Maker Faire Yearbook 2023

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ARTANTICA

Faire: Hudson Valley
Maker: Faycal Bouguir
Home: New York, United States
ARTANTICA is a small brand of decorative objects and unique artworks created by Artist Faycal B. in his NY Studio since 2018. The latest collection comprises a series of entirely handmade prints and vases with unique colors and shapes.

Salty Sea Resin

Faire: Orange County
Maker: sarah perdue
Home: California, United States
Ocean inspired resin pieces of art and home goods.

Solar Telescopes – Safely see the Sun like you’ve never seen it.

Faire: Syracuse
Maker: Syracuse Astronomical Society
Home: New York, United States
Look through solar telescopes to safely see our Sun in all its glory. See sunspots, flares, filaments, prominences, and other detail on the Sun's surface. Talk to local amateur astronomers about the James Webb Space Telescope and astronomy.

Vintage Coney Island Memorabilia

Faire: Coney Island
Maker: NULL
Home: New York, United States
I will be selling some of my collection of vintage Coney Island memorabilia.

Soul Candle

Faire: Chisinau
Maker: Iuliana Şelar
Home: Moldova
Creez lumânările din toată inima, pentru ca fiecare dintre clienții mei să-și găsească mirosul, designul sau forma potrivită. Creând lumânările, nu creez doar estetică, ci și un produs ecologic, potrivit pentru persoanele cu alergii și copii.

LA3D Club

Faire: Orange County
Maker: LA3D Club
Home: California, United States
We will be showing how to make photos with a regular smartphone so they can be viewed in 3D. We will also be showing work that the club does in 3D such as 3D movies and photographs. We will bring 3D viewers from the last century to modern ones.

ProtoStax – Modular, Extensible, Stackable Enclosures

Faire: Bay Area
Maker: Sridhar Rajagopal
Home: California, United States
ProtoStax Enclosures are modular, extensible & stackable plug-and-play enclosures. They help you easily transform your jumble-of-wires-and-boards prototype into an attractive & usable product. They are modular and allow for easy assembly, with unparalleled access for mounting various components. They are extensible – our Extension Kits and Add-Ons allow you to add peripherals like cameras, display panels, fans, switches, etc easily by simply swapping out pieces. They are stackable – create bigger composite enclosures/towers as required. And did we mention they are attractive? Proudly display your creation on a coffee table, share it with friends and family, or even sell to customers! After all, while a prototype that works is great, a prototype that can be used is even better!

SmartStore

Faire: Delft
Maker: Jelte Burggraaf
Home: Zuid-Holland, Nederland
Dit is de kledingwinkel van de toekomst. Hier pas je niet meer in de traditionele paskamer, maar d.m.v. een speciale spiegel. In deze spiegel kan je zien hoe kleding op jou zou staan en hoe het valt. Hierdoor vermijden we onnodig contact met kleding. Dit is beter voor de hygiene en er hoeft geen kleding meer weggegooid te worden, omdat het niet meer vies wordt. Het goal is om alleen nog maar kleding te maken voor de klant en niet voor de prullenbak.

BRAVO – Bosnian Representative Association for Valuable Opportunities

Faire: Sarajevo
Maker: BRAVO FAMILY
Home: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
BRAVO je profesionalna nevladina organizacija koja stavlja naglasak na znanje, poduzetništvo, razvoj civilnog društva, neformalno obrazovanje i inovativne tehnike učenja i razvoja za mlade i profesionalce.

Lake Shore High School Art Club

Faire: WNY Regional
Maker: kaitlin millen
Home: New York, United States
Lake Shore High Schools art department proudly presents their art club and some of their amazing works of art. Additionally, we will displaying our VR headset and selling items made by the students!

FAVA – Film and Video Arts Society

Faire: Edmonton
Maker: The Film and Video Arts Society (FAVA)
Home: Alberta, Canada
The Film and Video Arts Society (FAVA) exists to support film and media artists here in Edmonton, Alberta. Whether you have grand aspirations and don’t know where to start, or you are an established creative looking to develop your next project!

Greatest Dot-to-Dot Books

Faire: Hudson Valley
Maker: David Kalvitis
Home: New York, United States
David Kalvitis, a lifelong puzzle and game fan, opened Monkeying Around in 2000, with the goal of creating the most fun, challenging and artistic Dot-to-Dot Books ever. In 23 years he has published 20 books and sold over a million copies worldwide.

