Weird and wonderful at New York Maker Faire 2012

Posted on Monday, October 1st, 2012 in conferences, Maker Faire by DP

Differing opinions at Maker Faire.  More photos below the fold.

Blinky powwow

Trippy paper hologram

Arduino-driven drink cooler

Sweet replica of an Apple 1


Toothpicks, and lots of ’em

Make your face larger than life

Dinosaurus Electronicus

If the station’s a-rockin’

Making binary music with GLANT

Always room for pancakes

No rusty robots at this booth!

EMF Sniffing Hat gives you a little tingle in high-tech areas

Even Anonymous had a heart… thanks Sophikravitz

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