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Watch this DJ make a Tesla coil dance to the beat

What do you get when you combine turntables and Tesla coils? Well as you might expect, the results are pretty illuminating. At a recent Bay Area Maker Faire event San Francisco turntablist DJ Qbert experimented, combining super fast DJ’ing with high-voltage energy. Show More Summary

DJ Uses Intel Edison to Revolutionize Scratching

It doesn’t get much better than the world renowned DJ Qbert scratching insanely fast, except when every scratch is not just expressed as sound, but also sparks off of a tesla coil. That’s exactly what took place during Maker Faire Bay Area when DJ Qbert took to the stage to […] Read more on MAKE The post DJ Uses Intel Edison to Revolutionize Scratching appeared first on Make:.

3D Printering: Maker Faire And Resin Printers

Of course Maker Faire was loaded up with 3D printers, but we’re no longer in the era of a 3D printer in every single booth. Filament-based printers are passé, but that doesn’t mean there’s no new technology to demonstrate. This year, it was stereolithography and other resin-based printers. Show More Summary

Interactive Robot: Project Naughty Ball

A month before the Bay Area Maker Faire, there were ominous predictions the entire faire would be filled with BB-8 droids, the cute astromech ball bot we’ll be seeing more of when The Force Awakens this December. This prediction proved to be premature. Show More Summary

Robby Cuthbert’s Tensegrity Furniture Designs

Amid the flaming robots and art cars of the 2015 Maker Faire I found an unexpected oasis of beautiful wood furniture and sculptures held together using thin steel cables. Robby Cuthbert’s wood and steel designs take conventional furnishings...Show More Summary

Giant Flaming Feathers Awe Maker Faire Crowd

It’s just not a Maker Faire without a flame-firing sculpture. Thankfully, year after year, the renowned Bay Area arts organization Flaming Lotus Girls have provided the Faire with unforgettable interactive fire art. This year, fairgoers...Show More Summary

The Most Amazing Things We Saw At Maker Faire

What’s one part country fair, one part art festival, a side of Burning Man and an educational, geek-filled fun-fest? Maker Faire! We went to the Bay Area Maker Faire this past weekend, and overdosed on creative, inspiring DiY technology. Here’s what we saw. More »      

The Most Amazing Things We Saw at Bay Area Maker Faire Last Weekend

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

What’s one part country fair, one part art festival, a side of Burning Man and an educational, geek-filled fun-fest? Maker Faire, of course. We went the Bay Area Maker Faire this past weekend, and overdosed on creative, inspiring DiY technology. Here’s what we saw. Read more...

MegaBot Paintballs a Car

The recent Maker Faire Bay Area gave us a brief glimpse into our robopocalyptic future, as the 15-foot-tall MegaBot pelts its victim with deadly paintball cannons. Its makers want to eventually create a league of giant battling MegaBots.

Semis: Lead Times Healthy Says FBR; Intel Tempers Win10 Expectations

FBR & Co. semiconductor analyst Christopher Rolland today weighs in on the state of inventory and finds things to be fairly healthy for chip makers. Industry “lead times,” meaning, time to get certain parts from when orders are placed, are at a healthy 11 weeks, he notes, after something of a minor correction back in October, [...]

Photos from the May 2015 Maker Faire in San Mateo California

The post Photos from the May 2015 Maker Faire in San Mateo California appeared first on Guy Kawasaki.

An Introduction To Valve’s Tracking Hardware

[Alan Yates] brought a demo of Valve’s new VR tech that’s the basis of the HTC Vive system to Maker Faire this year. It’s exceptionally clever, and compared to existing VR headsets it’s probably one of the best headtracking solutions out there. With VR headsets, the problem isn’t putting two displays in front of the user’s eyes. Show More Summary

Jawbone's last $300 million loan came with harsh terms, says report

Fitness-tracking device maker Jawbone has had its fair share of recent troubles, including a delayed launch of its latest product, the Up3. In an analysis of startups conducted for Business Insider by Mattermark, Jawbone was one of the...Show More Summary

Tin Spider is 13-foot Rideable Strandbeest

Arguably our best find at Bay Area Maker Faire this year was the Tin Spider built by [Scott Parenteau]. He constructed the 13-foot tall vehicle to take with him on his very first trip to Burning Man back in 2012. There’s very littleShow More Summary

The Best of Maker Faire Bay Area 2015

Skating bug-bots, homemade roller coasters, and other oddities

The very cute and the very scary robots of Maker Faire

Not all robots are here to take over the world (or our jobs). Some of them are just cute play toys, dressed up in suits. Others are towering monsters who throw cans of paint at cars. We saw both at the 10th Annual Maker Faire in San Mateo, California on Saturday. Show More Summary

How Maker Faires Are Inspiring Young ‘Makers’ All Over the World

Young children and their parents flock to Maker's Faires to get hands-on tech time

Plywood Dodecahedron Snaps into Single Piece Construction

Students of Oakland, California’s Laney College FabLab showed off a large plywood dodecahedron at the 2015 Bay Area Maker Faire. The room-sized structure was cut using CNC fabrication and fits together without any need for glue or nails, making it relatively easy to set up and break down. Show More Summary

Adafruit And The Arduinos At Maker Faire

The apparent lull on the Arduino front the last few weeks was just the calm before the storm that is the Bay Area Maker Faire (BAMF). Both companies claiming the Arduino name were there over the weekend, with news and new products in tow. Show More Summary

The Versatility of Dremel Shines at Maker Faire

If you were to ask the collective Maker community to name their go-to tool, the enthusiastic response would be Dremel. No matter the project, the Maker will often tell you how they had to “go at it with a Dremel” to get it done. The beauty of the familiar, […] Read more on MAKE The post The Versatility of Dremel Shines at Maker Faire appeared first on Make:.

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