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This year's program is jam-packed with fun interactive exhibits and presentations. To plan your time at Maker Faire, check out the schedule below, download the printed program guide, view a map of the Event Center, and get the app for your smartphone (please note the app will update to accommodate last-minute changes). To learn more about each exhibit and the makers behind all the ingenuity, visit our Meet the Makers page.

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Auditorium

Ideas and voices from the maker movement

Zone A - Inside NYSCI, 2nd floor

Saturday

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Auditorium
Disrupting Higher Ed: Barter and Mentor Based Education

Disrupting Higher Ed: Barter and Mentor Based Education - TradeSchool.coop

Join Caroline Woolard and Or Zubalsky of tradeschool.coop and Michael Mandiberg of New York Arts Practicum for presentations and dialog about barter and mentor based education during a crisis of opportunity and debt.

Video

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Auditorium
Building Resilient Communities

Building Resilient Communities - John Robb

Do you live in a Resilient Community? A resilient community produces the food, energy, water, things, and incomes it needs locally. If you don't live in one, build one. I'll tell you how.

Video

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Auditorium
Every Child a Maker

Every Child a Maker - AnnMarie Thomas

AnnMarie will talk about the work of the Maker Education Initiative, focusing on developing the people, places and practices that will allow more children the opportunity to be makers. Supporting the next generation of makers is an endeavor that has a role for everyone!

Video

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Auditorium
FIRST for the Future

FIRST for the Future - Jon Dudas

Jon will speak about how FIRST and Maker share the same spirit- he will share team stories about the importance of collaboration, how FIRST helps kids find their passion for STEM and gives them an opportunity to pursue their passion as a career.

Video

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Auditorium
The Arduino / AVR Hour

The Arduino / AVR Hour - Massimo Banzi, Alf-Egil Bogen

Catch up on the latest news and the story behind Arduino, the popular open-source electronics prototyping platform. Massimo Banzi, co-founder of the Arduinio Project, will share the latest developments in the Arduino open source microcontroller; Alf-Egin Bogen, CMO of Atmel and one of the three inventors of the AVR microcontroller architecture, will talk about the creation of the ATmega series of AVR chips, the hardware heart of the Arduino movement. Bring your questions session will end with open Q&A.

Video

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Auditorium
Art and Science and Making Things

Art and Science and Making Things - Seth Godin

The industrialist mindset of productivity and predictable perfection has infected all elements of our lives, from school to science. Once you see it, you'll understand how it pushes us to avoid the hard work of doing truly interesting science, and how it encourages us to avoid the maker mindset. In this informal talk, I'll try to get under your skin, at least a little, about what's at stake.

Video

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Auditorium
Going Big: From Maker Movement to New Industrial Revolution

Going Big: From Maker Movement to New Industrial Revolution - Chris Anderson, Bre Pettis

How big can the Maker Movement get? Can it really restart a manufacturing renaissance in America? Will desktop fabrication have as much impact as desktop computing did? Bre Pettis (MakerBot) and Chris Anderson (Wired/3D Robotics, author of Makers) discuss the lessons learned in building big Maker businesses, and give a glimpse of where they think this movement is going.

Video

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Auditorium
Design and DIY: How Makers Are Influencing Product Design

Design and DIY: How Makers Are Influencing Product Design - Allan Chochinov, Carla Diana, Gadi Amit, Jared Ficklin, Tad Toulis

Hackers, modders, DIYers and makers of all kinds are influencing how product designers approach their craft. Come learn first hand how 4 top designers are embracing this new ethos, the implications it holds for their profession, and how maker culture is impacting the very nature of what it means to design.

Video

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Auditorium
Darwin's Devices:  Evolving Robots to Study Animal Evolution

Darwin's Devices: Evolving Robots to Study Animal Evolution - John Long

To understand organic evolution, we evolve biorobots. Our biorobots are fully autonomous mimics of ancient fish-like vertebrates. We subject them to the same selection pressures that may have occurred 500 million years ago.

Video

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Auditorium
Cloud Robotics and the African Robotics Network: Design Challenge Winners

Cloud Robotics and the African Robotics Network: Design Challenge Winners - Ken Goldberg

The Cloud will have a huge impact on the next generation of robots. It provides access to vast resources of data, software, computation,as well as access to human designers and researchers worldwide. Ken will announce the latest results.

Video

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Auditorium
Large Scale: Fabricating Sculpture in the 60s and 70s

Large Scale: Fabricating Sculpture in the 60s and 70s - Jonathan Lippincott

Jonathan Lippincott, author of Large Scale, presents a photographic history of the sculptures made at his family's fabrication shop/gallery, Lippincott, Inc. Lippincott makers prototyped, made and installed many large-scale iconic art works by Claes Oldenburg, Louise Nevelson, Barnett Newman, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Indiana and many more.

Video

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Auditorium
Hacking the Free Seas: Water-Borne Artists Working in New York City

Hacking the Free Seas: Water-Borne Artists Working in New York City - Stephan von Muehlen, A'yen Tran, Marie Lorenz

Marie Lorenz, A'yen Tran and Stephan von Muehlen discuss their work as artists in NYC working on water-based projects that bring people beyond the water's edge to experience their city from a radically different perspective.

Video

6:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Auditorium
Illuminated Interventions: A Preliminary Tactical Guide

Illuminated Interventions: A Preliminary Tactical Guide - Mark Read, Natalia Radywyl, Grayson Earle

The Illuminator Affinity Group will present a brief history of and discuss lessons learned in the field over the last 4 months of repeated interventions in public space with this tactical media tool, the "spectacularization machine."

Video

Sunday

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Auditorium
Making Things Makes Us Better

Making Things Makes Us Better - Carrie and Alton Barron, MDs

Making things is good for our minds, moods, earning potential, and our economy. Purposeful hand use breeds contentment, enhances cognition and alters brain chemistry. Renewed prosperity will come through creativity and manufacturing our own goods.

Video

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Auditorium
Drones!

Drones! - Chris Anderson

Why should the military have all the cool stuff? The age of the personal drone has arrived, and you can make one yourself. Chris Anderson (DIY Drones/Wired) shows the latest in multicopters, robot planes and flying AI.

Video

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Auditorium
Things One Can Make with Computation and Knowledge

Things One Can Make with Computation and Knowledge - Stephen Wolfram

Stephen Wolfram, President and CEO of Wolfram Research, will show some of the things that are now possible to make with Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha, Wolfram SystemModeler, etc, particularly when combined with new devices and technologies. Expect some surprising demos, and sneak previews of Wolfram technologies currently under development.

Video

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Auditorium
Should Science Be Allowed to be Interesting? One Man's Insane Journey through a TV Career on PBS

Should Science Be Allowed to be Interesting? One Man's Insane Journey through a TV Career on PBS - David Pogue

In this lavishly photographed, highly hilarious talk, Pogue will share the experience of a lifetime--and opine on the state of science, television, and humor in America.

Video

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Auditorium
Tesla Gets His Due:  Building a Museum Through Crowdfunding

Tesla Gets His Due: Building a Museum Through Crowdfunding - Jane Alcorn, Slava Rubin

Let's Build a Tesla Museum: The story behind how $1.3+ million was raised to save Wardenclyffe, Nikola Tesla's last remaining laboratory, and what we plan to do. Tesla gave us formative patents for radio, alternating current, robotics, and remote control.

Video

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Auditorium
Tesla's Dream (Wireless Electricity) and the Coming Amateur Revolution

Tesla's Dream (Wireless Electricity) and the Coming Amateur Revolution - Jack Hitt

Hitt will talk about the latest amateur to break out of her metaphorical garage--the inventor of the wireless battery-charger--and how she's part of a historical cycle, the latest DIY revolution that's coming.

