The Energia project was showcased in more projects as makers begin to adopt it as an easy way to get started with TI LaunchPads. UC Berkeley students used Energia to create some very interesting interactive platforms – a stringless harp that used optical sensing to play the intstrument, and an interactive surface that detects shadows. PicassoBot was also at the Maker Faire to launch their kickstarter.
At the TI booth, Energia was heavily showcased. Makers could get their hands on Energia stickers and shirts.
It was a great event and we can’t wait to see more at NY Maker Faire in September.