Makers at the Western Entrance

Sustainable Living Lab
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Ground Up Initiative
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Big Tree
We will be making greeting cards using conducive ink; tape and LED circuit stickers. Participants can make their own cards with a basic package. a facilitator will be on hand to provide assistance.
Simple experiment kits can be assembled from the various experiment kits We have from Japan.
Big Tree’s Makers approach youth development in schools is wholesome, having struck a balance between the arts and techonology when it comes to imparting creativity and expression to our Young Makers. Come down and learn how modern electronics have brought a new dimension to greeting cards!
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PAPERRAZI – Exposing the Joys of Paper!
Paperrazi pushes the boundaries of Paper as a Creative and Functional medium. Using an amalgamation of Paper manipulation techniques, works of Art and Functional Products are explored. Examples of these artWorks by Paperrazi are on display and Demos are scheduled.
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Play Coding is a professional educational institution that can easily learn computer programs from children to adults.
We are teaching
– BBC micro:bit
– Arduino with Scratch.
– FischerTechnik for STEM kit.
Play Coding is an instituition offering courses related to Arduino controllers, FischerTechnik and BBC micro:bit. Makers of all ages are welcome to sign up!
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Jason Koh
Plastic Origami Craft – The use of paper fasteners to create mini-sculptures of birds, fishes, animals, dragons, dinosaurs, robot figures etc.
Maker Jason Koh’s exhibit showcases his original plastic origami crafts, where Makers can derive inspiration to craft designs from reusable plastics.
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Loshberry Code Studio
Loshberry Code Studio offers kids coding and computational thinking camps and classes in Singapore. We provide a unique blend of physical and on-screen activities in our specially designed courses to help our students grasp the concepts behind how day-to-day technologies work. Our students gain a higher level of appreciation for the tools and technologies around them.
We are Creating Futures by instilling and inspiring future pillars of the world to have the confidence and aptitude to create the next big innovation.
We are a team of highly qualified developers and designers born and bred in Singapore, who believe that children learn best through kinesthetic and tactile activities.
Come on down to our booth to check out what our students have created in our classes using the array of technologies we use – Ozobot, Scratch, Raspberry Pi and MIT App Inventor!
Check out our signature Coding Discovery Camps at
or learn more about our regular Term Programmes at
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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.
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In this hands-on workshop, we invite you to create an interactive flapping artifact for catching new experiences. Blu Friend, uses bluetooth and smartphone to control a bespoke balloon at indoor venues. This helium-filled small blimp makes you happy and you will enjoy piloting the Blu Friend at your fingertips. You can also try to make different variations of balloon shapes. The other workshop, DIY Iron Man Arc Reactor, uses a simple parallel LED circuit and craft to make a small wearable toy, much like Tony Stark’s. It is powered by a 3-volt battery and slips under your shirt. It is comfortable to wear for several hours at a time.
These two workshops engage parents and child to collaborate and bond, inspiring them to communicate, tinker and learn. Our workshops welcome makers, artists, technologists and educators of all ages.
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NECTEC, Thailand
NETPIE platform is a cloud-based platform-as-a-service that facilitates interconnecting IoT devices (“things”) together in a most seamless and transparent manner possible by pushing the complexity of connecting IoT devices from the hands of application developers or device manufacturers to the cloud.
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Tan Sock Fong
all product and table size art ornament/sculpture is made by glass artist Tan Sock Fong in her studio located in 11 Upper Wilkie road.
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Family Science Club and Citizen Science
The purpose of our exhibit is to showcase selected toys and activities from workshops that was co-developed with parent support grooups. These co-developed programmes aim to promote family bonding as well as to create the interest in science for the families.
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Showcase of programmes run by KidsSTOP
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All IoT Cloud Inc.
We are trying to create a friendly spaces for students, makers and every single engineers who wants to get involved creating IoT solutions or services. we provide HW, SW tools, sensors, even production services to bridge the gap from dream to reality.
We also provide total solution courses including mentors and teaching materials to teach people who wants to learn IoT solutions and Industrial 4.0 integration solutions.
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As we know my compact vacuum forming machine, can make as many folds.
As it can, make shape with clay, plastic, plaster and Styrofoam.
It’s easy to use and more convenient to use.
” V. former ” simple and compact vacuum forming machine.
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