We’re planning to visit the United States again next month. Here’s our general schedule, hope can meet some of you among those events.
First, we’ll attend the Open Hardware Summit 2011 which will be held on September 15th at the New York Hall of Science. The Open Hardware Summit is the world’s first comprehensive conference on open hardware. It’s a venue to discuss and draw attention to the rapidly growing open source hardware movement. Speakers at the summit include world renowned leaders from industry, academia and the DIY community.
It’s our honor to participate such an event. Eric Pan, the founder of Seeed Studio, along with one of our most productive designers Ian Lesnet (Dangerous Prototypes) will give a talk in a breakout session on the general topic of Parts libraries and Manufacturing. You can have more detailed information about the summit and tickets here.
Another event we won’t be missed is Maker Faire New York! The party will be held on September 17th and 18th at the New York Hall of Science. But, you won’t be able to find a Seeed’s booth this time. We may stop by Dangerous Prototypes’s booth and place a flyer and contact information there. Then check around the place and interesting stuff, enjoy ourselves in the party. It will be our pleasure to meet you at Maker Faire New York! More information.
We also will visit the local hackerspace and some cool places. Here’s one of the most interesting one. A project created by The Windmill Factory that aims to bring back the night sky with reflecting the stars nearby the Hudson River. The project is an interactive light installation that will raise awareness and teach prevention techniques for light pollution. That’s really cool. Check out the video after the break.
Well, that’s our recent schedule. Looking forward to meet you at NYC!