Alice Taylor will talk about the challenges and opportunities of using 3D printing and other nu-manufacturing techniques to produce consumer-facing retail products, using Makies(R) as a live example.
ALL Power Labs focuses on small-scale gasification. We make biomass gasifiers that are ready for everyday use, to serve real world distributed energy needs.
Aquaponics is a hybrid of Aquaculture and Hydroponics. Come learn the fundamentals, including component functions, hardware, materials, and species selection, with a focus on regionally appropriate design.
ArribaCycle is a collective of Latino parents from Oakland. They transform throwaway plastic, ArribaCycle is a program of All Ah We/All of Us and is based on the vision of "woman-made, living wage, and sustainable."
A quiet chill-out meditative and art-making space especially for introverts and the over-stimulated. Stop by to reserve your 25-minute spot to make a collage or just sit, reflect, & breathe. Garment art on view, too!
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
The BootstrapSolar Chi-qoo is an Open Source battery-backed solar power supply, capable of charging/powering devices like smart phones, Arduino or Raspbery Pi projects, or mini-robot armies.
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.
Camp Couture will present the Recycled Collection 2013 - A fashion/runway exhibition where all the garments have been up-cycled to create a sustainable collection. Be prepared to be awed!
CCA Cross-Section: A group selection of exciting projects made recently at California College of the Arts.
I make solar dyed yarns and fibers using homegrown solar ovens, built from recycled materials. This process is low immersion, using less water than other dye processes, and is done completely outside in nature.