• Supplyframe DesignLab : Hackaday Prize 2019

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    The Hackaday Prize is officially back. Our 6th-annual #hardware #product #design #contest offering #engineers, #designers, #startups and #hackers the chance to win $125,000 to launch their product

    https://prize.supplyframe.com/ #HackadayPrize2019

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      • 1 week ago
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    • Kate McAndrew - Obsessed with the problem - Duration: 5 minutes, 1 second.

      • 1 week ago
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    • Hackaday Prize 2019 - Duration: 43 seconds.

      • 1 week ago
      Supplyframe is challenging #designers, #engineers, and #startups to enter products at any stage of development to the 2019 Hackaday Prize. Top projects will be reviewed by a jury of professionals a...
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      • 2 weeks ago
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    • Sophi Kravitz - Taking the Prize to the next level - Duration: 5 minutes, 15 seconds.

      • 2 weeks ago
      Hackaday Director of Product, Sophi Kravitz tells us about the evolution of the Hackaday Prize and how #hackers are evolving into #product designers and founders.
    • Aleksandar Bradic - Why the Prize continues - Duration: 5 minutes, 8 seconds.

      • 2 weeks ago
      Alek Bradic, Supplyframe CTO, explains why the prize is still here six years after its inception.
      Enter Now - https://prize.supplyframe.com/
    • Brian Benchoff - Creating for more than yourself - Duration: 7 minutes, 50 seconds.

      • 2 weeks ago
      Hackaday writer, Brian Benchoff explains why creating for more than yourself is a necessary part of this year's #HackadayPrize.

      Enter Now - https://prize.supplyframe.com/
    • Ji Ke - What to look for in a hardware startup - Duration: 5 minutes, 55 seconds.

      • 2 weeks ago
      Program Director of HAX #Shenzhen, Ji Ke explains what they look for in a #hardware #startup and how platforms like #Kickstarter and #Hackaday.io can empower creators.
    • Hackaday Prize 2019 : Guide to the Prize - Duration: 3 minutes, 46 seconds.

      • 2 weeks ago
      The Hackaday Prize is officially back. Our 6th-annual #hardware #product #design #contest offering #engineers, #designers, #startups and #hackers the chance to win $125,000 to launch their product
    • Supplyframe DesignLab : Hackaday Prize 2019 - Duration: 66 seconds.

      • 2 weeks ago
      The Hackaday Prize is officially back. Our 6th-annual #hardware #product #design #contest offering #engineers, #designers, #startups and #hackers the chance to win $125,000 to launch their product
    • 1986 Commodore 64C: Regular Computer Reviews - Duration: 11 minutes.

      • 2 weeks ago
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    • Cellphone Screen Repair in the Shenzhen Markets of Huaqiangbei - Duration: 11 minutes.

      • 3 weeks ago
      On a recent visit to Shenzhen, China, Hackaday Editor Mike Szczys got to watch (and record) the process of replacing the glass on a broken cellphone screen. This goes far beyond a part swap, to del...
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      • 7 years ago
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