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Getting around at Bay Area Maker Faire 2014

Posted on Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 in Maker Faire by DP

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Exterminate! Exterminate! More photos below the fold.

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Flaming octapus art car

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Led chaos in dark room

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Electronic musical instruments

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Steam engine powered vibrating sofa

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Steam powered beer coaster printer. Cool beer and hot coaster.

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Titanoboa electro mechanical snake that you can ride!

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Glass blowing

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Launching DIY air rockets

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Sewing lessons at the DIY workshop. Learn a new skill at #makerfaire

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Ian reballs bga chips live at Maker Faire

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