Danny and Chris are from DIY pinball, where they refurbish, repair, and reinvent pinball machines sing home built and modern parts, rewiring them with Raspberry Pis. Part of a pinball community, they’ve been part of the maker community since 2011. … Continue reading
Wargaming Tradecraft will teach you how to make beautiful miniatures for gaming, tabletop rpgs, or just for pleasure. Dave Garbe has been painting miniatures for decades, and his blog is full of techniques, tips, and tools to take you from … Continue reading
Lynn joins us to talk about her perspectives as someone who’s seen a lot of creating over the years, and a photographer herself. She delights in the passion and drive that all of the exhibitors display, and reminds us that … Continue reading
Younis is 8, and not only is he a Minecraft maker, but he built his own AM radio. Which means he has accomplished significantly more than us from a technical perspective. We are dutifully embarrassed in the face of his … Continue reading
A lifelong learner and maker, Neil is the volunteer coordinator for Maker Expo, which is a mammoth effort. He joins us to talk about organizing, making, and his own passion projects in our local hackerspace.
Derek Wong began his journey as a hobby balloon twister in 2011, after viewing a clown twisting balloon animals at his friend’s birthday party. Since then, the internet has been Derek’s major text book and biggest inspiration for his balloon … Continue reading
Agnes is a long time maker, organizer for Maker Expo, and the head of Mindful Makers, an incredible series of making camps and much, much more. A serial maker, one might say. She joins us to talk about the incredible … Continue reading
Ig Kolenko is the director of the Centre for Smart Manufacturing at Conestoga College, and the students are here with an exhibit. They’re showing off robot arms, leds, and talking about bringing vision to life. Ig talks about their incredible skills, … Continue reading
“Everything here is the greatest thing I’ve ever seen.” ‘Nuff said. This kid has plans.
Meg makes superbugs, and one day she’ll build a dollhouse.