At our booth you can make your Light Up Paper Circuit Bracelet! Not only are these light up bracelets extremely fashionable-they also demonstrate how electricity flows through a circuit!
Build the Model B Truck on the world's first Mobile Assembly Line! Laser-cut parts are staged at ten workstations, and junior TruckMakers can build a truck in about 25 minutes with no glue. Take-home kits available too.
Brook Drumm, CEO of Printrbot, walks you through the process of choosing and buying a printer, and gives an overview of the software you'll need to design and prepare your models for print. This talk also looks at sources of printable 3D models and the evolving world of 3D scanners.
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.
Powered by PepsiCo, BEVLAB at Maker Faire is a pop-up lab that mixes hands-on experimentation with moderated discussions, and a sampling station. It is designed to spark discussion around the future of beverages and give makers of all kinds a hands-on opportunity to experience the future of beverage creation.
Participants will experience the lab in groups starting with a short moderated discussion (BEVFORUM) around the future of beverages. After the discussion, the group will be randomly assigned to one of four experiments in which they will receive instruction and be allowed to make their own future beverage concept.
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! nAnnikken Andee is an Arduino shield that communicates with your smartphone. Using the Library for the Arduino IDE and the App downloadable from the App store/Google Play, you can create beautiful GUI on your mobile phone.
No App programming is required - because we've taken care of it!
Meet the NYSCI makers and learn about the design-focused programs we run. Make a costume, break and make something from old electronics, explore underwater. Play with observation. Design with mud. Encounter robotic insects.
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.
A Goldsmith Sponsor of Maker Faire and founding sponsor of the Maker Education Initiative, Intel delivers accessible and open development platforms to the maker community to empower makers of all ages.
Hank the Beer Tank is a portable electric kegerator. Use it at home as your home kegerator and take it with you to your tailgate, camping, or on the boat. Hank is reinventing the way we drink draft beer.
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.
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!