Jimmie has this followup on his announcement for Maker Revolution in Boston this Saturday and Sunday:
The event can pretty much be summed up as a two day extravaganza of
makers, hackers, and artists getting together to share cool things
they’ve made, and how to make them. There will be installation art
pieces, workshops, and talks. You’ll be able to both see an Arduino in
use for an art piece, purchase one, and even learn how to use it.
There will be workshops as well, so you can learn to circuit bend, or
build your own TV-B-Gone with the inventor, Mitch Altman. The Makerbot
will also make an appearance, and Bre Pettis will be on hand
demonstrating rapid prototyping and how it can change your life.
A number of Boston area makers and artists will also be presenting,
showing off some of the their works. This is a good way to find out
about things going on in the area, and how you can become involved.
From building music and sound installations, to designing your own
video games, and even trying a shot of your own DNA. There is sure to
be at least one art piece or talk that you will find interesting. It
is also very conveniently located just a few minute’s walk from the
Kendall T stop.
Watch here for updates! If you are going, add your photos to the MAKE Flickr pool.
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I posted a set of pics I took at Maker Revolution on Saturday on my flickr.
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