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The Dream Series

Exhibit

Limited edition, laser engraved world maps designed to catalyze the dreams of dreamers.


The Future of 3D Printing

Presenter

Want to touch the future? This panel of experts from Autodesk, MakerBot, Shapeways, Sculpteo and iMaterialise will discuss what the future of 3D printing holds. What materials and technologies are we going to see in the coming year and how do they foresee this technology changing the creative landscape for Young Makers, Educators, Designers and Futurist.


The Hugalopes

Exhibit

Hugalopes are stuffed animals with modular parts that you can arrange and rearrange. They also turn into fun monster hats and puppets.


The Infinite Guitar

Exhibit

The Infinite Guitar is designed around the idea you only really need one guitar to jam to every tune. The Infinite Guitar breaks into multiple, interchangeable pieces that effect its performance.


The Roost

Exhibit

Working on a computer at your home or office desk is comfortable, hunching over your laptop is not.nThe Roost is an ultra-portable laptop stand that transforms your laptop into a comfortable workstation -- wherever you go.


The Trebuchette

Exhibit

The Trebuchette is a laser-cut, desktop-sized siege engine kit that snaps together in ten minutes, no glue or tools required. It can easily throw a bouncy ball down the hall, or lob a paper ball over a cubicle wall!


The Viper

Exhibit

The Viper is a Battlestar Gallactica themed full-motion flight simulator.


TinkerTags

Exhibit

TinkerTags channels students' natural passion and creativity to teach them foundation STEM skills using wearable electronics. Our flagship product is a programmable light up shoe.


Turning Water into Wine, Jeans into Gems

Exhibit

Turn your upcycled clothes into pieces of wearable art. Your child's art on a jacket, or a painting done by a fine artist. Express yourself by what you wear.


Zero to Maker: Advice for New Makers

Presenter

New to Maker Faire? Intrigued but not sure where to start? Join the club!
David Lang had no technical or making experience just a few years ago, now he's working on an underwater robots and running a small maker business.