Vintage and used keys become necklaces, key hooks and finger rings. Personalize a pendant with a key stamped with your name, and a hook made from a key to hang it from. Rings made from keys are our latest creation.
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.
The Death By Audio Arcade consists of 8 homemade cabinets with indie battle games. Bring your friends and face off in games of capture the flag, boat racing, and space football. Four enter, but only one can win.
NYFabricates: workshop, lasercutting and prototyping services for creative entrepreneurs. Featuring a wide range of tools, including CNC milling machines, large-format laser cutter, 3D printer, CNC lathes, and other tools.
Tangeez are a set of light-up building blocks that change COLOR as you stack them. Circular in shape, individually powered and internally ILLUMINATED, Tangeez are both an interactive toy and design object.rn
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.
When people ask ''What's 3D printing for?'' they expect simple answers. But in the wild, designers find uses for 3D printing in a vast range of fields. Here's a quick survey from my book-in-progress ''Design & Modeling for 3D Printing'' (MakerMedia 2014).
A number of those who I am featuring in the Field Guides are attending Maker Faire New York, and I will be introducing a handful of them and inviting them to join me on stage to share their unique perspectives to this medium.
One of the biggest obstacles for those getting started with design for 3D printing are the wide range of approaches to using design software to get what you want -- in many cases with steep learning curves for learning each new type. Core to my book in-progress ''Design & Modeling for 3D Printing'' (Make:Books 2014) are chapters guiding the reader through the basics for each of the core approaches, to prepare the reader to tackle the ''3D Design Mode'' appropriate to the task at hand. This talk offers a brisk stroll through these fundamentals from a vendor-agnostic perspective for all design experience levels.