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FFIT BAGS

Exhibit

This is your purse, diaper bag, gym bag, work bag, you name it bag! FFIT Bags are rugged, water-resistant, and versatile. Made from 20% repurposed materials. (bike inner tube, seat belt, sailcloth laminate)


Fireflies by Humble Earth

Exhibit

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.


FIRST LEGO League – Middle School Robotics

Exhibit

Learn and talk to youth teams demonstrate their LEGO Mindstormsnrobots solve the 2012 FIRST LEGO League game challenge called, "Senior Solution".


Fleischer-Yamamoto Family Projects

Exhibit

From fairy wings to Japanese geta shoes tospiral blinking EL hats, from toy bridges to teenage alarm clocks, come see what we've been doing this year!n


FLOWERCLOUDS

Exhibit

I design, lasercut, paint, and sew textile elements to create accessories that encourage DIY!


Froggy World

Exhibit

Froggy World is an amusement park for adventurous frogs. Froggy is catapulted and booted through various one of a kind 3D printed adventures.


Get a taste of these cake lollipops!

Exhibit

Cake and Pie Lollipops by Sweet Lauren Cakes!


Giant Cardboard Robots

Exhibit

We are Giant. We are Cardboard. We are Robots. The revolution will be corrugated.


Girl Scouts and FIRST Robotics: The Space Cookies

Presenter

A high school student explains her experiences with her robotics team and the process and challenges involved in designing and building a basketball-playing robot in six weeks. Includes interactive robot demonstration and Q&A


Glovetopus

Exhibit

Make your own Glovetopus. A Glovetopus is a stuffed octopus made from a pair of gloves. The activity is free. Children under the age of 13 should bring an adult to help.


Go Kart Trailer

Exhibit

Armchair Go Kart Trailer



GoldieBlox

Exhibit

GoldieBlox is a toy company founded in 2012 by Debbie Sterling, an engineer from Stanford University. We're looking to inspire the next generation of female engineers by building construction toys for girls.


Growing Robot Garden: a makerspace

Presenter

Wish there was a makerspace near by you? Why not go ahead and start one! Andra Keay and Daniel Casner, founders of Robot Garden - a makerspace in the Trivalley - talk about their experiences bootstrapping a workshop open.


Hacker Scouts

Exhibit

Hacker Scouts promotes STEAM learning and skill building through a variety of developmental and educational methods while focussing on community and family engagement.


Hacker Scouts: a new approach to STEAM education

Presenter

Hacker Scouts is a national youth organization dedicated to STEAM education and skill building. Founders will discuss the program's approach, how to get involved and why it is so relevant to the future of technology and kids.



Hawk and Miss Tickle, Creature Quads

Exhibit

Creatures on these pedal powered vehicles are controlled by levers. Seats are adjustable for different sized pilots and animators. Headlights and running lights are for night time adventures.


Holistic Hooping

Exhibit

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!


Hosting Open Makes At Your Organization

Presenter

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!


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