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Freematics

Exhibit

Freematics stands for Free Telematics. The goal of this project is to make it possible, accessible, affordable to carry out all kinds of vehicle telematics projects with open-source hardware, more specifically Arduino.


Garrett Wade

Exhibit

Our Mission Since 1975 - The Garrett Wade philosophy is simple: to find and bring you unique tools and other hands-on products of exceptional quality and solid value, in terms of design, materials, and workmanship-in short: tools that will improve your work, enrich your life and, hopefully, make your heart beat just a little bit faster.
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Getting Started with Arduino

Presenter

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.


Giant Dynamic Interactive Origami Sculpture

Exhibit

My project is a giant motorized origami sculpture. This sculpture is made out of a single sheet of folded paper, wires and various electronic components.


GrannyCam

Exhibit

GrannyCam is a safe, durable, videophone for kids and their grandparents. Wireless, portable, one-touch, the device is designed to be friendly and simple for both seniors and their toddler grandchildren to video chat anytime.


Guess the Word* Contest

Exhibit

A single player game that tests your ability to guess the missing letter in a word. You are provided two clues, the meaning of the word and a fleeting display of all letters of the word in order, except one shown as star.


Homemade 3d printer

Exhibit

A 3d printer, cnc machine, 3d scanner, and drawing robot all combined in one miraculous machine.


InMoov Lives! 3D printed humanoid animatronic bot

Exhibit

InMoov is an Open Source 3D printable animatronic robot. It was designed by Gael Langevin, but this build is by Chuck Fletcher. This particular InMoov will display eye tracking, Kinect and Leap Motion control.


Introducing the “T MAX 2.0″ 3D Printer

Exhibit

Introducing the "T MAX 2.0" 3D Printer - a fully open-source 3D Printer featuring 640 cu. in. build area (8"x8"x10"), heat-up time under 3 minutes, newly redesigned parts, and an innovative portable touchscreen display.


Ithaca Generator

Exhibit

Ithaca Generator is a makerspace in Ithaca, NY. We will be showcasing an LED matrix running the Game of Life, a gravity development board and crate bots.


Jolly Roger Labs

Exhibit

Jolly Rogers Labs - Simplified Learning and Prototyping.


KARTS for Vets – Kinect and Arduino Rehab System

Exhibit

A Microsoft Kinect and Arduino based rehabilitation system to help injured veterans in physical therapy. A hardware-software prototype, with feedback to power limb movement and exercises at home in a game like fashion,


Kinect Robotic Arm

Exhibit

Kinect-enabled robotic arm to mimic visitor's movement and share with friends.rnGiant 14-foot hackable LED art installation.


Lagoa

Exhibit

Lagoa is the world's first web-based platform for photoreal 3D visualization and rendering. Fast and powerful, Lagoa enables artists, designers, engineers, architects and advertisers to collaborate while producing spectacular 3D content.


Light-Up Wearables

Exhibit

What do you get when you cross fashion with technology? Geekwear - fashionable wearables with soft circuits designed and sewn by KikiMaker (Annika Lo)


littleBits

Exhibit

Make something that does something! littleBits are award-winning color-coded Bits modules that snap together magnetically to build simple circuits and inventive projects in seconds. Stop by our booth to attend a workshop and check out our brand new collection of Kits.


LucidTronix

Exhibit

LucidTronix designs fun gadgets that are transparent, open-source, and hackable. We make wearable electronics, LED displays, clocks, and game players. We share our code and designs so you can learn and collaborate with us!


Makeblock

Exhibit

Makeblock is an open source robot construction platform, most of parts included are made of strong aluminum extrusions, customers can use it to build many kinds of really cool robots, such as wheeled or tracked vechiles, robot arms,camera sliders, music robot, XY ploter even a 3D printer.
Makeblock controller in based on Arduino, and it's compatiable with many kinds industry standard parts, also compatiable with Lego bricks.


Maker Shed

Exhibit

The official Maker Faire store, the Maker Shed, is your one stop for all levels of Makers. From Electronics & Microcontrollers such as Arduino & Raspberry Pi, to 3D Printers, Soldering and Apparel. Come check us out!


Making Sense of Air Sensing

Presenter

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.


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