Video

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Auditorium
Working with NASA on Innovative Space Technology

Working with NASA on Innovative Space Technology - Mason Peck

NASA's Chief Technologist will describe how NASA is engaging communities involved in developing the killer apps for space that may determine the future of commercial space.

Video

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Auditorium
Makers on Mars: Collaboration in Mission Control

Makers on Mars: Collaboration in Mission Control - Andrew Kessler

NASA has a knack for getting massive teams of brainiacs to put aside their differences and pull off incredible feats. Martian Summer author Andrew Kessler shares insights from his three months in Mars Phoenix mission control.

Video

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Auditorium
Preparing for College: What's a Maker To Do?

Preparing for College: What's a Maker To Do? - Stu Schmill

Students and parents recognize the value of going to college, yet applying can be a confusing process. The dean of admissions at MIT will and offer advice to students as to how best to prepare for the college experience and application process.

Video

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Auditorium
The State of Open Source Hardware

The State of Open Source Hardware - Dustyn Roberts, Catarina Mota

From the co-chairs of the 2012 Open Hardware Summit: an overview of the defining events of the last 10 years to draw a snapshot of the current state of the open source hardware movement and the impact it's having in maker culture and beyond.

Video

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Auditorium
Making is the New Sex - and the New Economy

Making is the New Sex - and the New Economy - Nora Abousteit

Making is a rare defragmentation in a world of endless online streams. The passion for making led to building the biggest company of all times. Now, entering the social web, making is about to explode and will radically change the way we consume - or not anymore.

Video

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Auditorium
Between Architecture and Science: Material Analogs

Between Architecture and Science: Material Analogs - Jenny Sabin

This talk will look at intersections between architecture, textile structures and biology through multiple modes of working. This work offers up novel possibilities that redefine architecture within the greater scope of generative design and fabrication.

Video

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Auditorium
Kickstarted? Now What?

Kickstarted? Now What? - Brook Drumm, Taylor Levy, Che-Wei Wang, David Lang

With no guidebook, maker pros are having to learn everything about manufacturing as they go. This panel will discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of that process.

Video

Make: Live Stage

Conversations about emerging tech, new practices & community

Zone D

Saturday

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Carla Hall, Making Food Favorites with Kids

Carla Hall, Making Food Favorites with Kids - Carla Hall

Carla Hall, chef and co-host of ABC's "The Chew," shows kids and their families how to make healthy, delicious quesadillas, and everyone gets a sample!

Video

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Make: Live Stage
Spacing Out Your Brain

Spacing Out Your Brain - Chris Gerty

As seen at MakerCamp in August, interact with a NASA maker who will explain how he makes, adapts and uses DIY technologies to explore human response such as the Vibrotactile Stimulation device which will be demonstrated.

Video

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Raspberry Pi: Six Months In

Raspberry Pi: Six Months In - Eben Upton

In this presentation, we describe the state of the Raspberry Pi project six months after launch. We highlight the most interesting projects that we've seen to date, and discuss some of our plans for the future.

Video

1:00 PM - 1:15 PM

Make: Live Stage
Descriptive Camera Makes Pictures You Can Read

Descriptive Camera Makes Pictures You Can Read - Matt Richardson

Matt Richardson shares his Descriptive Camera project, a camera that outputs text descriptions instead of a photos. He'll give a live demo the camera, explain how it works, and share some of his experiences using it.

Video

1:15 PM - 1:30 PM

Make: Live Stage
RadioShack's East vs. West Hackerspace Challenge Winner Announcement

RadioShack's East vs. West Hackerspace Challenge Winner Announcement - Bre Pettis

Bre Pettis, a founder of Makerbot and NYCResistor, will be presenting the first-ever RadioShack Hackerspace East vs. West Challenge Winner Award! After the announcement, the winning team will do a brief demonstration of their project.

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Make: Live Stage
3D Printing Goes Mainstream:  Present and Future Applications at Work, Home and School

3D Printing Goes Mainstream: Present and Future Applications at Work, Home and School - Marc de Vinck, Liz Arum, Brian Jepson, Duann Scott, Chris Connors

Learn what educators, designers, engineers, and entrepreneurs are creating with 3D printing technology. This once high-end piece of equipment has now become commonplace in the maker-labs around the world. We have seen this technology transform from a hobby of those early adopters, to a serious tool for innovation and prototyping, and now something marketed as household appliance. Moderated by Lehigh University professor Marc de Vinck, this panel will discuss the current state of affairs within the 3D printing community, as well as what the future may hold.

Video

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Imagining the Future and Building It

Imagining the Future and Building It - Brian David Johnson

Intel futurist Brian David Johnson will talk about his work and conversations to gain fresh perspectives on how our relationship with technology is changing - in order to imagine and ultimately build a better future.

Video

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Making Young Makers

Making Young Makers - Jeff Sturges, Jaymes Dec, Lisa Brahms, Steve Davee, Jon Santiago, AnnMarie Thomas

How can we encourage the next generation of makers? Panelists will share details of youth maker spaces and programs from around the country.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Make: Live Stage
Peter Meehan and His Lucky Peach

Peter Meehan and His Lucky Peach - Peter Meehan, Stett Holbrook

Lucky Peach is a quarterly journal of food and writing. It's different than your average glossy food-fetish magazine: kind of punk rock, funny, and forthright. When you read it, you feel like you're hanging with the chefs at 1 a.m. after a long dinner shift. Peter Meehan makes Lucky Peach along with David Chang of Momofuku. MAKE Senior Editor Stett Holbrook (a former food editor!) will be asking the questions. Come meet Peter and check out the most fun food magazine around.

Video

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Fashion: On the Make

Fashion: On the Make - Audrey Supple

Audrey Supple, seasoned VP of Production for 30 years for high-end fashion houses Isaac Mizrahi, Marc Jacobs, Badgeley Mischka, Zac Posen and now J. Mendel will present the multi-step process of shepherding a couture dress through NYC's Fashion District from the first sketches from the designer to delivery of the finished garment.

Video

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
What Makes a MakerSpace

What Makes a MakerSpace - Dale Dougherty, Tiburcio Carcova, James Goodman, Jaymes Dec, Psy Tek, Gui Cavalcanti

Shared-use community work spaces are popping up around the globe in myriad of configurations, with diverse business plans, members & services. Dale Dougherty, founder of MAKE and Maker Faire, will talk with founders of five different maker spaces on how their spaces run, why they started, and what happens next.

Video

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Make: Live Stage
Crowdfunding Success Patterns

Crowdfunding Success Patterns - Brian Meece

Crowdfunding is a new social ritual that enables the public to support projects in the Maker space. Designed for project leaders looking to leverage crowdfunding for a Maker project, this talk will use real life case studies to teach how to maximize success with this new funding model.

Video

6:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Open Design from Qatar to Cuba

Open Design from Qatar to Cuba - Paolo Cardini

How places and behaviors affect Open Design process? From Doha to Havana, to understand the role of locality in the Open movement development. Different problems, needs and background, same creative and sharable solutions.

Video

Sunday

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Mini Maker Faires: Building Local Maker Community Around the Globe

Mini Maker Faires: Building Local Maker Community Around the Globe - Sabrina Merlo, Luis Rodriguez, Mark Mathias, Shannon Hoover

Find out about MAKE's Mini Maker Faire program and how you can make a Maker Faire where you live. Program Director Sabrina Merlo will talk how the program works, and representatives from Mini Maker Faires across the globe will share background and stories on the scope, scale, and business model of their Mini Maker Faire.

Video

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Meet the Young Makers

Meet the Young Makers - Doe Kelvin, Anthony Rodriguez, Super Awesome Sylvia , Raven Holston-Turner, Nick DeJesus, Joey Hudy, Mark Greenlaw

What inspires young people to start Making? Why do they find Making fun and interesting? What do they learn from Making? Mark Greenlaw will interview six young makers from all over the US and beyond. Come hear their fascinating stories and get to know these amazing young makers!

