Hamster Press Klingel-Engle Puppets will be bringing puppets, games, and toys for makers to check out. They will also have larger-then-life puppets who will be roaming the convention center floor. Rumor has it there may even be a dragon.
The IU Tech Showcare, part of the UITS, the central information technology department of Indiana University, will be bringing new and upcoming technology for makers and inventors to test and experiment with. These technologies will include an Oculus Rift, Thalmic Myo, and other surprises. Let the IU Tech Showcase show you what is possible!
The Quadrangles, the Bloomington High school South FIRST Robotics team, will be bringing their ball launching and stacking robot. The FIRST robots are always a crowd pleaser.
The MakerMobile is a fab lab on wheels that serves to educate the Kentuckiana region and beyond!
The MakerMobile is a collaboration between Velocity Indiana and San Francisco-based TechShop. Complete with laser cutters, 3D printers, a CNC router, a vinyl cutter, and electronic kits, we aim to expose the surrounding area to the Maker Movement.
Also, we provide resources for getting people connected to more places where they can learn about advanced manufacturing.
You can find out more at http://www.makermobile.info/
ShareBloomington: DIY Sustainability Solutions will exhibit four maker projects that can help to make homes, apartments, neighborhoods, and the whole community more sustainable. (1) We have take-home instructions and an exhibition of a DIY Rainbarrel that can save money and time when integrated with a home garden (3 are eligible for sale for $20 and can be assembled on-site). (2) We have take-home instructions and an exhibition of a DIY Tiny Free Library that can help bring your neighbors together and provide a common good. (3) We have take-home instructions and hands-on audience-participation in the making of Vermiculture Compost Bins, with one set sized for apartments ($5), the other set sized for multi-person houses ($8). (4) We have take-home instructions and hands-on audience-participation in the making of DIY Cloth Shopping Bags ($1 each), to help our community cut-down on the use of disposable plastic bags. Supplies are limited, so it’s first-come, first-served!