This year’s program is jam-packed with fun interactive exhibits and presentations. To plan your time at Maker Faire, check out the schedule below, download the printed program guide, get a printable schedule for Saturday or Sunday, view a map of the Event Center, and get the app for your smartphone (please note the app will update to accommodate last-minute changes). To learn more about each exhibit and the makers behind all the ingenuity, visit Meet the Makers.

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Innovation Stage

Ideas and voices from the maker movement

Saturday

10:30 AM — 11:00 AM

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Making the Case for Making in Schools

Sylvia Martinez, Gary Stager

Why can't school be more like a Maker Faire? The answer is: it can. Learn how to advocate for making in your school from the authors of "Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom."

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

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Children Are Teaching Adults to Make Again

Ayah Bdeir

Making is becoming a mainstream practice and maker spaces are now populating institutions like schools and libraries. As a result, kids are taking a break from their screens to get their hands dirty and create - something adults often neglect.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

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Bigshot: The Digital Camera for Education

Shree K. Nayar

Hear the story of Bigshot, a DIY digital camera kit, that was developed at Columbia University and is now a commercial product. Inventor Shree Nayar will review the motivation behind the camera, the design process and the online educational experience.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Making Space: NASA’s Call to Action for Makers Who Want to Explore the Universe

Making Space: NASA’s Call to Action for Makers Who Want to Explore the Universe

Mason Peck

NASA's grand challenge: find all asteroid threats to human population and know what to do about them. Unlike traditional missions, this grand challenge represents a new way of doing business for NASA and a call to action for Makers.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

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Solving World Challenges Through Making: The Hard Truths

Benedetta Piantella

Artist/designer/educator Benedetta Piantella will share an introduction to some of her past and current projects in Africa, as well as the lessons learned and hurdles met in building projects focused on solving humanitarian challenges worldwide.

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Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

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The MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner

Bre Pettis

MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis will debut the MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner - it's the world premiere! He'll share his passion about providing the tools for individuals and organizations to create the world around them through 3D printing and 3D scanning.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

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The Art of Critical Making

John Maeda

We are all hungry for authenticity in the expressions we encounter. Many of us hope to change the world—or another person's perspective—with the things we make. This talk explores how RISD's critical making helps bring us closer.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

The Future is What We Choose to Make

The Future is What We Choose to Make

Regina Dugan

People often ask about the future. What will it look like? Former DARPA Director, now SVP at Motorola Mobility, a Google company, Regina Dugan believes that we can't predict the future... but we can choose to build it.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

The State of Arduino

The State of Arduino

Massimo Banzi

Learn about the latest developments in Arduino open-source microcontroller from Massimo Banzi, co-founder of the Arduino Project.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

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Hacking the Un-Hackable: How We Can Make the Entire World Interactive

Ivan Poupyrev

Living plants that control music, using human bodies to transmit sound, touch screens on water and 3D printed interactive eyes, virtual objects that you can feel with you hands in free air and many more things we invent at Disney Research.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

The New York World’s Fairs: 75 Years of Making Tomorrow

The New York World’s Fairs: 75 Years of Making Tomorrow

Peter Hirshberg

The NY World's Fairs of 1939/1964 defined the future for 75 years. We'll look back (with rare footage) and look forward to recognizing this anniversary as a celebration of maker cities, our maker future and a more sustainable world of tomorrow.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Raspberry Pi: Shiny New Toys!

Raspberry Pi: Shiny New Toys!

Eben Upton

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 nextu2014including their night-vision camera module, Pinoir.

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

Low-Cost Neural Monitoring for Makers: Bringing EEG to the Citizen Scientist

Low-Cost Neural Monitoring for Makers: Bringing EEG to the Citizen Scientist

William Casebeer

Bill Casebeer, a program manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, will discuss and demonstrate low-cost neural monitoring technologies that will allow makers and citizen-scientists to engage in serious neuroscience research.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

Making & Inspiring Science (Things Will Go Boom)

Making & Inspiring Science (Things Will Go Boom)

Science Bob Pflugfelder

Jimmy Kimmel Live's resident science teacher, "Science Bob" Pflugfelder is on a mission to help make science come alive! His presentation would feature one or more of his experiments, gadgets and contraptions, and a Q&A with the audience.n

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

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Brain Hacking

Lee von Kraus, PhD, Amol Sarva, PhD

New understanding of the brain is launching us into the realm of sci-fi possibilities. We will talk about the brain's wiring and ways in which it can be changed, either naturally through learning or artificially through cybernetic interfaces.

Saturday

6:00 PM — 6:30 PM

Return of the Non-Scientist

Return of the Non-Scientist

David Pogue

One year in the making. Six countries. 50 scientists. "Making Stuff 2," David Pogue's new NOVA series, debuts on Oct 15. NY Times columnist/NOVA host David Pogue offers a sneak preview--and some hilarious anecdotes, bloopers, and unreleased clips.

Saturday

6:30 PM — 7:00 PM

21st Century Robot: Meet Jimmy, the robot you can make at home

21st Century Robot: Meet Jimmy, the robot you can make at home

Brian David Johnson

Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson presents Jimmy, the robot. Jimmy was born in science fiction, but he's open source, he's 3D printable, and he's made to interact with humans. What's more, he'll be walking and talking by this November.

Sunday

10:30 AM — 11:00 AM

The Maker Movement Manifesto

The Maker Movement Manifesto

Mark Hatch

TechShop CEO Mark Hatch will read from his new book, "The Maker Movement Manifesto: Rules for Innovation in the New World of Crafters, Hackers, and Tinkerers." Discussion to follow.

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

When Makers Apply For College

When Makers Apply For College

Dr. Dawn Wendell

Learn how to talk about your Maker projects in the college admissions process from Engineer, Maker, and Assistant Director of Admissions at MIT Dr. Dawn Wendell.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Experiment Your Way to a Better Life

Experiment Your Way to a Better Life

AJ Jacobs

Crafting and making isn't just for objects. You can also make/craft/invent a better personality, a stronger sense of ethics and new habits. I'll talk about how my various experiments (Biblical Living, Extreme Health) changed me.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

The New Literacies

The New Literacies

Clive Thompson

For years, paper and ink were only cheap and easy technologies that everyday people had to record our ideas, muse over them, and show them to others. But now we have a flurry of new modes to capture and share ideas: Video, photography, data, and 3D design and printing. What new types of expression and creativity are possible as we develop these "new literacies"? How do they change the way we think -- and what we think about?

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

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Zero to Maker: Getting Up to Speed with the Maker Movement

David Lang

David Lang explains how he became a maker after losing his job, and how the experience helped him start OpenROV, a community and product line focused on undersea exploration. His book, Zero to Maker, is a guide for others who want to get involved.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 2:00 PM

The Board Room Hour

The Board Room Hour

Massimo Banzi, Matt Richardson, Jason Kridner, Alasdair Allan, Dale Dougherty

What's in store in the world of microcontrollers? Join Massimo Banzi (Arduino), Dale Dougherty (MAKE), Jason Kridner (Beaglebone) and MAKE editors Matt Richardson and Alasdair Allan for some good conversation and debate about what these inexpensive and powerful boards can do today, but mostly what the next generations of microcontroller boards couldt bring.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

Six Amazing Things about Making

Six Amazing Things about Making

David Gauntlett, Mitch Resnick

Mitch Resnick, co-inventor of Scratch, and David Gauntlett, author of 'Making is Connecting', each discuss three objects which show the power of making. They show that making is learning, fosters happiness, and is true social participation.

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

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MakerNurse: The Stealth Ingenuity of Inventive Nurses in America

Jose Gomez-Marquez, Dale Dougherty, Lori Melichar

How are DIY Medical Technologies accelerating the stealth ingenuity of nurses? Lori Melichar of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Jose Gomez-Marquez of Little Devices at MIT will discuss the impact of inventive fabrication in health by nurses.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

The Industrial Age is Over: Welcome to the Maker Age

The Industrial Age is Over: Welcome to the Maker Age

Douglas Rushkoff

What comes after the Industrial Age? Not the digital age, but the Maker Age. The author of Present Shock shows us how to embrace the real-time landscape ahead.

