The MusicMaster 5000M is a handbuilt instrument made from almost 100% recycled materials. It is based on the design of traditional 4 string Cigar Box Guitars.
It has 3 pickups that allow it to be plugged in and amplified through a sound system. It has 2 single coil pickups made from recycled magnets and copper wire from various appliances.
These use the interactions between the steel strings and the magnetic fields of the pickups to generate electrical signals. It also has a single piezo pickup in the body of the instrument that converts vibrations into electrical signals.
All three pickups are then run through a transistor boost circuit to increase the output from the MusicMaster 5000M. Two switches on the top of the MusicMaster 5000M allow the player to change between different combinations of pickups to create different tones.
This project also includes a number of smaller projects to produce different types of audio:
Cataclysmic Codfish – Opamp-based overdrive effect pedal
Assimilative Anteater – Audio Compressor
Trevor’s Super Cute Boost – Dual JFET transistor boost pedal
Electrifyng Emu – Noise cancelling 9v power regulator
Time: 5.00pm – 6.00pm
How do you make an emotional project? teamLab, the renowned Japanese art collective, recognized for challenging and expanding the digital art making practice, asks this question in their art installations.
Takasu from teamLab will talk about their deeply interactive works and their unique ability to nurture creativity and curiosity through technology.
Time: 4.15pm – 4.45pm
Our exhibit showcases a reduced reliance on traditional power in an urban housing estate, and maximization of alternative energy sources such as use of solar panels on rooftops, piezoelectric panels on footpaths with high human traffic, even tapping on hydroelectric power by reusing household wastewater, or through rainwater collection.
Time: 2.15pm – 2.25pm
My exhibit will consist of a medium power Audio Modulated Solid State Tesla Coil.
The unique feature of my exhibit is an unusually high efficiency driving circuit and a clean electro-magnetic field with almost no fluctuations and harmonics due to the use of a Slayer Exciter design.
Another feature of my design is the ability to produce a singing arc thanks to the modulating transformer.
Find out more HERE
Time: 1.30pm – 1.45pm
Done By Ivan Rodionov
The Innokidz in Inno Club will like to showcase the innovative products that they have created and also the Community Problem Solving Project (Our Kampung Kindness) to the makers community and the public.
We have published our first empathy storybook and will like to promote our storybooks to children and parents.
Also, we will be sharing how to make motivational shrink art keychains with children too.
Find out more HERE
Time: 1.15pm – 1.30pm
Done By: ChongZheng Primary School
The goal of the SMART LMS is to increase the efficacy of conventional training and education delivery through the use interactive Learning Management System (LMS) with an Artificial Intelligence that is trained with advanced instructional padegogies.
The SMART LMS combined structured LMS to deliver controlled learning material and content with highly responsive Virtual Instructor (VI) to achieve highly interactive and customised training delovery in accordance to individual’s learning needs. SMART LMS’s VI replace human instructor/educator to due with dynamic human learning behaviours and prescribe corresponding instructional methodology to achieve learning objectives.
The SMART LMS aims to address manpower limitation and to cost effectively provide dynamic training customisation to cope with emerging training needs.
Time: 1.55pm – 2.25pm
A talk on how to turn your idea into a commercial product. We will be sharing pour past experience- do’s and don’ts to commercializing a product.
Date: 22/7/2017 Time: 3.00pm – 4.00pm
Date: 23/7/2017 Time: 4.35pm – 5.35pm
In this workshop, you will get to learn about Arduino and electronics basics, and how to program your first Arduino project!
No prior coding or electronics experience is required.
At the end of the workshop, you will build and bring home a reaction game project and access more Arduino content through our online project portal.
Time: 11.00am – 12.30pm
For more details Contact Alan Yong at
Autonomy in education, innovation in learning. At Codomo, we spark the passion in children to learn beyond their classrooms and apply tech skills to real world problems or areas they are interested in. We will be showcasing some of the projects done by our codominions (students) and also Potato Pirates – our proprietary card game that teaches coding without computers.
For more INFO http://www.potatopirates.game/
Date: 22nd July 2017 Time: 12.45pm to 1.15pm
Learn how Raspberry Pi and Python can come together to create a data acquisition node.
Program the Raspberry Pi to extract meaningful data from the collected datasets and how this information can be used.
Get a taste of developing smart sensors for our Smart Nation. Raspberry Pi will be used as the platform and the programming language used will be Python.
Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm
For more details Contact Ivan Sim at