On Mars, we'll use 3D printers & laser cutters to make furnishings & greenhouses from thin air, and not return to Earth. The Mars Foundation, HI-SEAS & Aleph Objects are testing this at a Mars base in Hawaii. Join us.
ALAIR is an autonomous robot that aims to help elderly people take care of themselves. ALAIR can take blood pressure, pulseox, body temp, and even dispense your medicine! It was created for $1250 by teen maker Ben Hylak.
This presentation will outline how to create robots with a purpose for less then you'd ever imagine. Cost cutting strategies such as repurposing common materials, using parts from old, broken or discarded appliances, and online bargain resources will be discussed. Examples of actual, functional ''budget'' parts, such as linear slides, will be revealed. Presentation by Ben Hylak (White House Science Fair 2012, invited by both Make and Broadcom, Disney Peer Mentor 2014, and 5-time blue ribbon winner at NYC Maker Fair 2011).
Genspace community biolab is showcasing DIY lab equipment and using synthetic biology to modify living organisms. Check out the OpenTron, a DIY liquid handling robot for the lab, and other homebrew equipment.
BK Bots offers introductory courses for young students in Robotics, Electronics and Computer Programming. They develop problem solving skills and learn team work in a fun and open atmosphere.
This project is a robotic prosthetic hand developed for leprosy victims that includes a 3D printed robotic hand using InMoov CAD files and a flex sensor glove that controls servos for the robotic hand using an Arduino.
This is 1:10 robot-car which was made to take part in championships of robots like Formula 1. Robot has functions such as avoiding of obstacles, detecting colors and faces of people, following the heading of compass, GPS.
1) Robotic camera arm: move under remote control. 2) Have fun playing the Sound FX machine! 3) Psy-mon electronic game: See how smart you are! 4) Can you guess which rocket has flown 282 mph?
Gertie is an egg-like robot that moves around by jumping! His outside is made out of silicone so that it squashes and stretches as it moves around. Swing by and press the JUMP! button to watch him hop around!
Make parachutes in our windtunnels, hug our robots, make shrinky dink necklaces & play with playdough. You can also check out our awesome example robots & talk to us about our fun robot building classes for kids of all ages!
City Tech Makers are students and faculty members from the New York City College of Technology. You will see some of the exciting robots such as: TABIOS Robotic Hand, Twisted Sister Rover, Candy Crane, and Fire Fighting Robot
Robot Soccer Project (Arduino platform). (age14-16) Maze/Rescue Simulation Project on (Arduino Platform). (age14-16) Cross-platform with NXT as the master processor with Arduino/Nano as the I2C slave processor. (age 11-14)
Makers will be able to build, create, play, modify and experiment with a variety of technologies through projects designed by Robofun including LEGO Robotics, Scratch, and Stop Motion Animation.