Eben will share some of the neat stuff they've seen people do with the Pi over the last six months, show a demo of their new hardware-accelerated desktop environment, and talk about what we've got coming up next—including their night-vision camera module, Pinoir.
We will exhibit designs for and demonstrate $30 electroencephalogram (EEG) brain-monitoring devices hobbyists can use to conduct neuroscience work. Children can build a model neuron from pipe cleaners and LEDs.
Serious neuroscience may appear to be beyond the reach of the maker community, the intelligent citizen-scientist with no formal training, and under-resourced schools or science clubs. Enabling the Maker community to conduct useful neuroscience research and use signals from the brain--such as that generated by electroencephalography (EEG)--to drive vehicles, control avatars, and conduct brain research is very important for science education. Here, we will discuss and demonstrate multiple devices currently in development that can monitor brain states for about $30. The community can contribute to their design and testing at a website.
The BeagleBone Black is a completely Open Hardware and Software single board computer for makers. Have you tried it? Come learn a bit about the BeagleBone Black and find out if it is right for your next project.n
The official Maker Faire store, the Maker Shed, is your one stop for all levels of Makers. From Electronics & Microcontrollers such as Arduino & Raspberry Pi, to 3D Printers, Soldering and Apparel. Come check us out!
In 2011 we launched WikiHouse - an open source construction system that aims to make it possible for anyone to download, CNC-cut & assemble their own house. WikiHouse is now a growing community for digitally fabbed housing with teams in New Zealand, France, Brazil, the US & the UK. In 2012-13 we followed WikiHouse with OpenDesk - open source design furniture made locally. OpenDesk connects digital designs with a network of fabricators able to make on demand, in response to local orders. We are now building Fabbed.com - a full platform for distributed making of design products. We're looking for designers & makers who share our vision.
This is a low cost Open Source DIY Autonomous Car Kit. It can be assembled into a fully functional Arduino controlled autonomous car complete with sensors and lights. It can also work in the RC and Hybrid Modes.
Introducing the "T MAX 2.0" 3D Printer - a fully open-source 3D Printer featuring 640 cu. in. build area (8"x8"x10"), heat-up time under 3 minutes, newly redesigned parts, and an innovative portable touchscreen display.
We provide innovative learning spaces that put the student first, and encourage them to have an entrepreneurial spirit that is supported by the Rutgers University Community and NJ Community of Makers.
We've been busy for the past couple of years working on guide to Near Field Communication that's accessible to the casual programmer, and it's finally ready. In this presentation, we'll show you a few of the examples we've done for it using Android, Arduino, and embedded linux boards like the BeagleBone Black and the Raspberry Pi.
Farm Hack is about enabling sustainable farms to build, create, or obtain the scale appropriate tools they need. We bring together farmers and makers together to document tool online and in person.n nWe are excited to engage more Makers with our community, to show them how we've taken open-source principles and applied them to farm tools. We hope to inspire Makers to channel some of their energies into projects that can help solve problems faced by their local farm and to attend Farm Hack events in their region!