Back to Meet the Makers

Rob Bell: Zome Architect

Presenter

The Zomes of Rob Bell have delighted travelers far and wide who have been drawn to their alluring forms. Rob will explain what Zomes are, how they are built and how you can have one too.


Robot Garden @ i-GATE

Exhibit

Robot Garden is a new makerspace in Livermore California in partnership with the i-GATE Innovation Hub. We promote innovation and interest in STEAM by using robotics and creative or artistic projects to inspire and educate.



Skallops

Exhibit

Build big with playing cards! SKALLOPS are laser-cut wooden clips that hold cards together to help you build amazing things. From houses to hats, triangular trusses to T-rexes, there's no limit to the things you can create!


Steampunk Contraptions

Exhibit

Electronic Steampunk inspired projects and props from recycled materials. Build your own contraptions that have the Victorian Era look. Projects; The Elixirator, Steampunk Raygun, Don't Open Till Doomsday, Mayan Clock.


Stilt Factory

Exhibit

Stilt Factory- We demonstrate our stilt making design and creation process as shown on www.StiltFactory.com. We make the sport and art of stilt walking understandable, accessible and fun to all who are interested.


Tandem Scooter

Exhibit

Double the fun on a Tandem Scooter. Great for a cruise by the beach, it allows couples to be together, and helps people learn to skateboard. Easy to use, they are adult-friendly fun and great exercise!


The Athenian School

Exhibit

Students from the The Athenian School in Danville CA will be exhibiting their final projects from various classes supported by our Makers Studio facility.



The Big Harmonograph

Exhibit

This machine draws concentric spirals harmonizing with each other in the same way that musical note frequencies harmonize with each other. The difference in the scale of sound waves to the drawing's waves is 1:1000


The Plight of the Pendulum

Exhibit

My Plight of the Pendulum consists of six aluminum rectangles, each of varying dimensions, suspended on a steel rod to swing at sequential frequencies. A sort of vertical snake pendulum, it is framed and supported by pine.


The Primitive Side of Archery

Exhibit

The Primitive side of Archery started as a hobby. I became interested in traditional archery a while ago, and started building traditional wooden bows, which I will exhibit here at the maker faire.


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!


Thenagain Bomber

Exhibit

The Thenagain Bomber is a 4 person pedal car that was made both for the Handcar Regatta in Santa Rosa, CA and for fun outings to the local pub!


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.


Turner Family Musical Instruments

Exhibit

A sampling of family built and vintage collected instruments displaying a variety of musical traditions and styles. Live ukulele building demos periodically. Presented by master guitar maker Rick Turner son Elias.


Urban Octopus

Exhibit

Unique T-shirts and Wall art, ...my art and designs all represent my passions in my life...from my travels, to my love for bicycles...to teach people to be inspired by art, bicycles and printmaking....


WALL-E Robot Replica Project

Exhibit

The project began in October of 2007 with the formation of the WALL-E Builders Club on Yahoo Groups. Over time, we were able to obtain still images and reference from the Pixar movie \"WALL-E\".



whiskeydrome

Exhibit

The Whiskeydrome is a kinetic art installation inspired by Keith's Bicycle Track, an early 1900's traveling bicycle board track.

It produces furiously exciting races on an open fence track only five feet high and 26' wide.


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