A time Lapse of Maker Faire while in the Fiesta building on Saturday, Day1. A day in just 2 minutes.
Time lapse of day 2, Sunday, at Maker Faire
A compilation of projects from the Bay Area Maker Faire!
Drumming and Sewing and more from the Austin Maker Faire 2007!
See a fire demonstration, just one of the cool displays at Maker Faire Austin 2007
Diet Coke and Mentos guys do their thing at the Austin Maker Faire. It's awesome!
See some of the cool exhibits at Maker Faire Austin 2007!
See how these guys made instruments out of Tesla Coils at the Maker Faire 2007. They even played the Zelda theme at some point!
Maker Faire 2008 (set up)
A timelapse video of Maker Faire in the main expo building on Sunday.
Check out all the fun and excitement at this year's Maker Faire in San Mateo, California. People from all over the world came to experience this amazing event. Take a look at some of the highlights and make plans to attend the next Maker Faire.
This years Maker Faire in California had it's share of really cool riding machines. Here's a brief look at some of them with their "Makers".
Maker Faire 2007: Steampunk, robots, tesla coils and more
From the Maker Faire Program (*******makerfaire****/pub/e/1091)
About the Maker(s): Marnia Johnston
SWARM is built to explore the aesthetic possibilities in the emergent behavior of artificial systems. As a first step, Orbs are remote-controlled by human operators, but each Orb's sounds and color illumination is algorithmically generated in response to location and motion. Each Orb has sophisticated navigational sensors including GPS, accelerometers, and rate gyros. We are progressing towards sophisticated navigational algorithms, much like those used in spacecraft, that allow each orb to determine its location with high accuracy. From this, we can explore emergent and cooperative behavior like flocking as well as new possibilities in machine choreography. SWARM is not a simulation. SWARM is a platform for art of the 21st century.
Computer control, sand and a large ball bearing turn simple movement into art at Maker Faire 2008