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LIB3: Open Hardware Designs and Agile PCBA

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LIB3 makes SMT PCB manufacturing available to hobbyists and small businesses with a unique workflow tailored for prototype and small-run volumes. Come see our work and watch our OSHW solder paste robot build you a circuit.


Lightly Aural Shrine

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Through our installation, we aim to to incite curiosity by providing an environment that stimulates visual, audible, & tactile perceptions.


Lockpick Village – Presented by TOOOL

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Want to tinker with locks and tools, the likes of which you've only seen in movies featuring cat burglars or secret agents? Then come to TOOOL's Lockpick Village, where you will learn hands-on how physical security operates.


Make your Ideas Happen!

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At Arizona State University's College of Technology and Innovation we make ideas happen. Come check out example projects from our innovative students. Make something yourself!


Make Your Own Soap

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Learn how to make a bar of soap using a glycerin base you can easilyrnmelt and pour. You choose the color, fragrance & toy & will go home with a completed soap! This is a easy, fun & creative project that is great for kids.


Makers Toolbox

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Electronic and construction learning kits: "Scribbler", a drawing robot, and "Proptractor", a propeller driven tractor like vehicle tethered to a control panel.


Makey goes big!

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O Yeah Toys, the makers of the Glow Cathedral and other large inflatables, have made large inflatable Maker Faire Robots for World Maker Faire. Come see them in New York!


Making Machines that Make

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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.


MFADT: Parsons the New School for Design

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Faculty, students, and recent alumni, of Design + Technology in the School of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons the New School for Design will exhibit a range of projects.


Mildred the trompe l’oeil sea monster

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Mildred the sea monsters demonstrates how two dimensional painting can appear three dimensional, and be created by human hands. No computer graphics necessary.


Motion Controlled Marionettes

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A wireless hand controlled puppet demo using the Leap Motion Input Device


MOUSE Corps & United Cerebral Palsy: 4 Innovations

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NYC High School students in the MOUSE Corps technology design program share 4 Legacy Project prototypes: Art Squared, Extend-a-Arm, JoyPix, & Mixing Buddy. Projects solve unique challenges facing people with Cerebral Palsy.


MYBELL

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MYBELL is a customizable electronic bicycle bell which projects user selected tones at increased volumes, think ringtones for your bike. Cyclists with MYBELL will get noticed and stand out, through the use of its LED lighting


Nerdy Derby

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The Nerdy Derby is a no-rules miniature car building and racing competition inspired by the Cub Scouts' Pinewood Derby. It is a creative teaching platform for kids to stay activity curious and get immediate tangible results.


NYC Resistor Presents Future Crew!

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NYC Resistor is bringing Future Crew to Maker Faire! Flip switches! Push buttons! Use a variety of retro-futuristic consoles to manipulate the timestream and save the universe!


NYSCI Village: Little Makers-Superhero Science

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Little Makers' Superhero Science invites participants to make a super gadget. Makers: NYSCI's Early Childhood and Family Programs team


Off-Grid Solar Lighting Kits

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Off-grid solar lighting systems to light up pretty much any space. Learn about solar power with these easy to install kits.


Ohm Wrestling

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A human powered, collaborative competition of arm wrestling with two mechanical arms which are powered by human energy harvesting mechanisms.


Open Source Smarthome: Help Me Now!

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An arduino and raspberry pi smart home capable of controlling many different appliences and providing info.


Open Wire Lab DIY Kits

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Make your own sensor with an iron and a pair of scissors! DIY kits available at Open Wire Lab.


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