In the recent years, we have seen a surge of new tools that put creating with technology in the hands of the people. These tools include microprocessors, IoT, Virtual reality, drones and more. At Maker Faire, the tech zone provides opportunities for you to find out more about tech tools available as well as meet people who have been using these tech tools to create cool projects. Check them out! (This is an early list and we will be updating it as we accept more makers to Maker Faire Singapore)
Srijith Jayakumar Booth
Always on Bus Arrival Display for Home. It based on ESP 8266 which uses LTA API to fetch the Bus Arrival information every minute and displays the result in a small LCD. It shows bus arrival information for 3 bus stops simultaneously. No need to fiddle with smart phone to check the bus timings when you are in a hurry. Its always on and it gives up to 3 estimated arrival time.
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Experience Ace Booth, Workshop
To showcase the various projects of Arduino, Scratch and MIT app inventor. 3D Music Within: Audboz will also be showcase for public to listen to live music. Find out More
Workshop Timing: Sat – 11am to 12.30pm and Sun 11.00am to 12.30pm (Details)
Robor R Us Booth
Robot R Us has been a leading Robot store for hobbyist and educators. We offer a wide range of robotic parts and robotic kits. Find out More
Area 51 tech shop Booth
Making a skateboard rack – Free instructions available at table
Recycle your old bike with a hoverboard – Demo and free instructions available.
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Strawbees Booth, Workshop
Strawbees is an award-winning prototyping toy for makers of all ages. It is a kit based on one simple unit (Strawbees) that lets you connect straws to each other and build little to huge mechanical objects from just standard straws and cardboard, and which stimulates the imagination and encourages storytelling endlessly. Find out More
Workshop Timing: Sat 1.45 to 2.30 (Details)
Quirkbot is the worlds first microcontroller that allows you to build robots using normal drinking straws. This is made possible through it’s compatibility with the construction toy Strawbees and the Arduino programming environment.
With Quirkbot you can build interactive projects using only drinking straws and off-the-shelf components. You don’t need to know any programming or electronics to get started. Find out More
Dream Catcher / Chumbaka Booth
Dream Catcher Technologies offers Professional Training Courses in the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Telecommunications, Life Sciences and Oil & Gas.
Dream Catcher has training kits and services covering secondary schools and tertiary education institutions. Training kits for schools are marketed under the brand of Chumbaka. From July 2015, Dream Catcher was appointed by Makeblock as a distributor for their education robot kits and “Lego” style makers’ modules.
Chumbaka offers DIY kits and workshops to help to ignite interest in science and technologies among students and non-technical adults. Examples include Arduino Embedded System workshops, Motor kit, mBot Robot kits and workshops.
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Rohaimi “Tech” Mohamed Booth
Smart device install for user to perform “wudhu” / washing up before perform prayers in the mosque. This device act as a water saving and reminder for the user which forgot item during/when perform “wudhu”.
It will be the first prototype and the idea concept to overcome human errors and also provide the cost saving in water usage in the mosque.
This idea and concept won 3rd place in Mosque Tech Challenge 2016 held in Gufran Mosque over the night during Fasting Month.
Profile of the maker
A self-taught individual with a great interest on both art and electronics. Tech decided to integrate both disciplines into a singular dynamic practice. Constantly tinkering with technology and graffiti, Tech works on a myriad of bots, programs and handmade gizmos to create and facilitate the evolution of graffiti art. As an artist, he pushes himself to explore crazier techno geeky ideas to widen the creative influence around him.
Tertiary Infotech Pte Ltd Booth
Raspberry PI Starter Kit
Raspberry Pi Interent Kit
Raspberry Pi Project Kit
Arduino Hobby Kit
Arduino Starter Kit
Robotics Accessories Find out More
Chibitronics pte Ltd Booth
Circuit Stickers are electronic stickers that you can use to build glowing, sensing, and interac-tive projects without any complicated equipment or programming skills. All you need is your imagination. Use them to add electronics to any sticker-friendly surface: paper, fabric, plastic, the sky’s the limit! Building circuits with them is fun and easy – just stick them onto a surface like you would with a normal sticker, and build up a circuit by sticking several stickers together and adding a battery.
They are an approachable way to learn and create electronics through craft, whether you’re just starting out with circuits or creating complex interactive artworks.
Kiwi’s Creations Booth, Workshop
Demonstrating the possibilities and power of “making” through exhibits such as DIY CNC tools (CNC Mill, CNC laser cutter, 3D printer), crafts made with those tools (E.g. DIY Arcades machines, holograms, DIY drones)
Din Chan Booth
An Art Science exhibition of cool blue running flame running across a vinyl pipe. Find out More
Annikken Pte Ltd Booth
We have been making simple games using Arduino. Games that use the Arduino board and mobile phone. I want to build a shooting gallery game with sensors. The target will display an animation when you have been hit by a plastic dart. Players can download a mobile app and control the blaster with their phones. 2 players will challenge each other to hit their opponents target.
