My robots can solve scrambled Rubik's cubes in any orientation in less than 30 moves under 110 seconds. They are also capable of writing in English, some foreign languages, and Braille making them a multilingual printer. I will bring Rubik's Cube Solver, three Rubik's Cubes, the Lego printer, and paper to the Maker Faire. Participants can scramble Rubik's cubes so that the robots can solve them. They can also print their names using my robots and take the banner home.
I have two robots: One robot can solve any scrambled Rubik's Cube. The other one can print in English and Braille. It can also write in other languages, making it multilingual printer.
The BioMONSTAAR bioreactor is an open source, arduino controlled, automated photobioreactor (PBR) array with potential future applications in aquaculture, genetic engineering, bioremediation, and space research.
Build a hydraulic system out of tubes, tape, and other materials that lifts a pumpkin or operates like a crane. Play games with a giant MaKey MaKey and test other fun prototypes made in the Hall's teen internship program.
The Stanford Robotics Club is a student-run robotics and mechatronics club on campus. Our purpose is to serve as a safe and fun workspace for Stanford undergraduate and graduate students to pursue their interests in robotics.
Student original projects created from the Thymio Robot, 3-D printed parts, Little Bits and zany materials to create prototypes of invention. Each work was created by students to solve a problem.
In the past year OSHWA, the Open Source Hardware Association, has worked with the community to develop a modern list of best practices for designing, releasing and building upon existing open source hardware projects. Windell Oskay, Vice President of OSHWA, will discuss recommended approaches, touching upon open source design tools, documentation, hosting, licenses, and other current issues. Time permitting, we will also take questions from the audience.
Justin Gray builds robots, fire art and just about anything he imagines. Come see what he has created in his lab this past winter! We promise you will be blown away!
Come build rockets, race cars, skyscrapers, and big bubbles with the California Teacher Pathway's Teacher Fellows! CTP supports young people with a passion for teaching to become education leaders in their communities.
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 SLA printer I am building is capable of building large parts (8.3'' x 6.7'' x 8.75''). It has a robust frame which limit vibration and improves precision. Its laser moves with an Hbot gantry so it's very precise.
Only gravity helps change the Potential Energy of a marble to Kinetic Energy as it winds and loops down a track. Take the Quick Coster Challenge and see if you can get your marble into a cup at the end of your run!