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

New York State Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will discuss two pieces of legislation that relate to FabLabs and STEM education.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Making with Google Glass

Making with Google Glass

Matt Richardson

How can Google's wearable computer be used as a tool for makers and what can you make with it?

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

Age of Context: The Future of Consumer Electronics

Age of Context: The Future of Consumer Electronics

Robert Scoble

Robert Scoble believes we are entering a new era: the age of context. It's a freaky, contextual world he envisions in his keynote talk at NEXT Berlin 2013. Don't be fooled by the hype It's way more than just Google Glasses.

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

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The Rise of the Design Lab: Hacking and Making in a Professional Environment

Carla Diana

Carla Diana discusses the triumphs and challenges of building the Smart Interaction Lab at Smart Design. The lab promotes future-specting, open-ended exploration, builds community, and gives the outside world a glimpse of what makes the company tick.

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Make: Live Stage

Conversations about emerging tech, new practices & community

Saturday

10:30 AM — 11:00 AM

21st Century Robot: Meet Jimmy, the robot you can make at home

21st Century Robot: Meet Jimmy, the robot you can make at home

Brian David Johnson

Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson presents Jimmy, the robot. Jimmy was born in science fiction, but he's open source, he's 3D printable, and he's made to interact with humans. What's more, he'll be walking and talking by this November.

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Maker Collaboration: The Air Rocket Glider

Maker Collaboration: The Air Rocket Glider

Rick Schertle, Keith Violette

Maker West meets Maker East! Rick and Keith have been working on this project together for a major project in an upcoming issue of MAKE Magazine. They'll be meeting for the first time at WMF NY to give a sneak peak of their project. They will not just be talking about the Air Rocket Glider (ARG), but demoing it as well! The ARG combines the Compressed Air Rocket (MAKE 15) and Folding-Wing Glider (MAKE 31).

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:15 PM

3D Design Practice

3D Design Practice

Matthew Griffin, Tony Buser, Matt Stultz, Kacie Hultgren, Fred Kahl, Todd Blatt

Talented 3D designers Todd Blatt, Kacie Hultgren, Matt Stultz, Tony Buser and Fred Kahl - all featured in Matthew Griffin's upcoming "Design and Modeling for 3D Printing" book - share about their design practices and where to learn more about 3D at the Faire.

Saturday

12:15 PM — 12:30 PM

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Post-Crowdfunding Conundrum: Where Do We Go From Here?

Ericka Basile

Crowdfunding makes it easy to raise money for a new product. Yet a successful campaign is only half the battle - scaling is the tough part. The Grommet serves as the next step to ensure a company can successfully scale and sell post crowdfunding.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Maker Corps: Cultivating Makers and Creativity in Our Pilot Year and Beyond

Maker Corps: Cultivating Makers and Creativity in Our Pilot Year and Beyond

Steve Davee

The Maker Education Initiative's Maker Corps has just concluded an extremely successful pilot year, and is now recruiting Host Sites for expansion in 2014. Find our more about the program from staff, Maker Corp Mentors and Host Site representatives.

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

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Robot Bugs! Biomimicry in Research and Development

Ben Finio

Robotic insects might seem like something right out of a science-fiction or horror movie. At this presentation you'll learn about how engineers are working with biologists to develop robots that can fly, crawl and squirm just like real insects.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

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Designing Friendly Robots: Looks Do Matter!

Carla Diana

What does it take to make a robot look friendly, and why would you want to? Professional robot designer Carla Diana will show the creative process and thinking behind designing shells for some of the world's most sophisticated humanoid social robots.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

The At-Home Maker: How to Build Innovation into Your Everyday Life

The At-Home Maker: How to Build Innovation into Your Everyday Life

Chip Wade

Atlanta native and host of the HGTV series Elbow Room, Chip Wade has building in his blood. In this presentation, Chip will share the lessons he's learned for building efficiency into the home via innovative thinking, processes and projects.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:15 PM

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Lightening Strikes! Five Accomplished Young Makers

William Grant, Lucas Weakley, Drew Beller, Joey Hudy, Adrian Niles, Stett Holbrook

Short presentations by five makers ranging in age from seven to seventeen. They will show projects, businesses,
and personal projects.

Saturday

3:15 PM — 3:30 PM

Children as Makers, Makers as Children

Children as Makers, Makers as Children

AnnMarie Thomas

What were today's adult makers like as kids? How can we encourage today's kids to be makers? I've been asking makers about their childhoods, and will share some of the stories I've heard and lessons I've learned.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:15 PM

Farm Hack: A Community for Open-Source Farm Tool Innovation

Farm Hack: A Community for Open-Source Farm Tool Innovation

Dorn Cox, Louis Thiery, Rob Rock, Andy Wekin

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.

Saturday

4:15 PM — 4:30 PM

Moving Along

Moving Along

Eric Hagan

Eric Hagan is an interactive and kinetic artist based in Brooklyn, NY. He will present on his experience designing and building custom machines and kinetic sculptures.

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

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The New Flesh Workshop: DIY Super-Humans

Dr. Seth Adventure

The New Flesh Workshop has spent the last 5 years adapting prosthetic fabrication techniques and developing new processes for creating high strength composite armor systems, custom prosthetic modifications for extreme lifestyles .

Saturday

4:30 PM — 4:45 PM

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Makers and the Future of Prosthetic Devices

GauravJit "Raj" Singh

This EMG controlled robotic hand was just a project - shown at Maker Faire - until earlier this year. Now, it is on its way to become a consumer product, at a fraction of the cost of today's "advanced prosthetics."

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

The Accessible Makerspace: Makers with Mixed Abilities

The Accessible Makerspace: Makers with Mixed Abilities

John Schimmel, Holly Cohen

DIYAbility will present the importance of the Maker Movement for Makers with disabilities, families, health care providers and all tinkerers.

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

A Revolution in the Making

A Revolution in the Making

Jeff Beaver, Klaus Wegener, Co-Founder, Caseable

Zazzle co-founder Jeff Beaver and partner Klaus Wegener, Co-Founder of Caseable, will share how Zazzle's platform is transforming the commerce experience for customers from a 'buy' model to a 'make' model.

Saturday

6:00 PM — 7:00 PM

Pitch your Prototype Contest Winner

Pitch your Prototype Contest Winner

At Wednesday's Hardware Innovation Workshop, entrepreneurs who had submitted their concepts were selected as finalists. They presented their prototypes to the audience of their peers and experts, to convince them their ideas have merit and commercial viability. Voting took place during the showcase reception that evening and the winner will be announced at the MAkE: Live Stage. Come hear the prototype pitches and gather as the final winner is announced.

Sunday

10:30 AM — 11:00 AM

Make a Maker Faire! How you Can Build a Mini Maker Faire in your Community

Make a Maker Faire! How you Can Build a Mini Maker Faire in your Community

Sabrina Merlo

Did you know Maker Faires are happening all over the globe? Come meet Mini Maker Faire organizers from around the globe and find out how you can celebrate the maker heroes in your community by creating a Mini Maker Faire where you live.

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Bilbao: the Next Guggenheim Effect is the Maker Effect

Bilbao: the Next Guggenheim Effect is the Maker Effect

Karim Asry

Industrial skills, very horizontal and cooperativist structures and one of southern Europe's first Mini Maker Faires... the maker movement is finding its way in Bilbao, changing the soul of the city in the same way the Guggenheim did a decade ago.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

NASA: Challenging America To Invent

NASA: Challenging America To Invent

Sam Ortega

NASA is looking for makers! Learn about the Centennial Challenges program, which is offering multi-million dollar prizes to citizen inventors.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Introducing the Masters in Making Degree Program from New Engineering University

Introducing the Masters in Making Degree Program from New Engineering University

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New Engineering University, in conjunction with Maker Media, is rethinking engineering school to celebrate the cross-disciplinary engineering and inspired creativity required by making.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 12:45 PM

Roominate: An Idea to Mass Production in 8 Months

Roominate: An Idea to Mass Production in 8 Months

Alice and Bettina

The creators of Roominate describe the process of launching their product through Maker Faire and Kickstarter, going through mass production, and building a rapidly growing business in under one year.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

Getting it Made: Stories from Shenzhen

Getting it Made: Stories from Shenzhen

Bunnie Huang

bunnie will share some stories about crossing the gap from a single home-made prototype to mass production, using supply chain services located in the Shenzhen area of China.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