Video

1:00 PM - 1:15 PM

Make: Live Stage
InventNYC

InventNYC - Miquela Craytor

NYCEDC will announce a program that challenges New York Cit's many hackers, makers and technologists to take their product ideas to the next level.

Video

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Smart Materials for DIY Projects

Smart Materials for DIY Projects - Catarina Mota

Smart materials are an important component of the future of manufacturing and tech crafts. This presentation will go over some examples of smart materials, the issues we currently face, and the next steps in making smart materials more accessible to all.

Video

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Make: Live Stage
Raspberry Pi 101

Raspberry Pi 101 - Matt Richardson

What's a Raspberry Pi and why is there so much hype about it? What makes it different from a computer or a microcontroller? MAKE's Matt Richardson introduces the popular $35 computer and explains what's so great about it.

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Kickstarter: Bring Your Creative Project to Life

Kickstarter: Bring Your Creative Project to Life - Yancey Strickler

Join Kickstarter cofounder Yancey Strickler for a primer on how to bring your Kickstarter project to life. We'll look at some successful projects and learn what kind of rewards work best, how to spread the word, and other helpful tips.

Video

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Make: Live Stage
Converting RC Toys to Programmable Toys

Converting RC Toys to Programmable Toys - Ramya Swamy

This presentation will showcase 3 hacked off the shelf RC toys 1. A programmable Radio Shack car (hardware/software hack) 2. The Programmable Brookstone Rover - (software hack) 3. The Programmable ArDrone - (software hack)

Video

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Low Tech/No Tech Robotics Projects for Kids

Low Tech/No Tech Robotics Projects for Kids - Kathy Ceceri

You can learn how robots work using just cardboard, duct tape, and a few recycled components! A peek at research-based projects from GeekMom Kathy Ceceri's book "Robotics: Discover the Science and Technology of the Future."

Video

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Make: Live Stage
The Art of RepRap Breeding

The Art of RepRap Breeding - Josef Prusa

RepRap 3D printer is unique. Development happens without planning. Project has core developers such as myself, but what’s built is decided only by evolutionary principles. This gave birth to many crazy project breeds.

Video

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
OpenIR: Satellite Images & DIY Environmental Sensing

OpenIR: Satellite Images & DIY Environmental Sensing - Arlene Ducao

OpenIR (Open Infrared) maps the features and risks revealed by public satellite data. In this panel, learn how OpenIR's automated systems for viewing and understanding satellite data can be used with DIY environmental sensor systems.

Video

5:00 PM - 5:15 PM

Make: Live Stage
Just Start Building

Just Start Building - Aaron Horowitz

I will be speaking about how the maker community has shaped my life - empowering me to hack my education, start a business, and impact the lives of children living with a chronic illness.

Video

5:15 PM - 5:30 PM

Make: Live Stage
Hacking Autism

Hacking Autism - Marc Sirkin

Technology... has the power to transform the lives of those on the autism spectrum in radical and surprising ways.

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Make: Live Stage
Engineering for Change: Supporting Makers around the World

Engineering for Change: Supporting Makers around the World - Iana Aranda

Sustainable global development needs great makers! Explore Engineering for Change (E4C) via case studies and a virtual tour of E4C's online platform to learn more and join in helping improve people's lives around the world.

Video

Circus Warehouse

Aerial and acrobatic feats

Zone D

Saturday

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Circus Warehouse
Circus Warehouse

Circus Warehouse - Circus Warehouse

Circus Warehouse is Queens' own center where the circus stars come to train and teach. With ceilings high enough to house a flying trapeze rig of classic proportion, the Warehouse has over 8000 square feet of space for practicing circus arts including trampoline, silks, lyra, cloud swing, solo trapeze and wire walking. It also houses a mirrored dance studio with a sprung floor. Throughout Maker Faire weekend, Circus Warehouse will present a series of performances and opportunities for visitors to learn some of the basics of Nouveau Cirque.

Sunday

No events scheduled, yet...

Arduino Pavilion

How-to demos, inspired projects, and the latest iterations of the Arduino open-source electronics platform.

Zone C - Atmel Arduino Pavilion

Saturday

11:00 AM - 11:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino - Tyler Moskowite

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. This class will guide you through the process of programming your first Arduino. Some computer knowledge is recommended but not required.

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Arduino GRANDE - How To Build a Comically Large Microcontroller

Arduino GRANDE - How To Build a Comically Large Microcontroller - John Park

How do you build a functioning, SIX-TIMES-BIGGER-THAN-REAL-LIFE Arduino microcontroller? Using 3D modeling software, and a laser cutter, Make's own John Edgar Park will show you how. Includes a live laser-cutting demo.

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Introducing the Arduino Leonardo

Introducing the Arduino Leonardo - Tom Igoe

The Arduino Leonardo is an Arduino microcontroller board based on the ATmega32u4, in which the USB port is implemented in software. Learn how to use the USB software to enable the Leonardo to appear as a mouse and keyboard, and see some creative demonstrations.

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Heatit°C

Heatit°C - Eszter Ozsvald

Heatit°C is an open-source electronics platform that precisely outputs high current. We will demonstrate different uses of the platform during our presentation as well as highlight various e-materials as it relates to high current applications.

Video

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Introducing the Arduino GSM Shield - David Cuartielles

The Arduino GSM/GPRS shield allows your Arduino project to connect to the internet from almost anywhere. Learn how to use the Arduino GSM/GPRS shield to send and receive SMS messages, make and receive calls, and connect to the internet.

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino - Tyler Moskowite

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. This class will guide you through the process of programming your first Arduino. Some computer knowledge is recommended but not required.

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Introducing the Arduino ADK Family of Boards - David Cuartielles

The ADK functionality allows Arduino boards become physical extensions of Android Devices. Learn how to send sensor information to your phone or tablet from Arduino as well as how to control actuators from an App created with Processing.

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Water Quality Monitoring with Arduino - Emily Gertz, Patrick Di Justo

Use your Arduino and a DIY probe to measure the purity of water.

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Hand in Hand

Hand in Hand - Sukmo Koo

Hand in Hand is an interactive installation that can help people to connect each other emotionally by their hands for collaboration.

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Atmel Robotics Competition Show Case - Bob Martin

Watch your peers flex their microcontroller muscles in the 2012 Atmel® Robotics Contest (ARC) at World Maker Faire New York in September. International teams will demonstrate their robots' abilities to complete a set of defined tasks in the fastest time.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Arduino Due Demo - Massimo Banzi

Arduino co-founder Massimo Banzi will demonstrate the newest member of the Arduino family, the Arduino Due.

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Making Things Connect

Making Things Connect - Marc de Vinck

Ever wonder how to connect your Arduino to the Internet? Maybe you want your pets to be able to Tweet, or you’d like to build a system that texts you when the mail is delivered. It’s easier than you think.

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Behind the Scenes: Nerdy Derby - Tak Cheung, Matt Richardson

Learn the nitty gritty details about ITP's Nerdy Derby, the miniature car building and racing competition debuting at World Maker Faire New York 2012. Learn how we used Arduino, a web database, and digital fabrication to bring this event together.

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino - Tyler Moskowite

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. This class will guide you through the process of programming your first Arduino. Some computer knowledge is recommended but not required.

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Introducing the Arduino WiFi Shield - Tom Igoe

The Arduino WiFi Shield connects your Arduino to the internet wirelessly thanks to an integrated transceiver and antenna. Learn how to set up a wireless connection using only a few simple instructions.

Sunday

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino - Tyler Moskowite

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. This class will guide you through the process of programming your first Arduino. Some computer knowledge is recommended but not required.

