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Exhibitors at Seattle Mini Maker Faire 2014:
All Metal Arts
ArtsThaddeus: Portable Camera Obscura
Autonomous toy train using Arduino
Battletrack: Play-Well TEKnologies
BEAM + Bricks!
Custom Motorized Longboard
DigiPen Institute of Technology
DIY & Make Craft Stick Toys
Flying Heritage Collection
Hack Your Clothes
HiveBio Community Lab
Ill Gotten Games
King County Library System
Living Computer Museum
Makelangelo 3 Mural Drawing Robot
Motion Sickness Cinematic Robots
OlyMEGA: Olympia Makers, Engineers, Geeks and Artists
OpenBeam & The Metrix Open Hardware Alliance
Original Pin: Cameras with Character
Pages and Pop-ups
Schlem’s 3D Printed Pinhole Photography
Scroll Wood Shop
Seattle Tool Libraries & Fixers Collectives
Slime Mold: At Home, Around the World
Soldering Station with Jigsaw Renaissance and IEEE
STEM – Near Space Satellites
Suspension of Disbelief
They Shall Walk
wTrak Modular Wooden Railway
xbot robotic workspace
Schedule of Presentations:
Saturday, March 22, 2014
1:00pm FIRST Tech Challenge Team 5953: Learn about an award-winning robot built by middle and high school students.
2:00pm Lifehacking 101: Experimenting with the Latest Science & Technology: In the DIY spirit, this will be a highly practical, fun, and science-based interactive session on “hacking your life.”
2:30pm Emmett’s 3D Printing: Discover the art and science of 3D printing.
3:00pm DigiPen Institute of Technology: Hear from leaders in game development education.
3:30pm Short Range Wireless: Joe Decuir, a Distinguished Lecturer in the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society will lead a discussion on three common wireless solutions for makers.
Sunday March 23, 2014
1:00pm Make Fun Robots, Rockets, and Rayguns: Experience an action-oriented seminar on sourcing and building fun robots, rockets, and rayguns from recycled technology materials.
2:00pm Forest Field: See a demo of a dance performance that links projected graphics to the distance between the performers.
2:30pm Grow Plastics: Hear from a local maker developing a process for making biodegradeable plastic cups with a sandwich core structure with the end goal to replace all food packaging plastic with biodegradeables.
3:00pm OpenROV: A community of DIY ocean explorers and makers of low-cost, open-source underwater robots will present.
3:30pm Makers for Humanitarian Technologies: Joe Decuir, a Distinguished Lecturer in the IEEE Consumer Electronics Society, will present.