We collect and Felt wool sweaters to Upcycle creating all kinds of custom designed fun & practical products from Wearable Art, & customized heirloom patchwork blankets to Giant Potholder Rugs. Fun kits for parties & groups!
An inexpensive transforming wheelchair design, that uses an existing wheelchair with a hydraulic piston and pump mechanism, enabling a person to stand or sit, powered by the wheelchair battery and a simple switch to toggle.rn
Raspberry Pi-controlled Smart Refrigerator helps hack your health with smart lighting to simulate circadian rhythms in fresh produce, and emailing or texting you when vegetables are at their peak nutrition for you to consume
Tesla Coil, Steam Punk Nerf Gun, Portal's Sentry Turret / Lego NXT, foam swords, Python program on Raspberry Pi, Portal's Companion Cube, Nerdy Derby race car NYMF winner, Dr Who Sonic Screwdriver, TF2 the Medic gear
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.
Common household appliances break or become obsolete. Good materials get used once or not at all. Come aboard the Physics Bus to see everyday stuff reincarnated into exhibits that showcase unusual physics phenomena.
All kids are wondrously curious and crazy amazingly creative when given the opportunity to explore and discover in ''making environments.'' Learn how to ''hack'' schooling and help foster the next generation of Makers with Sarah Hodsdon, a Maker Mom who ''hack schools'' her three children and instigates others to do so as well.
At Dwight School, students design products and solutions that solve real-world problems. Our Design Technology students make from the youngest ages, and students will share their prototypes and maker experiences.
Come join MakerState at Maker's Faire in our fantastic Maker Space just for Kids! We will be making free, fun paper circuit builds all weekend that kids can learn how to make and take home to innovate.
Skateboarders modify city spaces much like a hacker who modifies code in a computer program. In Skatehack, we demonstrate how skateboarding and hacking can be combined in a fun and exciting way using open source technologies.