iQ by Intel in partnership with PSFK highlight some of the expert opinions featured in the recently re-released Maker’s Manual 2015

From Boston to Seattle, hackers, tinkerers, enthusiasts, self-learners and entrepreneurs of all ages and abilities are applying a ‘hands-on’ approach to constructing the world around them. Leveraging a confluence of digital and analog toolsets, makers are deftly handling both styluses and soldering irons to take their concepts from idea to prototype to market reality.

Below we highlight 10 of America’s greatest makers, featured in the 2015 update of PSFK's Maker's Manual, who are pushing the boundaries in their respective fields, with implications for makers everywhere.  We wanted to get their thoughts on the current landscape of making, and on what we have to look forward to in the future:

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