The Engadget Show 46: Expand NY with LeVar Burton, Reggie Watts, Rachel Haot and more!


It's true, we're still beaming - which is saying a lot for a Monday morning coming off of little to no sleep. And while we'd have been slightly grumpy working through the weekend in nearly any other scenario, we just spent three days with 10,000 or so friends, colleagues and tech superstars, so we can't really complain too much. It's tough to pick a favorite moment from the inaugural Engadget Expand New York. Maybe it was watching LeVar Burton engage in a discussion with Timothy Jordan from the Google Glass team. It may well have been seeing Reggie Watts talk wearables with Pebble CEO Eric Migicovsky or witnessing Spike Lee get scanned with 3D Systems' new Sense handheld.

Granted, we've only done this twice, but we think we can safely say that something magical happens when you put a lot of smart, creative types in a room for a couple of days. Between the giant robotic leg, Raspberry Pi competition, 3D printers, Occulus Rifts and two days packed with all-star panels, it was heck of a weekend. We realize not everyone could join us, of course, so hopefully this latest episode of The Engadget Show will serve as some consolation. At the very least, you'll get to see a robotic snake and at least one editor riding around on an electric skateboard. Surely that's worth at least 11 minutes of your time. Oh, and stay tuned tomorrow, for yet another episode of the show from the floor of Expand!

Hosts: Brian Heater, Michael Gorman
Guests: LeVar Burton, Reggie Watts, Rachel Haot, Becky Stern and more!
Producer: Benjamin Ahr Harrison
Executive Producer: Brian Heater

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