Bay Area political events: LGBT rights film, town hall Political events in the Bay Area Rep. Mark DeSaulnier, D-Concord, will host a Resistance Fair and discussion with Indivisible Guide co-author Jeremy Haile. The event is from 10 a.m. Show More Summary
When I was at Bay Area Maker Faire a few weekends ago I stopped by the Monoprice booth to chat with [Chris Apland], their head of 3D Printing. Earlier in the week, the company had just announced preorders for their new $169 delta-style...Show More Summary
With the world's first international giant robot fight just a few months away, team America has revealed its contender. The MegaBots Mk.III combat robot made its hulking debut at Maker Faire Bay Area, and took the opportunity to beat...Show More Summary
The Maker Movement has been shaping a new generation of “agents of change” who are a huge interest to the Future Food Institute. Read more on MAKE The post Maker Faire Bay Area 2017: The Future of the Food Maker Movement appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
A revolutionary eyelash invention is making extensions and magnetic variations seem standard. At the annual Maker Faire in the Bay Area, designer Tien Pham unveiled a pair of interactive LED false eyelashes, referred to as F.Lashes. Here's how they work: the eyelash strips are glued to your natural eyelashes using any regular eyelash glue. Show More Summary
This week's tips come to you by way of the greatest show & tell on Earth, Maker Faire Bay Area. Read more on MAKE The post Tips of the Week: Maker Faire Bay Area Edition appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
At the Bay Area Maker Faire last weekend, Intel was showing off a couple of sexy newcomers in the Single Board Computer (SBC) market. It’s easy to get trapped into thinking that SBCs are all about simple boards with a double-digit price tag like the Raspberry Pi. Show More Summary
Saturday night marked the fourth annual Hackaday BAMF meetup. The night when weary exhibitors close up their booths at Bay Area Maker Faire and head over to O’Neil’s Irish Pub where the real fun starts. There are many drawbacks to having...Show More Summary
Tested editor Norman Chan and artist Frank Ippolito went to Maker Faire Bay Area and chatted with engineer and maker Eric Harrell, who brought his amazing functional 3D printed models of car engines and transmissions. Eric shared the...Show More Summary
Make Magazine hosted the 12th annual Bay Area Maker Faire this past weekend, drawing in more than one hundred thousand visitors. The event is a celebration of "makers" of all sorts and kinds. Visitors could see 3-D printers in action,...Show More Summary
The Prusa i3 Mk 2 is the hotness in consumer-grade, quality 3D printing right now. And things just keep getting more interesting. We caught up with Josef Pr?ša at Maker Faire Bay Area this weekend to see the multi-material extruder in its final form. Show More Summary
I was at Maker Faire Bay Area this weekend. One of my favorite things was a collection of simple handmade puzzles sitting on a table under an umbrella, away from the action. A Russian woman named Tatiana Ginzburg told me that the puzzles were part of some kind of mind enlightenment group she started. Show More Summary
This weekend at the Bay Area Maker Faire, Arduino in conjunction with SiFive, a fabless provider of the Open Source RISC-V micros, introduced the Arduino Cinque. This is a board running one of the fastest microcontrollers available,Show More Summary
The hard drive platter launcher that [Krux] built has been among my all-time favorite builds and I am so excited that he is showing it off at this year’s Bay Area Maker Faire. At its core the concept is quite simple; dump a large amount...Show More Summary
The new Humble Bundle of Make: ebooks has got you covered, whether your interests are drones, toy-making, cooking, or anything in-between. Read more on MAKE The post Celebrating Maker Faire Bay Area with Humble Bundle and Make: books appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
If you’re in the Bay Area this weekend, the only place to be on Saturday night is O’Neill’s Irish Pub in San Mateo. Hackaday is once again hosting a meetup after Maker Faire closes for the evening, and you don’t want to miss it. Please...Show More Summary
Maker Faire Bay Area is next weekend, and you know what that means: we’re having a meetup on Saturday night. If you’re in the area, it’s highly recommended you attend. It’s a blinky bring-a-hack with booze. You can’t beat it. I heard the OPShark is showing up. Show More Summary
We love it when people use Kickstarter to make creative tools — devices, kits, and platforms that open up new possibilities for makers, artists, and anyone looking to bring their ideas to life. So for this year’s Maker Faire in San Mateo,...Show More Summary
You can meet plenty of Maker Pros at Maker Faire Bay Area this year. If you can't make it, check out these other professionals. Read more on MAKE The post Maker Pro News: The Dangers of Hardware Clones, Countdown to Maker Faire Bay Area, and More appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
Great video from Ardupilot Development Team member Jaime Machuca, on working towards an upcoming Maker Faire in San Francisco's Bay area. The Ardupilot event is sponsored by Intel. More information on the project is available…