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!
How 2 Today is dedicated to helping everybody get started learning by removing barriers to making. These projects focus on minimal use of tools, supplies, simple language and a brief time to begin learning to make.
Learn the secrets of the Venetian Masters! Using a flame of over 4000 degrees, we will melt glass and form it into stunning beads before your very eyes. Round beads, tubular and sculptural beads (especially monsters and horses) are featured.
LCCS is featuring a group of high school students who have created their own projects to display at the Faire. We are working to bring making and the maker mindset to all of our students from K to 12 in Oakland, CA
We make wearable electronics, game consoles, bike computers, smart cameras and rainbow lights. We offer DIY kits and tutorials detailing every aspect of the building process, so you can hack, copy or improve our designs!
We make LEDs easy for DIY. For over a decade, we have supported the arts with our technology backgrounds. Now we want to share our skills with the makerverse.
Come build the booth in augmented reality on your phone/tablet! - Apps created by an independent hacker named @yosun
Join "Makers with a Cause" and help us create solutions for people with special needs. With small teams, co-discovering disruptive technology solutions, with lots of learning and fun for all!
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!
Interior Design Students at SJSU experiment with green materials such as 3D printed wood, metal and ceramics and laser cut coconut and leaves to make cool products for your home office and for you to wear.
Fab Lab San Diego features an interactive installation focused on the future of education. Explore how digital fabrication and related technologies can enable creative and engaging learning experiences.
Demos and Hands on Workshops in a variety of metal working techniques nled by members of Metal Arts Guild and Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild