Mini Maker Faire / Lunch

Events Lunch (Golden Gate Ballroom) / Mini Maker Faire (Exhibit Hall)
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When you visit the Where Conference Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, April 4, be sure to check out the Where Mini Maker Faire. Check back to this page for the official lineup of projects. We’ll have a full menagerie of maker-driven, geo/location/sensor-laden fun on display, including:

  • The Sense of Things (Chris Jeffries)
  • Virtual Toss and Win (Michael Newman)
  • Sphericam (Jeffrey Martin)
  • Arduinos (Alasdair Allan)
  • 3-D Printers (Octave Systems)
  • Location Clocks (John McKerrell)
  • Wearable Awareness (Simon Frid)
  • NODE: A Modular, Handheld Powerhouse of Sensors (George Yu)
  • The Third Eye: Sensing the Insensible (Robert Stephenson & Valerie Landau)

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Monique Sims
03/30/2012 3:28pm PDT

Most of these exhibits are going to be interactive so be sure to spread the word that there are lots of cool gadgets to see at the Mini Maker Faire.

  • Esri
  • AT&T Interactive
  • Google
  • Nokia, Location & Commerce
  • Facebook
  • Bing
  • Control Group
  • Localeze
  • MyCityWay
  • Socrata
  • Urban Airship
  • MapQuest

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