How Making Helps Us Learn to Realize Empathy

How Making Helps Us Learn to Realize Empathy

Seung Chan Lim (Slim)

We often think that making is a means to an end, a way to produce an artifact. But the attitude and the process that drives the making is just as important as the product. This is especially so once you realize that the attitude and process that facilitates a smooth making process parallels that which empowers us to realize our empathy in relation to other people.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 3:00 PM

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3D Printing and the Future of Design Education

Carla Diana, Jeffrey Lipton, Mike Glaser, Jaymes Dec

Though design was once the sacred realm of professionals with special training, 3D tools and fabrication techniques are now taught at schools, breeding a new generation of empowered makers. Come hear about the future from design education innovators.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:45 PM

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Public Lab: Open Source Tools for Grassroots Science

Shannon Dosemagen, Liz Bary, Gena Wirth, Eymund Diegel, Jen Hudon

This panel will focus on the work of Public Lab, an open-source hardware and software research and development community. Public Lab staff will discuss the history of the community and organizers will present local projects they are working on.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

MindRider and the Maker’s Brain

MindRider and the Maker’s Brain

Arlene Ducao

MindRider is a brain-reading helmet developed at the MIT Media Lab that converts a wearer's geolocated EEG levels into an LED display and map. For Maker Faire, MindRider will be placed on various Makers to discover patterns in the "Maker's Brain."n

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Made by Makers!

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Made by Makers!

don undeen

Since the invention of fire allowed the creation of cave paintings, art and technology have existed in perpetual dialogue. At the Met, we're continuing to explore ways that technology can effect the art experience for visitors and makers alike.

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

Build Your Own Steampunk Gear

Build Your Own Steampunk Gear

Thomas Willeford

Thomas Willeford, well-known steampunk guru, will demonstrate how to build working, wearable, fun DIY steampunk projects from his forthcoming book, The Steampunk Adventurer's Guide, while in full costume.

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Make: Electronics Stage

How-to on microcontrollers, robotics, and circuit boards

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:15 AM

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Getting Started with Arduino

Andrew Terranova / MAKE

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. MAKE contributing editor Andrew Terranova will guide you through the process of selecting and programming your first Arduino.

Saturday

11:15 AM — 11:30 AM

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

Matt Richardson

Go from 0 to Raspberry Pi in 15 minutes with one of the co-authors of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and MAKE Contributing Editor, Matt Richardson. Learn what Raspberry Pi is, what you'll need to use it, and how makers have been integrating this $35 mini computer in their projects.

Saturday

11:45 AM — 12:00 PM

Choosing a Board

Choosing a Board

Alasdair Allan

Overwhelmed by the huge number of microcontroller possibilities nowadays? There are so many options, at least one of these boards will fit your needs. MAKE contributing editor Alasdair Allan will teach you about the coolest features of some of the most popular, where to get them, and what they can do for you.

Saturday

11:45 AM — 12:00 PM

Getting Started with Breadboarding

Getting Started with Breadboarding

Nick Raymond

MAKE's Nick Raymond provides a basic introduction to breadboards - reusable, solder-free prototyping platforms. Learn how they work and how you can easily build and test circuit designs.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Embedded Linux Meets FPGA Capes—Just Imagine the DIY Possibilities!

Embedded Linux Meets FPGA Capes—Just Imagine the DIY Possibilities!

Andy Gikling

BBot! A remote controlled robot that talks, sees and serves drinks at the pool! And is hilarious! This open source design is based on the BeagleBone Black with an FPGA cape. We'll discuss some amazing DIY electronics possibilities on such a platform.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

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Superpowers Unite! Beginning Near Field Communication with ITP + MAKE

Brian Jepson, Don Coleman,

In this session, Don Coleman and Brian Jepson will talk about their new book, Beginning NFC, and show a couple examples of Near Field Communication on Android, Arduino, and embedded linux.

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

Face Detection in Ten Minutes with BeagleBone Black

Face Detection in Ten Minutes with BeagleBone Black

Jason Kridner

In this talk, BeagleBoard.org co-founder Jason Kridner discusses how to implement face detection applications on BeagleBone Black using OpenCV.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 1:45 PM

When Videogames Have No Video: Haptic And Non-Visual Games

When Videogames Have No Video: Haptic And Non-Visual Games

Jeff Thompson

Imagine playing Halo by sound only! This talk demos a series of non-visual games I have built that use haptic feedback and custom electronics, design challenges for haptic games, and strategies for creating meaningful game experience without visuals.

Saturday

1:45 PM — 2:00 PM

Getting Started with the BeagleBone Black

Getting Started with the BeagleBone Black

David Scheltema

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.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

Minecraft Circuits in Real Life

Minecraft Circuits in Real Life

Rick Anderson

Rick Anderson, author of Pro Arduino, has created a series of short workshops that takes you from game to breadboard. In this introduction presentation you will learn how to create a real Redstone Torch with LEDs and transistors.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Valence

Valence

lieven menschaert, Tom De Smedt

Valence is an interactive visualization controlled by brainwave monitoring. A wireless EEG headset monitors the player's affect (relaxation/arousal). The game world is an emergent system of attractive and repulsive forces made in NodeBox for OpenGL.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:15 PM

Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino

Andrew Terranova / MAKE

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. MAKE contributing editor Andrew Terranova will guide you through the process of selecting and programming your first Arduino.

Saturday

3:15 PM — 3:30 PM

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

Matt Richardson

Go from 0 to Raspberry Pi in 15 minutes with one of the co-authors of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and MAKE Contributing Editor, Matt Richardson. Learn what Raspberry Pi is, what you'll need to use it, and how makers have been integrating this $35 mini computer in their projects.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

PhoneGap for Makers

PhoneGap for Makers

Don Coleman

Did you know you can use PhoneGap to write apps for your phone using HTML, CSS and JavaScript? I'll show you how to get started with PhoneGap and will demo Android applications interacting with Arduino hardware.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Getting Started with Breadboarding

Getting Started with Breadboarding

Nick Raymond

MAKE's Nick Raymond provides a basic introduction to breadboards - reusable, solder-free prototyping platforms. Learn how they work and how you can easily build and test circuit designs.

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

Getting Started with the Arduino YUN

Getting Started with the Arduino YUN

Michael Shiloh

In this presentation, ITP professor & Arduino Team member Michael Shiloh will show you how to get an Arduino YUN up and running, and talk a little about what can be done with it.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:15 PM

Choosing a Board

Choosing a Board

Alasdair Allan

Overwhelmed by the huge number of microcontroller possibilities nowadays? There are so many options, at least one of these boards will fit your needs. MAKE contributing editor Alasdair Allan will teach you about the coolest features of some of the most popular, where to get them, and what they can do for you.

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

Surface Mount vs. Through Hole in Electronics Development

Surface Mount vs. Through Hole in Electronics Development

Jeff McAlvay

Many makers use through hole components for their electronics projects. In industry, however, folks use surface mount almost exclusively. In this talk, I will discuss the benefits to makers of using surface mount components.

Saturday

6:00 PM — 6:30 PM

Getting Started with the BeagleBone Black

Getting Started with the BeagleBone Black

David Scheltema

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.

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:15 AM

Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino

Andrew Terranova / MAKE

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. MAKE contributing editor Andrew Terranova will guide you through the process of selecting and programming your first Arduino.

Sunday

11:15 AM — 11:30 AM

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

Matt Richardson

Go from 0 to Raspberry Pi in 15 minutes with one of the co-authors of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and MAKE Contributing Editor, Matt Richardson. Learn what Raspberry Pi is, what you'll need to use it, and how makers have been integrating this $35 mini computer in their projects.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 11:45 AM

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Robotic Field Deployment of Emergency Radio Antennas and Instrumentation

Chris Blackwood

This lightweight open source portable tool helps radio operators deploy HF and VHF/UHF antennas in the field using standard parking lot light poles. The robot is based on Extruded Aluminum and surplus automotive parts.

