MAKE: Tokyo Meeting has had its 6th incarnation last weekend and InMojo was there in force. Special thanks to Shigeru Kobayashi (@kotobuki) for including us at the Make:r Maker booth (www.maker-maker.org). We were in the great company of Breadboard Band, 4nchor and 1a6.
MAKE: Tokyo Meeting started on Saturday noon and managed to pack more participants into a smaller venue than last year’s already crowded event. As usual, there was an impressive spread of maker culture and OSHW projects and Hackerspace goodness. We particularly liked Makerbot Industries' geektastic Cupcake CNCs, the open source MIDI controllers, open source game controllers, and especially the open source humanoid robots - metal versions of Bioloid and the Bioloid itself.
Thanks to everyone who came to our presentation on Sunday. We hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did!
Based on the early feedback we got since the beta launch and from everyone at MAKE, we've decided to focus of 2 new features:
- Making our group fabrication process more accessible
- Added multilingual InMojo manuals explaining how to use the site (starting with Japanese)
We hope you enjoy the new features! As always, let us know what you think.
InMojo supports the Open Source Hardware Definition v1.0