ArtScience Museum has teamed up with OneMakerGroup (OMG) to bring eight exciting, hands-on booth to the Maker Faire Singapore this year. Check out the array of activities that they are showcasing, from copper sculptures soldering to cardboard armour making, and DIY watering can making!
Light Painting (Maker: Din)
Create your own dreamscape through painting with light, and observe your painting captured through a HD camera.
Join Din in using a HD camera and a light source to make your own wonderous light photograph! Participants will begin their journey in the dark room, draw out a shape or word in the air while the long exposure camera will capture the light sketch.
The Waterflower (Maker: John)
Make your own waterflower to take home, as you learn about recycling
John will be sharing how to reuse plastic bottles, trap rain water with them and turn them into watering devices. John’s watering cans are also able to pour the water to the roots rather than allowing water to be wasted on weeds.
HoverRover (Maker: Anabelle)
Discover the HoverRover through play or your own DIY robot.
In this booth, participants will be led by Annabelle to either play with the DIY HoverRover or make their own mini self-balancing robot. Discover how the HoverRover works!
Cardboard Sculpture & Automata (Maker: Bart)
Join us in building an enormous cardboard teddy bear head and play with the automata surrounding it.
Bart will lead the participants to build an enormous cardboard teddy bear head and put a medium sized automata around the teddy bear head. Participants can build the cardboard head, or play with the automata surrounding the head.
Renaissance Booth (Maker: Sullivan)
Create a renaissance experience through DIY activities.
At this booth, Sullivan will guide participants through a renaissance experience by making their own leather pouches, hand-sewing a medieval costume and even making their own chainmail!
Nest of Memories (Makers: Farah & Agatha)
Create an expression of memories with us through this activity. Try your hands at weaving colourful hulahoops, circle frames or even a welded stool.
In this booth, participants can enter an area with lots of weaved, colourful hulahoops hung on the ceiling. Farah and Agatha will invite participants to try their hand at weaving on the hulahoops, tiny circle frames or a welded stool using old T-shirts. Each old T-shirt and clothes represent the memories or identity of a person. Weaving them together creates an expression of a nest of memories.
Power Drill Car (Maker: Nah Wee Yang)
Have a go on the hand-build Power Drill Car!
Wee Yang will be making a fully working car that uses power drills to power the wheels forward!
PCB Making & Cardboard LED Lamp (Makers: Haw Kiat & Leon)
Understand how to make a printed circuit board using basic materials you can find at home. Fold and build your own cardboard table lamp and create your own LED lamp!
Join Haw Kiat and Leon who will be showing you how to make a printed circuit board from scratch, by heat pressing the circuit and then etching basic ingredients that you can find at home. Learn how to solder different components in a circuit board and bring what you have learnt to make your own Cardboard LED Lamp.