World's first 3D printed, Lasercut, Open Source Arduino compatible Xbox Laptop that you can buy fully assembled or in DIY kit form.
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 will be providing the space and resources for kids to create their own Cardboard Village, and documenting the entire process with time lapse video.
Creations: n- Interactive stomp pad, near real time computer vision on 1920 LEDs displayn-"Robotron Reincarnation" a classic 1980s video game faithfully rebor
surface mount soldering zinen- Honeybee Countingn- LED ART
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.
Flowu202226 is a life-size version of the mobile app Flow Free. Instead of connecting circles using your finger, people will be walking on tiles that will light up. The game board is an interactive platform that reacts to steps.
Holistic Hooping offers their Flow Zone once again! Along with hand-crafted hoops and other flow tools for your use, you can watch them make your hoop and learn how to hoopdance all in one place- fun for the whole family!
HBRC members have a range of expertise in robotics that includes beginners, experienced amateurs and professionals. If you have an interest in the field of robotics, please join us.
The Tech, Lawrence Hall of Science, and Exploratorium share on hosting Open Makes. They'll focus on hosting Makes leading up to Maker Faire, the benefits to your organization, your guests, local Makers, and the world!
Create your own mathematical art object using the ITSPHUN geometric construction system: a funny hat or a rhombicosidodecahedron, a colorful flower or a space-filling honeycomb of gyrobifastigiums, or anything in between.
The natural world is mysteriously mimicked in this series of kinetic sculptures. Simple electronic components animate paper insects trapped inside of bottles and jars.
Kinetic Creatures are walking cardboard animal kits. The co-founders Alyssa & Lucas Ainsworth developed their project over 4 years with a goal to make complex mechanics simple to build, while encouraging hands-on making.
Invented and built by two long time friends, award winning designers, and creative conspirators, KOOBA is a labor of love and fun example of how inventors and makers of all ages can realize their vision.
Let's play KOOBA!