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TechendoDan Gaileyhttp://hackendo.techendo.co/IoT and Wearables Hackathon Check out the awesome sponsors and judges! The focus is on building cool stuff with great people.
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43LayersTJ Rosstj@43layers.com99Designs for physical products
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Adori LabsNathan IyerDVR for Car Radio
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Aerovon.comJonathan Gottehrer, CEOJG@Aerovon.com***Screenless Earphone working 100% with Voice Recognition !!! ***
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Ahmed and RodolfoAhmed Abdelrahman/ Rodolfo Machadomabd@kth.seWe presnent a dvice will safe baby's lives if left/forgotten locked in a car.
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Angaza DesignJosh Milburnangazadesign.compay as you go hardware and software for energy products in emerging markets
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Archimedes Corp.Wenli Yuwenli.yu.md@gmail.comPUE buster for data centers, IT rooms, clean rooms and other similar cooling needed facilities
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AutodeskCurt ChanFusion360.autodesk.comCAD/CAM software
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Automatic LabsNick Lambournewww.automatic.comThe platform for the connected car
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BeatBotsMarek Michalowskihttp://beatbots.net/Interactive Robot To
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Benevolent Technologies for HealthAsa Hammondwww.thebethproject.comAdjustable low-cost prosthetics
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Berkeley Ultrasoundsterling CooleyMedical Ultrasound
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BiomemeMax Perelmanwww.bio-meme.comMobile DNA diagnostics on smartphone.
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Blossom CoffeeJeremyhttp://blossomcoffee.com/Wants to brew the perfect cup of coffee - Clover beware!
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Blue TopazEric KleinDeveloping Blue Topaz, the Bluetooth Earring Headset.
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Bolt MotorbikesNathan Jauvtis, Founder and Chief Scientistwww.boltmotorbikes.comIf Tesla and Applel had a lovechild with Honda, it would be a Bolt. Our mission is a uniquely attractive 100% electric motorbike for urban transport that is simple to operate, fun to ride, and desirable to own.
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BoombotixBen Radlerhttp://boombotix.comWireless portable speakers and mobile apps designed for life in motion.
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BoombotixGerard Royhttp://magicbeansinc.com/Bike seat that also holds 6 beers! Gerard also runs an incubator called Magic Beans
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Box CleverSerge Beaulieubxclvr.comIndustrial Design / Brand & Product Development
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CameraMatorUsman Rashidwww.cameramator.comWireless Tethered Photography for DSLRs and iPad/iPhone
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CellRobotJay Yangwww.cell-robot.comCELL ROBOT is a modular robot from the future. 100 robots in one!
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ChiMasterRoop Wadhwanigetchimaster.comHealth tracking and treatment pen based on Traditional Chinese Medicine
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CircuitHubJonathan Friedmancircuithub.com"The easiest way to design, fabricate, and share circuit boards"
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CirrusLEDS. David Rycynacirrusled.comModular LED Panels to make displays of any size at a low cost point.
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ClimeBart Zimnyhttp://www.climesense.comThe micro-sensor that automates your life
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ClinimetrixColby Boleswww.clinimetrix.comHigh resolution 3D surface imaging cameras for medical applications
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Coachman AirJason Parkjasonpark@coachmanair.comHardware User Interface for Interactive 'Smart' TVs, solving the failure of TV platform
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CODAME ART+TECHBruno Fonzihttp://codame.com/2013Bringing together independent artists, coders, game developers,
creators, performers and musicians celebrating Art and Technology
Looking for project/artists/volunteers/supporters interested in:
3D Printing, Tech Fashion, Data Visualization, Music and Gaming.
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Collaborate i/oKeith Suda-Cederquisthttp://collaborate.ioTelePresence for Engineers
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construction automationtony capassotonycapasso@outlook.com3d printing for construction
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CRASH SpaceNaim Busekhttp://crashspace.orgRedBull Creation LED Star and Disorient LED Pyramid
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CreoPopAndreas Birnikigg.me/at/CreoPopCreoPop (www.creopop.com) is the world’s first 3D pen with cool ink. In contrast to other 3D pens, there are no hot parts, no melting plastic and no unpleasant smell. Instead, CreoPop uses photopolymers that are solidified using UV light to let users create amazing 3D designs. Since no heating is required, CreoPop is safe in a home environment with children and pets around. The most innovative feature of CreoPop is the large selection of cool inks available including different colors, elastic ink, magnetic ink, glow-in-the-dark ink, temperature sensitive ink and body paint ink.
