Missed the Seattle Mini Maker Faire on June 2nd?

Never fear, media is here:

  • Finally see a Maker Faire in 3D, thanks to Coldstreams!  (Nerd note:  above video was shot using two Kodak Playsport Zx3 cameras on a monopod, and edited using Magix Movie Edit Pro MX Plus.)
  • Travels with Woot and Geekwire both did great still-image blog coverage of the first-ever Seattle Mini Maker Faire. Hard not to love pics of Daniel Robbins’ fastener-free SketchUp-generated dollhouses and the glowing fish tank by the Magnicians (nickel particles+electromagnets+LEDs).
  • Hank of Espresso Buzz Photography put up a beautiful set on Flickr.
  • Fabien & Bertrand from the [Nwazet team provided in-depth documentation with good “who are you and what do you make?” interviews (watch below).

Christin Boyd, producer of the Seattle Mini Maker Faire, said the event featured a grand total of fifty makers and twenty-one presentations and workshops, and that over 2800 attendees came down to the Seattle Center over the course of the two days.  Cheers, Seattle!

Thanks to GeekWire for the shot of Ken C Judd‘s toy robots.

Sabrina Merlo

Sabrina is the Maker Faire Program Director. She works on stage content for the flagship fairs (Bay Area & New York), and also runs Maker Faire’s licensing program for locally and independently produced “Mini” Maker Faires. She also co-creates the East Bay Mini Maker Faire in her town, Oakland, CA.


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