This year’s program is jam-packed with fun, interactive exhibits and presentations. Check out the schedule below, download the printed program guide, view a map of the Event Center, and get the Meet the Makers page.

Ideas and voices from the Maker Movement

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

43848

43848

Keith Cowing

In April 2014 Cowing's team set about bringing the 36 year old ISEE-3 back to operational health. About ready to resume science research, the ISEE-3 revival project will be the first citizen science, crowd funded, crowd sourced, interplanetary space science mission.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 1:55 PM

41286

41286

David Miller

The Apollo missions blazed a path to deep space, and today NASA is working on the next giant leap: our path to Mars. But unlike the Apollo missions, where the public could only watch, we want you to get involved and be a part of the journey.

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

42376

42376

Betty Ray

Making is completely transforming the way kids learn and is offering many exciting new models to educators. In this presentation, we'll see innovative examples of making in classrooms, plus tips for initiating a maker program in school, and beyond.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

43856

43856

Dean Kamen

Dean Kamen holds more than 440 U.S. and foreign patents and has improved thousands of lives through his health care inventions. But one of Dean's proudest accomplishments is founding FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), an organization dedicated to motivating the next generation to understand, use and enjoy science and technology.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

43865

43865

Tony DeRose

In 2010, Pixar partnered with Make: and the Exploratorium to create the Young Makers Program. The program brings together a community of adult mentors and youth ages 8-18 of varying backgrounds, interests, and skill levels to create ambitious open-ended projects. Tony DeRose, a co-founder of the program, will highlight a number of past projects, discuss why Pixar is participating, and describe how you can get involved.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

43893

43893

Jon Ronson

Jon presents a one-man show ''Frank Story'' telling the true story behind the new acclaimed fictionalized movie co-written by him and starring Michael Fassbender and Maggie Gyllenhaal. This is a tribute to outsider artists too wonderfully strange to ever make it in the mainstream.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

43248

43248

Jim Chase

Learn about the new Intel Edison technology and how this small development board, paired with a number of expansion boards, software, and cloud capabilities, can support the thousands of ideas on the cusp of being invented.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

41547

41547

James Adams

James Adams, Director of Hardware Engineering at Raspberry Pi, in conversation with Make: magazine's Matt Richardson. Hear about development, applications and implications of the credit-card sized computer.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

43904

43904

Massimo Banzi

Learn about the latest developments in Arduino open-source microcontroller from Massimo Banzi, co-founder of the Arduino Project.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

42746

42746

Mike Senese

Executive Editor of Make: magazine Mike Senese will survey the various practical and beneficial ways consumer drones are being employed today: tracking endangered species, searching for missing persons, disaster area mapping and surveying, and more.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

45692

45692

Kevin Pereira, Brooke van Poppelen

Join hosts of truTV's Hack My Life, Kevin Pereira and Brooke van Poppelen, as they talk about how this new show came to be. Come meet Kevin & Brooke and even be a part of our live hacker demo competition. Hack My Life coming to truTV January 2015.

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

43910

43910

Woody Flowers, AnnMarie Thomas

What role can making play in developing a generation know for their gracious professionalism and ability to actively make a difference in the world around them? Woodie and AnnMarie will discuss how being a maker allows us to mix technology and society in a way that relates to the concept of a liberal education for the 21st Century.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

43922

43922

Peter Hirshberg, Eric Gertler

There is a great deal of activity that's happening in urban environments across the country, often driven by forces such as a new urbanism. What kind of coordinated action can be made to accelerate and sustain the new Maker City?

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

38008

38008

Fred Kahl

Fred Kahl, aka Coney Island's famed Great Fredini will share his exploration of 3D printing, including invention of a full body 3D scanning rig, the Scan-A-Rama 3D Portrait Studio, and creation of the Worlds Largest Desktop 3D Printed artwork.

Saturday

6:00 PM — 7:00 PM

45662

45662

Yu Hsiu, Yang

Maker is a new feature-length documentary film that looks into the Maker Movement and its impact on society, culture and economy in the U.S.

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

44654

44654

Genevieve Bell

As the Director of User Experience Research in Intel Labs, Bell leads a team of social scientists, interaction designers, human factors engineers and computer scientists. Bell will share how her and her team's approach has fundamentally altered the way Intel envisions and plans its products so that they are centered on people's needs rather than simply silicon capabilities.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

46615

46615

David Vanderwaal, Christine Ackerson, Dale Dougherty

Join Make: and Maker Faire founder Dale Dougherty for a conversation with LG's Senior Marketing Leader, David Wanderwaal and their head of Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility, Christine Ackerson.

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

36721

36721

Alan Rothschild

This is a presentation based on the world famous collection of patent models from the Rothschild Patent Model collection from the 18th and 19th century. This includes presentation of original models from that era.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:30 PM

43730

43730

Herbert Deutsch

Musician and inventor Herbert Deutsch will share stories from the making of the Moog synthesizer in 1964 with Robert Moog, and perform some early electronic music selections.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

40573

40573

Mohit Chaudhary, Dante Varotsis

Since its creation, the global e-NABLE network has sought to improve the design of the ''Robohand,'' a 3D printed prosthetic hand. Open source design files plus a growing community of makers have resulted in a crowd-sourced solution to low-cost prosthetics.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

42197

42197

Ayah Bdeir

littleBits founder Ayah Bdeir will discuss how we can democratize the Internet of Things and enable kids, technophobes and engineers alike to understand, recreate and innovate with electronics in a connected world. She'll also announce something BIG!

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

38010

38010

Erica Fortescue

Parents and educators interested in promoting creativity and innovation in makers aged 2-12 can enjoy an engaging summary of research on developing creative brains, and a virtual tour of activities and resources for younger makers that is presented by the Center for Childhood Creativity.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

44279

44279

Justin Fishkin

Changing how vehicles are designed, built and sold. Take a dive into the world of Local Motors. Learn about The Strati, a 3D printer car cocreated and developed by the global Maker community. Learn where it came from, and where it's going, from Justin Fishkin, Chief Strategy Officer of Local Motors.

