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Community Science Workshop Network Project

Exhibit

The Community Science Workshop Network Project supports hands-on science education in low-income communities throughout California. We build science projects using trash, junk, and recycled materials. Come build with us!


Cradle Duende

Performer

Cradle Duende presents a combination of Kezmer and Flamenco "cklezmenco" with an infusion of reggae and cumbia dance rhythms. Cradle Duende takes its name from the Spanish word "cduende", in reference to a musically heightened


Crazy Picasso with Running Sensors

Exhibit

An innovative DIY project that combines the application of electrical sensors and a new type of 3D art design together for fast prototyping is presented.


Crowd-Powered Bridge Design and Research Projects

Exhibit

Brainstorm, sketch, prototype, design, and build a massive bridge with other Makers! Also, don't miss out on interacting with our lab's research projects!


Crowdsourcing Space

Presenter

Crowdsource the Final Frontier! Meet the people who raised funds for building satellites, rockets and more! They will tell their success stories, and give advice to future space project Makers.


CuriOdyssey Mobile Museum

Exhibit

Visit CuriOdyssey's Mobile Museum to experiment hands-on with gears, gadgets, and mechanical science exhibits. Try out your maker skills by designing, creating, and testing your own wind-powered vehicle on our test track!


Darkmatter – Open Source XBox Laptop & DIY Kit

Exhibit

World's first 3D printed, Lasercut, Open Source Arduino compatible Xbox Laptop that you can buy fully assembled or in DIY kit form.


DIY Cardboard Village

Exhibit

DIY will be providing the space and resources for kids to create their own Cardboard Village, and documenting the entire process with time lapse video.


DIY Rocketeers! Winning the Carmack Prize

Presenter

The dream of space has tantalized many men and women. Advances in technology now enable DIY rocketeers to reach new milestones. On September 11, 2012, a team of experienced hobbyists reached 104k' with full recovery.


DNA Makers

Exhibit

We are a family that enjoy making DNA models and crafts that are educational, artistic and fun to play for children as well as for adults. The models are built using LEGO pieces, paper, PVC pipes, knitting materials & LEDs.


Doing Nothing is Good for You?

Exhibit

A study on the beneficial effects of meditation on the brain and a person's well being, as demonstrated through research and biofeedback.


DorkbotPDX – Makers inspired makers in Portland

Exhibit

Creations: n- Interactive stomp pad, near real time computer vision on 1920 LEDs displayn-"Robotron Reincarnation" a classic 1980s video game faithfully rebor
surface mount soldering zinen- Honeybee Countingn- LED ART


E-Textiles Sewing the Way!

Presenter

Come learn about e-textiles, which bring together fabrics, electronics, and computers. We'll share educational applications of e-textile materials like the LilyPad Arduino, and then you'll get to make your own soft circuit!


East Bay School for Boys

Exhibit

East Bay School for Boys, an independent middle school, provides opportunities for boys to design, build, nurture, and grow their world, empowering boys to affect, connect, reflect, and most importantly, love to learn.


ECO. Electric Cycles of Oregon

Exhibit

Stylish, dependable and comfortable electric transportation at 3 miles to the penny.


Electric Vehicle Entrepreneurs

Exhibit

EVs can go FASTER, FURTHER, LESS WEIGHT, and HIGHER UTILIZATION, using ALTERNATIVE MATERIALS, and RECAPTURED ENERGY. What's YOUR IDEA.


EV Grins

Exhibit

Homemade Human Electric Hybrids that make you grin. E-Bikes, E-Skateboards, and E-Unicycles.



Fisix

Exhibit

Fisix is a compact and affordable physical learning tool designed to be utilized by teachers to create explanation in the classroom where it wasn't possible before by leveraging students' intuitive knowledge to their benefit.


FlipBooKit: The Story Behind the Magic Box

Presenter

The story behind FlipBooKit. Arduino controlled Mechanical Flip Book art that germinated in a hackerspace, became a Makerfaire hit that launched into a Kickstarter hit and business. As told my the Makers.


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