Tonight we’re wrapping up Getting Started with Intel Galileo Maker Sessions with a “show-and-tell” Hangout On Air. Over the last three weeks, 40 teams of makers have been exploring Intel’s new Arduino-compatible platform with free kits that include the Galileo development board, various prototyping components, and a digital copy of Getting Started with Intel Galileo. During tonight’s hangout, we’ll get a chance to see the projects that the teams have been working on and hear about what they’ve learned through the process.
We’ll also be joined by Molmol, a master maker. Molmol documents stories with new media, moving images, robotics, kinetics and interactive sculptures. Currently, she is making projects with sensors and electronics, focusing on building sculptures and interactive objects that tell stories—or give good stories to tell.
The show-and-tell starts at 9pm ET / 6pm PT tonight, Thursday, April 3rd on Google+. We’ll also update this very page with a video stream once we go live.
If you missed the first two Hangouts, you can catch them on YouTube. If you’re not an officially registered team, we still invite you to join our Hangout and become a member of the Google+ community, where we have over 600 makers who are interested in all things related to Galileo. And even though we’re wrapping up the Hangouts On Air, we encourage you to continue using the Google+ community to connect with other makers.
I’m looking forward to seeing what you’ve been working on!