One of the highlights of my last visit to CES was checking out Eureka Park. According the the show organizers, it’s a section of the convention dedicated to “new companies looking to gain footing in the consumer electronics industry.” It’s a great place to spot makers who are ready to take their project and turn it into a product. While exploring the booths in Eureka Park, I spotted the Maker Faire Editor’s Choice Ribbon hanging at MYBELL‘s booth.
I had the chance to talk to Peter Pottier, CEO and founder of MYBELL, about his experience going from napkin sketch to CES. Not only did MYBELL get an Editor’s Choice Ribbon at World Maker Faire New York, but they were also finalists in New York’s Next Top Makers and Engadget’s Insert Coin competition. Check out the video above for the interview.
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