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Bay Area Maker Faire 2012 preview

Posted on Sunday, May 20th, 2012 in conferences, Maker Faire by DP

Starting to get busy at the Dangerous  Prototypes booth! For live updates from the Bay Area Maker Faire check out our Twitter feed.

More pictures below

Skot with his digit grid.

MacGyver class: Learn to save the world using nothing but an egg carton and a plastic spoon.

LED Lounge: macetech.com

The Elixerator.  Steampunk-style drink mixer can make 10 different cocktails.

Keep your garden safe….

Robot petting zoo – Makerbot.com

Super Mario lamps (complete with the noise).

Someone call a Doctor!

Pedal-powered concert

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  1. tayken says:

    Doctor Who? :D

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