Hardware is the new hotness. This has been true for some years now: but today, the acorns planted by Arduino, TechShop, Kickstarter, lean prototyping, etc., are finally beginning to sprout into oaks. The best thing about this year’s Disrupt SF conference was that its Startup Alley boasted far fewer sugar-water SoLoMo apps…and many more nifty hardware start-ups.
On stage, PCH’s Liam Casey described ‘a “renaissance in prototyping” that makes creating hardware prototypes almost as easy as sewing fabric into garments.’ The results were readily apparent:
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