Back to Meet the Makers


OpenSprinkler: An Open-Source Sprinkler Timer

Exhibit

OpenSprinkler is an open-source web-based sprinkler / irrigation timer. It works with standard 24VAC sprinkler valves. Featuring web-based interface, expandable zones, built-in LCD, Ethernet controller and USB programmer.


Owl Platform for the Internet of Things

Exhibit

The Owl Platform makes smart spaces easy to build and use. Novice and experienced developers can take advantage of libraries in multiple languages and Web API to easily build applications for the Internet of Things.




Reno Makerspace

Exhibit

Reno Makerspace a Non Profit Community Workshop


RoboCup Small-Size League

Exhibit

As part of the Stanford Robotics Club, we are building a team of six robots to autonomously play soccer for the RoboCup international competition this summer.


Robot Pi

Exhibit

A Raspberry Pi driven, fully-wireless, webcam enabled robot created by a 12-year-old blogger, programmer, and robotics hobbyist.


Saphira 2

Exhibit

This is a 7ft tall, fire-breathing animatronic dragon inspired by the character Saphira in the book Eragon.


Solar Pocket Factory

Exhibit

The Solar Pocket Factory: See a miniature factory make solar panels in front of you


The PIXELDELIC Vest

Exhibit

The PIXELDELIC Vest is a wearable illuminated digital display. It is covered in 324 addressable super bright LEDs that can be easily programmed to display customized patterns, scrolling text, and video in 16 million colors.


The Pop Culture Guide to Open Source

Presenter

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.


The Sense of Things

Exhibit

Sensors can track temperature, light, gases, presence in your home. Learn how to build your own inexpensive wireless sensor network using Raspberry Pi, xBee, and Python to track sensor data and store it on the web.


Touchy bot

Exhibit

Our projects began with a multitouch surface, which will be controlling a robot made to transmit live data. A Raspberry located on the robot will allow it to have full communication.


Tour the Hybrid Labs* at California College of the Arts

Presenter

California College of the Arts supports two "Hacker Spaces". The conversation will cover the history, configuration and philosophy driving these amazing and inspirational spaces.



Unboxing Education Through Playing and Making

Presenter

Lucien Vattel will showcase GameDesk's model for transforming the learning space, through his organizationu's educational games, play based curriculum, new PlayMaker school, and national digital learning center and portal. The



Wifi video surveillance robot powered by pcDuino

Exhibit

We will use pcduino (www.pcduino.com) to build a wifi video surveillance robot. This robot can be remotely controlled by the an app on the android smartphone. The app uses accelerometer of the Android smartphone to control mo


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