Last weekend we were in Taipei to have our first debut for Maker faire Taipei. With more than 50,000 participants, maker education was the major focus of this event, hundreds of schools and universities joined and showed off their ideas and projects during the weekend. We thank you all for visiting our booth and express your support to SeeedStudio community!
Maker Faire Taipei was held at National Taiwan Science Education Center, 300 booths with maker from all cities in Taiwan got together and celebrated the innovation and the creativeness.
The Taiwan office of Seeed Studio and the team showcased the recent collaborations with designers in Taiwan. Eric Pan, the founder of Seeed, pointed out that designers in Taiwan has potential to build creative products with beautiful design, and Seeed is willing to help designers with production and promotion, to bring their ideas to the global market.
On Sunday, Eric gave a speech for the forum and suggested Taiwanese makers should be proud that making in Taiwan already became a lifestyle, and Seeed is hoping to work with more makers and designers in Taiwan to grow the difference.
During the weekend, makers, designers, kids and parents, and many more visited the Seeed Studio Booth to see the new new products: Wio Link and Re-phone, explore Pet feeder project using Wio Link and chat with the SeeedStudio Taiwan team.
You can see the products of Seeed everywhere in Maker Faire Taipei, such as PM 2.5 detection project with Linkitone board with Grove sensors. ARM also showcased Seeed’s products. What’s more, winners from Intel Roadshow were here, with their projects made by Edison and Grove.
Last but not least, two designers who work closely with Seeed Taiwan Branch, have come out with some pretty impressive projects for kids. Both projects caught the eyes from kids and received the positive feedback from the parents.
A huge thanks to everyone who came by the booth to say hi and check out our inventions! We met a ton of amazing creators, took a lot of photos, and had an all-around great, geeky time! Hopefully to see you again in the future!