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.
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.
Mugbot is a very small, nonproprietary robot that can speak English and move its head and eyes. It is controlled by smartphone ,tablet and PC. Mugbot can be made by Raspberry Pi, Arduino and easily obtaninable materials.rn
Glowing beads dance to a different "beat" as they levitate and move under only the influence of sound waves within this unique spin on the classic Kundt's Tube. Change their dance using the Arduino based controller.
The PlotterBot.com website is devoted to teaching you to how to build drawing robots, big and small. You will find open source plans, material lists, instructions, downloads, and recommendations to help you a drawing robot.
The Makers Studio at the Athenian School in Danville CA is an interdisciplinary nexus of STEAM tinkering where robotics teams work alongside theater techs and instrument makers. Come see what our young makers have made!
The overarching mission of the TechGYRLS program is to empower girls, especially underrepresented girls, to explore and gain confidence with STEM, and to encourage them to pursue careers within STEM Fields. The program promotes creativity and innovation, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication, through exposure to making with our Young Makers program.