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Custom Power SolarJean WooCustompowersolar.comPortable custom and solar cell phone chargers foriPhone5, iPad,Samsung,and others
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DAMPSArt Federicodamps.comShock dampening boots for military and other applications
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Dash Robotics, Inc.Nick Kohutdashrobotics.comWe build high-performance, low-cost robots by bringing together technology, biology, and advanced manufacturing techniques. We want to make the world of robotics accessible and put robots in everyone's hands.
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Dev BootcampMelissa McCoydevbootcamp.com
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DivEyeMariusz Rokickihttp://www.diveye.comDiving case for your iPhone that lets you take video and even communicate underwater.
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ErogearAnders Nelsonwww.erogear.comWorld's highest resolution, lowest cost wearable video displays.
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Femtoduino.comConrad Wadeconrad@gtugsf.comThe Smallest Arduino, Femtoduino
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FitBitJames Parkwww.fitbit.comQuantified self products to help you learn to be more healthy.
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FitbitJason azghani Health and fitness wearables
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FoldiMateGal Rozov (@GalRozov)FoldiMate.comThe intelligent laundry folding robot!
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fotokitesergei lupashinsergeil@fotokite.comtethered flying camera for journalism
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GalagoKuy MainwaringLogiblock.comRapid prototyping with hardware you can ship
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greenstone
garrett kinsmangekinsman.blogspot.comturning smart phones into speakers, and other interactions in music .
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iBendBrandon Leveyhttp://www.myibend.com/iPhone/iPad accessories - demoed a bio-degradable prototype case
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iCarteJoseph Weiicarte.caNear Field Communication cases for iPhone
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inPulseEric Migicovskyhttp://www.getinpulse.com/Wrist watch with Hackable interface
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IntelclinicKamil
Adamczyk @kkadamcz
www.intelclinic.comSmartphone controlled, intelligent, brain wave activity measuring sleep mask.
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Inventor LabsGlenn Reidhttp://inventor-labs.comProduct Incubator for hardware ideas
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It's the entrance to the left of the main building entrance. They'll be a security desk, tell them you're going to the meetup group.
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ITDM - Wireless MultimeterAlan Xiaohttp://www.redfishinstruments.com/Wireless Multimeter for iOS devices
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JellyFish ArtAlex Andonjellyfishart.comBringing a tank of jellyfish to a room near you! Fun fact:
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JSTChris Schoensteinwww.jst.comManufacturer of many kinds of quality connectors
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JudicciAl Greig
Judicci.us
LEGO Surfboard Sculpture & next project
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KaossonomeAlex Randonhttp://alexander-randon.com/Handheld Music synth "Arpeggiator"
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LagoonEric EliasWater sensor
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LellanRichard Wimmerwww.lellan.comDigital Canvas, painting with photons
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LemnosLabsJeremy Conradwww.lemnoslabs.comThe "YCombinator for hardware"
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Lir ScientificJean Rintouljean@lirscientific.combiosensor wearable solution to incontinence
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Little RiotJoanna Montgomeryjoanna@littleriot.comPillow Talk: connecting couples in long distance relationships with their heartbeats.
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Livid InstrumentsPeter Nyboerhttp://www.lividinstruments.comLivid makes high quality MIDI contollers for music, video, and lighting. Among their products is the Builder series, which enables rapid building of custom MIDI controllers.
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LockitronPaul Gerhardthttps://lockitron.comScriptable, Internet connected door locks controlled from your phone.
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LUMObackAndrew Changwww.lumoback.comPosture and movement sensor.
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MachinaBioCarlo Quinonezcarlo@machina.bioCloud-enabled 3d-printable tools for bio-fabrication and -manufacturing.
