Back to Meet the Makers

Iron man of maine

Exhibit

See description above


Jolly Roger Labs

Exhibit

Jolly Rogers Labs - Simplified Learning and Prototyping.


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.


Learn Electronics by Doing Kits

Exhibit

Fully Functioning Oscilloscope consisting of an array of 240 LEDs plus a test signal board used for a hands-on kit to teach Electronics from basic physics to programming a microprocessor. Also displaying a Giant HexBug.


Let’s Make Robots

Exhibit

Let's Make Robots is a free online community of robot makers. Come play with our Tadpole robots, draw with the Doodle Bots, make econoSpazzi jump out of his own body, and more. Meet robot makers and learn about making robots.


LOGi Family – FPGA Development Platform

Exhibit

The LOGi Family of FPGA development boards bring plug and play FPGA functionality to existing embedded systems including the Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone and the Arduino DUE.


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.


Makers and the Future of Prosthetic Devices

Presenter

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."


Making Machines that Make

Exhibit

Tools are the transformers which adapt us to the material of our world. Stop by and learn how to build your own computer-controlled tools to automate something that you would otherwise do by hand.


Mars Rover

Exhibit

An Arduino-based Mars Rover robot built by a father and his two teenage daughters for the New York Hall of Science.


McGraw Hill

Exhibit

"McGraw-Hill Education is the adaptive education technology leader with the vision for creating a highly personalized learning experience that prepares students of all ages for the world that awaits. Visit our booth to see the books we publish and meet our maker authors extraordinaire!
Mark Hatch/The Maker Movement Manifesto;
Thomas Willeford/The Steampunk Adventurer's Guide;
Stephen Voltz & Fritz Grobe of Eepybird.com/The Viral Video Manifesto"


Microsoft

Exhibit

Microsoft provides foundational technologies that allow people to learn new abilities, create new software, and control the emerging world of computer controlled manufacturing devices.

The Microsoft tent at Maker Faire New York will interactively demonstrate how Microsoft technologies and partners help enable people to create "workshops of the future" and realize their full potential as makers. Interactive demonstrations within our tent include easy 3D Printing from Windows 8.1, the touch-friendly programming of TouchDevelop, exciting full-size Boxing Robots, kids creating theatrical animatronic presentations, various microcontrollers, and DIY video games from Project Spark.


Mind Controller Robot

Exhibit

Control Nao 1337, the friendly humanoid robot with your mind using a brainwaves sensor.


Minnowboard

Exhibit

minnowboard.org is a community dedicated to the support of Open Hardware utilizing Intelu00ae processors. Meet the MinnowBoard, an open hardware embedded board powered by an Intel(r) Atom(tm) processor. With exceptional performance, flexibility, openness and standards, the MinnowBoard can be used for simple maker projects, yet scales up to high workloads and ambitious embedded applications. Drop by our booth and see the MinnowBoard Fish Picker-Upper in action - a robotics and computer vision demo.


MITERS

Exhibit

MITERS is MIT's student-run shop and community of people who like to make things. Located behind the MIT museum, MITERS is a small EE bench and machine shop. It's a member-run creative haven.


Modular Robotics

Exhibit

Modular Robotics makes Cubelets, a robot construction kit. We'll be offering a sneak peak of a new robot kit launching at the end of this year.


Moti for Everyday Robotics

Exhibit

Moti is a super-awesome smart motor for building real robots. Control them from an app, or program them in Arduino. We pack all the features you need inside, so you can get on with developing applications.


Motorola Mobility

Exhibit

MAKEwithMOTO is a VELCRO-clad van full of 3D printers, unlocked, hackable phones, and electronic prototyping equipment traveling the country to connect and create cool things with makers. Get in touch with your maker skills and stick a creation to the van, 3D print something cool, hack a smartphone, and share your technology dreams! In addition to these activities, the truck crew will be offer a taste of the MAKEwithMOTO experience to new Moto X owners. We have designed a set of delightful co-creation experiences for Moto X owners to make personal, one-of-a-kind gifts to complement their custom Moto X and explore the capabilities afforded by state-of-the-art 3D printing. We are calling this #MAKEwithX.


NASA

Exhibit

NASA recently announced the Asteroid Grand Challenge to "find all asteroid threats to human populations and know what to do about them". Recognizing the power of traditional and innovative collaboration u2013 including the use of public private partnerships, citizen science, crowdsourcing, and incentive prizes, NASA will lead a dialogue addressing how to best use these methods to aid in solving this global problem, together. Come program Chipsats, learn more about the Grand Challenge, and help us brainstorm solutions. Join the conversation!


Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 204 other followers