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

41553

41553

Chris Peterson

At Maker Faire Bay Area 2013, MIT Admissions' Dawn Wendell announced that it would accept ''Maker Portfolios'' as a component of its application process. For the first time, projects would be considered along side test scores. MIT Admissions' Chris Peterson will share MIT's findings from its first year of this revised admissions criteria.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

42643

42643

Anya Kamenetz

A massive barrier to the Maker ethos in education is the predominance of static, mechanical, high-stakes standardized testing. I'll give a quick tour of emerging alternatives, and we'll talk about what WE can do to make this future a reality.

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

41821

41821

David Lang

Over the past few years, the Maker Movement has created a whole suite of low-cost exploration tools (drones, ROVs, satellites, sensors). This trend is reshaping the process of science and discovery. It's curiosity gone wild!

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

42343

42343

Liz Barry

Public Lab functions as a learning, living network of people who collaborate to make environmental research accessible, affordable and fun. Learn how our online + offline structure generates hardware, software and data for environmental advocacy.

Sunday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

42756

42756

AJ Jacobs

We're in the midst of a revolution in family history. Thanks to the Internet and DNA, we can now make family trees with MILLIONS of people. This is the ultimate social network.

Conversations about emerging tech, new practices & community

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

42212

42212

Jose Gomez-Marquez, Meredith Bassler, Lori Melichar

A medical maker lab, a public health foundation, and a nurse share MakerNurse Create, an online community that invites makers to contribute their own medical making projects and learn how their contributions can impact bedside care.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 1:45 PM

38123

38123

Gokul Krishnan

After more than a year of Research & Development we are pleased to launch the first Makerspace at a children's hospital at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, TN.

Saturday

1:45 PM — 2:30 PM

44631

44631

Alice Taylor, Wayne Losey, Claus Moberg, Kenny Davis

Toymakers talk about making Toys, using nu-manufacturing and maker tools. From Home-made to Hasbro, we'll be telling stories about how toys are made, can be made and will be made in the future, and how you can invent, make, and manufacture toys too.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

36999

36999

Zach Kaplan

So far we've only seen the beginning of the Third Industrial Revolution. After getting past the media hype around 3D printing, what's next? Inventables CEO Zach Kaplan gives an overview of the next technology that will change desktop manufacturing.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

42715

42715

Samuel Bloch

Having spent the last ten years in developing countries, I have witnessed how everyone effected by a disaster in this environment is forced to become a maker. 4.5 years ago we responded to this observation by putting in the first maker space in Haiti.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

44267

44267

Andreas Bastian

In an emerging trend, makers are beginning to collaborate with larger, very organized groups of professional makers (companies and universities). Andreas will go over several examples of this and discuss the reasons behind their striking success.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

42694

42694

Brendan Schulman

Drones are increasingly popular for recreation and useful purposes like cinematography, search and rescue, real estate photos, farming, and lots more. These uses have raised questions about the legal framework. Brendan Schulman, the attorney who is defending Raphael Pirker, Texas EquuSearch and others in the FAA drone cases, will present an overview and update on the current legal situation and what drone enthusiasts might expect in the future.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

43940

43940

Chris Nicholson

Chris Nicholson, a former New York Times reporter and head of communications at Celery, explains how entrepreneurs and inventors can create strong, mutually beneficial relationships with reporters to tell their storiesn

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

43313

43313

Julio Terra, Daniel Cowen, Ashley Duval, Matt Johnson

Kickstarter is a way for makers to raise funds and build community around their work. In this session, the makers of 3Doodler, Touch Board and Shoots and Roots Bitters will share stories and strategies from their successful campaigns.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

44737

44737

Print the Legend

Go behind-the-scenes of the upcoming Netflix documentary ''Print the Legend'' with a candid Q&A with the filmmakers. Find out how they worked with the Maker community (and even filmed at Maker Faire) to create a much buzzed-about documentary!

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

44328

44328

Anna Kaziunas France, Mike Senese

Join Make: editors Anna Kaziunas France, Mike Senese and members of the Make: 3D Printing Test Team for a discussion on the latest trends in desktop fabrication. Plus a sneak peak of our 2015 3DP guide, 3D Evolution.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

37211

37211

Sam Ortega, Jason Kessler, Matthew Reyes,

From competing in a NASA challenge to sharing a maker shed in your local community, all citizen inventors have a role to play.

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:15 PM

36962

36962

Bob Martin, Dan Ujvari, Massimo Banzi, Quin Entyre, Ayah Bdeir

In this session, Bob Martin and Daniel Ujvari will discuss how the Maker movement has impact the lives of young makers with, Massimo Banzi, Quin Etnyre, and Ayah Bdeir.

Saturday

6:15 PM — 6:45 PM

38545

38545

Chelsey Roebuck, Kevin Smith

ELiTE reflects on year one of our Raspberry Pi backpack computer labs project, and the impact seen working in Africa and Harlem, NY.

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

44311

44311

Will Hart

The journey from first prototype to a finished product in the hands of your customers can be long and arduous. Join Will Hart from Spark as he shares his experience growing from a Maker to manufacturing tens of thousands of units in Shenzhen, China.

Sunday

1:45 PM — 2:00 PM

40869

40869

Sushant Verma, Pradeep Devadass

The project adaptive [skins] questions the static nature of architectural spaces. The investigation explores the design of building skin systems that adapt to the dynamic environmental conditions to regulate the internal conditions in a habitable space, over different periods of time.

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:45 AM

34861

34861

Grace Belangia, Eric Parker

Panel of five maker spaces that have successfully opened in the Southeast with passionate volunteers, business owners and some sweat equity. Make your Maker Space!

