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GLOBAL GEEK TOUR: Day two begins Bangalore, India

Posted on Thursday, October 25th, 2012 in #liveupdates, Global Geek by DP

Global Geek Tour Bangalore day two.  Assembly at NSK electronics.  Follow the pics live with our twitter feed, or wait for them to pop up on the blog.

More pics below the fold.

Ian in NSK Electronics at SP road

Testing boards at NSK electronics

Tested development boards

Gas sensors and ZigBee boards at NSK electronics

SP road market is much busier today

On the road, headed to our first stop

Piled into the Geeky Mystery Van and ready to go!

Arup wearing the classic binary joke T-shirt

Global geek tour Bangalore day two. Into the cartoon mystery bus

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2 Responses to “GLOBAL GEEK TOUR: Day two begins Bangalore, India”

  1. Murli says:

    That van with those funky graphics reminded me of the Mystery Machine Van from the Scooby Doo Cartoons!!

  2. Viral Sachde says:

    It was good to meet you guys here :)

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