Maker Faire Hannover expanded to two days this year, returning to the Congress Centrum for a second year. I did five short interviews with makers at the event.
Christoph Emonds (@cemonds) from Aachen created the smartphone-controlled High Striker with the Makey Robot on top.
Fabian Grupp is a product manager for Fabbster, a German-based 3D printer company.
Karsten Fuhst explains the automatic page-turning bookscanner.
Daniel Kocyba of Zoobotics.de talks about the Zuri Paperbot, an educational project. Daniel is from Hamburg.
David Bakker is the organizer of the Groningen Mini Maker Faire in the Netherlands. He drove several hours on his motorcycle to check out Maker Faire Hannover.