Tokyo Maker Faire 2012: Cool stuff

Posted on Saturday, December 1st, 2012 in #liveupdates, conferences, Maker Faire by DP

“One of my favorite things about Tokyo Maker Faire is all of the crazy little flying machines”.  We are twitting the pictures as we take them, so tune in to our twitter account, or wait till we post them on the blog.

Check out lots of pictures below the fold.

Write with light, tilt to clear. LED tiles used to detect the light from the one as you draw.

And you thought getting a ship in there would be difficult

Expect a call from Pixar

Bluetooth Android automatic shifting bike

(Trademarked) Coffee cup speaker and amp set

Plushie electrical components with giant breadboard from Nico-Tech

Self-organizing LED toys cooperate with their neighbors to form larger patterns

Automated Rubix cube for the lazy puzzle enthusiast

Rice cooker temperature controlled with a servo on the gas

touch screen electric guitar from Nico-Tech

Styrofoam pellet music visualizer comes as a kit from

This wallet us a great way to get rid if those unwanted business cards

Old-school gaming system transformed into an 8bit musical instrument

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One Response to “Tokyo Maker Faire 2012: Cool stuff”

  1. robert says:

    The business-card shredder made me laugh.

    It would be the ultimate insult for a Japanese businessman to shred his card right in front of him. That would be something for candid-camera.

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