Sunday

11:45 AM — 12:00 PM

Choosing a Board

Choosing a Board

Alasdair Allan

Overwhelmed by the huge number of microcontroller possibilities nowadays? There are so many options, at least one of these boards will fit your needs. MAKE contributing editor Alasdair Allan will teach you about the coolest features of some of the most popular, where to get them, and what they can do for you.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Make it Awesome: How to Internet-Enable Your Project

Make it Awesome: How to Internet-Enable Your Project

Robert Faludi, Liz Presson

Take your project from cool to absolutely awesome by plugging it in to the Internet! See how getting your project online can transform it and extend its reach. Learn which Internet of Things options are right for you and the best places to start!

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Prototyping is a Easy as Uno, Due, Tres

Prototyping is a Easy as Uno, Due, Tres

Bob Martin

We will demonstrate how an Arduino Platform has opened up the hobbyist market with microcontrollers, and demonstrate how Arduino boards can be prototyped as a basic weather station.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

PicoDB: A Novel eLu-Based Database Tool for Microcontrollers

PicoDB: A Novel eLu-Based Database Tool for Microcontrollers

Tom Freund

picoDB is a database tool written in pure Lua to be used with the eLua environment. It enables the creation of "smarter" applications for 32-bit microcontrollers having larger flash and RAM capacity.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

Build a Fitness Tracker with Ultra-Low-Power Arduino

Build a Fitness Tracker with Ultra-Low-Power Arduino

Guido Burger

In the age of Internet-of-Things power consumptions of sensor/compute nodes is becoming critical - learn how to run your Arduino project with just a cell coin battery with under 10uA (micro!) for months or years. Learn how to build a fitness tracker.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:15 PM

Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino

Andrew Terranova / MAKE

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. MAKE contributing editor Andrew Terranova will guide you through the process of selecting and programming your first Arduino.

Sunday

2:15 PM — 2:30 PM

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

Matt Richardson

Go from 0 to Raspberry Pi in 15 minutes with one of the co-authors of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and MAKE Contributing Editor, Matt Richardson. Learn what Raspberry Pi is, what you'll need to use it, and how makers have been integrating this $35 mini computer in their projects.

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Arduino NFC

Arduino NFC

Don Coleman

We'll talk about Near Field Communication (NFC) and using the Adafruit and Seeed Studio NFC shields on an Arduino.

Sunday

3:15 PM — 3:30 PM

Getting Started with the BeagleBone Black

Getting Started with the BeagleBone Black

David Scheltema

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.

Sunday

3:15 PM — 3:30 PM

Getting Started with Breadboarding

Getting Started with Breadboarding

Nick Raymond

MAKE's Nick Raymond provides a basic introduction to breadboards - reusable, solder-free prototyping platforms. Learn how they work and how you can easily build and test circuit designs.

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

Five Easy Tricks You Can Teach Your BeagleBone using JavaScript

Five Easy Tricks You Can Teach Your BeagleBone using JavaScript

Jason Kridner

In this talk, Jason Kridner, co-founder of BeagleBoard.org, discusses five quick tricks every BeagleBone Black owner can teach their u201cpupu201d using the JavaScript libraries BoneScript, jQuery, Processing.JS, Spacebrew, Flot and Blockly.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Appessories: Bridging the Digital to the Physical with Bluetooth Technology

Appessories: Bridging the Digital to the Physical with Bluetooth Technology

Steve Hegenderfer

'Appcessories' enable people to interact with technology like never before by helping to connect the physical and digital worlds wirelessly...come see what all the fuss is about!

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

Getting Started with Breadboarding

Getting Started with Breadboarding

Nick Raymond

MAKE's Nick Raymond provides a basic introduction to breadboards - reusable, solder-free prototyping platforms. Learn how they work and how you can easily build and test circuit designs.

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

Limberboard and the Future of Flexible Programmable Hardware

Limberboard and the Future of Flexible Programmable Hardware

Matt Boyce

Programmable hardware is key to the maker movement, but many programmable options are rigid and heavy, limiting makers' innovation potential. Flexible programmable hardware is the future and Limberboard is opening the door to innovation.

Sunday

5:15 PM — 5:30 PM

Choosing a Board

Choosing a Board

Alasdair Allan

Overwhelmed by the huge number of microcontroller possibilities nowadays? There are so many options, at least one of these boards will fit your needs. MAKE contributing editor Alasdair Allan will teach you about the coolest features of some of the most popular, where to get them, and what they can do for you.

Sunday

5:30 PM — 5:45 PM

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Make: 3D Printing Stage

3DP machines, materials, makers and applications

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Collaboration in an Open Innovation Environment: Designers in Thingiverse

Collaboration in an Open Innovation Environment: Designers in Thingiverse

Harris Kyriakou

3D Printing enthusiasts use Thingiverse both as a platform to share their designs and as a source of inspiration. We investigate the benefit of participating in such open innovation environments and present optimal strategies for product designers.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

How Makers & Other 3D-Printing Players Can Help Create a Re-Industrializing 3DP “Ecosystem” in NYC

How Makers & Other 3D-Printing Players Can Help Create a Re-Industrializing 3DP “Ecosystem” in NYC

Land Grant

Our 3DP-driven, DIY citizen-Makers are leading our governments' economic-development policy makers. The Publisher of NYC3DP.com & 'This Week in NYC' will present his insightful perspective on driving NYC's 3DP, world-beating cluster. 3DP=Jobs!

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

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3D Printing in Space: How We Are Doing It, and Why It Affects You

Mike Chen

I will discuss the possibilities of using 3D printing in space to enable manufacturing off-Earth. Next year Made in Space, Inc. will be sending the first 3D printer to the International Space Station to start this process.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

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Top Ten Tips for Designing to Print

Kacie Hultgren

Desktop 3D printers are powerful tools for designers and hobbyists, but these machines present a unique set of design challenges. Learn tips & tricks to build better, optimized 3D printed designs.

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

Brook Drumm: 3DP for the People

Brook Drumm: 3DP for the People

Brook Drumm, David Lang

MAKE contributing editor and maker David Lang asks Printrbot CEO Brook Drumm hard questions about affordable personal 3D printer market, the future of DIY 3Dfabrication, and when exactly he's going to move Printrbot out of his garage.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

Printing Trains at Scales Up to 1:1

Printing Trains at Scales Up to 1:1

Chris Thorpe

For the last year we've been 3D scanning artefacts of the industrial revolution and making 3D printed models of them. We're also helping to make spare parts to fix them.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

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Getting Started with 3D Printing

Matt Griffin, Jenny Cheng, Kacie Hultgren

Attend one of our quick Getting Started with 3D Printing sessions to get a sense of the basics of how desktop 3D printers work, what you can expect to make with one right now, and how to learn more so that you can join the "3D Printing Revolution" yourself!

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Advanced Manufacturing Research Institute: Integrating Makers and Scientists

Advanced Manufacturing Research Institute: Integrating Makers and Scientists

Jordan Miller

This summer, four fellows representing some of the best young talent in advanced manufacturing descended upon Houston to work on rapid prototyping for Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine. This is their story.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

MakeVR – Natural Motion Creation for 3D Print and Modeling

MakeVR – Natural Motion Creation for 3D Print and Modeling

Paul Mlyniec

MakeVR is radically fun software that makes modeling objects for 3D print and other uses simple for everyone. Using a two-handed natural motion control interface, MakeVR liberates makers from the months of training common to other programs.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

Advanced Materials for 3D Printing

Advanced Materials for 3D Printing

Matt Stultz

The days of being limited to ABS and PLA are over. Take your projects to new levels with new materials.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

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Getting Started with 3D Printing

Matt Griffin, Jenny Cheng, Kacie Hultgren

Attend one of our quick Getting Started with 3D Printing sessions to get a sense of the basics of how desktop 3D printers work, what you can expect to make with one right now, and how to learn more so that you can join the "3D Printing Revolution" yourself!

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

DIY Action Figures

DIY Action Figures

Essency

Make your own articulated dolls and action figures! From creating the master sculpt, to molding and casting the parts, to assembling and finishing, learn all about the tools, materials, and methods to take a figure from idea to reality.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

3D Printing in the Replica Movie Prop Community

3D Printing in the Replica Movie Prop Community

Todd Blatt

A look on how I use 3d printing in the world of replica movie props. I will go through the 3d modeling and 3d printing steps I took to create a replica Green Lantern ring and a replica of an antique radio, the Sonix Victory 75 for Sandtroopers.

