Cricut® is a world leader in personal electronic cutting machines that enable people to achieve their creative best. For 50 years, Cricut has sold tools that inspire creativity, including the Cricut electronic cutting machine, Cricut Design Space® online design software, and the Cricut Cuttlebug™ embosser and die cutter. We will be demonstrating the new Cricut Explore machine and will have make n' take projects available.
At the 2014 Maker Faire Bay Area, Bare Conductive will be putting all of its products on display including its Electric Paint, Kits and the brand new Touch Board! We'll be showing you how you can draw a circuit, make papercraft electronics and repair your devices with Electric Paint. In addition, we'll have a bunch of Touch Board demos based off of our Kickstarter campaign showing you how you can turn almost any surface or material into a point of interaction. Stop by the booth to play with our everything yourself!
A Goldsmith Sponsor of Maker Faire Bay Area and founding sponsor of the Maker Education Initiative, Intel delivers accessible and open development platforms to the maker community to empower makers of all ages.
Autodesk helps people imagine, design and create a better world. Everyone—from design professionals, engineers and architects to digital artists, students and hobbyists—uses Autodesk software to unlock their creativity and solve important challenges. For more information visit autodesk.com or follow @autodesk.
Do you want to make your own paper craft robot,PIPEROID? Grab a pair of scissors, use your imagination and creativity, and bring your own robot to life! It should take approx.30 min for the whole assembly process.
Kinetic Creatures are walking cardboard animal kits designed by Alyssa & Lucas Ainsworth.
Tanenbaum Fabrications, run by Josh and Karen Tanenbaum, makes steampunk-inflected costumes, props, jewelry and artifacts.
The Bike-Powered Cardboard Elephant is a large-scale interactive sculpture. Participants can ride the bike and make the Elephant's large cardboard legs and head move. *The photo is of our Rhino from Maker Faire 2013
A fun family project, the Guardian Cadet Armor set is a terrific way to engage your kid's creativity and imagination. Build a helmet, sword and shield together with your kids then watch them transform into mighty heroes!
St.Clair Aeronauts Offer Old Timey Letter Writing Write a fancy steampunk style letter with pen and ink and make and decorate an envelope to put it in! Take home a memory of Maker Fair 2014 or even mail it to Grandma!
MAKEablez are fun arts and craft kits designed by advanced art students at Hongyun Art (Cupertino). Add your imagination and these kits, comprise of art supply remnants and recyclables, transform into new works of art!