If you attended the most recent Maker Faire Bay Area you might have encountered the 7’5″ tall functional replica PocketC.H.I.P. in Expo Hall. And if you’ve ever attended any Maker Faire you know that buttons and interactive elements of any project will be user-tested by button-mashing kids and adults alike! In the end the build was a success and Next Thing Co. documented their process on their blog.
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