Saturday

5:30 PM — 5:45 PM

Introduction of 3DaVinci

Introduction of 3DaVinci

William Clemons

We are a small start-up developing an application for 3D modeling that is easy to learn and intuitive to use. We have an open source portion to our code and a Software Developers Kit that Makers and developers will find interesting and useful.rn

Saturday

6:00 PM — 6:30 PM

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Getting Started with 3D Printing

Matt Griffin, Jenny Cheng, Kacie Hultgren

Attend one of our quick Getting Started with 3D Printing sessions to get a sense of the basics of how desktop 3D printers work, what you can expect to make with one right now, and how to learn more so that you can join the "3D Printing Revolution" yourself!

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

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Getting Started with 3D Printing

Matt Griffin, Jenny Cheng, Kacie Hultgren

Attend one of our quick Getting Started with 3D Printing sessions to get a sense of the basics of how desktop 3D printers work, what you can expect to make with one right now, and how to learn more so that you can join the "3D Printing Revolution" yourself!

Sunday

11:30 AM — 11:45 AM

bhold: Responsive Product Design in Action via 3D Printing

bhold: Responsive Product Design in Action via 3D Printing

Susan Taing

We are entering a new era of "responsive product design", where an idea can be mapped from concept to production more quickly than ever before and with direct feedback from consumers. bhold will illustrate with prototypes, demos & final products.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Make Before You Make: Visualization as a Key Step in the Creation Process

Make Before You Make: Visualization as a Key Step in the Creation Process

Thiago Costa

In this presentation, Lagoa CEO and co-founder Thiago Costa and designer Francis Bitoni will discuss how web-based 3D visualization is transforming the fashion and apparel design process and how this applies to makers in all fields.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Design and Modeling for 3D Printing

Design and Modeling for 3D Printing

Matthew Griffin

Matthew Griffin's "Design and Modeling for 3D Printing" (Early Release, Sept 2013) will help makers "go native" in 3D and get more out of current and future tools and technologies. This talk offers a sneak preview of the upcoming Make: Book.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

The Toy Maker: Wayne Losey

The Toy Maker: Wayne Losey

Wayne Losey, Brian Jepson

Make: Books' Brian Jepson interviews Wayne Losey, a career toy maker who over the past five years migrated from the traditional toy industry to founding his own digital-design toy company. Wayne is a cross-media designer, and tinkerer. His company, Dynamo Development Labs, is a design firm focused at the nexus of user-centered play systems, our connection to stories, and the future of toys.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

Pretty Small Prints: Working in Scale with a 3D Printer

Pretty Small Prints: Working in Scale with a 3D Printer

Kacie Hultgren

Learn how to utilize commercial and desktop 3D printers to add a new level of detail to your scale hobby. This talk covers workflows for working in scale and tips for understanding the design thresholds of various 3D printing technologies.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

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Getting Started with 3D Printing

Matt Griffin, Jenny Cheng, Kacie Hultgren

Attend one of our quick Getting Started with 3D Printing sessions to get a sense of the basics of how desktop 3D printers work, what you can expect to make with one right now, and how to learn more so that you can join the "3D Printing Revolution" yourself!

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Reverse Abstraction

Reverse Abstraction

Ashley Zelinskie

The Reverse Abstraction series attempts to bridge the gap between human and computers by constructing traditional objects in dual forms: as the classical object and as the hexadecimal and binary codes that represent them.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

3D Body Scanning

3D Body Scanning

Joey Hudy

I made a 3d body scanner for my final last year at school. I just took it to SIGGRAPH 2013 in Anaheim, CA. Everyone really liked it. I can scan you in 3d and then print you out with a 3d printer. You get a action figure of yourself!

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

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3D Printing a Mars Settlement

Casey Steuer, Bruce Mackenzie

The Mars Foundation and Aleph Objects, are using a LulzBot 3D printer at a prototype Mars base in Hawaii. This is a major breakthrough, since the polymer raw materials used in 3D printers can be made from Martian air and water.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

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Getting Started with 3D Printing

Matt Griffin, Jenny Cheng, Kacie Hultgren

Attend one of our quick Getting Started with 3D Printing sessions to get a sense of the basics of how desktop 3D printers work, what you can expect to make with one right now, and how to learn more so that you can join the "3D Printing Revolution" yourself!

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:15 PM

Why 3D Printing, Why Not Traditional Manufacturing

Why 3D Printing, Why Not Traditional Manufacturing

Susan Taing

Former Googler with experience in traditional manufacturing presents why 3D printing is the solution in the long term: better, more innovative products, a new world of independent designers and brands, more local manufacturing, less waste overall.

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Maker Shed Stage

Product demos and tech how-tos

Saturday

10:30 AM — 11:00 AM

Multirotors 101

Multirotors 101

Eric Weinhoffer

This presentation will introduce you to Multirotors -- how they work, what they're used for, and the best way for you to get started!

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Meet the ActivityBot!

Meet the ActivityBot!

Jessica Uelmen

Learn C programming, electronics, AND build a robot! Powered by the multicore Propeller microcontroller, the ActivityBot is the latest addition to the Parallax robot family. Jessica talks about the features of this new robot and future STEM plans.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Brook Drumm: 3DP for the People

Brook Drumm: 3DP for the People

Brook Drumm, David Lang

MAKE contributing editor and maker David Lang asks Printrbot CEO Brook Drumm hard questions about affordable personal 3D printer market, the future of DIY 3Dfabrication, and when exactly he's going to move Printrbot out of his garage.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Roominate: An Idea to Mass Production in 8 Months

Roominate: An Idea to Mass Production in 8 Months

Alice and Bettina

The creators of Roominate describe the process of launching their product through Maker Faire and Kickstarter, going through mass production, and building a rapidly growing business in under one year.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Learning Arduino with Robots

Learning Arduino with Robots

Michael Margolis

Building a robot and enabling it to sense its environment is a wonderful way to explore physical computing. This talk shows how Arduino makes it easy to program a robot that can roam around and perform a wide variety of tasks.rn

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

Shrinking the Size of your Arduino Projects

Shrinking the Size of your Arduino Projects

Ken Burns

TinyCircuits will be demoing some projects using the TinyDuino - a platform that has the full functionality of an Arduino Uno yet is smaller than a quarter! n

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Paint, Plug and Play. Electric Paint and Other Tales of Bare Conductive!

Paint, Plug and Play. Electric Paint and Other Tales of Bare Conductive!

Matt Johnson

Come one, come all to hear about Electric Paint and all of the amazing stuff you can do with it. Matt Johnson from Bare Conductive will be talking about Electric Paint, Paper Electronics, Kits, and some of the wild applications for this new material!

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

Solar Powered Fabric Printing

Solar Powered Fabric Printing

Jesse Genet

Come learn how to print fabric with sunlight! Customize clothing and design your own textiles using Lumi's photosensitive Inkodyes. Founder, Jesse Genet, will explain how Inkodye works and why Lumi is pioneering this new technique for DIY printing.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

BeagleBone Black: Control the Physical World with Bonescript

BeagleBone Black: Control the Physical World with Bonescript

Drew Fustini

BeagleBone Black is a $45, 1GHz computer that ships with Linux on its on-board 2GB flash and has extensive I/O capabilities. I'll demostrate how one can easily wire up LEDs, buttons & sensors using a JavaScript library called Bonescript

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

Solder Time Evolution

Solder Time Evolution

Mark Demers, Andrew Harrow

We take you though the evolution of the Solder Time family of electronics DIY hobby kits. From the original Solder:Time with 7 segment LED displays to the all new Solder : Time Desk clock.

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

Air Rockets, Folding-Wing Gliders and Air Rocket Gliders

Air Rockets, Folding-Wing Gliders and Air Rocket Gliders

Rick Schertle, Keith Violette

Some popular kits in the Maker Shed include the Compressed Air Rocket and the Folding-Wing Glider. Come hear about these kits a new one in the works called the Air Rocket Glider!

Saturday

6:00 PM — 6:30 PM

Invent to Learn

Invent to Learn

Sylvia Martinez, Gary Stager

Why can't school be more like Maker Faire? It can! Find out how to make the case for making in the classroom from the authors of the new book, Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom.

Sunday

10:30 AM — 11:00 AM

Multirotors 101

Multirotors 101

Eric Weinhoffer

This presentation will introduce you to Multirotors -- how they work, what they're used for, and the best way for you to get started!