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Introducing the Arduino GSM Shield - David Cuartielles

The Arduino GSM/GPRS shield allows your Arduino project to connect to the internet from almost anywhere. Learn how to use the Arduino GSM/GPRS shield to send and receive SMS messages, make and receive calls, and connect to the internet.

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Custom Circuit Boards for Prototyping

Custom Circuit Boards for Prototyping - Kevin Warner

Clean up your Arduino project. A discussion of a process for creating low quantity, high quality, custom circuit boards on a small budget. Topics discussed will include board layout, ordering circuit boards, parts sourcing, and DIY surface mount fab.

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino - Tyler Moskowite

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. This class will guide you through the process of programming your first Arduino. Some computer knowledge is recommended but not required.

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Introducing the Arduino WiFi Shield - Tom Igoe

The Arduino WiFi Shield connects your Arduino to the internet wirelessly thanks to an integrated transceiver and antenna. Learn how to set up a wireless connection using only a few simple instructions.

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Pocket BASIC Computer

Pocket BASIC Computer - Ben Heckendorn

BEN HECK MODS A POCKET BASIC COMPUTER The star of the popular element14 sponsored, "The Ben Heck Show" will demo a Pocket BASIC computer build, featuring an XBox chatpad and an Arduino UNO board to control games and other external devices.

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino - Tyler Moskowite

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. This class will guide you through the process of programming your first Arduino. Some computer knowledge is recommended but not required.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion
Taking Arduino Projects to the Next Level

Taking Arduino Projects to the Next Level - Michael Margolis

The talk will include: Tips for planning and structuring, implementing and testing complex Arduino projects; an overview of powerful, but sometimes overlooked, Arduino functions; and a demystification of Arduino library development.

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Introducing the Arduino ADK Family of Boards - David Cuartielles

The ADK functionality allows Arduino boards become physical extensions of Android Devices. Learn how to send sensor information to your phone or tablet from Arduino as well as how to control actuators from an App created with Processing.

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Arduino Pavilion

Behind the Scenes: Nerdy Derby - Tak Cheung, Matt Richardson

Learn the nitty gritty details about ITP's Nerdy Derby, the miniature car building and racing competition debuting at World Maker Faire New York 2012. Learn how we used Arduino, a web database, and digital fabrication to bring this event together.

Maker Square

Food, design, craft & sustainability

Zone C

Saturday

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Maker Square
Made in Lower East Side

Made in Lower East Side - Architecture Commons

MiLES is an initiative that facilitates the transformation of vacant lots and storefronts in the Lower East Side, by listening, co-creating, and prototyping with its residents.

Video

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Maker Square
Creating an Urban Tiny House Community

Creating an Urban Tiny House Community - Boneyard Studios

The founders of Boneyard Studios in DC will talk about their adventures in building the first community of tiny houses on wheels in the nation.

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Maker Square
Worm Bins Made Easy

Worm Bins Made Easy - Gina Baldwin

This demonstration teaches the essentials of indoor composting with worms, ideal for those who want to compost food scraps but do not have access to an outdoor space.

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Maker Square
The Busy Person's Guide to Eating Local on a Budget

The Busy Person's Guide to Eating Local on a Budget - Leda Meredith

Eating locally grown, organic food is good for your health and the environment. But is it even possible when you've got a limited budget and a typically hectic NYC schedule? Yes, it is! Learn how from Leda Meredith, author of The Locavore's Handbook.

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Maker Square
Upcycled Plastic Bag Bangles!

Upcycled Plastic Bag Bangles! - Stephanie Huffaker

Make your own stylin' bangle bracelets by reusing plastic bags! It's a fun and inexpensive way to make accessories either as unique gifts or for yourself. Also a great option for diverting plastic bags from the landfill!

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Maker Square
Make Your Own Soda Tab Bracelet!

Make Your Own Soda Tab Bracelet! - Tiffany Threadgould

Transform soda tabs into a bracelet! Just collect 26 tabs, and we'll provide the rest. For the first 20 guests, we'll provide free soda tabs! Plus preview my book, ReMake It, for this project and more.

Video

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Maker Square

Transform a T-shirt -- 3 ways! - Megan Nicolay

Reduce, Reuse, ReFASHION! Learn 3 quick-fire, no-sew ways to transform that boring, boxy T-shirt that's been languishing in the back of your closet into your next go-to style staple. Scissors will be provided, so bring a T-shirt and follow along!

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Maker Square
Make Your Own Leather Mask at Home in 13 Easy Steps

Make Your Own Leather Mask at Home in 13 Easy Steps - Tamara Clammer

Have you ever wanted to make your own leather mask for Halloween, a masquerade ball, cosplay, or just for the fun of it? In this presentation, I'll share with you the 13 step process I use to create unique, durable, comfortable leather masks.

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Maker Square
Awesome Halloween Costuming for Regular Parents

Awesome Halloween Costuming for Regular Parents - Joel Potischman

Halloween is in a month and your kid wants to be the F train? A shish kebob? A color-changing octopus? A regular dad whose snow globe costume was featured in Time Out Kids will show you, YES YOU, how to make awesome costumes.

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Maker Square
Making Films from 2D and 3D-printed Spinning Sculptures

Making Films from 2D and 3D-printed Spinning Sculptures - Eric Dyer

Eric Dyer makes films from spinning sculptures. Come check out his shorts, discover how they were made, and see a couple of the 3D-printed hand-painted sculptures created for The Bellows March.

Video

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Maker Square

Real Beginnings for Faux Finishes - Marc Fields

This introductory class on creating finishes for a variety of media will cover both intrinsic and extrinsic processes, demonstrating and discussing metal finishes and precasting.

Sunday

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Maker Square
Blissful Bedrooms: Building Dream Bedrooms for Young Individuals with Severe Disabilities

Blissful Bedrooms: Building Dream Bedrooms for Young Individuals with Severe Disabilities - Martha Gold-Dvoryadkin

A volunteer-driven, grassroots organization, Blissful Bedrooms transforms the personal spaces of young people who have very limited resources and physical disabilities that make them wheelchair-dependent and highly reliant on others for activities of daily living.

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Maker Square
Preparing for the Many and the Few: Meals that Matter

Preparing for the Many and the Few: Meals that Matter - SouperKitchen

We are an ever-growing group of movers and shakers impatient to turn food accessibility into a tool for empowerment. Help us inspire community by making good food universal and transparent.

Video

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Maker Square
Spin Savvy: Make Your Own Yarn and DIY Drop Spindle

Spin Savvy: Make Your Own Yarn and DIY Drop Spindle - Kim Cherubin

Go beyond ready made yarn and get the quick and dirty on spinning your own. You'll also learn how to make your own drop spindle with upcycled CDs and a few hardware store staples. Spindlemaking supplies will be provided for the first 10 attendees.

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Maker Square
This is Steampunk

This is Steampunk - Will Rockwell

Will Rockwell describes the philosophy of the Steampunk movement and demonstrates how modern technology can be re-interpreted into 19th century objects.

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Maker Square
From Farm to iPhone

From Farm to iPhone - Oh My! Me Studios

Crafting in the electronic age, or how to make raw wool into an iPhone game.

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Maker Square
Cosmic Ray Gun

Cosmic Ray Gun - Sarah Hodsdon

Unravel the mysteries of etching on copper while learning how to create a Retro Cosmic Ray Gun Reusable Planner/ Keeper of Needful Ponderings with Sarah Hodsdon

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Maker Square
3D Scanning for Wearable Designs

3D Scanning for Wearable Designs - Aaron Trocola

Learn about 3D scanning technologies and how to use them to create digital models that will fit perfectly to the scanned object when fabricated by 3D printer or CNC.

Video

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Maker Square
Build, Hack, Play, Make...Design?