Sunday

11:45 AM — 12:00 PM

37381

37381

Andrea Habura

Scientific tools used to be made, not bought. But in the late 20th century, that tradition was lost. Scientists became consumers of tools, and the tool-builders stopped doing science. It's time to turn that around.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

38739

38739

Garrett Skrobot

Learn how NASAs CubeSat Launch initiative provides opportunities for your small satellite to fly in space. They are flown as auxiliary payloads on previously planned missions as deployments from the International Space Station.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

37110

37110

Niki Werkheiser

This year, history will be made when NASA flies the first 3D Printer to the International Space Station. This is the first step toward establishing the technologies required to enable sustainable human exploration of space.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

38846

38846

Jesse Genet

The landscape of entrepreneurship is affected by the Maker Movement and Jesse Genet, Founder of Lumi, believes the most compelling companies are focusing on building tools instead of products. How can you turn your idea into a tool others can use?

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

35507

35507

Joel Moskowitz

In the past year we have applied basic motion control and sensor technology, all learned from Make, to automate our antique saw filing operations. Our story might enable other companies to automate operations inexpensively for the first time.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:45 PM

40482

40482

AnnMarie Thomas, John Edgar Park, Amon Millner, Lenore Edman, Sophi Kravitz

Most adult makers had pretty interesting childhoods! In this panel makers will tell us about what they were like as kids and how that relates to a maker mindset.

Sunday

3:45 PM — 4:00 PM

39880

39880

Eric Gertler

New York Economic Development Corporation Executive Vice President Eric Gertler will announce the selection of 6 companies for the 2014-2015 New York's Next Top Makers program. The NYCEDC program serves as a catalyst for NYC-based hardware startups, innovative technologists and design-driven entrepreneurs to take their prototypes to market.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

43318

43318

Nick Yulman, Marco Perry, Carlos Ospina, Nicolas Vansnick, Mark McKeague

Kickstarter is a way for makers to raise funds and build community around their work. In this session, the makers of DIWire, Ototo and Squink will share stories and strategies from their successful campaigns.

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

40923

40923

Xavier Leonard, Panelist, Mike Lydon, Panelist, Jake Levitas, Panelist, Sabrina Merlo, Moderator

Citizen-led civic prototyping using a short development cycle that focuses on local solutions for local challenges and treating the built environment and municipal processes as open-source content to be hacked and remixed by community members.

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

46683

46683

Anna Waldman-Brown, Sename Koffi Agboginou

Anna Waldman-Brown from the Fab Lab Foundation and Ghana Fab Lab and Sename Koffi, founder of WoeLab in Togo will discuss the maker movement throughout West Africa and its contribution to sustainable development.

Sunday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

46030

Make: authors, editors, makers, and ideas

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

1:15 PM — 1:45 PM

45682

45682

AnnMarie Thomas

Make: Books author AnnMarie Thomas discusses her new book, ''Making Makers,'' a collection of interviews with famous makers and how their childhoods influenced their careers.

Saturday

1:45 PM — 2:15 PM

37914

37914

Kathy Ceceri

It takes more than building and programming skills to turn a novice into a maker. Find out how even English majors can cultivate an engineer's mindset.

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

42630

42630

Mike Barela

Author discussion of new Make Media book

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

36721

36721

Alan Rothschild

This is a presentation based on the world famous collection of patent models from the Rothschild Patent Model collection from the 18th and 19th century. This includes presentation of original models from that era.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

42681

42681

Gareth Branwyn

I will be talking about my latest book, Borg Like Me, a best-of collection of my writings spanning 30+ years covering tech, DIY, and fringe culture.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:15 PM

42565

42565

Kate Hartman

'Wearable Electronics' author Kate Hartman leads us through a simple build resulting in a great piece of wearable tech.

Saturday

2:15 PM — 2:30 PM

43691

43691

Caleb Kraft

The maker movement and open source practices allow people with absolutely zero knowledge to make, enabling them to help when before they were completely helpless.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

45734

45734

Brian David Johnson, Jimmy, the 21st Century Robot

In his new book, Intel's futurist-in-residence Brian David Johnson offers science fiction prototyping stories that focus on the same theme: scientists and thinkers exploring personal robotics as a new form of artificial intelligence.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

43644

43644

Kate Hartman

How can we as makers use our making to imagine possible futures for wearable electronics?

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

38894

38894

Matthew Griffin

One of the biggest obstacles for those getting started with design for 3D printing are the wide range of approaches to using design software to get what you want -- in many cases with steep learning curves for learning each new type.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

44306

44306

David Lang

David Lang explains how he became a maker after losing his job, and how the experience helped him co-found OpenROV, a community and product line focused on undersea exploration. His book, Zero to Maker, is a guide for others who want to get involved.

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

37371

37371

Rick Schertle

Build a big, customizable, stand-alone workshop with CNC-cut trusses for about $1,000. - Come hear from MAKE: author Rick Schertle as he shares his experience designing, building and using this space as featured in MAKE: Volume 40. Don't have access to a CNC Machine? No worries, we'll have hand-cut directions as well.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

42295

42295

Carla Diana

In this talk, Carla Diana will share research, inspiration and design work from LEO the Maker Prince, the world's first 3D printing book for kids, which comes with objects that readers can download and 3D print for free.

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

42928

42928

Dr. Sandy Antunes

Now that anybody can launch a satellite, just how dangerous is it letting anybody launch a satellite? Let's look at how much damage a malicious picosatellite, like a CubeSat, can do, and what the real human-created hazards might be.

Saturday

6:00 PM — 6:30 PM

44638

44638

Jimmy DiResta, Mark Frauenfelder

Television personality Jimmy DiResta joins Makezine founding editor Mark Frauenfelder to discuss the practice of making, Jimmy's amazing videos, Mark's new title, ''Maker Dad,'' and more.

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

1:15 PM — 1:30 PM

43644

43644

Kate Hartman

How can we as makers use our making to imagine possible futures for wearable electronics?

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

38911

38911

Matthew Griffin

When people ask ''What's 3D printing for?'' they expect simple answers. But in the wild, designers find uses for 3D printing in a vast range of fields. Here's a quick survey from my book-in-progress ''Design & Modeling for 3D Printing'' (MakerMedia 2014)

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:45 AM

42565

42565

Kate Hartman

'Wearable Electronics' author Kate Hartman leads us through a simple build resulting in a great piece of wearable tech.

