WORKSHOP VIDEO #59: How we prepare for the Bay Area Maker Faire

Posted on Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 in Maker Faire, Videos by DP

This week we are visiting the Bay Area Maker Faire, so here is a video to explain how we prepare for Maker Faires. You can also check out our Maker Faire tips post, or the wiki version.

We’ll have regular updates form the Faire on our blog, and Twitter feed.

The list of things we bring is flow the break.

Check out our previous Workshop Videos, or Maker Faire posts.

  • Tablecloth
  • Dangerous Prototypes banner
  • Projects packed in anti-static bags, stored in plastic boxes
  • Descriptive sheets and small acrylic display stands for each project
  • Selection of connectors, wires, and tools for debugging
  • Handful of USB cables
  • Business cards and stickers. Two big Seeed Studio boxes for Maker Faire Bay Area
  • Hackerspace passports and Dangerous Prototypes stamps
  • A simple point and shoot camera, now primarily a smartphone for live Twitter picture posts
  • Lots of batteries, and flash cards for the camera
  • Spy kit with local money, transit cards, phone SIM cards, and discount club cards
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2 Responses to “WORKSHOP VIDEO #59: How we prepare for the Bay Area Maker Faire”

  1. Chinmay says:

    Are you guys coming to the Maker:Faire Singapore again? Would love to hang out with you guys again!

    • Ian says:

      Working on it. If I am in Shenzhen working I’ll hop down for sure, but tickets from home are so expensive so far this year.

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