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Preview some of the exciting projects upcoming at Maker Faire Bay Area 2011 in this preview video by MAKE video intern Cameron Caywood.

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We’ve prepared a few Editor’s Picks lists to help you navigate what will surely be our biggest event yet:

Things That Glow or Burn

  • Digital Light Art with Bicycles

    Create your own 3D spherical light painting, or draw a picture and see it in lights on the full-color bicycle wheel display!

  • Neon Art Shop

    See how neon signs are made! Watch experts demonstrate neon tubebending.

  • ETFLED; E-Textile Flexible LED

    A full-body suit of flexible LED panels. Viewed by the naked eye, the panels appear to shift color depending on your viewing angle.

  • Tap Tap Animation

    An experimental interactive installation where you are invited to actuate binary pixels (tap lights) to create simple patterns, images, and messages, which are captured by the time-lapse recording station.

  • DIY Flame Tree – Add a Branch

    Add your own fire branch to create a beautiful collaborative flame tree sculpture.

Hacks

  • Hardware Hacking with Mitch Altman

    Come learn how to solder and make cool things with electronics!

  • Kinect Hacks

    Check out some of the innovative new user interfaces, game controls, 3D sculptures, and more that people have made using Kinect.

  • OutRun

    Garnet Hertz took the cabinet for the arcade game OutRun and made it into an awesome vehicle that actually drives!

  • SpaceCamp Hackerspace Area

    SpaceCamp gathers the leaders of popular hackerspaces and makerspaces together to share ideas, best practices, and knowledge. Come meet them!

  • Move.Me – Hacked PS3 controllers

    Fun applications for the PS3 Move controller: a draw bot, a music and light demo, and a claw bot.


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Becky Stern

Becky Stern is director of wearable electronics at Adafruit Industries. Her personal site: sternlab.org


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