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ADORI

Exhibit

ADORI is the DVR for Car Radio. It transforms the car radio listening experience by providing Play, Pause, Rewind features to the existing audio system in your car.


Amazing Science

Presenter

Amazing Science: Tornados, smoke rings and more. Watch 6 foot tall undulating dry ice fog tornados and learn how to build the apparatus. Watch 18 inch diameter smoke rings travel 30 feet or more.


Applied Kinetic Arts

Exhibit

Applied Kinetic Arts (A.K.A.) is a community of artists working within the medium loosely defined as "kinetic". Works incorporating motion, light, sound, and interactivity are represented by the group's membership


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.


BAGRS live steam group

Exhibit

The Bay Area Garden Railway live steam group runs garden gauge live steam engines on a portable track. These locomotives are scale versions of actual prototype locomotives and, in most cases, are completely built from scratch


Bandit Guns “Worlds first rubber band shotgun”

Exhibit

Bandit Guns - Worlds first rubber band shotgun kit that you can build yourself with 14 laser cut pieces of plywood stacked and held together with binding bolts (no glue). Also first rubber band gun with three modes of firing


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.


BioLite

Exhibit

BioLite develops and manufactures advanced energy products that make cooking with wood as
clean, safe, and easy as modern fuels while also providing electricity to charge small devices like
cell phones and LED lights off-grid. Headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, the company was founded in
2009 by Jonathan Cedar and Alec Drummond. Discover more about BioLite at biolitestove.com,
facebook.com/biolitestove and twitter.com/biolitestove


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


CCA Cross-Section

Exhibit

CCA Cross-Section: A group selection of exciting projects made recently at California College of the Arts.



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.


CuriOdyssey Mobile Museum

Exhibit

Visit CuriOdyssey's Mobile Museum to experiment hands-on with gears, gadgets, and mechanical science exhibits. Try out your maker skills by designing, creating, and testing your own wind-powered vehicle on our test track!


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.


Designing Circuit Boards with Open Source Software

Presenter

Ever wanted to build your own "professional" printed circuit boards? We will bootstrap you with the Open Source program "Kicad" and walk through the steps understand the software and have your boards manufactured.


DGM: The History of the Game Console Controller

Exhibit

The History of the Game Console Controller, from the Fairchild controller of 1976 up through today's motion controllers, plus a section dedicated to rhythm games like DDR. Experience gaming as it used to be played!


DIY CNC Kits for all levels of skills and budgets

Exhibit

Display of MyDIYCNC CNC machines performing tasks such as PCB track isolation milling, parts fabrication and lithopane milling. Launch of my new intelligent USB CNC interface for PC, Mac and Linux platforms. Display CNC kits.


DIY Toys

Exhibit

We make simple toys and gadgets for all ages. We also hand out instruction manuels because anyone can be a maker!


Fireflies by Humble Earth

Exhibit

Imagine your back yard lighting up with fireflies at dusk. Hung freely from the fence, trellis, bushes, and trees, these tiny solar-powered fireflies enchantingly mimic their natural counterparts.


FlipBooKit: The Story Behind the Magic Box

Presenter

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.


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