Back to Meet the Makers

Analog computers!

Exhibit

Play with analog computers, experiment with chaos, and fly an analog lunar lander simulation.
Before digital computers, analog computers were the standard way to solve solve equations and perform simulations.


Android and PC Apps using IOIO

Exhibit

Interactive Android and PC projects using the open source IOIO Board


Animatronics for Halloween

Exhibit

Come see how Scary Halloween animatronic skulls and other animatronics are built and animated!


Art & Magic of Lightwire

Exhibit

we will be conducting a continuing workshop in how Light works, how to use it, and have demonstrations of finished projects as examples of el-wire decor.


Assorted Electronic Kits by Tx0Rx0

Exhibit

Open source hardware electronic kits designed for the maker in mind!


Aurora

Exhibit

Aurora is an opalescent willow with hand-beaten copper leaves that chime in the wind. At night, the tree comes alive with light, rotating through the spectrum of colors and providing spectacular illumination. It is a fairy tr


Aurora Light Graffiti

Exhibit

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".


Bay Area R2 Builders

Exhibit

The Bay Area R2 Builders are a group of hackers, makers, builders and above all, Star Wars fans who have built full size, fully functional R2D2s.


Blockly

Exhibit

A graphical programming environment. Create programs by snapping blocks together. Runs in any modern web browser and outputs as JavaScript, Arduino, Python, etc
Blockly is built by Google and is fully open source.


Board Assembly with the Electronics Factory Pick and Place Robot

Presenter

Walk through how to assemble an example surface mount circuit board with Tempo Automation's Electronics Factory, a desktop pick and place robot.


Building with Dog Tech

Exhibit

Modern technology used in mobile electronics is available to Makers to build and create. Devices such as the sensor equipped development tablet is an example of how makers can leverage modern technology.


CalSol, UC Berkeley Solar Vehicle Team

Exhibit

CalSol is a student run team at UC Berkeley that designs, builds, tests, and races fully solar-powered vehicles.n



Cogswell Engineering Society

Exhibit

We're a group of engineering students from Cogswell College in Sunnyvale showcasing some of our work this year.


Crazy Monkees

Exhibit

Crazy Monkees ! - The first game from Bayrocket Media soon to be for iOS,Android,Mac and the Web. Built with the help of the Gamesalad platform.


Creating in the Digital and Physical

Presenter

Abdulrahman will show how kids are engaging in diverse creative experiences while building digital-physical artifacts using Scratch (http://scratch.mit.edu) connected to sensors and motors, including a Scratch chain reaction!


Creative Commons

Exhibit

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.


Creepy Crawly Robots

Exhibit

Creepy Crawlies is a collection of robots each exploring a different mode of locomotion. Visitors can try out steering slithering snakes and creepy insects around the exhibit.


CyberDollhouse

Exhibit

This CyberDollhouse was made from an iMac G3 computer which we gutted and recreated as an interactive party pad for LEGO peeps and their pals.


David Neevel and the Email Guitar

Presenter

I'll demonstrate my Email Guitar and talk about it and other recent projects like the Oreo Separator.


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