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Maker Faire Shenzhen China: Toys!

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

Animatronic Android is a walking robotic mascot from the popular operating system. Check out the other toys we spotted at Maker Faire Shenzhen below the break.

Loads of lego robots.

Space Invaders played on a CON badge shown by Mitch Altman and crew.

A three-dimensional persistence of vision device.

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2 Responses to “Maker Faire Shenzhen China: Toys!”

  1. Kevin says:

    The POV device is pretty cool. I would love a clock like that with big chunky 80’s style 3d numbers.

  2. NeXT-Generation says:

    Those are NOT LEGO robots! The construction style appears similar to LEGO, and I may see a couple LEGO pieces, but it’s not LEGO!

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