10:00 AM — 10:00 AM
10:00 AM — 10:30 AM
Google Glass, Hands On
10:00 AM — 11:00 AM
Battle Pond VII: Only the Bold Survive!
11:00 AM — 11:45 AM
11:00 AM — 11:30 AM
The World Record Paper Airplane
Demonstration of amazing paper airplanes. Plus learn to make the world record paper airplane.n
11:30 AM — 12:00 PM
Raised by Kids: From Nickelodeon to Kandu
Being disruptive (of conventional wisdom) and respectful of kids' intelligence and creativity was the fuel behind the building of Nickelodeon. Imagine what that can do in 2014!
12:00 PM — 12:30 PM
Playing with Food: When Factories Join the Social Network
What impact will real-time consumer feedback have on manufacturing? Mickey McManus will talk about building a 3D printer that makes customized OREO cookies on the fly. Microfactories hooked into the social network may soon revolutionize making.
12:30 PM — 1:00 PM
Making/CAD: Shaping Atoms Using Bits
Carl Bass is a maker and CEO of 3D design and engineering software company Autodesk. Bass will talk about the tools that anyone can use to bring their ideas into the physical world--from CAD software to rapid prototyping by 3D printer to CNC.
1:00 PM — 1:30 PM
MAKE | RIDE | FLY: 200 MPH in 2 HOMEMADE EVs
Electric vehicle pioneer and fabricator Chip Yates will present how he and a few volunteer engineers hand built the World's Fastest Electric Motorcycle and the World's Fastest Electric Airplane including details of a myriad of technical problems, fires, crashes and the survival of 5 emergency landings in the process of setting 18 world records and proving to the world that electric vehicles can beat fossil fuel vehicles and that an unfunded team can build amazing things.
1:30 PM — 2:00 PM
Cool Tools for the Maker
I will talk about the best of 1,500 tools for do-it-yourselvers, showing off a few of them in person, and also talk about how I successfully self-published this best seller and the tools I used for that.
2:00 PM — 2:30 PM
Timothy Ferriss: Experiments in Lifestyle Design
Timothy Ferriss, Mark Frauenfelder
Tim Ferriss takes an analytical, data centric approach to everything. Dancing, learning languages, finding love, cooking, working out. He's a master of efficiency, and making his own way. Interviewed by MAKE founding editor Mark Frauenfelder.
2:30 PM — 3:00 PM
Hacking Your Brain, a primer
Some stuff you can do with fingers, words, food, and electronics to control your brain and those around you. Safe for kids.
3:00 PM — 3:30 PM
Should Science Be Allowed to be Interesting?
David Pogue, non-scientist, was plucked out of obscurity to host a NOVA miniseries on PBS. The mission: to illustrate cutting-edge science as entertainingly as possible. Pogue will opine on the state of science, television, and humor in America.
4:30 PM — 5:00 PM
Best Practices for Open Source Hardware in 2014
Windell Oskay, Vice President of the Open Source Hardware Association, will discuss modern best practices for designing, releasing and building upon open source hardware, including choices of design tools, hosting, licenses, and other current issues.
5:45 PM — 6:15 PM
The Science of Being a Maker
''Science Bob'' Pflugfelder
\"Science Bob\" has shared his love for science with millions of people through his TV appearances. See how he combines his maker skills with his passion for science in this interactive, audience involved presentation. (Things might go boom.)
6:30 PM — 8:00 PM
Maker: A Documentary on the Maker Movement