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Business cards at Maker Faire

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[John Park] has managed to snag a couple interesting business cards at Maker Faire. The first is Adafruit’s laser cut Spirograph card. The other is a ATtiny 2313 prototyping board from Evil Mad Science; it looks to be the same style as their well-known AVR target board. We’ve also heard rumors that [Jérôme Demers] has bunch of resistor bending cards.

For more business card nonsense, check out: [Goodspeed]‘s smart card emulator, [Mayer]‘s embedded gears, and our web server business card.

Comments

  1. 36Chambers says:

    I didnt see either of those, wish I would have grabbed em. Where were those booths located? I was there open to close, and I feel like I saw 85% of everything. So much fun!

  2. strider_mt2k says:

    so cool

  3. Alan Parekh says:

    Very cool but they must be very expensive to make. I don’t think that would be someones real business card but rather the one you only give out on special occasions.

  4. Jerrem says:

    Ive always liked the idea of useful/ weird/ electronic business cards, but gee they must be expensive to make. so cool, add some useful circuit and a solar panel and these things could take over the WORLD! well not quite.

  5. Jérôme Demers says:

    It is not a rumor, I have a resistor bending buiness card :)

    I will post a video of my resistor bender soon!

  6. M@ says:

    You know, laser cutting can be cheap if you know where to go. I do all my stuff @ TechShop, so it’s pretty cheap in contrast to having it sent out. I was actually handing out these ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/21138021@n06/3443393175/ ) at the Faire.

  7. M@ says:

    Hrm… scratch that link. Seems hackaday filters to all lower case. That’s a link breaker, that is.

    Anyway, I’m referring to these ( http://sinbox.org/?p=30 )

  8. anna says:

    now thats tight. looks like a stick of ram

    –Anna Bananna
    ΩCustom Business Cards

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