Hive 76 is a collaborative DIY workshop in philadelphia. We are made up of engineers, artists, programmers, musicians and general creative types. We make stuff just because we can, and we want to show you how too.
Skateboarders modify city spaces much like a hacker who modifies code in a computer program. In Skatehack, we demonstrate how skateboarding and hacking can be combined in a fun and exciting way using open source technologies.
Entirely 3D Printed, this is a 1:13 scale replica of Coney Island's famed Luna Park as it stood a hundred years ago, populated with 3D scanned portraits of Coney Island's most interesting characters, including you!
Transforming Books: books that bend, unfold, reveal and stretch into a multiple forms. Pop up books spring into paper worlds! See how geometric shapes change flat paper into amazing spaces! Make one yourself!
Ham radio, a century old, is as vital and exciting now as ever. Join us and operate with us as our experienced hams contact people around the world and, even beyond. Hall of Science Amateur Radio Club.
Make a Theremidi Orchestra out of three DIY electronic instruments - TouchTone (finger synth), Theremini (proximity sensor) and MicroNoise (light depended synth) - and make some proper noise!
EWB-USA's New York Professional Chapter presents real world examples of #tech4dev solutions to developing world problems. Come on by to fly a kite and learn how engineers survived before GoogleEarth! #globaldevelopment
At the Adaptive Design Association, we create custom adaptations for children with disabilities. We offer hands-on classes and a makerspace so any and everyone can gain skills they need to make their world more accessible.
Anibots are a line of animal inspired, Arduino controlled, open sourced robotic platforms that we are developing. We would like to introduce you to some of our systems and our plans for the upcoming future.
gadgITERATION offers a youth development program and hardware platform for novice engagement in electronic tinkering. By foregrounding personal expression, gadgITERATION lowers barriers to the design and production of interac
Habitat for Humanity demonstrates how robotic fabrication will enable an even more inclusive and efficient future for an organization already building thousands of homes a year for families in need.