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bitwise E-textiles

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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.


Blockuits

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Blockuits is a set of large, foam building blocks with electronic outputs. Additionally, this toy is multi-sensory, with musical, multi-colored and multi-shaped blocks, colored LEDs, various textures and vibration motors.


Blokify

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Blokify building 3d modeling iOS application that allows everyone, including children to quickly and easily make a mental image into a virtual creation via our block based modeling system.


BlueStamp Engineering High School Program

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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.


BoB The Biped

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BoB The Biped A 3D printed, Four servo Biped


Brooklyn Robot Foundry

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Come build robots with us! We offer weekend classes, after school programs, summer sessions, open play and birthday parties. We also have a retail shop that specializes in cool engineering toys, games and gear.


Build An Energy Scooter with PS 107

Presenter

Fourth and fifth grade students at PS 107 have built scooters from scratch and designed devices to capture and harness the scooters' energy when they are ridden. Come to our presentation and we will share our designs with you.


Build LAB: Making at the Scale of Buildings

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Founded in 2013 in the Myers-Lawson School of Building Construction, Build LAB is focused on applying digital production and manufacturing techniques at the small and medium scale to the big problems of construction. Product development, industrial design, information technology, and DIY have all found innovations using these tools and techniques, buildings are next.
This presentation covers the LAB from founding and benchmarking through establishment and equipping with a focus on the process of creating an intentional community of innovation.


Cafeteria Culture- Alternative Messaging- Giant no-styro Puppets

Performer

No Styro-Giant back-pack and pole puppets made from thousands of used (and washed) plastic foam school lunch trays, turning the topic of garbage into a sexy sustainability topic.


Caipei Cao, Hanfang Cao

Performer

We are couple with age of over 70.nWe are inventor and maker.nThe devices for performing include a lot of invention and hands on making.nThe promotion is for inspire the student intelligencen


Capturing Dinosaurs

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Come join education staff from the American Museum of Natural History to work with youth-developed 3D dinosaur bones and construct your own diorama.


Central Jersey Robotics Group

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Students present Sumo Robots; "How to Talk to a Robot" Visual Basic robotics instruction; Solid Doodle; Sumo Robots & ESRA 3-D printed Robot Head on Thingiverse; Hack-A-Toy robot construction techniques; Raspi PiFace Digital


Children Are Teaching Adults to Make Again

Presenter

Ayah Bdeir, founder and CEO of littleBits, has long been a part of the maker movement and has lead several STEAM initiatives. She has observed how quickly young children can take to building with electronics and craft materials. A child's innate desire to create and transcend boundaries is something adults can learn from.
In this presentation, Ayah will combine the lessons she's learned with ongoing trends. She will also announce the winners of the littleBits Global Makeathon.


Children as Makers, Makers as Children

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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.


Chopsticking

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A two player board game designed to test and improve one's chopsticking skills. While the sushi bowl spins, each player has 30 seconds to pick up as much sushi as possible while accurately holding the chopsticks.


City Tech Makers

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City Tech Makers will bring Wresting Robots, Hand-controlled Candy Crane, City Tech Segway, Remote-controlled Robotic Hand, and Digilent Land Projects to this Year's NY Maker Faire


Clemons Coding Company

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Clemons Coding Company is the creator of 3DaVinci, an easy to learn, intuitive to use 3D CAD software application made specifically for 3D printers and average people - created so you can bring ideas from your head to your hands. CCC is at MakerFaire to introduce 3DaVinci to the Maker community and to get input on desired product features while it is being developed.


CoLaboratory Projects at UNIS

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Elementary School Maker Projects from United Nations International School's CoLaboratory.


Deezmaker 3D Printers

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Deezmaker manufactures the popular and robust Bukobot 3D Printer and Bukito Portable 3D Printer starting at $699. We pride ourselves in making quality products. We were the first walk-in retail 3D printer store and hackerspace on the west coast providing 3D printers, 3D printing services, classes and 3D printing supplies to the Los Angeles area.


Delta Faucet

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At Delta Faucet, we believe there are better ways to experience water. This conviction goes beyond design to incorporate smart thinking that anticipates people's needs - from the intuitive capacitance technology inside our touch faucets to the science of fluidics, which helps shape every drop of water in our H2Okinetic showers. Visit us at Maker Faire to meet the engineers behind our most popular innovations and experience the cutting edge of water technology in the home for yourself.