Hack Manhattan hosted the MAKE Google + Hangout on Air Thursday night. Keith Ozar and Matthew Griffin brought in Cubify and Replicator printers to demo, along with sample powder printed objects and high-resolution models. Out of the 126 participating Maker communities, we got second place for number of RSVPs. Columbus won — who knew!
Representatives from 20 area learning communities and spaces, including Hack Manhattan, will be on hand in the Brooklyn Brewery Tasting Room on Wednesday, October 23rd, to present options for homeless 3rd Warders.