Sunday

11:45 AM — 12:15 PM

44306

44306

David Lang

David Lang explains how he became a maker after losing his job, and how the experience helped him co-found OpenROV, a community and product line focused on undersea exploration. His book, Zero to Maker, is a guide for others who want to get involved.

Sunday

12:15 PM — 12:45 PM

42686

42686

Adam Kemp

Making in education has the ability to inspire and motivate students across all disciplines. Take part in a discussion on how the maker movement is changing education for a better tomorrow!n

Sunday

12:45 PM — 1:15 PM

42681

42681

Gareth Branwyn

I will be talking about my latest book, Borg Like Me, a best-of collection of my writings spanning 30+ years covering tech, DIY, and fringe culture.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

40298

40298

Michael Margolis

Building robots that sense and interact with the environment is a great way to learn about Arduino. This talk gives an overview of how Arduino controlled robots are being used to teach technical skills

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

42295

42295

Carla Diana

In this talk, Carla Diana will share research, inspiration and design work from LEO the Maker Prince, the world's first 3D printing book for kids, which comes with objects that readers can download and 3D print for free.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

36721

36721

Alan Rothschild

This is a presentation based on the world famous collection of patent models from the Rothschild Patent Model collection from the 18th and 19th century. This includes presentation of original models from that era.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

45734

45734

Brian David Johnson, Jimmy, the 21st Century Robot

In his new book, Intel's futurist-in-residence Brian David Johnson offers science fiction prototyping stories that focus on the same theme: scientists and thinkers exploring personal robotics as a new form of artificial intelligence.

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

37914

37914

Kathy Ceceri

It takes more than building and programming skills to turn a novice into a maker. Find out how even English majors can cultivate an engineer's mindset.

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:45 PM

44638

44638

Jimmy DiResta, Mark Frauenfelder

Television personality Jimmy DiResta joins Makezine founding editor Mark Frauenfelder to discuss the practice of making, Jimmy's amazing videos, Mark's new title, ''Maker Dad,'' and more.

Sunday

5:30 PM — 5:45 PM

43691

43691

Caleb Kraft

The maker movement and open source practices allow people with absolutely zero knowledge to make, enabling them to help when before they were completely helpless.

How-to on microcontrollers, robotics, drones, and circuit boards

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

36624

Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

42639

42639

Aleksey Lukyanov-Cherny

SITU Studio will present the process of designing and fabricating Design Lab at NYSCI. Design Lab is intended to be integral to the types of critical discovery and making that is so crucial to the design process.

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

38947

38947

Adnan Nishat

Do you want to add Wi-Fi to your battery-powered project? Learn how to quickly get started with the SimpleLink Wi-Fi LaunchPad and new accessory BoosterPacks.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

39589

39589

Ralph Hempel

Brief presentation outlining my work in hacking the LEGO Mindstorms Bricks from the RCX, to NXT, and now the EV3.nI presented a similar talk at the MIT Mindfest in the late 90's (yes) and have hacked on LEGO ever since then.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:15 PM

40626

40626

Jason Whitney, Jake Whisler

Designed for inventors and tinkerers, the WeMo Maker brings internet connectivity and smartphone control to any any low voltage electronic device. This demo will showcase how makers can turn any home into a smart home using the WeMo Maker.

Saturday

12:15 PM — 12:30 PM

41673

41673

Joachim Horn

SAM is a modular, wirless, cloud enabled, electonics prototyping platform that allows for anyone to build complex electronics systems using out simple software. The presentation will outline SAM's hardware, software, and various uses for SAM.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 12:45 PM

40646

40646

Alexander Leonhart

Fine artist Alexander Leonhart talks about his exploration & creation of his wirelessly powered levitating sound circuits. Developed during graduate school, he delved into interactive media with no experience in search of the strange and wonderful.

Saturday

12:45 PM — 1:00 PM

40854

40854

Don Coleman

Add Bluetooth to your Arduino project enabling wireless communication with a phone or computer. Learn about Bluetooth Low Energy and Bluetooth Classic. Learn about the available Bluetooth shields, breakout boards and Arduino compatible hardware.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

40839

40839

Lendy Dunaway, Davis Dunaway, Matthew Tung, Sami McGinnis, Andrew Ke

Get tips from four teens who prototyped, tested, funded and built the award winning ''Grid,'' a life-size game board where players walk on tiles that light up in response to their movement. For aspiring Young Makers and the adults who work with them.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 2:45 PM

40308

40308

Adriano Clemente

During this presentation Adriano will discuss the development of sound making and performance through the use of Bio Feedback, Motions sensors, 3D cameras and Infrared sensors

Saturday

2:45 PM — 3:00 PM

42291

42291

Momo Akade

How One Brooklyn Maker is Broadening Access to Computing by Creating Wearables that Merge Hip Hop Style & STEM

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

35845

35845

Jason Kridner

Did you know BeagleBone Black has two 200MHz 32-bit microcontrollers already built-in? Learn how to program them quickly and easily using the BotSpeak interpreter and C.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

35637

35637

Paul Gentile

A guide for crafters and their parental units on how Minecraft is inspiring a generation of Makers. Kids who attend will build a redstone torch from an LED and parents will finally know why ''Minecraft isn't just another video game.''

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:15 PM

42182

42182

Ryan Gury

DroneKraft is a new company based in NYC. They will discuss the craft of miniFPV, pod-racing and how it's about to take the world by storm. DroneKraft will also discuss how they produced their new model, the Mach300.

Saturday

4:15 PM — 4:30 PM

35785

35785

Jordan Husney, Sasha J. Wright

In this talk we'll explore our project from v. 39 and the intersection of biology and robotics u2014 by creating a demonstrating a remote-controlled Venus flytrap that can close its leaf on our command!

Saturday

4:30 PM — 4:45 PM

37379

37379

Panisuan Chasinga

I am exploring how toys can become super fatter, interactive web clients. I will be presenting what I have discovered along the way as I hack a Furby, connect it to a Meteor chat app and make the toy literally ''possessible'' by other users.

