Justin Gray builds robots, fire art and just about anything he imagines. Come see what he has created in his lab this past winter! We promise you will be blown away!
The Aragon Robotics Team will be showcasing their 2014 FRC competition robot, built in just six weeks. In addition, their FTC robot will drive and demonstrate its ability to pick up 2'' by 2'' blocks.
Learn and talk to youth teams demonstrate their LEGO Mindstormsrnrobots solve the 2013-2014 season FIRST LEGO League game called, ''Nature's Fury'' - an engineering challenge all about natural disasters!
FTCquel for FIRST(R) Tech Challenge (FTC). Teams from NorCal & beyond will play the ''FTC Block Party'' 2013-2014 season challenge. rnrnDemo robots will be available for you to take a turn at driving throughout the weekend.
We will be showing our self-stabilizing robot, a WiFi Radio and some really little data loggers very useful to play sports. You can actually touch and interact with the creations, so don't be scared to play and break!
The Santa Barbara Hackerspace is a non-profit community resource devoted to bringing electronics, computers, and mechanics to all members of the community. Founded in 2010 SBHX has grown from 6 members to over 60 and growing.
The solrmatic takes the guesswork out of solar cooking. Put your own solar cooker on the rotator, put the temperature probes in the oven and food, select your presets and let the solrmatic do the rest. Enjoy perfect food!
This is a glove that controls your android with an Arduino. All the data is shown on the VR glasses. By using your thumb, index, or middle finger you can draw out menus and etc.
Marin Maker Mobile is a non profit devoted to bringing STEAM projects to kids. We are able to go on-site and setup small projects that the kids can do after school or be able to rotate through classes at a school.