Build, Hack, Play, Make...Design? - Filson and Rohrbacher

What's a designer's role within the maker movement? We are fascinated by the DIY spirit, and want to share our story of leveraging this crowd of creative collaborators in designing the AtFAB CNC Furniture project.

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Maker Square
Farm Hack

Farm Hack - Severine VT Fleming

Farm Hack is a farmer-driven, open-source community to develop, document and build tools for resilient agriculture. We engage farmers, designers, engineers, tinkerers and other allies through in-person events and internet collaboration.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Maker Square
Garden Gadgets: Design and Technology Workshops for Green Infrastructures

Garden Gadgets: Design and Technology Workshops for Green Infrastructures - Evren Uzer

Garden Gadgets presentation is about Pratt PSPD's first DIY environmental monitoring workshop results, and future ideas on green infrastructure community workshops that support on-campus design projects.

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Maker Square
Bicycle Powered Water Pump for Rainwater Harvesting

Bicycle Powered Water Pump for Rainwater Harvesting - Lenny Librizzi

A bicycle powered water pump built to work with rainwater harvesting systems can pump water to a height of 15 feet. The display includes a pegboard rainwater harvesting system with a 50 gallon recycled plastic barrel.

Make Demo Stage

Star makers making
MAKE authors and Maker Shed demo tools, projects, and kits.

Inside the Maker Shed, Zone D

Saturday

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Make Demo Stage
Hacking Kits with Spikenzie Labs

Hacking Kits with Spikenzie Labs - SpikenzieLabs

Spikenzie Labs makes well designed Arduino based kits. Join them as they show you how to create a drum kit from found objects and how to hack their new Solder: Time II watch.

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Make Demo Stage
Make: Electronics - Meet the Man Behind the Book!

Make: Electronics - Meet the Man Behind the Book! - Charles Platt

Make: Electronics is a classic. It's the book that Tom Igoe (Arduino team member and author of Physical Computing and Making Things Talk) called "well paced, fun, and informative", "very good at disarming the fear. And it's gorgeous." It's the top-selling MAKE book, and it's famous for exercises where you deliberately destroy components and get more hands-on experience than you do raw theory. Charles Platt will be here at Maker Faire take this opportunity to come meet him and get your book (or circuit board) signed!

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Controllable Paper Airplanes

Controllable Paper Airplanes - Philip Rossoni

Why simply toss a paper airplane when you can pilot one? Join author Philip Rossoni as builds and demonstrates how to build and fly airplanes that ride on controllable waves of air. He'll also be available to sign his book Walkalong Gliders which teaches you how to do it too!
Video

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
3D Printing with Printrbot

3D Printing with Printrbot - Printrbot, Inc.

Printrbot makes inexpensive 3D printers. Find out more about these capable machines and how they make it fun and affordable to enter the 3D printing world.

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Making an Arduino Controlled Robot

Making an Arduino Controlled Robot - Michael Margolis

Come see author Michael Margolis as he debuts his new book and never before seen Arduino robotics kit. It's a great way to learn and grow with Arduino and robotics!

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
Raspberry Pi 101

Raspberry Pi 101

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
The Useless Machine

The Useless Machine - The Frivolous Engineering Company Inc.

Brett Coulhard first appeared in MAKE with his take on the Useless Machine. Since then, it's appeared on the Colbert Report and is one of the Maker Shed's top selling kits. Don't miss this Useless presentation!

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
3D Printing - What is it and where will it lead us?

3D Printing - What is it and where will it lead us? - Ultimaker, Ultimaking Ltd.

Ultimaker is committed to making 3D printing better, faster, and simpler. Join them as they talk about the basics of 3D printing and beyond!

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino - Tyler Moskowite

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. This class will guide you through the process of programming your first Arduino. Some computer knowledge is recommended but not required.

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
EggBot CNC Art Robot

EggBot CNC Art Robot - Evil Mad Science LLC

Evil Mad Scientist makes great DIY kits. Their EggBot CNC Art Robot was specifically designed to draw on round objects. Come see this fun kit and all the fun possibilities!

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
Getting Started with the Netduino GO!

Getting Started with the Netduino GO! - Secret Labs LLC

The NetDuino GO makes it easy for people familiar with .NET programming to get into microcontrollers. Join Secret Labs' CEO Chris Walker as demonstrates his this feature-packed system and makes some secret announcements!

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
Quadcopters with Parallax

Quadcopters with Parallax - Parallax

Check out the high-flying action as Parallax demonstrates their new ELEV-8 Quadcopter. Experience Maker Faire like never before!

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Manufacturing Open Source Hardware

Manufacturing Open Source Hardware - Dangerous Prototypes

Do you have a hobby project that might be ready to take the leap to manufacturered product? Learn about the four primary ways open source hardware is being manufactured today, and see the package used to start production.

Video

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
Super-Awesome Sylvia Presents Squishy Circuits!

Super-Awesome Sylvia Presents Squishy Circuits! - Super Awesome Sylvia

Join Super Awesome Sylvia as she demonstrates the Squishy Circuits Kit from the Maker Shed. Enter the world of electricity by using conductive dough instead of wires for all kinds of squishy fun!

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Programming an Arduino Compatible over the Internet

Programming an Arduino Compatible over the Internet - Wicked Device LLC

What if you could completely reprogram an Arduino from anywhere in the world? Wicked Device has found a way using their Arduino compatible board and custom cloud service. Find out more about this breakthrough and the possibilities it holds for makers.

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
Bonescript: Programming the BeagleBone with your Web Browser

Bonescript: Programming the BeagleBone with your Web Browser - Jason Kridner

Using your web browser and a BeagleBone, create interactive web pages that can sense and control the physical world using electronics. A drag-and-drop environment and simple assembly diagrams are provided to help you get started.

Video

Sunday

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Make Demo Stage
Make: Electronics - Meet the Man Behind the Book!

Make: Electronics - Meet the Man Behind the Book! - Charles Platt

Make: Electronics is a classic. It's the book that Tom Igoe (Arduino team member and author of Physical Computing and Making Things Talk) called "well paced, fun, and informative", "very good at disarming the fear. And it's gorgeous." It's the top-selling MAKE book, and it's famous for exercises where you deliberately destroy components and get more hands-on experience than you do raw theory. Charles Platt will be here at Maker Faire take this opportunity to come meet him and get your book (or circuit board) signed!

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Low Tech/No Tech Robotics Projects for Kids

Low Tech/No Tech Robotics Projects for Kids - Kathy Ceceri

You can learn how robots work using just cardboard, duct tape, and a few recycled components! A peek at research-based projects from GeekMom Kathy Ceceri's book "Robotics: Discover the Science and Technology of the Future."

Video

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
3D Printing with Printrbot

3D Printing with Printrbot - Printrbot, Inc.

Printrbot makes inexpensive 3D printers. Find out more about these capable machines and how they make it fun and affordable to enter the 3D printing world.

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Making an Arduino Controlled Robot

Making an Arduino Controlled Robot - Michael Margolis

Come see author Michael Margolis as he debuts his new book and never before seen Arduino robotics kit. It's a great way to learn and grow with Arduino and robotics!

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
Raspberry Pi 101

Raspberry Pi 101

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Hacking Kits with Spikenzie Labs

Hacking Kits with Spikenzie Labs - SpikenzieLabs

Spikenzie Labs makes well designed Arduino based kits. Join them as they show you how to create a drum kit from found objects and how to hack their new Solder: Time II watch.

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
3D Printing - What is it and where will it lead us?

3D Printing - What is it and where will it lead us? - Ultimaker, Ultimaking Ltd.

Ultimaker is committed to making 3D printing better, faster, and simpler. Join them as they talk about the basics of 3D printing and beyond!

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Getting Started with Arduino

Getting Started with Arduino - Tyler Moskowite

Arduino is an inexpensive open source electronic prototyping platform for all makers. This class will guide you through the process of programming your first Arduino. Some computer knowledge is recommended but not required.