Saturday

4:45 PM — 5:15 PM

36275

36275

Jason Kridner

Learn how to use JavaScript to simplify development and web integration. The Arduino TRE runs a full Debian Linux distribution with tools like Node.JS, making it an excellent platform for ditching the laptop from your next Arduino project.

Saturday

5:15 PM — 5:45 PM

36813

36813

Thomas Kaminski

Learn how to avoid pitfalls and build on Open Source projects while building your own drone. Hear how one College class taught students to build successful drones.

Saturday

5:45 PM — 6:15 PM

36582

36582

Michael Script

Using sensors and e-Health sensor platform (from Cooking Hacks, Libelium's DIY division), inventor Michael Script created a sophisticated device that will prevent millions of babies from dying of infant pneumonia by accurately measuring breath rate.

Saturday

6:15 PM — 6:45 PM

38113

38113

Bonnie Eisenman

From staircases to sandboxes, everyday interactions can easily become musical when you add a little computing. In this presentation I demo some electronic musical instruments, and talk about building your own with ChucK and Arduino.

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

38396

38396

Matthew Beckler, Adam Wolf

Wayne and Layne purchased a low-cost pick-and-place machine to make electronics. We're able to prototype faster and cheaper than ever. We're sharing our experiences, tips, and tricks, and releasing open source software for working with the TM-240A.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

37914

37914

Kathy Ceceri

It takes more than building and programming skills to turn a novice into a maker. Find out how even English majors can cultivate an engineer's mindset.

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

35645

35645

Rick Anderson

Learn how to create a u201crealu201d Redstone Torch with an LED. This is a mini workshop where Rick Anderson will show how to go from Redstone to Breadboard.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 11:45 AM

35122

35122

John Ferreira

To show how easy it is to control hardware and acquire data using an Arduino UNO as an IO interface to LabVIEW.

Sunday

11:45 AM — 12:00 PM

38419

38419

Allen Mendes, Aatur Mehta, Bhavya Gohil

Since the boom of computer gaming the usage of board games is slowly declining, Our Idea being, to re-innovate the way we play board games and reviving those classic board Games.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

35884

35884

Jason Kridner

With high-level language support, pulse-width modulators, analog to digital converters and built-in microcontrollers, BeagleBone Black is ideal for making robots. Get a quick survey of how people are building robots with BeagleBone Black today.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

41664

41664

rich sulin

You've never touched a transistor? We'll show you how to build your first electronic circuit, using real electronic parts. We'll do a few mods to show its flexibility. Suitable for ages 7+. No electronic skills required. No soldering involved.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:15 PM

37047

37047

Rain Ashford

I'll discuss my work with wearables that uses physiological data, particularly two pieces I've created: the Baroesque Barometric Skirt, which visualises data from the wearer and environment, and the EEG Visualising Pendant, which amplifies EEG data.

Sunday

2:15 PM — 2:30 PM

38967

38967

Don Coleman

Learn how Near Field Communication (NFC) can be added to your Arduino project using the Adafruit or Seeed Studio NFC Shield. I'll demonstrate reading and writing NFC tags with Arduino. I'll also show to send data between Arduino and your NFC phone.

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

37613

37613

Trey German, Robert Wessels

Influence a live build from start-to-finish showcasing an Internet-connected garden moisture sensor. This will be developed with input from the audience to send texts, tweets and data-log information into the cloud when it needs watering.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:15 PM

37821

37821

Courtney Thurston

Unmanned systems are a burgeoning technology with numerous humanitarian applications. At Maker Faire, I will demonstrate the use of small unmanned aerial systems in search and rescue and precision agriculture.

Sunday

3:15 PM — 3:30 PM

35523

35523

Neven Boyanov

The Tinusaur project is a simple and easy to understand board for a quick start in learning microcontrollers and making things. Its goal is to have easily available and cheap kit that you can solder yourself and start writing code right away.

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

39779

39779

Paul Beech

After spending years loving Making, but hating the friction in playing with digital electronics, Pimoroni talk about why a revolution is overdue.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

40835

40835

Ben Hylak

This presentation will outline how to create robots with a purpose for less then you'd ever imagine. Cost cutting strategies such as repurposing common materials and using parts from old, broken or discarded appliances will be reviewed.

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

36769

36769

Nathan Whitmore

Eventually, the robots will take over and we'll have to be smart enough to beat them. Join us to learn how you can zap your brain with an Arduino, build a basement neuroscience lab, and shape the future of cognitive enhancement research.

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:15 PM

36763

36763

Alex Arovas

Mini Times Square New Year's Eve Ball design.

Sunday

5:15 PM — 5:45 PM

36657

36657

Nick Demopoulos

In this talk we will walk through the process of designing a personalized digital musical Instrument or interface incorporating the designers unique traits. This will be a general discussion and no prior knowledge of electronics is necessary.

Hands-on learning best practices

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

43307

43307

Steve Davee, Lisa Regalla

Join Maker Ed for examples of how making, in its many forms and mindsets, has great power to profoundly impact education and enrich lives by helping to ensure equity and inclusion, providing meaning and context, and exceeding academic standards.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

41630

41630

Anna Keune

Inspiring others to remix the projects by sharing online portfolios has become a large part of making. What needs to be considered when creating portfolio practices that work? We play with DIY documentation stations and discuss open maker portfolios.

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

40385

40385

Sylvia Martinez, Gary Stager

Why is school boring? There's no reason for this - learning is fun! Just look at Maker Faire. We are on a mission to make schools places full of the joyful, vibrant learning seen at Maker Faire. It can be done, it must happen - so let's get going!

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

40487

40487

Sage Thomas, Grace Thomas

Join two young makers who will teach you the basics of circuit building, using conductive and non-conductive dough. You will get a chance to build your own circuit.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

35988

35988

Honors Physics Students: Class of 2015, Eric Walters

Eleventh grade physics students were given the following challenge: Design and construct a science-based/force-based solution to a local, regional and/or global social justice issue. Students will share the results of their design process!

