MAKE: Tokyo Meeting 02 was held on 11/8 at Tokyo’s Tama Art University, and the MAKE: Japan events just keep getting bigger, better, and wonderfully wilder. Here are a few highlights gleaned from the massive influx of pictures, video, and bloggings that this event inspired.
Here’s a video featuring four particularly awesome things from the meeting:
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Like the U.S. Maker Faires, this one was also fun for the whole family:
A young man controls an RC car with an iPhone accelerometer
And why not get her to play the drums too?
Or ride a bike, while twenty people take pictures:
(Most of the above via Gizmodo Japan’s report of MTM 02)
There was a speedcabling competition. The winner studied other speedcabling videos in preparation for this event, and as you can see, it paid off.
MTM also had a performance portion, that included tech-creative guests such as RedFrik as well as Craftwife, the iPhone-controlled SuperCollider Kraftwerk tribute performed.
Video recording of her live performances is prohibited, so we are left with this:
On the inside:
A variety of colorful guests were in attendance.
The DIY tank from HyperPhysics, folks standing comfortably in front of its gun.
LED-endowed Day of the Dead Bags.
And of course, a collection of some Katamari Damacy amigurumi.
Here’s a great video overview of MTM 02, complete with some rocking Tesla coils.
I’ll be posting more stuff from MTM 02 as it the internet pumps it in, so be on the lookout for more MTM 02 coverage. Got some pics or video of MTM 02 that didn’t make it here? Send it on over!