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
EggBot CNC Art Robot

EggBot CNC Art Robot - Evil Mad Science LLC

Evil Mad Scientist makes great DIY kits. Their EggBot CNC Art Robot was specifically designed to draw on round objects. Come see this fun kit and all the fun possibilities!

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Pulse Sensor: Incorporating Biofeedback into your Arduino Projects

Pulse Sensor: Incorporating Biofeedback into your Arduino Projects - Pulse Sensor

The Pulse Sensor is an easy to use heartbeat monitor for the Arduino. Let the creators of this sensor show you how adding biofeedback into your projects can add a whole new dimension.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
Quadcopters with Parallax

Quadcopters with Parallax - Parallax

Check out the high-flying action as Parallax demonstrates their new ELEV-8 Quadcopter. Experience Maker Faire like never before!

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Make Demo Stage
Super-Awesome Sylvia Presents Squishy Circuits!

Super-Awesome Sylvia Presents Squishy Circuits! - Super Awesome Sylvia

Join Super Awesome Sylvia as she demonstrates the Squishy Circuits Kit from the Maker Shed. Enter the world of electricity by using conductive dough instead of wires for all kinds of squishy fun!

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Make Demo Stage
The Useless Machine

The Useless Machine - The Frivolous Engineering Company Inc.

Brett Coulhard first appeared in MAKE with his take on the Useless Machine. Since then, it's appeared on the Colbert Report and is one of the Maker Shed's top selling kits. Don't miss this Useless presentation!

Education Cafe

What makers are doing in education

Zone C - Cognizant Young Makers Tent

Saturday

10:30 AM - 11:00 PM

Education Cafe

Young Makers - Chip Mahoney

A 15 year old maker that is interested in sharing his experience with others on how to get more kids into making. The presentation is not just for young makers but adults too. Adults are a huge part in getting more kids to make.

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Education Cafe

Hive Learning Network: Innovation through Collaboration - christopher lawrence

Examples from Hive, a collaborative learning network around innovation, informal learning and MacArthur's Connected Learning Principals. Project demos.

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Education Cafe
Workshop Schools - Rethinking Public Education

Workshop Schools - Rethinking Public Education - Simon Hauger

What if schools were designed so students could explore, not just retain, question, not just memorize, challenge, not just comply? Think, build, fix and try again, what if school rewarded curiosity? Come hear our story.

Video

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Education Cafe
Q&A: Kickstarter and Projects For Young Makers

Q&A: Kickstarter and Projects For Young Makers - Stephanie Pereira

Join Stephanie from Kickstarter for an informal Q&A about using Kickstarter, particularly for education focused projects. Come with questions about an idea you have, or stories about a young makers focused project you've kickstarted.

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Education Cafe

BOXES with Parsons The New School for Design - christopher lawrence

Are you a teacher, mentor, Maker, hacker, who wants to learn more about integrating physical computing and soft circuits? BOXES is a platform for educators to to engage their students in computational thinking literacies through craft.

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Education Cafe
Major in Making in College

Major in Making in College - Arizona State University / College of Technology and Innovation / Department of Engineering

Sharing learnings from Arizona State’s College of Technology and Innovation, Micah Lande will talk about the growing popularity of college programs for Makers to build and create.

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Education Cafe
'Making It' in New York City Classrooms

'Making It' in New York City Classrooms - Ben Esner

Is maker just a cooler word for engineer? Our project partners NYU-Poly, MakerBot Industries and three Brooklyn public schools to integrate 3D printing in lessons in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Education Cafe

Larchmont Young Makers - Parents Panel About our Experience

Building a Young Maker Community: DIY doesn't mean "do it alone"! Come hear about how parents from Larchmont, NY who have "Make" oriented kids found each other, found help and quickly grew a program that is now beyond capacity.

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Education Cafe
Drawing the Electric

Drawing the Electric - Sam Jacoby

Using a new formulation of conductive silver ink--explore electronics, circuits, sensing, while drawing on paper!

Video

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Education Cafe

C3 Citizen STEM - Anthony Negron

Imagine having a set of digital tools that will allow you to record environmental data. Join NYSCI, HabitatMap, & Sonoma Tech as we share these tools and help you develop action plans ranging from T-shirt designs to PSA's!

Sunday

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Education Cafe

If you can count to two, you can hook up a circuit - Christian Tsu-Raun

How do you teach very young makers electronics and circuit logic? By asking lots questions, and playing with a little stuff. Learn teaching techniques and play with batteries at this interactive discussion.

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Education Cafe
Parenting Young Makers

Parenting Young Makers - Marie Bjerede, James Todd, Julie Hudy

Come join a discussion about parenting young makers. A panel of parents will share stories, challenges, and advice. We look forward to hearing from you about your experiences encouraging the young makers in your life!

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Education Cafe
Making in the Classroom

Making in the Classroom - Steve Davee, Andrew Carle, Tracy Rudzitis, Josh Burker

What does making look like in a classroom? Come hear from a panel of teachers who will talk about how they incorporate making into their classes.

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Education Cafe
Printmaking: Simple Materials... Complex Thought

Printmaking: Simple Materials... Complex Thought - David Wells

NYSCI Maker Space is presenting our printmaking workshop for all ages. We will make prints with simple materials using different techniques that can be modified for your littlest maker, family activities or your own creative projects.

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Education Cafe
Invent to Learn - The Case for Classroom Making

Invent to Learn - The Case for Classroom Making - Gary Stager

The science behind the Maker ethos of constructionism, or learning-by-making will be discussed while a range of construction materials are explored. We will discuss K12 kids engaged in sophisticated, programming, engineering, robotics and arts projects.

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Education Cafe

Remix Fashion - Cydney Gray

Ever thought about remixing an old t-shirt? Now you can! Hive Fashion and DreamYard will lead this hands-on workshop to teach you simple ways to turn those old shirts into a cool, new look.

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Education Cafe
Hackerspaces and Engineering Schools

Hackerspaces and Engineering Schools - Cindy Harnett, Analisa Russo, Chris Kimmer

Tests and homework build skills for solving engineering problems, but so do open-ended projects. Hackerspaces offer project opportunities in a time when educators are being asked to do more with fewer resources.

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Education Cafe

Short Circuits: Crafting with DIY Electronics - Kylie Peppler

We present a new curriculum (MIT Press, 2013) funded by the MacArthur Foundation and co-designed with the National Writing Project that leverages making with e-textiles and DIY electronics to promote systems thinking.

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Education Cafe
Recycled Creativity: Reaching Kids Through Art with ScrapKins

Recycled Creativity: Reaching Kids Through Art with ScrapKins - Brian Yanish

ScrapKins creator Brian Yanish will speak about his experiences teaching children recycled art and designing for clients like Whole Foods and Seventh Generation. Step-by-step demonstration of a recycled art project the audience can make with Brian.

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Education Cafe
arduino for education

arduino for education - Michael Shiloh

have you heard about arduino and wondered how it can help you in your class? join us for a demonstration and conversation geared specifically for educators using arduino.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Education Cafe

Building Communities to Support Young Makers - AnnMarie Thomas, Jeff Sturges

Join us for an interactive discussion about how communities can work together to support young makers! We'll provide the post-it notes, colored pens, and tables, you provide the ideas!

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Education Cafe

Discussion: Funding Your Young Makers Project - Maker Education Initiative

Join us for a discussion session about ways to fund your work with young makers. We'll discuss topics like crowd sourcing, grants, and innovative fundraisers. Bring your ideas and suggestions!