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

38702

38702

Kate Yourke

Kate Yourke will discuss ways to allow students of diverse backgrounds and learning styles to experience education through the materials and processes of their built environment.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

38300

38300

Mirco Imlau

The presentation highlights the application of LEGO(R) bricks for the construction of optical setups. The open concept focuses on young researchers and is introduced with a low-cost, full functional Michelson interferometer as an example.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

37366

37366

Rick Schertle

While I've worked with kids a lot in making related activities, this is the first time I've started a Maker Club of my own. In the past I've been a regional coordinator for MAKE's Young Maker program and as a profession I teach public middle school.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

43365

43365

Jesse Harrington Au

The Design Workshop is a new exciting program that Autodesk will be offering for Educators to help them bring Making into the Classroom. The program will offer Hardware, Software and Curriculum.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

36593

36593

Karen Kaun, Julio Rivera, Jeliza Rivera, Allie Berry Pitter

Makeosity is an in-school and virtual Makerspace. Students from PS 107 and other Bronx schools will present a prototype of a scooter they have built from scratch and added mechanisms to generate, collect and store energy when it is ridden.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

43329

43329

Steve Davee, Lisa Regalla

Explore how Maker Ed's vision of u201cEvery Child a Makeru201d extends to providing more opportunities for youth in a surprising variety of makerspaces. All children, who are all born makers, deserve and need time and places to play, learn, and make.

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

38707

38707

Chris Connors, Tamara Clammer

Students at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School worked after school over a two week period to build an electric kart. They came into the project with few tools, little knowledge of how electric vehicles worked or how to build one. They drove their

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

40772

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

37787

37787

Shawn Jordan, Micah Lande, Margot Vigeant

College programs that encourage hands-on Making are growing in popularity. Shawn Jordan, Micah Lande, and Margot Vigeant will share learnings from project-based engineering programs that emphasize Making at Arizona State and Bucknell Universities.

Saturday

6:00 PM — 6:30 PM

35467

35467

Rick Shertle

Explore the way Curiosity Hacked approaches their core mission of promoting innovation, creativity, accessibility, and sustainability through their diverse programs and the responsibility our community has in supporting learner centered education.

Saturday

6:30 PM — 7:00 PM

37319

37319

Ana Marva Fernandez, David Lobser, Angelina Salgado

This summer, the Brooklyn Museum piloted a class in 3D printing and design for middle school students, ages 11-13. Students will share how they 3D scanned, modeled, and created designs, taking inspiration from artwork in the Museum's collection.

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

37371

37371

Rick Schertle

Build a big, customizable, stand-alone workshop with CNC-cut trusses for about $1,000. - Come hear from MAKE: author Rick Schertle as he shares his experience designing, building and using this space as featured in MAKE: Volume 40. Don't have access to a CNC Machine? No worries, we'll have hand-cut directions as well.

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

37964

37964

Sarah Hodsdon

All kids are wondrously curious and crazy amazingly creative when given the opportunity to explore and discover in ''making environments.'' Learn how to ''hack'' schooling and help foster the next generation of Makers.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

40385

40385

Sylvia Martinez, Gary Stager

Why is school boring? There's no reason for this - learning is fun! Just look at Maker Faire. We are on a mission to make schools places full of the joyful, vibrant learning seen at Maker Faire. It can be done, it must happen - so let's get going!

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

41017

41017

Lavonne Hunter

NYC teacher gets educated by her students on how to make learning fun, democratic and meaningful. For teaching challenging concepts in biology, now there's a model for that! If you build it, they will come. If they make it, they will stay.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:30 PM

43339

43339

Steve Davee, Lisa Regalla

Maker Ed hosts powerful stories by partners working in schools, libraries, museums, and organizations. We'll celebrate the many forms and approaches to making in education. Join us, make connections, gain insights, and contribute to the discussion!

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

39035

39035

Danielle Martin, Muriel Abeledo, Alisha Panjwani

u201cWe're excited to keep making--there's something that is just awesome.u201d Hear more from Grant Street Settlement Computer Clubhouse and other NY area teen youth members on how they explore STEM by forging their own pathways to building and designing.

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

40006

40006

Beth Rosenberg, Donna Knutt, Peta Clarke

Join kids and representatives from Tech Kids Unlimited and Urban Tech Alliance (formerly Black Girls Code) to talk about the importance of getting under-respresented youth to learn tech and programming skills in the 21st century.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

36386

36386

Andy Forest

Andy Forest, co-founder of MakerKids (one of the only makerspaces for kids in the world), will discuss how MakerKids does making with kids and how you can too.

Sunday

3:30 PM — 3:45 PM

40421

40421

Mikki Trail

How a school in Australia's national capital moved making out of the art room, into our high school students' classroom. This inspired a new approach of teaching and an increase in student engagement across all subject areas.

Sunday

3:45 PM — 4:00 PM

40597

40597

Greg Needel

A look at best practices and examples of makerspaces and programs specifically in education spaces (K-12 and College. How these programs can enhance traditional learning and how educational spaces differ from traditional makerspaces.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

43329

43329

Steve Davee, Lisa Regalla

Explore how Maker Ed's vision of u201cEvery Child a Makeru201d extends to providing more opportunities for youth in a surprising variety of makerspaces. All children, who are all born makers, deserve and need time and places to play, learn, and make.

Sunday

4:30 PM — 4:45 PM

37449

37449

Adrian Catalan

We will share what have been doing to make makers, how making fits education at several levels(K-12, high school, university, etc) and what have worked for us from workshops to turn talent into skills to build some crazy projects to get attention

Sunday

4:45 PM — 5:00 PM

40805

40805

Laan Yeung

Aspire IT is a program I have founded in my high school through funding by NCWIT to provide local community's middle school girls an opportunity to be involved in the STEM field, particularly in computing or technology.

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

43307

43307

Steve Davee, Lisa Regalla

Join Maker Ed for examples of how making, in its many forms and mindsets, has great power to profoundly impact education and enrich lives by helping to ensure equity and inclusion, providing meaning and context, and exceeding academic standards.

Product demos and tech how-tos

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:15 PM

46806

46806

Matt Richardson

Go from 0 to Raspberry Pi in 15 minutes with one of the co-authors of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and MAKE Contributing Editor, Matt Richardson.