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Meet the ActivityBot!

Meet the ActivityBot!

Jessica Uelmen

Learn C programming, electronics, AND build a robot! Powered by the multicore Propeller microcontroller, the ActivityBot is the latest addition to the Parallax robot family. Jessica talks about the features of this new robot and future STEM plans.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Brook Drumm: 3DP for the People

Brook Drumm: 3DP for the People

Brook Drumm, David Lang

MAKE contributing editor and maker David Lang asks Printrbot CEO Brook Drumm hard questions about affordable personal 3D printer market, the future of DIY 3Dfabrication, and when exactly he's going to move Printrbot out of his garage.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Solder Time Evolution

Solder Time Evolution

Mark Demers, Andrew Harrow

We take you though the evolution of the Solder Time family of electronics DIY hobby kits. From the original Solder:Time with 7 segment LED displays to the all new Solder : Time Desk clock.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

Shrinking the Size of your Arduino Projects

Shrinking the Size of your Arduino Projects

Ken Burns

TinyCircuits will be demoing some projects using the TinyDuino - a platform that has the full functionality of an Arduino Uno yet is smaller than a quarter! n

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Paint, Plug and Play. Electric Paint and Other Tales of Bare Conductive!

Paint, Plug and Play. Electric Paint and Other Tales of Bare Conductive!

Matt Johnson

Come one, come all to hear about Electric Paint and all of the amazing stuff you can do with it. Matt Johnson from Bare Conductive will be talking about Electric Paint, Paper Electronics, Kits, and some of the wild applications for this new material!

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

Roominate: An Idea to Mass Production in 8 Months

Roominate: An Idea to Mass Production in 8 Months

Alice and Bettina

The creators of Roominate describe the process of launching their product through Maker Faire and Kickstarter, going through mass production, and building a rapidly growing business in under one year.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Sphero: The Ball. Evolved.

Sphero: The Ball. Evolved.

Bryan Rowe

Introducing Sphero 2.0. Now faster, brighter, and smarter than ever. The future of gaming is here. Choose from over 25 apps and launch a whole new world of mobile gameplay. Drive Sphero like never before, turn your surroundings into a video game with

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

BeagleBone Black: Control the Physical World with Bonescript

BeagleBone Black: Control the Physical World with Bonescript

Drew Fustini

BeagleBone Black is a $45, 1GHz computer that ships with Linux on its on-board 2GB flash and has extensive I/O capabilities. I'll demostrate how one can easily wire up LEDs, buttons & sensors using a JavaScript library called Bonescript

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

The latest from Ultimaker R&D

The latest from Ultimaker R&D

Erik de Bruijn

You'll learn all about the state-of-the art of 3D printing by Ultimaker. We'll be explaining dual extrusion, sharing and creating 3D models online and other brand new development you shouldn't miss!

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Maker Square

Design, craft, sustainability and domestic arts

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Upcycle movie film into a lamp shade, gift bow, and more!

Upcycle movie film into a lamp shade, gift bow, and more!

Tiffany Threadgould

Movie film is a blockbuster material to work with. Here you'll learn how to upcycle the film into a light fixture. For the first 20 guests, we'll have precut film strip pieces ready to transform into a gift bow that you can make and take with you.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

DIY Home Roasting Coffee

DIY Home Roasting Coffee

Elissa Shevinsky

Roasting your own coffee is not only economical, it's awesome! We'll cover the basics of home roasting, including affordable equipment to get you started & tips on creating the perfect roast. Ends with samples for the audience!

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Hand Cut Dovetails: Give Project Enclosures an Extra WOW

Hand Cut Dovetails: Give Project Enclosures an Extra WOW

Nicholas Phillips

Creative projects deserve sturdy, stylish enclosures. Learn how to cut the classic corner joint. All you need are a good saw, a sharp chisel, ruler and pencil.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Engineering for English Majors

Engineering for English Majors

Kathy Ceceri and Steve Nordhauser, Steve Nordhauser

Engineering is really just figuring out how to solve a problem with limited information. Engineer Steve Nordhauser and English Major Kathy Ceceri take you through the 8 steps needed to approach any problem in language everybody can understand.

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

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The Good Life Lab: Digital Homesteader Tools

Mikey Sklar

Mikey and his partner Wendy ditched their careers in New York City to move to rural New Mexico, where they made, built, invented, foraged, and grew all they needed to live self-sufficiently. Here Mikey discusses the technical knowledge used to run a digital homestead.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

Don’t Forget Your Camera: Lessons Learned in Documentation

Don’t Forget Your Camera: Lessons Learned in Documentation

Elizabeth Fuller

Fuzzy photographs of circuits from 5 years ago are useless. Learn why, what, and how to document your next great project. Elizabeth will share opportunities missed, lessons learned, specific tips for documenting your next great project.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

Dumpster + Design = Home Sweet Home

Dumpster + Design = Home Sweet Home

Jeff Wilson, PhD

What happens when a zany professor challenges students to help transform his used dumpster into a sustainable home? You might be surprised. Come learn how an interactive trashcan lab will take math, science and sustainability ed to the next level!

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Anyone can write

Anyone can write

Alex Steele

I am with Gotham Writers' Workshop, a prominent school of creative writing, offering classes in NYC and online. I will give a brief presentation on creative writing, demonstrating how anyone is loaded with stories to tell, true and fictional.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

Means to an End: The Convergence of Japanese and Western Woodworking Tools

Means to an End: The Convergence of Japanese and Western Woodworking Tools

Wilbur Pan

Despite the obvious differences between Japanese and western woodworking tools, there are striking similarities between the two worlds, with implications for makers everywhere looking for the best method of work.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

Making Sense of Air Sensing

Making Sense of Air Sensing

Tim Dye

Air pollution harms millions of people and shortens lives. Technology & Maker efforts now let people, not just governments, develop & deploy their own monitors. Learn why you'd want to measure air pollution and see current examples.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Bio-Sensing: The Y in DIY

Bio-Sensing: The Y in DIY

Sean Montgomery

Bio-sensing, from FitBit to webcams to the latest concepts in home-office and automobiles, is changing the future of health, wellness, social interaction, education and marketing. Why should the DIY community care and what can YOU do about it?n

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

Video Game Plushies: How-To Generate Sewing Patterns from 3D Models

Video Game Plushies: How-To Generate Sewing Patterns from 3D Models

Jenny C

Video games are awesome. They come with beautifully textured 3D models ripe for turning into plushies. This talk aims to explain my process of algorithmically generating sewing patterns from these 3D models, using Python.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

Hate Couture

Hate Couture

Roopa Vasudevan

Hate Couture is a series of high-fashion pieces created by analyzing the usage and context of hate speech on the Internet. I will discuss the process of making the garments, from scraping the data through the creation of the fabric and clothing.

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

Sock Puppet Madness with Marty

Sock Puppet Madness with Marty

Marty Allen

Marty Allen, author of the critically acclaimed how-to book "Sock Puppet Madness," will demonstrate basic techniques for not only building your own sock puppet, but for making a comic character to go with your creation.

Saturday

6:00 PM — 7:00 PM

Bash the Trash Demo Show

Bash the Trash Demo Show

John Bertles

Bash the Trash builds, performs and educates with instruments made from reused materials. Our performers take participants on a journey of science, sound and sustainability, using demonstration, hands-on participation and group performance.

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Bite Your Tongue

Bite Your Tongue

Patricia Walker

I have a device that is made to keep from people biting their tongue while sleeping.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Energy on Tap: Emergency and Supplemental Power

Energy on Tap: Emergency and Supplemental Power

Bernardo Starosta

Describing our vision with practical examples and sw/hw tools on how to help the Maker movement create new energy-efficiency applications that take advantage of advances in Electric Vehicle technology when applied beyond transportation.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

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Evolution of Shelter 2.0: Lessons from Haiti

Robert Bridges

Shelter 2.0 is a digitally fabricated transitional shelter intended to serve disaster relief, homelessness, or other needs. In 2011, we installed 3 in Haiti. This talk describes the shelter, it's recent evolution, as well as the process of delivery.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Mechanical Artillery 101….Yes, You can be a Siege Engineer.

