Maker Faire Yearbook 2023


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Faire: CDMX (Mexico City)
Maker: Juan Carlos Sánchez
Home: Ciudad de México, Mexico
Bëë es un prototipo de monitor ambiental móvil, incorporado en un bicicleta para con ello tener un monitoreo dinámico en las calles de la Ciudad de México de las partículas contaminantes a nivel peatonal.

Arcade Console

Faire: CDMX (Mexico City)
Maker: Antonio Martínez
Home: Morelos, Mexico
Nuestro objetivo es brindar una consola para los niños pequeños, fácil de jugar y sencilla de transportar, fomentando el razonamiento lógico, matemático o musical mediante minijuegos. No requiere acceso a internet.

Make: Magazine

Faire: Bay Area
Maker: Make:
Home: California, United States
Meet the Makers behind Make: and get a subscription to Make: magazine at a special event price! Sign up at the Make: Booth, in the Maker Shed or the Maker Faire Merch Tent. Join the Maker Movement and dive into the first magazine devoted to DIY technology projects.

Ashleys Native Designs

Faire: Syracuse
Maker: Ashley Kirby
Home: New York, United States
Ashley has a passion for creating healing jewelry. She makes all kinds of unique things. From hemp knotted necklaces and Bracelets, Malas, Wire Wrapped Pendants, Barefoot Sandals, Gemstone Bracelets. Her work is one of a kind and has a huge variety!

Obtainium Works

Faire: Bay Area
Maker: Obtainium Works
Home: California, United States
For both weekends, we plan to bring a number of art vehicles to be on display and be mobile on the 2nd weekend. We will also bring our Robot Rumble exhibit which is a battlebot style event using trash robots made from Obtainium. There will be 4 robots that are RC controlled to battle each other in a public safe arena. There will also be robots on display. On Sunday, October 22 at 5pm, we will have a parade of Obtainium Cup Contraptor Rally pedal powered vehicles.

Kind Kids Compliments

Faire: WNY Regional
Maker: Kind Kids Compliments
Home: New York, United States
Description: Learn alongside some inspiring students that are MAKING the world a better place through a student-run business. The Kind Kids turned a simple idea into a fully functional business that not only helps students develop real world skills


Faire: Orange County
Maker: chi yeung chiu
Home: California, United States
Robotogie engaging robotics kits that challenge students, fostering a passion for STEM. Build, program, and explore with hands-on learning. Empowering the Roboticist of tomorrow!

WornOut, vintage & estate jewelry repurposed

Faire: Hudson Valley
Maker: Cappi Macsherry
Home: New York, United States
WORNout is a small-batch jewelry design studio in South Nyack, NY who specializes in recreating sourced vintage heirloom jewelry relics into 18kt gold-adorned, one-of-a-kind, delightfully modernized signature pieces, re-made to be Worn Out.

Neuromotor Control Laboratory – Technology to Improve Health

Faire: Milwaukee
Maker: Neuromotor Control Laboratory
Home: Wisconsin, United States
We are a research team at Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin aiming to understand how the brain uses sensory information to move. We design technology to help people move better.

FTC Team #15901 Aztec.exe

Faire: Orange County
Maker: Aztec.exe
Home: California, United States
Aztec.exe is a FTC (First Tech Challenge) team founded in 2018. Visit our booth to test drive our competition robots and learn about designing and building robots for a global robotics challenge!

Panteras Robótica

Faire: CDMX (Mexico City)
Maker: Panteras Robótica
Home: CDMX, Mexico
Somos un equipo de robótica de preparatoria, que tiene como meta que los jóvenes aprendan sobre la ciencia y tecnología, compitiendo a nivel internacional, usando herramientas y recursos sofisticados nivel industria.


Faire: Rome
Maker: Kevin McAleer
WHAT IS BUBO-2T Bubo-2T is a robotic owl made in the Steampunk style. INSPIRATION Bubo was the name of the clockwork owl in the 1981 movie Clash of the Titans. It was animated by Ray Harryhousen. I’ve taken inspiration from other movie characters such as the Nautilus from the movie 20,000 Leagues under the Sea. I was also inspired by Tick Tock - the clockwork tin man from the movie Return to Oz. My other inspirations are creators of companion robots, such as Alex Glow and her Archie robot, Jorvon Moss, and also creators of wearable tech, such as Naomi Wu and Sophy Wong. Bubo-2T features advanced AI and machine learning and can detect hand gestures made in front of it. FEATURES 2 large eyes that open and close using 2 servers, one per eye Opening and closing mouth Each eye contains an Neopixel ring that is animated via a Raspberry Pi Pico The Pico is also connected via UART to a Raspberry Pi 4 2Gb One of the eyes also contains a Raspberry Pi Camera 3 Wide module The camera module enables the user to strike a pose, the hand gestures are detected and the camera will take a picture and tweet it to Twitter or Toot it to Mastodon (thats what the 2T or tooty means). For more information about Bubo-2T visit

