I got word last week from Kevin Gunn and the rest of the selection committee that my application for a booth at the Raleigh Maker Faire was accepted. So come out to the NC State Fairgrounds on June 16th and see me and a bunch of other (more) interesting people!
I plan to have a few exhibits that demonstrate the use of FPGAs. While I'll be using my XuLA board product for these, my main purpose is education and outreach to the Maker community around here. So I won't be selling anything at the Faire. (Since I'm just one guy, I wouldn't have the time to hawk my stuff, anyway.)
Like any good engineer, I'm making a plan for all this. I'm even using SketchUp to model how my stuff will fit into the 10 x 10 area I've been alloted. From last year, I know the aisles between the booths get pretty crowded, so I'm trying to find an arrangement that lets people spend some time with my exhibits without blocking traffic. There's a snapshot of my current setup below, complete with an audience (although that girl in the sweater keeps turning her back on me)!
So if you have a few hours to kill on Saturday, June 16th, come on out to the Raleigh Maker Faire and see me!