Mechanical Artillery 101….Yes, You can be a Siege Engineer.

Jeff Del Papa

Before man discovered explosives in tubes, they built a number of machines to hurl heavy objects at each other. We will go on a quick trip thru history, from Ballistae to slingshots, learning how to make modern versions of them.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

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The Good Life Lab: Radical Experiments in Hands-On Living

Wendy Tremayne

The inspirational story of how one couple ditched their careers in New York City to move to rural New Mexico, where they made, built, invented, foraged, and grew all they needed to live self-sufficiently.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

Shiny! Using Shellac to Create a Beautiful Finish

Shiny! Using Shellac to Create a Beautiful Finish

Nicholas Phillips

Creative projects deserve beautiful enclosures. Learn to shellac to leave a shiny, smooth finish on your wood.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

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Tools for Working Wood

Joel Moskowitz of Tools for Working Wood demonstrates how to sharpen woodworking tools such as chisels, plane blades, and carving tools. The tools required are minimal and can be as simple as some sheets of sandpaper.

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Build LAB: Making at the Scale of Buildings

Build LAB: Making at the Scale of Buildings

David Goldsmith

Build LAB at Virginia Tech is a trans-disciplinary environment established to take the tools and techniques of the Maker Movement and apply them to the problems of the built environment.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

Paint, Plug and Play. Electric Paint and Other Tales of Bare Conductive!

Paint, Plug and Play. Electric Paint and Other Tales of Bare Conductive!

Matt Johnson

Come one, come all to hear about Electric Paint and all of the amazing stuff you can do with it. Matt Johnson from Bare Conductive will be talking about Electric Paint, Paper Electronics, Kits, and some of the wild applications for this new material!

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

From WikiHouse to WikiFactory

From WikiHouse to WikiFactory

Nick Ierodiaconou

A brief introduction to WikiHouse (wikihouse.cc) & OpenDesk (opendesk.cc), and a call out to makers & designers to join us in building Fabbed.com - a marketplace for digitally designed products, sold online & fabbed by local makers to order.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Turning your idea into a business with Kickstarter and Ecommerce

Turning your idea into a business with Kickstarter and Ecommerce

Drew Beller

I'm a 16 year old student and I designed a 3D printed watch cover. I launched a crowd funding project to buy my own 3D printer and now started my own business. I learned a lot along the way and would like to share my many lessons learned. My Kickstarter project: http://kck.st/11yXf98

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

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How To Make Upcycled Plastic Bag Bangle Bracelets!

Stephanie Huffaker

Make your own stylin' bangle bracelets by upcycling plastic bags! It's a fun and inexpensive way to make accessories either as unique gifts or for yourself. And a great option for diverting plastic bags from the landfill!

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Make: Education Cafe

Teachers and makers on making in education

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Maker Moms Bootcamp

Maker Moms Bootcamp

Sarah Hodsdon

Equipping, Enabling, and Inspiring Moms to hack their own education in order to foster an environment that build our next generation of Makerspawn one kitchen table at a time.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Pre-Fabbers: Maker Spaces and Fab Labs as Sites for Developing STEM Capacities for Children Under Six

Pre-Fabbers: Maker Spaces and Fab Labs as Sites for Developing STEM Capacities for Children Under Six

Xavier Leonard

Presenting insights gained from research conducted during the summer of 2013 examining informal learning practices and sites aimed building STEM capacities in children 6 years old and younger.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Build An Energy Scooter with PS 107

Build An Energy Scooter with PS 107

Dr. Karen Kaun, Sharon Spencer, Julio Rivera and Students of PS 107, Bronx

Students at PS 107, Bronx, NY will teach you how to build a scooter that collects energy when it's ridden.

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

How to Teach Programming to Children

How to Teach Programming to Children

Gary Stager

Silicon Valley execs, politicians, and makers are calling for kids to u201ccode,u201d but what does that mean? A presenter with 30+ years of experience will explore the how, what, and why of teaching programming to children in a developmentally appropriate fashion so they learn a lot more than how to code.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

Arduino for Educators forum: How can we help you teach with and about Arduino?

Arduino for Educators forum: How can we help you teach with and about Arduino?

Michael Shiloh

Arduino was developed for education, and a we have a strong mission to support educators teaching with and about Arduino. This presentation is an opportunity for educatos to tell the Arduino company what support they would like us to provide.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

Open your Garage and Open Kids’ Minds

Open your Garage and Open Kids’ Minds

Erik Herman

Is your garage full of stuff you haven't touched in years? Are the kids in your neighborhood bored? (Do you ever even see your neighbors?) It's time to turn that space into a neighborhood science workshop and turn that VCR into an adventure.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Garden Gadgets

Garden Gadgets

Evren Uzer

This presentation will summarize the public workshops of Pratt Institute PSPD on environmental issues that has used design and technology and will focus on community engagement aspect of garden gadgets project that utilizes Arduino.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

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Major in Making in College

Micah Lande, Shawn Jordan

Sharing learnings from Arizona State's College of Technology and Innovation, Micah Lande and Shawn Jordan will talk about the growing popularity of college programs for Makers to build and create.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Squishy Circuits

Squishy Circuits

Sage Thomas, AnnMarie Thomas

Come make circuits using conductive and insulating play dough. In this hands-on session a young maker will show you some of her favorite Squishy Circuit activities and help you try them out! Children and families welcome! NOTE: Workshop will meet at Make: Education Cafe, and adjourn to an adjacent workshop space.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 5:00 PM

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Saturday

4:00 PM — 5:00 PM

Making in the Classroom: Reports from the front lines

Making in the Classroom: Reports from the front lines

Jaymes Dec, Ryan Cain, Tracy Rudzitis, Jim Tiffin Jr., Josh Burker, Sean Wheeler

This panel will gather several outstanding K-12 educators who are using making in their classrooms. We will share some of our favorite student projects and talk about the benefits and challenges of having a makerspace for a classroom.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

Maker Corps: A Summer of Making in Philadelphia

Maker Corps: A Summer of Making in Philadelphia

Ryan Barnes

A retrospective look on the effectiveness of 'maker education' outreach programs in underserved communities, by exploring 5 unique spaces and teachers throughout Philadelphia and their Maker Corp summer programs.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Teaching Color Theory and Painting Techniques through Circuitry

Teaching Color Theory and Painting Techniques through Circuitry

Paola Guimerans

The author describes how a do-it-yourself kit which she has been designing to familiarize non-technical audiences to learn about circuitry and novel materials, also provides new alternative avenues to teach color theory and painting techniques.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

MAKE’s Young Makers Program

MAKE’s Young Makers Program

Rick Schertle

Young Makers, co-founded by MAKE's founder Dale Dougherty just completed it's third year. The program exists nationally, but Young Makers has taken off in the Bay Area. Come hear our story from California and how you can start your own group!

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

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Pop Up Labs: Robotics Classes in a Backpack

Chelsey Roebuck, Kevin Smith

ELiTE has hacked Motorola Lapdocks and Raspberry Pi computers to create mobile computer labs packaged in backpacks. These backpacks will travel to remote communities around the world to pilot classes in CS, mechatronics, and robotics.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:45 PM

Hand Tools for Little Hands: Woodworking with Young Makers

Hand Tools for Little Hands: Woodworking with Young Makers

David Wells, Janella Watson

NYSCI's Maker Space presents woodworking for makers of all ages. Families are invited to explore hand tools and materials, practice using hammers, nails and sandpaper, and use their creative skills to design and build their own wooden creation.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

Maker Corps: Cultivating Makers and Creativity in Our Pilot Year and Beyond

Maker Corps: Cultivating Makers and Creativity in Our Pilot Year and Beyond

Steve Davee

The Maker Education Initiative's Maker Corps has just concluded an extremely successful pilot year, and is now recruiting Host Sites for expansion in 2014. Find our more about the program from staff, Maker Corp Mentors and Host Site representatives.

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Teaching Creativity: Can It Be Done? Yes & No!

Teaching Creativity: Can It Be Done? Yes & No!

