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!
Our submersible Great White is about to begin a five-year mission to explore the sea. We will show the audience how we built her from design, build and testing.
A private school with a public purpose, Lick-Wilmerding High School develops the head, heart and hands of highly motivated students from all walks of life, inspiring them to be life long learners.
The LiteWall, DIY Video Arcade, Interactive Video Installation and Quakebot, a variety of interactive projects developed at the Digital Media Art Program at SJSU.
This project takes live audio and generates visual imagery that responds in real-time. It extracts pitch and amplitude information which is used to drive various aspects of the visualization including size, color and position
Have an old Black and White image of Grandma or Grandpa? Wonder what it would look like in color? We will show you how you can easily convert these images to full color using Photoshop.
The creativity of new generations of makers is unleashed and new technologies make tinkering easier than ever. But that positive trend is on a collision course with another: the ever-expanding use of legal and technical restrictions on devices to limit owners' rights. It's not just whether you can open the hood; it's whether opening the hood might land you in court. Learn how we got here, what's at stake, and how you can help EFF defend the right to make.
High school students from our pilot group of 15 Makerspace schools will be exhibiting their final projects. Projects may include converted go-karts, knitted skirts, bicycle-wheel basketball hoops, and stained glass!
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.
Check out four DIY movie activities! Please, DO bring your cell-phones into the theaters! DO pirate the movies and post online! All ages Welcome! A hands-on inquiry into vision, light, and the art of making movies!
This project explores ways to experiment with photography without spending lots of money. The result? An adapter for turning regular lenses into tilt-shift ones, and a flatbed scanner converted into a camera.
The simplest way to permanently print fabric. Inkodye is a new creative tool, a water-based dye that develops its color permanently with exposure to sunlight. Making your own DIY custom t-shirts has never been easier.