The 12th Annual Interactive Show: Cursed Technology Shop

A short vid to give ya an idea of the excellent vibes from the NYC Resistor 12th Annual Interactive Show: Cursed Technology Shop

NYC Resistor’s Interactive Show returned for its 12th iteration. The annual party and fundraiser invited hackers from around the region to show off their cool interactive projects with free beats and beverages provided. This year’s theme is Cursed Technology Shop. The bots have been cooped up too long, it was time to let their chaos reign. Music was provided by DJ Smokey.

Participating artists:
Adnan Aga, Blake Andrews, Demetris Charalambous, Frank DeMarco, Guy Dupont, Chris Fenton, GRNCH, Vesper Guo, Kelly Heaton, Hannah House, Takafumi Ide, Daniel Ryan Johnston, Sophi Kravitz, Adelle Lin, Kari Love, AJ McGuire, Jorvon Moss, Erik Nauman, Emmett Palaima, Matt Pinner, Vanessa Rosa, Michael C Seri, Jonathan Sims, Cari Ann Shim Sham, Amitabh Shrivastava, Jonathan Sims, Becky Stern, Karsen Tengan, Addison Worthington, Xinyue Wu, Runqi Zhou.

The NYC Resistor blog is excellently curated by Becky Stern and has links, photos, detailed information about the artists and more. You can also follow along on Instagram & Twitter.

NYC Resistor is a hacker collective with a shared space located in downtown Brooklyn. They meet regularly to share knowledge, hack on projects together, and build community.

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