Maker Faire Shenzhen China: Machines!

Posted on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 in conferences, Maker Faire by DP

ChaiHuo, Shenzhen’s hackerspace, shows off their Egg-Bot build at Maker Faire. More amazing machines below.

Man interfacing with machine. Gen Ito shows his a wearable gesture controlled Android tablet computer.

A remote control six blade helicopter.

Binary clock anyone? We like the Chinese rendition of the classic 10 types of people joke.

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3 Responses to “Maker Faire Shenzhen China: Machines!”

  1. kevin says:

    A remote control six blade helicopter.

    I wonder if the writer had this thought process? :D

    OK, a four bladed helicopter is a quad-copter… But a six bladed helicopter is a sex-copter. I should just put down six blad helicopter.

    • Ian says:

      That covers it :) Also after writing 100 captions said writer may have been too lazy to google the proper term ;) hexacopter maybe?

  2. Drone says:

    Is that Egg-Bot doing Abe Lincolns? Gee I would think Shenzhen would be doing Che Guevara eggs. Doh! – Not Shenzhen – it”s the California Maker Faire where they do the Communist eggs.

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