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Titanoboa from Ben Z Cooper on Vimeo.

Charlie Brinson of eatART talks about what it was like to build a 50′ electromechanical snake. If you made it out to Vancouver Mini Maker Faire last year, you would have seen the in-progress pieces. Man, has it come a long way! A lot of hard work has gone into this project; it’s great to see it slithering! Learn more about Titanoboa on the Titanoboa website.

Emily Smith

Emily Smith

Emily Smith is the driving force behind Vancouver Mini Maker Faire and Vancouver Maker Foundation. She is an avid textile artist and community organizer with a focus on facilitating collaborative and creative workspaces as well as maker-oriented projects and educational programming.


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