We set up PhotoBot for Halloween! If you came by our house to trick or treat and took a photo, click here to view and download.
Trick-or-treat time: 5:30pm – 9:30pm
# of photos printed: 90
pieces of candy passed out: 400
Check out the robot Donald built for our yard. His eyes lights up with blue light.
We won! Thanks to amazing teamwork this weekend, we walked away from the hackathon smarter, more experienced, dirtier, and as champions! We were also showered in iPad Minis and hundreds of free gigabytes of cloud storage. Thank you so much Dropbox!!
Our plans for a Kickstarter campaign are well under way. Keep an eye out for announcements in the weeks to come.
Having fun with the Dropbox guys and Photo Bot, thank you Dropbox!!
We finished giving our pitch on stage (and on a live online feed) to thousands of fellow developers and designers, as well as the media, judges, and the general public. Rick did an excellent job describing the appeal of the Photo Bot in under 60 seconds while Sophie demo’d the app on stage.
Watch our demo here.
Here’s the collage taken from the stage:
We’re showcasing a PhotoBot app at the Techcrunch Hackathon. We developed an Android app that functions the same way that our previous PhotoBot did. It is mobile, inexpensive to set up, and easy to use. After 24 hours straight of coding, building a physical photobooth, graphic design, learning about the Dropbox API, and figuring out how to print wirelessly we had a functioning app!
People love photobooths, but it sucks to set one up. Either you waste a lot of time building a Frankenstein booth that breaks halfway through the party, or you pay thousands of dollars for a one-time photobooth rental that still breaks halfway through the party. PhotoBot will change that, providing high convenience and quality at a low cost. We’ve developed a simple Android app that allows the Admin to select custom green screen backgrounds to create a truly unique experience for the User. Now everyone can enjoy their own photobooth!
See here for details: PhotoBot: How it works
Sorry for the delay! The Photobot captures from Maker Faire are posted on Dropbox follow the link here!
Your reference ID is printed on your photo. Just hit Ctrl+F and search for your reference ID once you follow the Dropbox link to find your set of captures. Here are some of our favorites:
Maker Faire was amazing and exhausting at the same time. We worked at our booth in the Expo Hall the whole day, and ended up handing out more than 3,000 business cards for the D.Bug Model Kits!! Lots of people loved the D.Bugs and some even wanted to buy the apron (if you are one of them, contact us!). Here are some pictures from both days.
6:30 AM arrival on the first day. Got a great parking spot, woohoo!
Here’s our booth before the crowd arrived in the morning.
Sean and Melisa pose with the robot masks!
We demonstrated how the Cookie Bot works.
Photo Bot was also a big hit! “4…3…2…1…Excellent!”
We even received Maker Faire Editor’s Choice award!
Stayed tuned for a post on the most amusing Photo Bot pictures.