It’s been a week since Propeller Fest brought a wealth of tech entrepreneurial ideas and thousands of startup founders and other folks to Hoboken to network, play, listen to tech entrepreneurship talks, experience innovation and hear some great music.
NJTechWeekly spent the day listening to some talks, walking around, talking to people, and taking pictures. Today we bring you the final installment of our photo essay about Propeller.
We had some freelancers out on the prowl and they had a very different experience than we did. In fact, it’s safe to say, that no two people experienced Propeller in the same way. Here are some of our memories of that truly inspiring day. Our first Propeller photo essay was published here.
Bell Labs CEO Marcus Weldon talked about how innovation at large companies is similar to innovation at startups. | Esther Surden
At the Phone.com booth, attendees had a chance to "pitch" the old fashioned way! | Esther Surden
People mobbed the drone area at Propeller, where they could learn about drones and also watch them fly. | Esther Surden
The Audible booth was very busy during the day. | Esther Surden
Newark Venture Partners talks about its new accelerator and its first investment at Propeller. | Esther Surden
The ever-exuberant James Altucher talks about writing down 10 great ideas each day. | Esther Surden
Aaron Price congratulating the winner of the drone race. | Esther Surden
Ily, a video phone that connects the generations, won the startup pitch competition. | Esther Surden
Beatie Wolfe and Nokia Bell Labs demonstrate how audience movement can create a digital tapestry. | Genesis Media