Bay Area Maker Faire 2012: Weird Stuff

Posted on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012 in components, Maker Faire by DP

Some weird stuff we liked at this years Bay Area Maker Faire, like the life-size comic book pictured above. More weird stuff below the fold.

In case you need more proof that Makerfaire is exciting…

Lil’ Ju Ju Mobile Pacific Pinball Museum –

Zombie Defense Solutions –…

Flight simulator, complete with wind

Little Pony soldering iron

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