As featured in MAKE 37, this simple build will help keep your pet happy and hydrated! In a few short steps, and with basic materials, you can make it yourself. It's a perfect DIY project for kids, that was created by a kid!
Want to tinker with locks and tools, the likes of which you've only seen in movies featuring cat burglars or secret agents? Then come to TOOOL's Lockpick Village, where you will learn hands-on how physical security operates.
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).
Wurlington Press publishes postcard papercraft which can be assembled into tiny scale models of architectural landmarks of New York as well as other cities. Mail the souvenir postcard and then build a tiny building!
The Pediatric Mobility Lab & Design Studio, Univ of Delaware. Come build with us! We love to design/build tech allowing children/adults with movement problems to take over the world through independent social mobility!
Dog Gone Dog is the first book in the Dewey Mac Maker Mysteries series. Swing by and join the AKA Detectives and get a free badge and ID card. Explore the spy gadgets in the book and meet the author, Michael Carroll.
3DKitbash.com digitally sculpts the coolest 3D printable toys & 3D printer test kits. Come see Quin, 3DK's articulated 3D printed doll! Find our 3D models on 3DKitbash.com and have fun printing them on your 3D printer!
We make fun educational content for children and grown ups to make on 3D printers. We're teaching the engineering of the future through the engineering of the past - iconic objects from Stephenson's Rocket to Spaceship One.
Parents of makers know that when their children are programming, building robots, and inventing, they are learning. Yet at school, learning becomes serious and sometimes boring. Why can't learning at school be like the vibrant, joyful learning we see at Maker Faire, and in homes of makers all around the world?nnIn the spirit of Maker Faire and global making, we will share practical advice for parents of makers, educators, and makers themselves who want to re-make schools into places where children love to learn once again
In true Maker fashion, everyone has a part to play in this revolution!
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!
PedX is a device for families worried about crossing the street safely with small kids. Attached to a stroller, PedX alerts vehicles to your presence via a bright LED, horn & one-touch camera for taking photos of bad drivers.