Make: Workshop

Star makers making

Zone C

Saturday

10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Make: Workshop
Making in the Make: Workshop

Making in the Make: Workshop - Jimmy DiResta, Breck Baldwin, Josef Szuecs

Star makers Jimmy DiResta, Breck Baldwin and Josef Szuecs take turns as resident fabricators in our Make: Workshop. Stop by and check out various tools, projects and master processes.

Sunday

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Make: Workshop
Making in the Make: Workshop

Making in the Make: Workshop - Jimmy DiResta, Breck Baldwin, Josef Szuecs

Star makers Jimmy DiResta, Breck Baldwin and Josef Szuecs take turns as resident fabricators in our Make: Workshop. Stop by and check out various tools, projects and master processes.

Great Hall

A glimpse into the future of performance

Inside NYSCI, Zone A

Saturday

1:00 PM - 1:20 PM

Great Hall
GLANK

GLANK - GLANK

GLANK music! GLANK is a 6 person ensemble that uses musical instruments from altered found objects like saw blades, propane tanks, automotive parts, and simple household objects. Audience members can partake, don lab coats, and play along.

Video

1:20 PM - 1:35 PM

Great Hall
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir - Mark Bolotin

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique new multimedia performance by Synarcade Audio-Visuals where a group of musicians interact and play live with a giant twelve-headed audio-visual creature.

Video

2:30 PM - 2:40 PM

Great Hall
Body Sound Suit

Body Sound Suit - Balam & Jade Soto

This father-daughter collaboration incorporates dance with cutting-edge technology. A bio-gesture capture and trigger system allows the dancer to generate her own audio and visual environment through dance.

Video

2:40 PM - 3:00 PM

Great Hall
GLANK

GLANK - GLANK

GLANK music! GLANK is a 6 person ensemble that uses musical instruments from altered found objects like saw blades, propane tanks, automotive parts, and simple household objects. Audience members can partake, don lab coats, and play along.

Video

3:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Great Hall
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir - Mark Bolotin

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique new multimedia performance by Synarcade Audio-Visuals where a group of musicians interact and play live with a giant twelve-headed audio-visual creature.

Video

4:30 PM - 4:50 PM

Great Hall
GLANK

GLANK - GLANK

GLANK music! GLANK is a 6 person ensemble that uses musical instruments from altered found objects like saw blades, propane tanks, automotive parts, and simple household objects. Audience members can partake, don lab coats, and play along.

Video

4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

Great Hall
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir - Mark Bolotin

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique new multimedia performance by Synarcade Audio-Visuals where a group of musicians interact and play live with a giant twelve-headed audio-visual creature.

Video

6:20 PM - 6:35 PM

Great Hall
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir - Mark Bolotin

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique new multimedia performance by Synarcade Audio-Visuals where a group of musicians interact and play live with a giant twelve-headed audio-visual creature.

Video

Sunday

12:00 PM - 12:20 PM

Great Hall
GLANK

GLANK - GLANK

GLANK music! GLANK is a 6 person ensemble that uses musical instruments from altered found objects like saw blades, propane tanks, automotive parts, and simple household objects. Audience members can partake, don lab coats, and play along.

Video

12:20 PM - 12:35 PM

Great Hall
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir - Mark Bolotin

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique new multimedia performance by Synarcade Audio-Visuals where a group of musicians interact and play live with a giant twelve-headed audio-visual creature.

Video

1:30 PM - 1:50 PM

Great Hall
GLANK

GLANK - GLANK

GLANK music! GLANK is a 6 person ensemble that uses musical instruments from altered found objects like saw blades, propane tanks, automotive parts, and simple household objects. Audience members can partake, don lab coats, and play along.

Video

1:50 PM - 2:05 PM

Great Hall
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir - Mark Bolotin

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique new multimedia performance by Synarcade Audio-Visuals where a group of musicians interact and play live with a giant twelve-headed audio-visual creature.

Video

3:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Great Hall
GLANK

GLANK - GLANK

GLANK music! GLANK is a 6 person ensemble that uses musical instruments from altered found objects like saw blades, propane tanks, automotive parts, and simple household objects. Audience members can partake, don lab coats, and play along.

Video

3:50 PM - 4:05 PM

Great Hall
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir - Mark Bolotin

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique new multimedia performance by Synarcade Audio-Visuals where a group of musicians interact and play live with a giant twelve-headed audio-visual creature.

Video

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Great Hall
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir - Mark Bolotin

The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is a unique new multimedia performance by Synarcade Audio-Visuals where a group of musicians interact and play live with a giant twelve-headed audio-visual creature.

Video

5:00 PM - 5:20 PM

Great Hall
GLANK

GLANK - GLANK

GLANK music! GLANK is a 6 person ensemble that uses musical instruments from altered found objects like saw blades, propane tanks, automotive parts, and simple household objects. Audience members can partake, don lab coats, and play along.

Video

Coke Zero & Mentos Stage

Eepybird's artful soda geyser spectacle

Zone D

Saturday

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Coke Zero & Mentos Stage
Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains

Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains - Eepybird.com

See the original Internet sensation LIVE! Geysers of soda shoot over twenty feet into the air in this spectacular mint-powered version of the Bellagio Fountains.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Coke Zero & Mentos Stage
Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains

Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains - Eepybird.com

See the original Internet sensation LIVE! Geysers of soda shoot over twenty feet into the air in this spectacular mint-powered version of the Bellagio Fountains.

Sunday

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Coke Zero & Mentos Stage
Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains

Coke Zero & Mentos Fountains - Eepybird.com

See the original Internet sensation LIVE! Geysers of soda shoot over twenty feet into the air in this spectacular mint-powered version of the Bellagio Fountains.

Mousetrap

The classic Mousetrap board game as giant spectacle

Zone D

Saturday

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Mousetrap
Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap - Mark Perez

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Mousetrap
Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap - Mark Perez

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Mousetrap
Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap - Mark Perez

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Mousetrap
Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap - Mark Perez

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Mousetrap
Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap - Mark Perez

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

Sunday

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Mousetrap
Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap - Mark Perez

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Mousetrap
Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap - Mark Perez

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Mousetrap
Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap - Mark Perez

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Mousetrap
Life-Size Mousetrap

Life-Size Mousetrap - Mark Perez

The Life Size Mousetrap is a fantastically hand crafted, 16 piece, 50,000-lb. interactive kinetic sculpture set atop a 6,500-square-foot game board. This giant Rube Goldberg style contraption comes complete with a Vaudevillian style show, original Musical score by the one woman band Esmerelda Strange, Sexy Mice can-can dancers, clown workers, acrobatic hi jinks, and other spectacular scenes dedicated to the pursuit of spectacle-laden fun!

Power Racing

Modded electric Power Wheels racers compete for the glory

Zone B

Saturday

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Power Racing
Power Racing Series
Qualifying Rounds

Power Racing Series Pumping Station: One

Racing series where teams country wide build power wheels cars and race them for hundreds of cheering fans. The challenge to create a working electric vehicle for <$500

Video

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Power Racing
Power Racing Series
Race 1: Drag Race

Power Racing Series Pumping Station: One

Racing series where teams country wide build power wheels cars and race them for hundreds of cheering fans. The challenge to create a working electric vehicle for <$500

Video

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Power Racing
Power Racing Series
Race 2: 15 Lap Road Course Race

Power Racing Series Pumping Station: One

Racing series where teams country wide build power wheels cars and race them for hundreds of cheering fans. The challenge to create a working electric vehicle for <$500

Video

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Power Racing
Power Racing Series
Race 3: 30 Lap Road Course Race (reverse track)

Power Racing Series Pumping Station: One

Racing series where teams country wide build power wheels cars and race them for hundreds of cheering fans. The challenge to create a working electric vehicle for <$500

Video

Sunday

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Power Racing
Power Racing Series
Race 4: 75 Minute Endurance Race

Power Racing Series Pumping Station: One

Racing series where teams country wide build power wheels cars and race them for hundreds of cheering fans. The challenge to create a working electric vehicle for <$500

Video

Rocket Stage

Science demonstrations and more

Zone A

Saturday

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Phases Demonstration

Learn how mixing chemicals and changing temperatures causes substances to change phases in a messy way.

