We make a smart servo motor, and link it to a browser. Now, you can make things move from your phone, tablet, or any computer. Use moti with 3D-prints, or simply cardboard to build robots, products, toys, and much more!
David Nutty will demonstrate the use of a Vitrigraph kiln to create molten glass stringers & rods. He will also plunge molten glass into water to demonstrate thermal shock and how to create unique glass art. Other demos too.
Pacific Pinball Museum/The new Lil' Ju Ju Mobile Pinball Museum, a 1947 Spartan Manor travel trailer with self leveling hydraulics 5 vintage pinballs and a jukebox. Surrounded by other interactive PPM Exhibits.
Pedal car built exclusively for the Death Defying Pedal Car Figure 8 Races. Modeled after a Ford Model T and the Bugatti race vehicles of the 1920's. Adjustable "differential" for chain tension and low center of gravity for superior handling.
A 30 mph, 30 mile range, 1 hour recharging, 1000+ MPGe electric recumbent tadpole cargo trike compatible with XtraCycle equipment and accessories. All Shimano 27-speed components and grip shifters. No pedaling necessary.
Shaping Light investigates how surface slit and fold patterns can transform sheet materials into adjustable sun-shading screens using a laser cutter. You'll see how the core aspects of digital/physical design processes (digital sketching, lighting simulation, digital fabrication) unite to transform a 2D sheet into a compelling 3D light modulator.
SpinBots is a workshop for kids that allows them to build a working ArtBot! Using surplus/recycled motors, switches and laser cut parts, young roboteers can build their very own art making robot.
Learn the unlimited power of Total Control Lighting -- individually addressable LEDs. Benjamin James will demonstrate the brilliant beauty of this open-source and affordable product line.
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