Fuzzwich and Techshop at Demo party

Went to a Demo networking event last week

In 1991, Stewart Alsop changed the technology conference circuit by instituting a new event with new rules: DEMO would be about the products; would require timed, live demonstrations; and would not allow PowerPoint presentations. These rules still stand. Startups communicate the power and value of emerging technologies on stage in a short 360 second.

Two of companies at that event:

Fuzzwich.com who make animation simpler. An example that I created in a few mintues is below.

Techshop is an open access public workshop with rapid prototyping machines and many other tools Techshop membership costs $100-125/month. They have classes where you can learn how to use the equipment to start making inventions.

TechShop Menlo Park / HQ is located at 120 Independence Dr, Menlo Park, California, just to the east of 101 near Marsh Road on the San Francisco peninsula.

Every demo 2007 startup ranked by thedeal.com

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If you are using liquid ink, then its the ink/paper interaction that is the hard limiting factor. All that water needs to go somewhere, if you layer it on the paper to fast the paper will wrinkle.