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Air Demonstration

Although air is all around us, we normally cannot see its effects. Join us in manipulating air and see what happens!

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Mike Wilson: Sci-Tunes

Groove AND learn with NYSCI's own Explainer Specialist & Science Rapper Mike Wilson; as he uses music to teach complex topics like String Theory, Nano Technology and Dark Matter. Both kids and adults will leave better understanding the universe around them, and be entertained at the same time!

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Phases Demonstration

Learn how mixing chemicals and changing temperatures causes substances to change phases in a messy way.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Air Demonstration

Although air is all around us, we normally cannot see its effects. Join us in manipulating air and see what happens!

Sunday

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Phases Demonstration

Learn how mixing chemicals and changing temperatures causes substances to change phases in a messy way.

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Air Demonstration

Although air is all around us, we normally cannot see its effects. Join us in manipulating air and see what happens!

2:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Mike Wilson: Sci-Tunes

Groove AND learn with NYSCI's own Explainer Specialist & Science Rapper Mike Wilson; as he uses music to teach complex topics like String Theory, Nano Technology and Dark Matter. Both kids and adults will leave better understanding the universe around them, and be entertained at the same time!

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Phases Demonstration

Learn how mixing chemicals and changing temperatures causes substances to change phases in a messy way.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Rocket Stage
NYSCI Village:   Rocket Stage Schedule
Air Demonstration

Although air is all around us, we normally cannot see its effects. Join us in manipulating air and see what happens!

Music Stage

Unusual DIY-made instruments and music

Zone C

Saturday

11:40 AM - 12:20 PM

Music Stage
Kelvin Daly

Kelvin Daly - Kelvin Daly

kelvin Daly is an inventor of new musical instruments, focusing on new electroacoustic strings. He performs as a one man band, layering multiple new instruments into tapestries of sound and word, a traditional music of an imaginal world.

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Music Stage
C. Chris Peters – Music Meets Science

C. Chris Peters – Music Meets Science - Chris Peters

Thereminist / Synthesist C. Chris Peters is Home Made Music from Space.

Video

1:20 PM - 2:00 PM

Music Stage
Parallax Moon

Parallax Moon - Iltimas Doha

Parallax Moon is a solo chiptune (using a GameBoy color) performer whose sounds range from square and squelchy noise to clean and pure tones.

2:20 PM - 3:00 PM

Music Stage
ElectronGong meets Brooklyn BikeBeat

ElectronGong meets Brooklyn BikeBeat - Terry Dame

Terry Dame and Lee Free perform on invented instruments, midi controllers and creative contraptions made from recycled bike parts, furniture and assorted junk in a battle of beats, melody, imagination and ingenuity.

Video

3:20 PM - 4:00 PM

Music Stage
Burnkit2600

Burnkit2600 - Thomas Uliasz

Burnkit2600 are the experimental electronic gurus who blend elements of chip music, circuit bending, digital wizardry and old school analog gear. Stop in to hear/see/demo their new Blips & Bleeps square wave oscillator kit.

Video

4:20 PM - 5:00 PM

Music Stage
Kim Boekbinder - The Impossible Girl

Kim Boekbinder - The Impossible Girl - Kim Boekbinder

The Impossible Girl has travelled the world stealing hearts and changing paradigms. Using loops, synths, acoustic instruments, circuit bent toys, 3D printed instruments, and a Makey Makey, she creates danceable space pop. SPACE!

Video

5:20 PM - 6:00 PM

Music Stage
Liron Peled

Liron Peled - Liron Peled

One man acoustic live dubstep with Tuvan throat singing.

Video

Sunday

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Music Stage
C. Chris Peters – Music Meets Science

C. Chris Peters – Music Meets Science - Chris Peters

Thereminist / Synthesist C. Chris Peters is Home Made Music from Space.

Video

12:20 PM - 1:00 PM

Music Stage
The Airband

The Airband - Langdon Crawford

The Air Band is a performance ensemble of composers, musicians, mad scientists. They perform using homebuilt midi devices, hi-jacked video game controllers and laptop computers.

1:20 PM - 2:00 PM

Music Stage
Moldover

Moldover - Matt Moldover

If technology and music are your life, brace yourself- MOLDOVER is about to reformat your soul. Hailed by 1,000,000 YouTube viewers as "The Godfather of Controllerism", Moldover is a new breed of music icon.

Video

2:20 PM - 3:00 PM

Music Stage
ElectronGong meets Brooklyn BikeBeat

ElectronGong meets Brooklyn BikeBeat - Terry Dame

Terry Dame and Lee Free perform on invented instruments, midi controllers and creative contraptions made from recycled bike parts, furniture and assorted junk in a battle of beats, melody, imagination and ingenuity.

Video

3:20 PM - 4:00 PM

Music Stage
Burnkit2600

Burnkit2600 - Thomas Uliasz

Burnkit2600 are the experimental electronic gurus who blend elements of chip music, circuit bending, digital wizardry and old school analog gear. Stop in to hear/see/demo their new Blips & Bleeps square wave oscillator kit.

Video

4:20 PM - 5:00 PM

Music Stage
Dj Shakey

Dj Shakey - Julie Covello

DJ Shakey and her self-designed Voltaxe controller take music manipulation to a new level while making toes tap in the process.

Video

Zone A Popup

Workshop area for meet-ups, presentations & conversations

Zone A Popup

Saturday

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Zone A Popup
Digital Fabrication: Future Now

Digital Fabrication: Future Now - Arthur Young-Spivey

Digital Fabrication: Future Now aims to presentation and empower anyone with an idea, a dream, and now the technology to truly achieve it.

12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

Zone A Popup

Chance & Participation Equals Magic - Joanna Cheung

Technology is an implementation into the potentials of artificial & collective intelligence, agency and individual perception. My work manifests through tangible material as signifiers and in the hacking (sub)culture.

Video

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Zone A Popup

CGC Technology Creates New Vehicle Category - Donald Vitez

CGC Technology Creates New Vehicle Category

Video

1:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Zone A Popup
Intellectual Property for Makers and How to Protect Yourself and Avoid Lawsuits

Intellectual Property for Makers and How to Protect Yourself and Avoid Lawsuits - Ed Ryan

How can Makers protect their hard work? How can Makers deal with lawsuits if they step on someone's toes? This talk gives a basic understanding of patent and trademark law as they apply to Makers, inventors and startups.

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Zone A Popup
Sharing the Maker Revolution

Sharing the Maker Revolution - Emma Rose Metcalfe

Today we launch HowDo. Hear the story from toothbrush robots to folding bicycle wheels. Learn how the new doers & makers of the world are sharing the revolution. HowDo is a new simple & beautiful app to show people how you do.

Video

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Zone A Popup

GEMSI - Global Hacker Space Movement, Taking Initiative in the Middle East.

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Zone A Popup
Magic and Technology

Magic and Technology - Sofy Yuditskaya

The evolution of media technologies from the Northern Renaissance to Today show the changing dynamics and convergence of producer and participant, magic and technology. A poetic presentation on the emergence of maker-culture

5:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Zone A Popup

Making It to Mars - samantha snabes

We humans will go to Mars. Engage with the panelists in a discussion of design in space and create a collective vision for our future.

Sunday

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Zone A Popup

Mechanical Artillery 101 - The Backyard Siege Engineer - Jeff Del Papa

The world is building catapults again. From Punkin Chunkin to a rock video's flying piano, modern catapults are emerging from backyard workshops. A quick survey of the technology, and where to start learning how to design your own.

Video