Marc de Vinck

Can you teach creativity? Some may argue that you can't, but some say you can. I agree with both of these answers, and I'll explain why in this brief look at how I teach creativity at Lehigh University.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:45 PM

Learn It, Do It, Share It: How to Get ALL Kids to Become the Techies of Tomorrow

Learn It, Do It, Share It: How to Get ALL Kids to Become the Techies of Tomorrow

Beth Rosenberg, Melissa Morgenlander, PETA Clarke, Donna Knut, Jocelyn Leavitt

If learning to code really is the new literacy---then how are we going to get ALL students to Learn It, Do It and Share It? This presentation will highlight three organizations that are teaching all kinds of kids the technology skills of the 21st c.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Arduino for Educators forum: How can we help you teach with and about Arduino?

Arduino for Educators forum: How can we help you teach with and about Arduino?

Michael Shiloh

Arduino was developed for education, and a we have a strong mission to support educators teaching with and about Arduino. This presentation is an opportunity for educatos to tell the Arduino company what support they would like us to provide.

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

Making We Are Makers

Making We Are Makers

Kyle Dickson, James Langford

We Are Makers is a short documentary introducing the people and places taking making mainstream. We'll share the way the film has sparked discussions about learning by doing in K-20 education and directed planning for a university makerspace.

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Make HQ

Saturday

10:00 AM — 10:30 AM

Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Reclaimed & Recycled Art and Products

Reclaimed & Recycled Art and Products

Joe owns Renga Arts -- a store/gallery that offers art and products made from reclaimed, re-used, and re-imagined materials. As well as showcasing the work of talented artisans, Joe also actively creates work along the same lines.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Making the Maker Trainer

Making the Maker Trainer

Lucas Weakley is a 17-year-old Eagle Scout who will be a senior next year in the Engineering and Manufacturing Institute for Technology (EMIT) at Forest High School in Ocala, Fla. He's been fascinated with making things ever since he was little and played around with Lego (he still does). As he got older, Lucas became more interested in flight and got his first RC plane for his ninth birthday. Recently he's been designing and building his own planes and now hosts a YouTube show called BusyBee TV, a biweekly show where he does reviews, how-tos, scratch builds, and other things related with the hobby.

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy is the creator of a new MAKE video series called DiResta, which showcases Jimmy in the shop doing what he does bestu2014following his muse and making magic with a shop-full of power tools, artisan's skill, and lots of flourish.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 4:00 PM

Mario the Magician

Mario the Magician

Mario the Magician is an NYC performer for the young and young-at-heart, with a penchant for slapstick and a hidden infrastructure of electronic madness.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Making the Maker Trainer

Making the Maker Trainer

Lucas Weakley is a 17-year-old Eagle Scout who will be a senior next year in the Engineering and Manufacturing Institute for Technology (EMIT) at Forest High School in Ocala, Fla. He's been fascinated with making things ever since he was little and played around with Lego (he still does). As he got older, Lucas became more interested in flight and got his first RC plane for his ninth birthday. Recently he's been designing and building his own planes and now hosts a YouTube show called BusyBee TV, a biweekly show where he does reviews, how-tos, scratch builds, and other things related with the hobby.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy is the creator of a new MAKE video series called DiResta, which showcases Jimmy in the shop doing what he does bestu2014following his muse and making magic with a shop-full of power tools, artisan's skill, and lots of flourish.

Sunday

10:00 AM — 10:30 AM

Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy is the creator of a new MAKE video series called DiResta, which showcases Jimmy in the shop doing what he does bestu2014following his muse and making magic with a shop-full of power tools, artisan's skill, and lots of flourish.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Making the Maker Trainer

Making the Maker Trainer

Lucas Weakley is a 17-year-old Eagle Scout who will be a senior next year in the Engineering and Manufacturing Institute for Technology (EMIT) at Forest High School in Ocala, Fla. He's been fascinated with making things ever since he was little and played around with Lego (he still does). As he got older, Lucas became more interested in flight and got his first RC plane for his ninth birthday. Recently he's been designing and building his own planes and now hosts a YouTube show called BusyBee TV, a biweekly show where he does reviews, how-tos, scratch builds, and other things related with the hobby.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 4:00 PM

Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley

Sunday

2:00 PM — 4:00 PM

Mario the Magician

Mario the Magician

Mario the Magician is an NYC performer for the young and young-at-heart, with a penchant for slapstick and a hidden infrastructure of electronic madness.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy DiResta

Jimmy is the creator of a new MAKE video series called DiResta, which showcases Jimmy in the shop doing what he does bestu2014following his muse and making magic with a shop-full of power tools, artisan's skill, and lots of flourish.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Reclaimed & Recycled Art and Products

Reclaimed & Recycled Art and Products

Joe owns Renga Arts -- a store/gallery that offers art and products made from reclaimed, re-used, and re-imagined materials. As well as showcasing the work of talented artisans, Joe also actively creates work along the same lines.

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

Making the Maker Trainer

Making the Maker Trainer

Lucas Weakley is a 17-year-old Eagle Scout who will be a senior next year in the Engineering and Manufacturing Institute for Technology (EMIT) at Forest High School in Ocala, Fla. He's been fascinated with making things ever since he was little and played around with Lego (he still does). As he got older, Lucas became more interested in flight and got his first RC plane for his ninth birthday. Recently he's been designing and building his own planes and now hosts a YouTube show called BusyBee TV, a biweekly show where he does reviews, how-tos, scratch builds, and other things related with the hobby.

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Circus Warehouse

Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

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Coke Zero & Mentos Stage

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains

Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains

See the original Internet sensation LIVE! Geysers of soda shoot over twenty feet into the air in this spectacular mint-powered version of the Bellagio Fountains.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains

Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains

See the original Internet sensation LIVE! Geysers of soda shoot over twenty feet into the air in this spectacular mint-powered version of the Bellagio Fountains.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains

Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains

See the original Internet sensation LIVE! Geysers of soda shoot over twenty feet into the air in this spectacular mint-powered version of the Bellagio Fountains.

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Life-Sized Mousetrap

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

Sunday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

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Power Wheels Racetrack

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

Power Racing Series

Power Racing Series

Annual racing series where teams from all over the country build up kids' toys and race them on a track for hundreds of cheering fans. All for less than $500.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

Power Racing Series

Power Racing Series

Annual racing series where teams from all over the country build up kids' toys and race them on a track for hundreds of cheering fans. All for less than $500.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Power Racing Series

Power Racing Series

Annual racing series where teams from all over the country build up kids' toys and race them on a track for hundreds of cheering fans. All for less than $500.

Saturday

6:00 PM — 6:30 PM

Power Racing Series

Power Racing Series

Annual racing series where teams from all over the country build up kids' toys and race them on a track for hundreds of cheering fans. All for less than $500.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

Power Racing Series

Power Racing Series

Annual racing series where teams from all over the country build up kids' toys and race them on a track for hundreds of cheering fans. All for less than $500.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

Power Racing Series

Power Racing Series

Annual racing series where teams from all over the country build up kids' toys and race them on a track for hundreds of cheering fans. All for less than $500.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 5:00 PM

Power Racing Series

Power Racing Series

Annual racing series where teams from all over the country build up kids' toys and race them on a track for hundreds of cheering fans. All for less than $500.

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Rocket Stage

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

Peculiar Density Demonstration

Peculiar Density Demonstration

New York Hall of Science Explainers

New York Hall of Science Explainers will demonstrate the amazing aspects of density with heavy gas and invisible solids.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

SciMix Demonstration

SciMix Demonstration

New York Hall of Science Explainers

New York Hall of Science Explainers display a variety of science activities. Come check out a hair raising experience as we experiment with static electricity and more!

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

Peculiar Density Demonstration

Peculiar Density Demonstration

New York Hall of Science Explainers

New York Hall of Science Explainers will demonstrate the amazing aspects of density with heavy gas and invisible solids.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

Peculiar Density Demonstration

Peculiar Density Demonstration

New York Hall of Science Explainers

New York Hall of Science Explainers will demonstrate the amazing aspects of density with heavy gas and invisible solids.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

SciMix Demonstration

SciMix Demonstration

New York Hall of Science Explainers

New York Hall of Science Explainers display a variety of science activities. Come check out a hair raising experience as we experiment with static electricity and more!

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

Peculiar Density Demonstration

Peculiar Density Demonstration

New York Hall of Science Explainers

New York Hall of Science Explainers will demonstrate the amazing aspects of density with heavy gas and invisible solids.

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