Maker Faire is a fun celebration of creators of all types, from chefs and brewers to robot-builders and artists, to musicians and programmers. Come see amazing creations, talk to inventors and crafters, watch exciting demos and talks, and take awesome workshops!
Robot Expo schedule for Sunday October 8 at Maimonides Park (subject to change):
10am – Ballpark opens for public
10:30am – Drone warmup / practice on obstacle course
11am – Robot show-off
11:45a Lincoln High School / Infento Go-Kart Demo
12pm – Robot competition #1 – robot bowling
1pm – Drone competitions on obstacle course
2pm – Robot Show-off part 2
3pm – Drone competitions on obstacle course
4pm – Robot competition #2 racing and agility
4:45pm – Robot photo op
Amphitheater Stage Schedule for Sunday October 08 (subject to change):
11:00a • Oplay: Wearable Social Game – Binyan Xu Presentation
12:00p • DIY Guitar Pedal – Becky Button Workshop
1:00p • Make personalized graphics for t-shirts/bags using Dall-e – Tex Kang Presentation
2:00p • HugMatch Earth: A Digital Sensory Playground – Chloe Koo Workshop
4:00p • Tech Couture: Details Revealed – Hal Rodriguez Presentation
Fat Cat Fab Lab is a maker space in West Village NYC. We have created custom game controllers for playing the viral Trombone Champ game. We will bring a selection of "instruments" to the faire for attendees to use in competition for the high score.
Playground Opera is an opera education program that immerses your students in the production and performance of an opera. We are pleased to now offer an Chibitronic's expressive electronics that enhances our STEAM-based approach.
The Kings County Radio Club is an organization dedicated to the art and science of radio communications. We help to educate those individuals interested in learning about Amateur Radio as a hobby.
ITP | IMA is located in the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Our mission is to explore the imaginative use of meaningful interactions and emerging technologies. We offer a master’s degree (MPS) for ITP and a bachelor’s degree (BFA) for IMA.
The objective of Tampu is to protect and educate the knowledge-contributions of the Andean ancestral culture to humanity. Implementing multiple impact projects, promoting the development and integration of the indigenous in the America continent .