Back to Meet the Makers

3D Architectural Design & Construction

Exhibit

Students at 753K use a MakerBot Replicator 2 printer to build add-on components of their model houses which help them better understand the built world around them.


3D Design Practice

Presenter

This panel brings together talented designers Todd Blatt, Kacie Hultgren, Tony Buser, Matt Stultz and Fred Kahl - all featured in Matthew Griffin's upcoming book "Design and Modeling for 3D Printing;" (Early Release, Sept 2013). Each will share about their design practice -- how they got started, how they develop their work, what new tools and techniques they are picking up -- as well as opportunities to learn more about their design work elsewhere at this year's Faire. Moderator Griffin will also share leads for other breaking 3D-related design and printing technology attendees can check out.


3D Printed Dog Bowl Water Carrier

Exhibit

I keep my dog hydrated with this 3D printed bottle carrier that doubles as a bowl.
I designed it specifically to work with 16.9oz Poland Spring bottles - one of the more ubiquitous water bottles you can find.


3D Printed Jewelry, Blasters, & Glass accessories

Exhibit

I have made 3d printed jewelry, 3d printed space blasters, 3d printed accessories for Google Glass, 3d printed Tickle-me-Elmo in Carbonite, and lots more 3d printed things!


3D Printing in the Replica Movie Prop Community

Presenter

I got involved with the maker movement through movie prop replication. On the Replica Prop Forum, people spend a lot of time and pay incredible attention to detail to identify parts of screen used props in films and TV shows. The parts which are never identified or were created from scratch for the orignal film prop must be recreated by traditional sculpting, or now more and more with 3d printing. I will talk about how I use 3d printing to model and manufacture movie prop replicas like the green lantern ring, and will tell the story of m first movie prop replica project, recreating the Sonix Victory 75 radio used on Sandtrooper backpacks.


AeroQuad – The open source multicopter project!

Exhibit

The AeroQuad is an open source quadcopter/multicopter project which provides freely available software and hardware designs, with a friendly and helpful online community since 2009. Turn your Arduino into a flying quacopter!


Air-crafts, Hovercrafts & Quadcopters for the Masses!

Exhibit

Learn all about the physics of flight, basic circuitry, Arduinos and controlling motors by building your own cheap, easy to build, open-source, fully-functional air-crafts, hovercrafts & quadcopters. Come build one with us! Also come learn about our kickstarter project, TeslaTruck, a mobile maker-space for the masses!


AirCasting: What’s in Your Air?

Exhibit

Measure pollution levels throughout MakerFaire using personal air monitoring pods. This interactive exhibit will seek help from attendees to map out pollution levels. Learn about air quality pollution and monitoring.


Alpha-Bit: The Noise in the Machine

Exhibit

Starting with a simple square wave oscillator Chris Kaczmarek creates custom electronic instruments. Easier to build than you may think, come play with some and get inspiration on how to make your own DIY audio circuits.


Anyone Can Make a Robot!

Exhibit

Make your own robot, it's easy! Using an RC car base, a kitchen size trash bin, a lettuce container, dryer tube, and a couple of LED lights for eyes, you too can have a robot companion. Try it!


Appessories: Bridging the Digital to the Physical with Bluetooth Technology

Presenter

'Appcessories' enable people to interact with technology like never before by helping to customize and improve the experience on their tablets, smartphones and mobile devices. In this session, we'll cover several things.
What is an appcessory?
Potential market and how Bluetooth can enable your solutions
Overview of how to get started with Bluetooth technologies from a developer's point of viewnnCome and see how Bluetooth Smart can help you deliver amazing connected experiences to your creations!


Arduino

Exhibit

Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists and anyone interested in creating interactive objects.


Arduino Cookbook

Exhibit

Arduino lets you build things that interact with the physical world. With the Arduino Cookbook, you can dive right in. Join the author in the Maker Shed to see some projects from the book, and chat with him and other Arduino


Autodesk

Exhibit

Autodesk 123D is free software integrated with content and fabrication services. At Maker Faire NY Autodesk will be hosting a hands on makerspace where participants can have hands on experiences with our free apps and 3d printers. We also will be hosting an educational hack-a-thon where educators will be answering the question ""How do you use a 3D printer in your classroom?


B9Creations

Exhibit

The B9Creator is an open source hardware/software high resolution 3D Printer. The B9Creator combines innovative methods with off the shelf DLP technology to produce parts that compare with machines costing thousands more. A wide range of photo-polymer based resins can be used to obtain the material properties desired. From resins that are suitable for lost wax casting applications to very reactive "fast grow" resins for quick proto-typing. No other machine comes close to offering the flexibility and low entry cost. Launched in early spring of 2012, the B9Creator has been delivered and is in use by hundreds of satisfied users already and enjoys the largest resin based printer user community anywhere. Don't wait any longer, get printing "hi-res" today!


Bigshot Camera for Education

Exhibit

This is a DIY digital camera that has been designed to expose kids to science concepts and the art of photography.


Bigshot: The Digital Camera for Education

Presenter

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.


Binomica Labs biohacking projects

Exhibit

Binomica Labs- come check out our biological circuits! First 5 visitors/day get complementary DNA sequencing for either barcoding DNA or a portion of your own mtDNA hypervariable region!


bitwise E-textiles

Exhibit

bitwise E-textiles teaches electronics through sewing. Kits are available for makers of all ages and skill levels. Visitors can interact with a light-sensitive plushes and try to build their own circuit at the booth.


BlueStamp Engineering High School Program

Exhibit

The BlueStamp Engineering: Where Students Create! rnEach student finds their own individual project builds it over 6 weeks with supporting videos and documentation under the supervision of experienced makers.


Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 266 other followers