Saturday

1:15 PM — 1:30 PM

46795

46795

Andrew Terranova

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.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

44699

44699

Brook Drumm

Brook Drumm, CEO of Printrbot: ''Getting Started with 3-D Printing''

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

43391

43391

Ken Burns

Join us as we show off the latest products from TinyCircuits for the TinyDuino family - an Arduino based platform the size of a quarter! Get ideas for how to miniaturize your electronic projects to a tiny scale.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

44894

44894

Matt Johnson

Bare Conductive's Matt Johnson introduces the Touch Board, an Arduino-based device which allows you to turn almost any surface or material into an interface.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

44721

44721

Michael Castor

With all the microcontrollers and single board computers on the market, it's hard to know which one is right for your project. This presentation walks you through the boards available in the Maker Shed in an attempt to add clarity to the confusion.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

45121

45121

Jesse Genet

Come learn how to print fabric with sunlight! Customize clothing and design your own textiles using Lumi's photosensitive Inkodyes. Founder, Jesse Genet, will explain how Inkodye works and why Lumi is pioneering this new technique for DIY printing.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

43227

43227

Mark Easley

Texas Instruments presents the LaunchPad Ecosystem. Rapidly prototype projects and applications using modular hardware.The community driven Energia IDE allows makers to quickly create code to run on the LaunchPads and drive BoosterPack plug-in modules

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

43384

43384

Deren Gu00fcler

Get Started with Invent-abling! Get an intro to wearables and other 'smart materials' projects for makers of all ages. Invent-abling creator Deren Guler will demonstrate her inventive design sets with demo projects. Learn how to combine kits together and with other materials and tools around the house!

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

38208

38208

Chris McCoy

Have you recently bought a 3D printer? Have you ever had trouble printing seemingly simple objects? Come join us for an interactive discussion of the most common printing headaches and strategies to prevent them.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

39253

39253

Erik de Bruijn

Maintaining Open-Source Status and backwards compatibility: two unconventional values that distinguish Ultimaker. Our Chief Evangelist Officer (CEO) Erik de Bruijn presents on both, with Ultimaker demos.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

42659

42659

Jie Qi

Introducing circuit stickers as a new way to combine paper craft with electronics. Anyone can use these to create fun, beautiful interactive projects. I will be demoing the stickers and sharing example projects.

Saturday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

43942

43942

Matthew Beckler, Adam Wolf

LEGO / Arduino are both excellent, beginner-friendly systems to quickly prototype mechanical / electronic ideas. Come learn about how to combine the two using Bricktronics, a new hardware and software system created by Wayne and Layne.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

40865

40865

Georgitzikis Vasilis

We will talk about how you can use codebender to develop applications for the Arduino, hassle-free, online, and share code with your friends, embed your code in your tutorials, and generally code like a badass.

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

43483

43483

Mark Argo

Get Started with Little Robot Friends! Light, sound, touch-sensitive, hackable, fully customizable, these expressive robotic characters are capable of both coded behaviors and storing memories. Learn how LRF developed from inspiration to creation!

Saturday

6:30 PM — 6:30 PM

44355

44355

Aaron

Wouldn't it be great to control your Arduino projects with your Smart devices (Android and iOS) with minimal effort? Annikken Andee is your gateway to achieve that!

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

44335

44335

Martin Mason

Building better robots requires easy to use motors, a simple yet powerful controller and a simple IDE. The OpenCM9.04 brings the ARM microprocessor to the familiar Arduino format while allowing the use of powerful TTL and RS485 servos.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

44699

44699

Brook Drumm

Brook Drumm, CEO of Printrbot: ''Getting Started with 3-D Printing''

Sunday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

43391

43391

Ken Burns

Join us as we show off the latest products from TinyCircuits for the TinyDuino family - an Arduino based platform the size of a quarter! Get ideas for how to miniaturize your electronic projects to a tiny scale.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

46636

46636

Clive Beale, Rachel Rayns

Clive Beale and Rachel Rayns from the Raspberry Pi Foundation will talk about how the Raspberry Pi is being used for digital creativity, how we are supporting this and our plans for the future.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

42659

42659

Jie Qi

Introducing circuit stickers as a new way to combine paper craft with electronics. Anyone can use these to create fun, beautiful interactive projects. I will be demoing the stickers and sharing example projects.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

38929

38929

Matt Stultz

Using your desktop 3D printer you can create items out of food, metal, silicone, and many other materials.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

44703

44703

Mark and Andy

In the last few years there has been an avalanche of new technologies and information made available to people wanting to get started in electronics. With so many possibilities where is someone to start?

Sunday

2:30 PM — 2:45 PM

46795

46795

Andrew Terranova

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.

Sunday

2:45 PM — 3:00 PM

46806

46806

Matt Richardson

Go from 0 to Raspberry Pi in 15 minutes with one of the co-authors of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and MAKE Contributing Editor, Matt Richardson.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

43942

43942

Matthew Beckler, Adam Wolf

LEGO / Arduino are both excellent, beginner-friendly systems to quickly prototype mechanical / electronic ideas. Come learn about how to combine the two using Bricktronics, a new hardware and software system created by Wayne and Layne.

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

43384

43384

Deren Gu00fcler

Get Started with Invent-abling! Get an intro to wearables and other 'smart materials' projects for makers of all ages. Invent-abling creator Deren Guler will demonstrate her inventive design sets with demo projects. Learn how to combine kits together and with other materials and tools around the house!

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

43483

43483

Mark Argo

Get Started with Little Robot Friends! Light, sound, touch-sensitive, hackable, fully customizable, these expressive robotic characters are capable of both coded behaviors and storing memories. Learn how LRF developed from inspiration to creation!

Sunday

4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

44721

44721

Michael Castor

With all the microcontrollers and single board computers on the market, it's hard to know which one is right for your project. This presentation walks you through the boards available in the Maker Shed in an attempt to add clarity to the confusion.

