Helping Through Making: Not Impossible @Maker Faire 2014

A panel on "Technology for the Sake of Humanity," conversations with robotic prostheses wearers, and loads and loads of conversations with others who believe technology is a science best served with a dose of humanity. Check out our album from Day 1!
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A panel on "Technology for the Sake of Humanity," conversations with robotic prostheses wearers, and loads and loads of conversations with others who believe technology is a science best served with a dose of humanity. Check out our album from Day 1!

Not Impossible's team descended on Maker Faire Bay Area 2014 with some killer giveaways of Eyewriter and Project Daniel posters, a helpful little tool-kit, and pages of sign-up sheets for our #NotImpossibleTuesdays newsletter.

In just a day we had close to a thousand people stop by to talk about what we're up to and be introduced to why we do what we do. They ranged in age from 6 - 86: Engineers, programmers, designers and drone-pilots. Every association made, every skilled maker met, is another potential collaborator.

With more than a half dozen Not Impossible Labs projects on the go, we're looking forward to putting our new friends onto new hangouts with other like-minded legends, helping us help many, all... over... the... world.