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Adafruit has been producing videos for almost a decade. They’re educational, informative and have a large community & audience. Our YouTube channel trailer gives an overview, and all shows can be viewed at adafruit.com/shows and youtube.com/adafruit. Adafruit was awarded a YouTube Silver Play Button for reaching over 100,000 subscribers.
- 20.3 million video views
- 138K subscribers
- 1.8 million minutes watched per month
- On Periscope Adafruit averages 300+ views per broadcast
Our longest running show is ASK AN ENGINEER, it started when Ladyada plugged in a free web camera while she did the kitting and Phil did the shipping in their living room. Viewers could ask engineering questions and the show was born– they’ve since done ASK AN ENGINEER for the last 6 years. It’s longest running live electronics show in the world (that we know of). There are guests, engineers, new products, live Q&A and more, broadcast each Wednesday at 8pm ET on YouTube Live and Ustream. Behind the scenes looks are broadcast on Periscope.
6.3 million minutes watched
472k video views
32k playlist views
SHOW AND TELL is our live video show over Google+ Hangouts, we’ve done this show for 4 consecutive years each Wednesday at 7:30pm ET. Makers from around the world join the video chat and share their projects, retro tech, hackerspaces and creations with Ladyada & the Adafruit team. From kids to adults, anyone is welcome to share their projects with the world.
2.7 million minutes watched
465k video views
26k playlist views
Wearable Electronics with Becky Stern – Each Wednesday at 2pm, Becky Stern and friends cover wearable electronics news, projects, techniques, materials, viewer questions and more in this 30 minute YouTube Live broadcast.
2.4 million minutes watched
276k video views
13k playlist views
Wearables Electronics on Wednesdays – Every Wednesday is #WearableWednesday at Adafruit, when we publish a new original project featuring our wearable Arduino-compatible platforms, FLORA and GEMMA, as well as other electronics projects to make and wear using conductive textiles and craft techniques.
7 million minutes watched
4.4 million video views
150k playlist views
3D Hangouts with Noe and Pedro Ruiz – This 30 minute show with Noe & Pedro Ruiz covers 3D printing news, projects, design tutorials, shop talk, software techniques, workflows, viewer questions and more each Thursday.
1.3 million minutes watched
208k video views
10k playlist views
3D Printing on Thursdays – Every Thursday is #3DThursday at Adafruit, when we publish a new project using 3D printing and DIY electronics. Get inspired to use 3D printing in your projects and find out how to design things using CAD software. Learn to print enclosures, cosplay elements, camera mods, and much more from Noe Ruiz and Pedro Ruiz.
4.2 million minutes watched
2.8 million video views
113k playlist views
Collin’s Lab – Collin explores the vast realm of modern electronics and repeatedly discovers why it is so awesome on so many levels. Become quickly acquainted with a variety of technologies and the forces that make them work – from electromagnetic energy to integrated circuits to soldering and beyond. Black tie optional.
2.5 million minutes watched
776k video views
59k playlist views
Circuit Playground – Travel along with Adabot, a curious robot who loves to learn, and discover new things about electronics in every episode. See electrons move, capacitors charge, and resistors resist – all from A to Z! Circuit Playground has puppets and historical characters from the past to help kids and adults learn electronics– it’s been called “Sesame Street 2.0” for the next generation of kids learning technology.
767k minutes watched
309k video views
31k playlist views
Join us every Wednesday night at 8pm ET for Ask an Engineer!
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