Make Tokyo Meeting 07 roundup: Tokyo hackerspace table day 2 at Make Meeting 07 Tokyo hackerspace at Make Tokyo Meeting day 1 Tokyo hackerspace first visit Video: Goo instrument at Make Tokyo Meeting 07 #mtm07 Video: ANIPOV bicycle POV at Make Tokyo Meeting 07 Video: Remote control flying machines at #mtm07 Electronics at Make Tokyo […]
On day two Ian gave a presentation on manufacturing open hardware projects. Tayken helped field questions in Japanese. We’ll post a video tomorrow if it turns out. More photos of the Tokyo hackerspace booth and Dangerous Prototypes gang below the fold.
Yoshi Tsuboi’s Leonard Pirate is an AVR-based multi-protocol interface like the Bus Pirate. It uses an Atmega 32U4 with integrated USB. We recommended he check out the great work already done on the Bus Ninja project too. Pirates vs ninjas, get it? He also showed us an AVR MKII programmer clone he’s been working on, […]
These vegetables are wired to cry with you touch them. The tone changes depending on the stroke, and you can almost play them like an instrument. One of the most strange and wonderful projects for sure. Check below for a roving human heart, DIY cotton candy, Maker manga, and more. More photos below the fold.
ANIPOV animated bicycle POV by Sun and Moon Labs at Make Tokyo Meeting 07. Check out the video after the break.
Tokyo hackerspace invited us to the Make Meeting and shared their space. They scored an extra large space with extra tables for the public soldering area. Anyone was welcome to come use this temporary hackerspace to assemble a kit or work on their projects. More photos from day 1 below the fold.
The goo is actually an instrument. Poke and stretch it to make “music”. Check out the video after the break.
These LED displays and circuit boards are assembled entirely inside a bottle. Amazing soldering work! Below we’ve got lots of electronics goodness. An umbrella that turns rain into music, a force-feedback mouse, $13 DIY radiation detectors, bio-feedback jewelry, and more.
During the Maker Meeting two dozen remote control flying machines made of wood, paper, and plastic buzzed and flapped overhead. There were UFOs, sailing ships, witches on broomsticks, and da Vinci-like flyers. We grabbed some of the tiny motors they used at Akihibara. More pictures and a short video below the fold.
Vehicles at Make Tokyo Meeting 07. More photos below the fold.
Blinking lights at Make Tokyo Meeting 07. Sun and Moon Labs’ ANIPOV is a bicycle POV board with that plays animations, we’ll post a video later. Spinning fiber-optics, animated backpacks, and illuminated dresses below the break.
Music and instrument hacks at Make Tokyo Meeting 07. Check below for a nixie-based spectrum analyzer, laser guitars, and more.
Usually we like to give an inside look at the Maker Faire the night before it opens, but setup was in the morning before it started so there wasn’t an opportunity. More photos below the fold.
This weekend was Make Tokyo Meeting 07, Tokyo’s Maker Faire. We were guests of tokyohackerspace. Today we’ll post some of our favorite projects from the Make Meeting. The projects were amazing! Later we’ll have a video and pictures of our trip to the Akihibara Electric Town market, and Sjaak’s visit to the weekly Tokyo hackerspace […]