Super early bird tickets to Teardown 2019 are now available and the call for proposals is open. If you had fun last year or you wish you had been there, now is the best time to jump in. Read the full update.
As 2019 rolls on, we look wistfully back at 2018 and see Teardown as the highlight of the year gone by. That's all well and good, but we're not much for ruminating on the past - we'd much rather look to the future with anticipation, so we hope to see you at Teardown 2019! Read the full update.
Between the talks, workshops, presentations, demos, and installations at Teardown 2018, there was a lot of intense information to absorb at once. Luckily, we were able to record some of the speakers doing their thing so attendees could reflect back and those who weren't able to come physically are still able to participate. Read the full update.
Whew, Teardown 2018 is over! Over 150 attendees from ten states and three countries were treated to a whirlwind of talks, workshops, presentations, and demos of all manner of unique, amazing, beautiful hardware projects, from art works to industry-changing technology. Read the full update.
The Kraxberger Gearheads will turn your electronic waste into sumo robots and cold, hard cash for a middle school robotics club. Read the full update.
The official rule book of Hebocon robot sumo-wrestling competition. Read the full update.
Dope beats, perfect purple PCBs, and last call for early bird passes and proposals. Read the full update.
It's fitting that our first announcement of a Teardown speaker is Andrew "bunnie" Huang. Read the full update.
Super early bird passes will be available until midnight tonight (Pacific Time), so if you know you're coming to Teardown, now's the time to grab a pass for cheap. Read the full update.