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Check it out, Nat posted up the Maker fest line up for EuroOSCON on September 20th…

Make Magazine once again hosts Make Fest, an evening of inspiration, know-how, and spirited mischief-making. Expert makers share their projects, creations, and dirty little secrets. Embrace the technology in your life–join in, roll up your sleeves, and tweak technology to your will. It’s like a Science Fair on steroids. This event is free and open to anyone possessing the Maker spirit. All Makers are welcome! The hours are 1930 to 2130, and the location is the Hotel Le Plaza, Brussels, Belgium. The Maker Faire event is being held in conjunction with O’Reilly’s EuroOSCON Open Source Convention.

  • Ulla Maaria-Mutanen – craft projects, Maker Manifesto
  • Ewan Spence – podcasting projects
  • Paul Granjon -sexed (and other types) robots
  • Fabienne Serriere – electronics and computer hacks
  • Attila Csordas — how to isolate stem cells from your baby’s placenta, in a rent lab or at home
  • Nadya Peek – tactile feedback suit, solder a fabric keyboard, stuffed robots (plush animals) and check various abilities with RFID
  • Bre Pettis – MAKE video how-tos and various podcasts
  • Mark Hoestra – master the stuff around you, various hardware hacks
  • Johan Van den Brande — small robots (nanosumo and others, small indoor RC planes
  • Rene Grau — PC espresso machine
  • Ian Lesnet – hardware devices that collect data and push it to the web.
  • Hans Krohn – homemade flight simulator
  • Johanses Taelman – a simple two-handed VR user interface, a spherical robot, a sensor-musical instrument
  • code31 – an open studio for research, development ,and discussion about techniques and methodologies in media art. It attempts to stimulate interchange between several artistic disciplines.

P.S.: If you’re interested in attending the EuroOSCON Convention, receive a 30% Maker discount using this code: euos06mf30

Related:

  • Make Fest at EuroOSCON – Link.
  • EuroOSCON – Link.
  • Photos from last year’s event – Link.