The Aragon Robotics Team will be showcasing their 2014 FRC competition robot, built in just six weeks. In addition, their FTC robot will drive and demonstrate its ability to pick up 2'' by 2'' blocks.
The LEGOJeep is a fun, interactive outdoor art activity for all ages. Way popular and kid pleasing at birthday parties, kids zones at festivals, & so many other occasions. Profiled in CNET, WIRED, Eye on the Bay, & elsewhere.
Learn and talk to youth teams demonstrate their LEGO Mindstormsrnrobots solve the 2013-2014 season FIRST LEGO League game called, ''Nature's Fury'' - an engineering challenge all about natural disasters!
FTCquel for FIRST(R) Tech Challenge (FTC). Teams from NorCal & beyond will play the ''FTC Block Party'' 2013-2014 season challenge. rnrnDemo robots will be available for you to take a turn at driving throughout the weekend.
McVicker Pickles makes unique pickles, mustards and jams in small batches. I take traditional recipes from the Heartland and ''Give 'em the McVicker!'' with fresh flavor combinations that reflect modern California tastes.
The Nautilus, commissioned by Christopher Bently in 2011, was inspired by the submarine in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The the 25 ft art car was built entirely by hand by the crew of Bay Area art collective Five Ton Crane.
Marin Maker Mobile is a non profit devoted to bringing STEAM projects to kids. We are able to go on-site and setup small projects that the kids can do after school or be able to rotate through classes at a school.
Mugbot is a very small, nonproprietary robot that can speak English and move its head and eyes. It is controlled by smartphone ,tablet and PC. Mugbot can be made by Raspberry Pi, Arduino and easily obtaninable materials.rn
Join us at Gibberish to make silly putty and explore the chemistry of polymers and sublimation! We will be making personalized phone covers (while you wait) and you can shop for handmade science jewelry and clothing gifts.
Maker Junior brings the experience of making to kids in classrooms, libraries and community centers. Fun projects combine arts and crafts materials with technical tools and components to spark curiosity and inspire learning.