blink blink is an educational toolkit and curriculum that provides young women (ages 12 u2013 16) with the opportunity to explore, create, and play with STEM concepts via soft circuits u2013 LEDs, batteries, conductive thread.
I built my first "Segway" in my sophomore year. After I finished the prototype I found out that it had way much more Potential, So I added safety features to the device so it could assist the Disable and Elderly.
Unmanned systems are a burgeoning technology with numerous humanitarian applications. At Maker Faire, I'm demonstrating the use of small unmanned aerial systems in search & rescue and precision agriculture.
Imagine high school students using their Maker skills to solve real life problems in their communities. The ''EPICS'' program from Purdue University helps Makers do just that. It's life changing education at it's best.
Imagine having your own building blocks of light that you can sculpt and reshape as you desire with unlimited possibilities. Light up your living space, desk space, work space, outdoors, etc. Do more with Dodecado.
The SUB2r USB3 camera is designed specifically for people who want to Experience, Explore, and Engineer a digital camera. No more need for tools like a hacksaw, Dremel, soldering iron, hot glue gun and band aides.
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
This is a modified unicycle that will have detachable training wheels and a semi-permanent mounting bar on the rear of the unicycle. Although I can ride a unicycle, it is still difficult to mount without using a wall or post
We exhibit a 1/5 scale personal flying vehicle that combines a tricycle and a quadcopter. This can run on the public road, take off from everywhere, switch those motions seamlessly, and also be controlled by iPhone.
Converting a children's ride-on toy to an electric go kart to race in the Power Racing Series in a 2 month period, spending no more than $500 and using a range of technologies (laser cutting, machining, 3DPrinting) .