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3-D Photography, do it yourself

Exhibit

See demos of 3-D photography on several different display types, learn how to make 3-D photos, even with a 2-D camera.


3-DIY: Do-It-Yourself Stereoscopic 3-D

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Homebrew stereoscopic cameras and displays (as seen in Make: 14), including live 3-D video; a new updated version of the moving phantogram; and the latest 3-D music videos made for the band OK Go.


3D Scanning

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3D printing has been around since the 1970's, but it's changed a lot recently. Printers are cheaper, easier to use, and more accurate than ever. 3D imaging is next and is about to make a big splash for makers and others.


Art & Storytelling through 3D Printing with Kids

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What happens when you introduce a 3D printer to a room of 8-year-olds and ask them to create? Enjoy stories from the front lines as told by a team that is working to bring this technology into schools around the world.


Aurora Light Graffiti

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As Aurora Light Painters (NBC's America's Got Talent Quarter Finals) we invented a way to do live light painting so everyone can see the image as it forms. Attendees can use light toys as "paint brushes" on an "air canvas".


Auto tripod

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A computer controlled tripod mount.




Caine’s Arcade: From a Movie to a Movement

Presenter

The phenomenal story of how "Caine's Arcade" - a viral short film about a 9 year old boy's DIY cardboard arcade - launched a global movement of cardboard creativity in kids & classrooms around the world.


Casey Chin: DIY Film Gear

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Having the right film gear is often the difference between an amateur video and a polished looking film. Casey Chin will share some techniques for making your own gear on a budget while still delivering professional shots.


Channelled Alien Mechanicals

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Channelled Alien mechanical sculptures. All parts made by hand- They respond to human touch by changing shape, size, etc.



Creative Commons

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Creative Commons is the legal and technological protocol that creative people can use to share their work with each other. Creative Commons licenses make it easy for creators to adapt and build on each other's ideas.


DIY Cardboard Village

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DIY will be providing the space and resources for kids to create their own Cardboard Village, and documenting the entire process with time lapse video.


Drone Dudes: Aerial Cinematography with Robots

Presenter

Based in Los Angeles, Drone Dudes is a unique collective of filmmakers, designers and flying robots. Specializing in live HD broadcasting and photographic/video capture via Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). The have years of aerial experience behind the lens, featuring a strong cinema based background. They fly a range of HD cameras from lightweight GoPro's to a RED Epic or even a Phantom Miro! u200bListen to Andrew Petersen and Jeffrey Blank talk about the tools of their trade and watch them fly some of their drones.


Drone Dudes: Flying Robots & Filmmakers

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Drone Dudes will be at the 2013 Maker Faire showcasing our feature aerial machine, the Octocopter. Stop by to meet the team and see the beast in action.


FarmShorts: Films, Farms and Food + Filmmaker Q&A

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FarmShorts: Films, Farms and Food - short videos from the heart of the local food movement.


Fixperts

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Makers are some of the most creative people in the world. What if we could pair them up and harness their creativity for the benefit of others in need? Fixperts is an open knowledge sharing platform that invites designers and makers to help someone they don't know with a day-to-day problem.


FlipBooKit: The Story Behind the Magic Box

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The story behind FlipBooKit. Arduino controlled Mechanical Flip Book art that germinated in a hackerspace, became a Makerfaire hit that launched into a Kickstarter hit and business. As told my the Makers.


FrisbeeCam

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Have you ever wondered what the world looks like from the perspective of a frisbee? Find out how we built a FrisbeeCam and what we learned from the prototyping process.


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