Mind-controlled music and light installation NeuroDisco translates internal thoughts and emotions measured with EEG to a sensory feast, as brain waves of the EEGJ make a 7-ft tall neuron glow and an audio soundtrack evolve.
We make things not impossible. And now you can, too. Not Impossible Labs is a global web-based community of people who pool knowledge and resources to create real-life low-cost, open-source DIY & tech solutions to help others.
The half hour Nourish film provides a big-picture view of our food system and reveals the many ways that food connects to our environment, our health, and our communities. Nourish offers specific steps that individuals and groups can take to create a sustainable food future, from personal action steps to a more global perspective. Hosted and narrated by Cameron Diaz. Featuring Michael Pollan, Anna Lappu, Bryant Terry, Dr. Nadine Burke, Jamie Oliver, and Alice Waters.
Reincarnations Lounge Chairs - Papasan chairs hacked with specialized electronics. These chairs are "human sensitive" and are capable of measuring biopotentials (such as ECG) and transmitting to similar chairs.
A 30 mph, 30 mile range, 1 hour recharging, 1000+ MPGe electric recumbent tadpole cargo trike compatible with XtraCycle equipment and accessories. All Shimano 27-speed components and grip shifters. No pedaling necessary.
Ponga rediscovers the art of Show & Tell! You put love into everything you make, now you can share what you love about your Maker project with the world. Show Ponga what you've made and together we'll tell the world.
Swap-O-Rama-Rama is the world's largest clothing swap with a series of do-it-yourself textile/accessory workshops guided by local designers.
A special screening of the feature documentary of SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL, the latest documentary by filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia. SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL explores the evolution and importance of soil in today's world.
A presentation The Good Life Lab, a modern manual for a post-consumer life Tremayne and Mikey Sklar tell the story of ditching their careers in NYC to make, build, invent, forage and grow everything they need to live.
How do you explain why working openly is important to people who have no idea what "open source software" is? You tell the story of transparency, collaboration, and rapid prototyping through the broad language of pop culture.
We built a portable human echolocation prototype, The Sonic Eye. It allows humans to navigate using ultrasonic chirps just like bats do. Visitors can wear The Sonic Eye or watch/listen to streaming video from it.
The Thenagain Bomber is a 4 person pedal car that was made both for the Handcar Regatta in Santa Rosa, CA and for fun outings to the local pub!
Wendy Tremayne along with partner Mikey Sklar present Wendy's new book The Good Life Lab and tell how they dumped their careers and high-pressure life in New York City to move to rural New Mexico for a more hands-on, sustainable life.
The Whiskeydrome is a kinetic art installation inspired by Keith's Bicycle Track, an early 1900's traveling bicycle board track.
It produces furiously exciting races on an open fence track only five feet high and 26' wide.