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Attendance and exhibitors at Maker Faire Tokyo have grown dynamically, at least 50% per year. The previous venues proved too small, so this year the event moved to the Big Sight Convention Center – the largest event and trade show facility in Japan.   Kenji Ishida’s transformer robot was showing... Read more »

One of the most interesting, and unexpected, applications was e-NABLE, a network of volunteers donating their time and know-how to design and manufacture free prostheses for children and adults that are missing fingers or hands, typically in 3rd world countries without access to advanced medical technology.

Lem Fugitt of captured some of his favorite images from MakerCon and Maker Faire. Read more »