Family Rocks LLC

Faire: Syracuse
Maker: Mandy Gosman
Home: New York, United States
Mom and son crystal jewelry and resin art/orgonite. My sons passion has been rocks since he could first pick them up. He enjoys sharing his love for crystals with others


Faire: Orange County
Maker: HeyGears
Home: California, United States
Hi! We are HeyGears, a 3D printing company since 2015. Shape your ideas with our newly launched resin printer - Ultracraft Reflex! It is a one-stop production platform for creators and makers to easily shape their ideas and bring them to reality.

Desarrollo de Robótica Educativa fomentando el estudio de carreras STEM en países subdesarrollados

Faire: CDMX (Mexico City)
Maker: Pablo Alejandro Torres Rizzo
Home: Guatemala, Guatemala
Cómo diseñar, manufacturar, ensamblar y crear tecnología con herramientas modernas y de bajo acceso para convertir una idea en un proyecto de robótica funcional y de alto impacto. La historia de Proyecto Balam y sus impactos en la juventud

Clifton Collective

Faire: Wichita
Maker: Juliana Phillips
Home: United States
A curated bunch of Midwest makers and beyond, Clifton Collective is home to all things fun + giftable; drink ware, clothing, candles, jewelry, kids' clothing, home goods, local goods and more!

programando a mex-bot en arduino

Faire: CDMX (Mexico City)
Maker: antonio joaquin lopez
Home: oaxaca, Mexico
aprende a programar al mex-bot, un robot mexicano, con diferentes funciones y retos que puedes aprender a resolver de algunas categorías existentes en la robótica mexicana. no necesitas conocimientos previos de programación o electrónica.

Spinning Study Group of Long Island

Faire: Long Island
Maker: Spinning Study Group of Long Island
Home: New York, United States
Come and see how The Spinning Study Group of Long Island is keeping the art form of spinning handspun yarn alive. We will be demonstrating on different styles of spinning wheels using a variety of fibers to create one of a kind yarn.

Teryn & Elise Crochets

Faire: Baton Rouge
Maker: Teryn Thornton
Home: Louisiana, United States
We're cousins who started crocheting in 2020! It all started with a class at JoAnn's and lots of YouTube. The pandemic gave us lots of time to work on our craft. So far we've made blankets, scarfs, sweaters, hats, tops, dolls, decorations, and more!

Myriad Mirage

Faire: Hudson Valley
Maker: Ginamarie Engels
Home: New York, United States
Myriad Mirage features unique, handcrafted jewelry, art, and more that is inspired by nature. Each creation incorporates unique metals, plants, insects, rocks & minerals, or other organic materials.

Code/Art – Make Your Own Binary Bracelet!

Faire: Miami
Maker: Code/Art
Home: Florida, United States
Code/Art - Miami's local non-profit inspiring girls and non binary youth to code by using art and creativity as an on-ramp will be hosting an interactive booth where attendees can create their own binary bracelet and learn about Code/Art's programs.

Benaiah Clothing

Faire: Lynchburg
Maker: Ashley Witherington
Home: Virginia, United States
Have attendees print and take their own shirt. The design will be the Maker's Faire design.

Freehand Fabricator: An industrial-grade 3D pen.

Faire: Bay Area
Maker: Timothy Keller
Home: California, United States
The Freehand Fabricator is what you would get if a 3D printer and a MIG welder had a baby. It is a high-temperature, high-flow 3D printer hot end with a comfortable handle and spool-fed extruder base station. People who have used '3D pens' know how slow they are, and how quickly they break. This is the solution those makers have been waiting for: the Freehand Fabricator is capable of extruding engineering-grade plastics and is more than twice as fast as existing solutions. The project is in the late prototyping stage at the moment and will be launched on Kickstarter in the coming months. We are currently looking for people to play with the prototypes and tell us what they think!

The Eclectic Witch

Faire: NW Arkansas
Maker: Elizabeth Reichman
Home: Arkansas, United States
The Eclectic Witch provides unique jewelry and various sundries to those who are seeking a certain aesthetic. Fun, beautiful, and a little witchy.

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