MiXR Media Streaming, LLC

Faire: Coney Island
Maker: Anthony Wilson
Home: New York, United States
MiXR is a media streaming company. We provide STEM (science, tech, education and math) drone programs for high school youngsters and summer camps. We’ll be showcasing our DIY and FPV (first person view) drones and drone kits. Join us.

Light Painting Stick

Faire: Orange County
Maker: Richard Truong
Home: California, United States
Light painting is a photographic technique in which exposures are made by moving a light source while taking a long exposure photograph. The Light Painting Stick uses an array of densely packed RGB LEDs to produce vibrant and realistic images.

Lacquer N Lipstick

Faire: Orange County
Maker: Kara Shropshire
Home: California, United States
Lacquer N Lipstick is about taking secondhand items and making them new again. I upcycle things like suitcases and flannel shirts into shelves and pillows. I also sell handmade crocheted items like succulents or flowers, as well as seasonal items.

Wellsville CSD SWAT – Laser Art Tent

Faire: Rochester
Maker: Wellsville CSD SWAT
Home: New York, United States
Multi-colored laser art captured by an open shutter camera.

KosLight – Lampi cu folosirea printarii 3D

Faire: Chisinau
Maker: Constantin Stog
Home: Moldova
Lămpi cu folosirea imprimării 3D și materialelor reciclate.

Sonoma Tintype

Faire: Bay Area
Maker: Sonoma. Tintype
Home: California, United States
We use original equipment from the 1850's from the cameras, tent/photo booth , chemicals, clothing to the speech pattern of the time. We try to take people back to at era. Tintype was the first inxpensive form of photography that the average person could afford. A family photograph in 1850 would only cost about two ,hours of work whereas a portrait may cost 60 _ 100 hours of work.

Reuse All Detritus

Faire: Central Oregon
Maker: Russell Simpson
Home: Oregon, United States
RAD turns waste into wonder! We develop methods for upcycling waste items and trash into useful and beautiful goods.

Dylan Sadiq | The College Cuber

Faire: Elkhorn
Maker: Dylan Sadiq
Home: New Jersey, United States
Come stop by to become an official Rubik's Cube artist! Help Dylan Sadiq, The College Cuber, put together a one of a kind piece of Rubik's Cube artwork! Learn how he has transformed his engineering education into a full-time art career!

Fable Fashion: Learn how to pipe flowers with Heather!

Faire: Pensacola
Maker: Heather Carr
Home: Florida, United States
Come learn how to pipe textured acrylic flowers using cake decorating techniques! I'll be showcasing how to hold a piping bag, 3 varieties of flowers, 3 types of border designs and how to transfer flowers onto canvases.

3D Printing on Youtube & Tiktok

Faire: Rochester
Maker: Uncle Jessy
Home: New York, United States
Hi there, my name is Uncle Jessy and I make and share 3D Printing projects on Youtube & Tiktok. I will be showing off 3D Printed replica props and show you how you can share your creations online to help inspire others!

ESPressoscope – a €10 wifi microscope

Faire: Eindhoven
Maker: vittorio saggiomo
Home: Nederland
Behold an ultra-compact, cheap, open-source DIY microscope system, tailored to various versatile applications. This mostly 3D-Printed DIY pocket-size microscope embraces portability and convenience. Powered by a battery, it seamlessly connects via WiFi, offering incredible mobility. It can boasts the capability to discern details as fine as 10 micrometers. Come to build/check one and let's look for tardigrades at the MakerFaire venue.

Smart Garden using Seeed Studio WIO Terminal

Faire: Lisbon
Maker: Seeed Studio
Home: Cataluña, Espanha
It is a workshop sponsored by Seeed Studio for the educational community, and delivered by POWAR, in which we will show teachers the capabilities of the WIO Terminal, an IoT device designed by Seeed Studio, to carry out projects related to environmental sciences and the internet of things. The WIO terminal has a light sensor, accelerometer, microphone, buzzer and screen integrated into the device, in addition to the possibility of connecting to WiFi and LoRa network. On top of that, Seeed Studio's WIO terminal works with sensors and actuators that don't need complicated connections or advanced electronics skills, making them perfect for learning as you just need to plug them in and load the code to start using them. In the workshop we will first teach teachers how to use and program some of these sensors, and then we will teach them to integrate them to create an intelligent plant monitoring system that can give us information such as ambient temperature, amount of light, relative humidity and soil moisture, and also warn us when the plant needs to be watered. We will also have some other sensors of different types for teachers to try during the workshop if they want.

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