Players can see how the electronics board are build together to make this awesome Arduino project. Don’t have to spend a lot of money to have to make your own electronic game station.
There will be 2 opposing teams / characters . Each will have a target that will be fitted with a piezoelectric sensor. This sensor will be connected to the Arduino Leonardo board and with an Annikken Andee shield. The blaster is a plastic toy cannon that is 10 cm high and 8 cm wide. The target will be 21 x 18 cm in size. Find out More
FABOOL Laser Mini, our most-affordable desktop laser cutter and engraver comes in two models; 1.6W and 3.5W models. The working area is 300*240mm so all you need is a desk to put it on. The 1.6W model can cut materials up to 2mm thick and the 3.5W model can cut up to 4mm thick, both with repeated-processing. It can cut or engrave materials such as balsawood, plywood, MDF, cork, acrylic (color), ABS sheet, cardboard, felt, silk, and leather. Also works with variety of food such as pancakes, fruit, veggies, and chocolates.
We have also developed software to operate the machine, which supports the following files: SVG, DXF, JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIF, GIF, PSD.
In addition, there is a kit that allows you to expand the working area as big as 1m*1m. Find out More
Computational Thinkerer Booth, Workshop
Computational Thinking has been said to be the fourth R, in, in tandem with the current 3R (Reading, wRiting, and aRithmetic). And many have recognized the importance of CT as a life skill for all in the 21st century and beyond. Find out More
Workshop Timing: Sunday 12.45 to 2.15pm (Details)
Cytron Technologies Sdn Bhd Booth, Workshop
Cytron team is a group of robot enthusiast and makers in pursue of spreading the love for robotics and electronics. We have been providing tons of tutorials and sharing on robotics and electronics, series of reliable off-the-shelf development boards, electronic modules and accessories to assist makers, inventors and engineers in experimenting with their ideas. With our past experience in building products (ex: rero.io), we have reached out to makers, turning their prototypes into commercial products. We assisted them from engineering design all the way to manufacturing their product. Dear makers, let’s learn together, build together and grow together. Find out More
Workshop Timing: Saturday 3.30 to 4.30, Sunday 2.30 to 3.30 (Details)
littleBits is an open-source library of electronic modules that snap together with tiny magnets for prototyping, learning and fun. The award-winning platform allows young and old alike to easily create STEAM projects without soldering, wiring, or programming. Try out our sample littleBits projects, and experience Making with littleBits at the experiential space!
IXEN Robotics Pte. Ltd. Booth, Workshop
Give your child a head start for their future by joining our fun & exciting Coding & Robotics or Arduino Electronics Craft Workshop Series.
Learn Coding & Robotics by creating your own code and make your robot avoid obstacles, follow a line and move at your command!
For Arduino Electronic Craft Series, you will get to learn how to build, wire and code your own electronics gadgets and robots.
Our workshops are carefully crafted so that the students follow a steady progression and improve their coding, logical & creative thinking. Please visit https://ixen-robotics.com/courses/all to find out more. Find out More
Workshop Timing: Sunday 3.45pm to 5.15pm. (Details)
Infinite Engineers Booth
Dexter Box – Your Home Laboratory
A Box of Hands-on Science Experiments for kids to do and learn complex science concepts easily.
Materials to build 4 stunning projects.
A Brain Book of concept explanation and Dexter Tips.
And a Blue Print to build the project.
Why Dexter Box?
Improves Critical Thinking Skills.
Creates joy of Hands-on Learning.
Sense of Achievement.
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Homemake Cardboard Bladeless Fan Booth, Workshop
One of the most innovative household appliances in today’s world is perhaps the Blade less Fan.
Its appearance is aesthetically pleasing.
To understand how it work is to make one yourself.
Keen to roll up your sleeves and construct one yourself!
Head down to Pan Yew’s booth to learn how you can use simple recycled items to construct your very own blade less fan,
one that you can truly call yours!
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Workshop Timing: Saturday 3pm to 3.45pm and Sunday 3pm to 3.45pm (Details)
Instant water boiler using an ion exchange heater with a micro controller. Exhibits the advantages of a small one cup boiler and also showcases the rapid prototyping techniques used. Find out More
Ferris Kwok Booth
Lives Under Control
Popular controllers like Arduino, Raspberry Pi and micro:bit can be very useful in our lives. What are they, how can they help us, what differentiates them and how to choose between them ? Come learn, look and play with fun gadgets you can make with them. Just come. Find out More
IMDA-pixel labs Booth
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Funbie Studios Booth
A collective of 3d design, 3d printing, pop culture, gaming, arts and craft enthusiasts Find out More
fvauz. will be showcasing its inventions utilising 3D printing technology in various materials namely plastics, stainless steel, bronze steel and porcelain (ceramics).
Innovative, fresh and functional, the designs include world’s first 3D printed buttons for malay traditional baju melayu (cufflinks convertible) and its latest creation of 3D printed honey dipper. Find out More
3D print Hub Booth
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