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Made in SpaceLyra Levinmadeinspace.us3D printers to go to space
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MagicBeansBen EricksonMagicBeansinc.comIncubator for hardware products10/23: dead link
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MakerConCourtney Lentzhttp://makercon.comMakerCon is a conference by and for makers at the Oracle Conference Center in Redwood City, CA, on May 13-14. The maker movement is providing new insights into local and global manufacturing, design, workforce development, education, and even creative culture. MakerCon will provide valuable, practical insights into the impact of the maker movement on science, business, and technology. Reserve your spot at MakerCon TODAY! Use code MAKERS to save 50% off. Register at http://makercon.com/attend/http://makercon.com/attend/
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Marine LogisticsChris Fornof
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MicroViewMarcus Schappihttp://microview.ioLanding in SF on the 14th. The MicroView is the first chip-sized Arduino compatible that lets you see what your Arduino is thinking using a built-in OLED display.
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MightyCarmaSaurabh PalanMightyCarma.comOnly safe way to use Smartphones while Driving
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MoaiYoon Hoonyoon@moaidevices.comRoomba+GoPro for fishtank
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ModeoJonathan Gaullmodeo.coAn analytics solution for electric bikes.
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MomentumAlex Vardakostasmomentummachines.comHamburger making robot, Lemnos portfolio
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NASA Ames SpaceShopMatthew F Reyes
The NASA Ames SpaceShop is a government serving Fab Lab for aero- and spaceflight projects. We hope for the lab to serve as a nexus for Makers interested in developing spaceflight related hardware (and companies).
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Ninja Standing DeskDan McDonleyhttp://ninjastandingdesk.comPortable Collapsible Standing Desk
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Nod Anush Elangovannod.comPixle accurate gesture control device. Accurate handtracking for VR environments. Open API www.openspatial.net
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Nodal Security
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NoiseBridgeRolf WidenfeltNoiseBridge.netTold us about CircuitHacking Mondays at NoiseBridge in the Mission
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nTrayAlex Romanenkohttp://szCanBus.com, http://nTrayStore.comAndroid car's HI END head units with integrated SPDIF, CAN bus and capacitive screen for Chinese and global market.
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o2uAntona Zriashchevo2u.ioSmart home solution to make conventional ACs intelligent
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OpenFuelCellCarlos Urangaopenfuelcell.comopen source hydrogen fuel cell hacker kits
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OpenFuelCellCarlos Urangawww.openfuelcell.comWorld's first open-source hydrogen fuel cell hacker kit - Clean power for our connected devices/ robotics
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OpenPCRTito Jankowskiopenpcr.orgThe copy-machine for DNA - only $500
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Oru KayakAnton Willishttp://www.orukayak.com/A kayak that folds into a small travel suitcase. Fun fact: he uses packaging companies to make it - how cool is that !?!
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OYOglassesMichael Righioyoglasses.comCustom designed / fitted eyewear
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PetBotRomangetpetbot.compet for your pet
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Podnarover.comElaine Levin
All terrain 3 wheeled walker
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PowerDotFilipp Almakov. filipp@getpowerdot.com, http://getpowerdot.comPowerDot is the world's first connected & wearable electrical muscle stimulator operated from your mobile phone. PowerDot provides a solution for any active athlete who is looking for new ways to workout and recover their muscles.
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Product Realization GroupMike Keerwww.productrealizationgroup.comProduct Realization Services -- Enabling you to go from Idea to Scale!
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QuestionableShane Wrightwww.questionaball.comQuestionaball is an inflatable ball that encompasses the iPhone to allow a more physical type of interactive game play. Currently has an active Kickstarter (sorry indigogo). www.kickstarter.com - search for questionaball.
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re:charLuke Isemanhttp://re-char.comshop-in-a-box: container-based microfactories that will re-sexify manufacturing
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Rift ReconEric Michaudwww.riftrecon.comRFID Tools
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RoboRustem AkishbekovStartrobo.comRobo is a programmable robotics kit for kids of all ages
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Robo-tarKevin KrumwiedeWww.robo-tar.comRobotic guitar assistant plays chords while you strum or pick.
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Runway Incubator (4th Floor)
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Saleae - Logic AnalyzersMarkhttp://www.saleae.com/Logic and Logic16 - Available from SparkFun.com
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SculpteoMathilda Berchonhttp://blog.sculpteo.com/Looking for anyone doing cool things with 3D printing
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SeeControlAndy LeSavagewww.SeeControl.comConnect any Internet of Things Device to our Platform
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