We are a new neighborhood Mini-Makerspace in downtown San Francisco. We are purposely small at 2,500 square feet so makers and hackers can easily get to know each other. We are a community of hackers that love collaborating.
An out-of-the-box RGB Lighting Kit featuring an easy-to-use Bluetooth controller and Smart App to quickly generate light painting animations, mood lighting modes, and fashionable patterns for wearable electronics!
Electric Imp is an Internet of Things platform that makes it easy to connect practically any device to the Internet. Electric Imp CEO Hugo Fiennes will describe how you can use the platform to build and connect anything from an egg tray to a robot.n
Tool bags for makers, tiniest Arduino, DIY musical instruments, conductive-ink-printed products and so on...rnWe Shinamonolab, a local makers community in Japan presents a bunch of DIY products as a Micro-MakerFaire!
With design research as a lens, students create future computational experiences that critically explore social and culturally relevant technological themes such as community, privacy, environment, education, economics, etc..
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!
PCC Engineering Club is a student-run club from Pasadena City College with a main focus on providing students with hands-on experience by working on projects, such as an Electric Go Kart and an Electric Motorcycle.
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.
PicassoBot, an open source drawing arm robot that can take pictures from the computer or an Android camera and sketch them on paper. USB powered and Arduino compatible, this robot kit is perfect for learning at all ages.
Come explore the microscopic world! Turn your phone into a microscope or build your own from LEGO bricks and lenses. You'll learn about optics, see life from a new perspective, and even take your images home with you.
The Maker movement has created a new set of tools that can be used to do serious science. I will discuss how Arduino microcontrollers and the R statistical language can be used to do science like the pros. Arduino boards can be interfaced with sensors and memory devices to measure and record environmental data. The data can help us to understand our environment and address questions about environmental change. The R statistical language can be used to visual data, summarize it, and test hypotheses. I will use examples from my own work in environmental science to show how these incredible tools put serious science within reach of Makers.
Logos Electromechanical LLC builds electronic modules focused around the Arduino platform. Our flagship product is the Zigduino, an Arduino variant with an integrated 802.15.4 radio. We also have two exciting new products.rn
What happens when you take a classic carnival game, amplify it with physical computing, add a dash of socket-based communication, mix in an air compressor & crowdsource the action? Bring your smartphone & find out!