You may not be able to pick Justin Gray out of a crowd, but if you’ve ever been to the Bay Area Maker Faire, you know his robots. Since the very first Maker Faire, Gray has delighted onlookers with his chaotic creations of rust, steel, fire, and destruction.
Built from scrap steel, discarded parts, antique machinery, and industrial equipment, they are unique and full of life. While they may just be machines piloted by people, their creative construction gives each the feel of a personality all their own. Some may appear harmless and even cute while others exhibit a lust for destruction.
This year at the Bay Area Maker Faire, you’ll have the pleasure of meeting several members of Gray’s robot family. He’ll be bringing Darwin, Charlie, Libby, Boris,ROEBL, and the latest addition to be unveiled at the Maker Faire. Enjoy their antics by day and prepare yourself for the fiery displays as the sun falls.
After 10 years of Gray’s presence at the Maker Faire, we can’t imagine the event without him and his bots scurrying about. These flaming destruction bots are easily one of the items that set this Maker Faire apart from many others and we love Gray and his team at Graywrx for it.
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