James Adams, Director of Hardware Engineering at Raspberry Pi, in conversation with Make: magazine's Matt Richardson. Hear about development, applications and implications of the credit-card sized computer.
'Science Science Safari':STEM for kids by kids! Teen Makers teach S.T.E.M. 'Make & Take' projects. 'S'-Hydroponic :Lima Bean Garden, 'T'-'Peek Inside a Computer' & RC Robots, 'E'-Catapults & Bridges. 'M'-Measure Me!
We've been racing with the Power Racing Series for the past 3 seasons. This year we pulled out all the stops and are introducing our Delorean Time Machine.rnWhen this baby hits 18mph... your gonna see some serious stuff!
Want to tinker with locks and tools, the likes of which you've only seen in movies featuring cat burglars or secret agents? Then come to TOOOL's Lockpick Village, where you will learn hands-on how physical security operates.
On Mars, we'll use 3D printers & laser cutters to make furnishings & greenhouses from thin air, and not return to Earth. The Mars Foundation, HI-SEAS & Aleph Objects are testing this at a Mars base in Hawaii. Join us.
The project adaptive [skins] questions the static nature of architectural spaces, and engenders dynamism and motion in architecture in a complex and dynamic environment. an investigation exploring design of building skin systems that adapt to the dynamic environmental conditions to regulate the internal conditions in a habitable space, over different periods of time. Smart systems that integrate smart materials and smart geometries are developed that can be self-actuated to adjust to the seasonal changes leading to phenomenal conditioning, energy efficiency and creating dynamic spatial effects, for the interior as well as exterior.
Aspire IT is a program I have founded in my high school through funding by NCWIT to provide local community's middle school girls an opportunity to be involved in the STEM field, particularly in computing or technology. Since less than 12% of Computer Science bachelor degrees awarded were given to women, it is crucial that these girls are informed that they, too, have the power to program and change the world with codes. I want to present this piece of information to the public, and inspire others to show that anyone and everyone can start a program to benefit these girls and change the status quo where IT is seemingly a 'men only' field.
A look at best practices and examples of makerspaces and programs specifically in education spaces (K-12 and College. How these programs can enhance traditional learning and how educational spaces differ from traditional makerspaces. Examples will be from the Dallas Area as we are a thriving maker community with ~10 k-12 makerspaces, a thriving university space (SMU Innovation GYM), and one of the countries largest community makerspaces (Dallas Makerspace)
We make fun educational content for children and grown ups to make on 3D printers. We're teaching the engineering of the future through the engineering of the past - iconic objects from Stephenson's Rocket to Spaceship One.
See some awesome CNC laser and CNC router projects of all sizes and shapes from and answer any questions people have about designing projects for CNC machines. The Eiffel Tower alone takes 15 hours to cut + assembly.
The presentation will be focused on discussing the possibilities available on the market and techniques that allow the use of BioFeedback sensors to compose, perform and interact with music. Adriano's talk will focus on the importance of Kinesthetic for the development of Performance arts and will analyze his collection of work including the use of: Kinect, Leapmotion, iOS, accelerometers and several other ways to control and interact with the computer in the music making process. The presentation will analyze the Interactive Sound Design approach of Adriano Clemente
ASTROGUN is an Asteroid shooting game. The player stands and has to shoot Asteroids that are coming towards him from any direction, before they hit him. A RADAR-like view helps the player locate the asteroids
The Orbital Rendersphere 2.0 is a massive spherical display. Over 250 LED's spin at over 450 RPM to suspend visuals in midair. Users interact with the spherical display through leap motion controller console.
New York's Next Top Makers program, funded by NYCEDC, serves as a catalyst for NYC-based hardware startups, innovative technologists and design-driven entrepreneurs to take their prototypes to market.
Kids of all ages can "play" with electricity with Storefront Science: Make an LED "pet", create illuminated circuit art, or design and build a solar-powered draw-bot.