Sunday

5:00 PM — 5:45 PM

37560

37560

Rick Schertle, Keith Violette

After six years and thousands of builds around the world, MAKE's Compressed Air Rocket Launcher has received a total overhaul. Come hear from the original designer Rick Schertle about all the design and Keith Violette's original, Air Rocket Glider.

Science demos from NYSCI

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

42971

42971

NYSCI Explainers

Gravity defying balloons, unburning flames and disappearing liquids are just the start of this magically scientific demonstration!

Saturday

11:00 AM — 11:30 AM

42954

42954

NYSCI Explainers

Learn how mixing chemicals and changing temperatures causes substances to change phases in a messy way.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

42966

42966

NYSCI Explainers

It was once said, ''what goes up must come down''. Is this always true? Come learn about what makes hot air balloons, blimps, airplanes and rockets defy the laws of gravity in this demonstration that ends with a bang.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

42976

42976

NYSCI Explainers

We are all designers; join us in repurposing household items to build an imaginative mechanism to meet a challenge while using NYSCI's design process.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

42981

42981

NYSCI Explainers

We live in a sea of air, yet we rarely take the time to think of how it affects our lives. Join us as we use air pressure to keep a balloon inflated without tying a knot and crush a water cooler bottle.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

42986

42986

NYSCI Explainers

Be amazed at how we can make ice in 30 seconds, shrink balloons without removing the air inside and crush a can without touching it in this demonstration about the phases of matter.

Saturday

5:00 PM — 5:30 PM

42991

42991

NYSCI Explainers

The elements will be twisted as air and fire are manipulated at the presenters command. Leave with a new understanding of a substance that has surrounded them their entire lives, AIR!

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

43007

43007

NYSCI Explainers

Gravity defying balloons, unburning flames and disappearing liquids are just the start of this magically scientific demonstration!

Sunday

11:00 AM — 12:00 PM

42996

42996

NYSCI Explainers

Learn how mixing chemicals and changing temperatures causes substances to changeu00a0phasesu00a0in a messy way.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:30 PM

43001

43001

NYSCI Explainers

It was once said, ''what goes up must come down''. Is this always true? Come learn about what makes hot air balloons, blimps, airplanes and rockets defy the laws of gravity in this demonstration that ends with a bang.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:30 PM

43014

43014

NYSCI Explainers

We are all designers; join us in repurposing household items to build an imaginative mechanism to meet a challenge while using NYSCI's design process.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:30 PM

43020

43020

NYSCI Explainers

The elements will be twisted as air and fire are manipulated at the presenters command. Leave with a new understanding of a substance that has surrounded them their entire lives, AIR!

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

43025

43025

NYSCI Explainers

Be amazed at how we can make ice in 30 seconds, shrink balloons without removing the air inside and crush a can without touching it in this demonstration about the phases of matter.

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:30 PM

42592

42592

See the original Internet sensation LIVE! Geysers of soda shoot over twenty feet into the air in this spectacular mint-powered version of the Bellagio Fountains.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

42592

42592

See the original Internet sensation LIVE! Geysers of soda shoot over twenty feet into the air in this spectacular mint-powered version of the Bellagio Fountains.

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:30 PM

42592

42592

See the original Internet sensation LIVE! Geysers of soda shoot over twenty feet into the air in this spectacular mint-powered version of the Bellagio Fountains.

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Saturday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Saturday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Saturday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

11:30 AM — 12:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Sunday

2:30 PM — 3:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Sunday

3:30 PM — 4:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Sunday

5:30 PM — 6:00 PM

42598

42598

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillia

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

12:00 PM — 2:00 PM

38536

38536

Start with $500 and a Power Wheel or any electric kids' ride on vehicle. Get some new batteries, new motor. Heck, some nice new tires, tie LEDs to the hood, sprinkle it with glitter, maybe a feather for class. Now race it!

Saturday

4:00 PM — 6:00 PM

38536

38536

Start with $500 and a Power Wheel or any electric kids' ride on vehicle. Get some new batteries, new motor. Heck, some nice new tires, tie LEDs to the hood, sprinkle it with glitter, maybe a feather for class. Now race it!

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

1:00 PM — 2:15 PM

38536

38536

Start with $500 and a Power Wheel or any electric kids' ride on vehicle. Get some new batteries, new motor. Heck, some nice new tires, tie LEDs to the hood, sprinkle it with glitter, maybe a feather for class. Now race it!

Sunday

2:15 PM — 3:00 PM

38536

38536

Start with $500 and a Power Wheel or any electric kids' ride on vehicle. Get some new batteries, new motor. Heck, some nice new tires, tie LEDs to the hood, sprinkle it with glitter, maybe a feather for class. Now race it!

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

10:00 AM — 6:30 PM

37010

37010

A drone flying competition featuring aerial combat, obstacle courses and other UAV games. Divisions for tiny palm-sized toys up to huge multirotor heavy-lifters, & include both combat and non-combat games.

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

10:00 AM — 5:30 PM

37010

37010

A drone flying competition featuring aerial combat, obstacle courses and other UAV games. Divisions for tiny palm-sized toys up to huge multirotor heavy-lifters, & include both combat and non-combat games.

Saturday 20th, 2014
Saturday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

46708

46708

In 2 shows per day our nimble and fearless acrobats will be flying overhead, defying gravity, and making aerial art for you! After each show, there will be a chance for the kids to try aerial arts for themselves.

Saturday

4:10 PM — 4:40 PM

46708

46708

In 2 shows per day our nimble and fearless acrobats will be flying overhead, defying gravity, and making aerial art for you! After each show, there will be a chance for the kids to try aerial arts for themselves.

Sunday 21st, 2014
Sunday

1:30 PM — 2:00 PM

46708

46708

In 2 shows per day our nimble and fearless acrobats will be flying overhead, defying gravity, and making aerial art for you! After each show, there will be a chance for the kids to try aerial arts for themselves.

Sunday

4:10 PM — 4:40 PM

46708

46708

In 2 shows per day our nimble and fearless acrobats will be flying overhead, defying gravity, and making aerial art for you! After each show, there will be a chance for the kids to try aerial arts for themselves.