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ABQ Speaker Schedule

Speaker’s Stage

11:00-11:20         Julie Cervantes, The Fractal Foundation
11:30-11:50         William ‘Doc’ Cotton, Home Robotics-Arduino & Roomba
12:00-12:10         Nancy Judd, Recycle Fashion Fantasy
1:00- 1:20             Joe Grand, Prototype This!
2:00- 2:20             Mikey Sklar, The Digital Homestead
2:30- 2:50             Marc Bonem, Albuquerque Rocket Society
3:00- 3:20             Christian Ristow, Kinetic Art
4:00-4:20              Aaron Gallemore, Show & Tell Project Artifacts

(schedule subject to change)

Main Stage

10:30- 10:45        Opening Ceremony with Michael Lederhos & the Girl Scouts of Albuquerque
12:30- 1:00          LIVE MUSIC with the Anslovers
3:30- 4:00             LIVE MUSIC with the Anslovers
5:45                        Closing Ceremony

*LISTEN FOR SPECIAL EVENTS ANNOUNCED THROUGHOUT THE DAY.
(schedule subject to change)

Speaker Schedule

Speaker Profile: Home Made Robotics

Home Made Robotics – Arduino & Roomba

Roomba

“Roomba & Arduino Micro-Controllers”

This discussion will start with a stock Roomba and Arduino and cover the eletronic equipment , connections and programming necessary to connect the arduino to the Roomba and control a stock Roomba using an Android bluetooth connection.

 

Albuquerque’s First Annual Mini-Maker Faire

The Event is Almost Here!

ABQ MiniMakerFaire

Buy your ticket online and save $3!

Adult Presale Price $12

Adult Door Price $15

Eventbrite - Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire 2012

 Kids are ALWAYS $5

 
 

 

Speaker Profile: Mikey Sklar

The Digital Homestead

Speaking on Sunday Sept 23rd, 2:00- 2:20

“Back to the Land with a bit of digital assistance.”

Caleb Kraft from Hack-a-Day stopped in to visit Mikey Sklar while he toured the Southwest in August 2012. After showing him some geeky stuff they drove to a nice spot of the Rio Grande and sat around in the river to cool off.

Read about all of Mikey Sklar’s DIY adventures in Homesteading at his amazing blog:  blog.holyscraphotsprings.com

Also For Sale at ABQ Mini-Maker Faire:
YATC2 Kit - Temperature Controller for all your fermentation needs.
This temperature controller is available fully assembled with all accessories or as a complete kit that requires soldering. It is ideal for the following:
  • converting a chest freezer into a refrigerator
  • converting a dorm fridge into a cheese and wine refrigerator
  • converting a hot plate into a temperature controlled cooker
  • converting a camping cooler into fermenter
  • converting a crock pot into a sous vide
Da Pimp Kit‘ – Battery Recovery Unit
Da Pimp is a extremely portable battery tester / desulfator / charger. It uses capacitors instead of a transformer creating a highly efficient conversion of AC to DC voltages. It is available fully assembled with all accessories or as a complete kit that requires soldering.

Holy Scrap Hot Springs Store

 

 

Make Magazine: Mini-Maker Faires this Weekend!

By , 2012/09/19 @ 2:00 pm

In 2012 there will be close to 60 Mini Maker Faires around the globe.  Mini Maker Faires are organized by individuals, hackerspaces and maker groups, schools, and larger institutions like science museums.  They are diverse in scope, resources and origin, but all share an interest in connecting and celebrating makers.

At World Maker Faire New York next weekend, over twenty such Mini Maker Faire producers will be meeting up, telling stories, and learning about new tools.

If you are interested in meeting some of these folks and learning more about our Mini Maker Faire program, please come out to Maker Faire New York for our Sunday 11 a.m. morning session “Mini Maker Faires: Building Local Maker Community Around the Globe.”  Note that if you can’t make it, you can watch the livestream at google.com/+MAKE.

Now for the updates!   Two Mini Maker Faires are happening this weekend:

(Taken directly from Make Magazine.)  Read More Here