Brighton’s Mini Maker Faire is back for its third year this weekend at the Corn Exchange, Sept.7-8. The fair attracted more than 7,000 people last year and this year is expected to be even bigger.
Brighton Mini Maker Faire is part of Brighton Digital Festival, a month-long celebration of digital culture throughout September in Brighton.
Here’ s a look at some of the makers on tap for the event:
Agnes Robonit is a humanoid knitting robot that can knit with its hands like a human.
Native Hands will show how to make useful, colorful containers made from recycled materials and “trash.”
Superpants will offer a range of projects themed around fluids, games and lighting, a mix that defies easy description.
The Rebel Legion’s Elstree Base is the home to all the ‘good guys’ costumes in the Star Wars universe.
SolderSplash LAByrinth: A classic marble labyrinth with a modern twist. You can’t touch it to control it and it’s two players.