See the results of a summer camp for 5th - 8th graders, who started with an idea and spent 5 days bringing that idea to fruition. They explored materials, discovered the power of tools and processes and are excited to share!
The Cartesian Co. Argentum works the same way as your inkjet printer at home, but instead of regular ink, it prints conductive silver! We can print circuits on lots of different materials including paper, plastic and fabric!
In this talk, Carla Diana will share research, inspiration and design work from LEO the Maker Prince, the world's first 3D printing book for kids, which comes with a number of carefully designed objects that readers can download and 3D print for free. Carla will share the process and motivations behind the project, discussing physical-digital design techniques as well as what happens when you unleash new visions out into the world and allow people to download and remix them at will.
American Bones is a multi media art investigation of American cultural identity. The 7'long laser cut roller coaster is the icon and souvenir for the project. Translated through multiple digital fabrication methods.
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.
Bot-Guy began creating in 2011 & the Dragon Project in 2012-2013 which was on Display @ NYC Maker Faire 2012/2013 & several trade shows. He's a Prolific Creator & will show the ''GingerBread'' House Kit & other product designs!
Since its creation, E-nable has sought to improve the design of the Robohand prototype, creating solutions for problems with the current designs and enabling people to create them on their own with guidance from the group. We seek to come up with designs that cut costs as much as possible so that more people will have access to these devices. The Makerfaire is a great opportunity to meet like-minded individuals and potential collaborators to continue to develop these life-changing devices that empower people in need and their families.