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Singapore Mini Maker Faire 2014 Opening Session 17Makers presentation. NicoNicoGakkai Beta Style.

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Singapore Mini Maker Faire 2014 Opening Session
17Makers presentation.
NicoNicoGakkai Beta Style.

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Singapore Mini Maker Faire 2014 Opening Session 17Makers presentation. NicoNicoGakkai Beta Style.

  1. 1. Singapore Mini Maker Faire 2014 Opening Session 17Makers presentation. NicoNicoGakkai Beta Style. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  2. 2. This Session IS.. 1 hour 17 Makers. Only 3 min. Bullet train from Japan, NicoNicoGakkai Beta Style.
  3. 3. 17 Makers. Elda Maria Webb – The Curious Design Network Veerappan – Sustainable Living Lab Ng Pan Yew – Electronics hobbyist Yeo Shu Fen - Amaker Benjamin Tan – Origami artist John O’Brien – Tinker tailor Joyce Lim – Tatting Fan Ming Wei – Bio 3D technology Nick Lewty – CQT Yuichiro Katsumoto – NUS Cute Center Koh Sueda - SmartSail Agatha Lee – Fabric hacker Tay Di-hong - Juggler Gao Guang Yan – LoneOceans Abishek Agarwal - Zenglove James Grieve - Homebrewer Xiaomi - Leathercraft
  4. 4. 1st Elda Maria Webb エルダマリアウェブ – The Curious Design Network Design Thinking for Makers!
  5. 5. Elda Maria Webb – The Curious Design Network She has a curious mind, and is always wandering they whys around her. When confronted with challenges instead of saying "well, that's life", you will hear her saying "No!,there has to be a better answer to this". She sees a great creative potential in Singapore that needs to be unleashed. Today is a very exciting day because she can see how things have grown at the Maker fair. She is also taking a big step today and from being a volunteer in the past, now she decided to help us discover the maker in us. Hoping that next year we can see more makers in the next Singapore Mini Maker Fair. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  6. 6. Elda’s presentation
  7. 7. 2nd Veerappan ヴェラパーン – Sustainable Living Lab Rethinking the Way We Make!
  8. 8. Veerappan –Sustainable Living Lab Veera is currently with the Sustainable Living Lab (SL2); a technology driven social enterprise that seeks to promote the Maker Culture. He enjoys wood working, solving difficult problems and making purposeful things that helps make life for others more lovely. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  9. 9. Veerappan’s presentation
  10. 10. 3nd Ng Pan Yew パンユー – Electronics hobbyist His LED are able to Dance!
  11. 11. Ng Pan Yew – Electronics hobbyist As an electronics and hands-on hobbyist, I has built and created numerous electronics-related stuff. Recently, I start to build something that has Local content I have always been fascinated with the vibrancy and attractiveness of Marina Bay's cityscape. This motivated me to embark on creating a mini-LED light display of Marina Bay, so as to showcase and bring out its beauty to be admired by viewers. Many of Singapore's iconic structures - the Merlion, Singapore Flyer and Esplanade, just to name a few - are located in Marina Bay. They are depicted in this LED light display, and operate in sync with your choice of music! Beside this I also build Dancing ball @ garden by the bay and Song of the Sea model. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  12. 12. 4th Yeo Shu Fen シューフェン - Amaker World’s First Dual ARM Open Source 3D Printer
  13. 13. Amaker’s Video!
  14. 14. Yeo Shu Fen - Amaker Hi I am Shufen, co-founder of Amaker. Amaker is to bring 3d printing to a whole new level yet affordable so that everyone can benefit from it. We design and carry our own 3d printer brand printer, Amaker, the World’s First Dual ARM open source 3D printer. It is the industry’s widest desktop versatility with materials and can print PLA, ABS and explore many new materials. Come stop by AMAKER’s booth 3D03 to watch live demo of AMAKER 3D printer and have a chat with our team. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  15. 15. 5th Benjamin Tan – Origami artist Crafts of Origami
  16. 16. Benjamin Tan – Origami artist something simple eg. Benjamin Tan of Crafts of Origami An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  17. 17. Crafts of Origami • Origami mini • Origami greeting cards • Useful Origami – dish, magnet, boxes • Origami for entertainment – tangram, action model, rose cube • Origami modulars and geometric • and many more Origami models…. We are at Booth CR02, be sure to come by !!
  18. 18. 6th John O’Brien ジョンオブライエン – Tinker tailor 3D Printing and Electronics
  19. 19. John O’Brien – Tinker tailor John is a weekend maker interested in 3D printing and electronics. After being inspired by the exciting things at last year's Maker Faire he decided to take the plunge and exhibit two of his projects this time round - a beer fetching robot and a RepRap 3D printer. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  20. 20. Tinker tailor: Girl and Boy Hobby Blogs www.joyfulgiraffe.com Sewing, Oil Painting and Crafts www.jweoblog.com 3D Printing and electronics Tailor Steph Tinker John Say hello at booth EN01!
  21. 21. BeerBot: WiFi controlled beer fetching robotics platform Lego NXT Mindstorms Controller & Lego Chassis WiFi connection to steer via SSH Streaming Robot's Eye Video Ultrasonic distance sensor Beer grabbing claw Raspberry Pi with PiFace and Camera Module 1000mAh battery Blu Tack and Rubber Bands Remote operated headlights and LASER!!!
  22. 22. Squirty the RepRap: customised RepRap Huxley with sound insulating enclosure Raspberry Pi with TightVNC and Pronterface Sound insulating perspex case RepRapPro Huxley with 3D printed adjustable vents borosilicate print bed Integrated spool holder LIttle Booties
  23. 23. What I've learned so far... • It's never too late to start tinkering • Making stuff is much easier than it used to be • Projects have a way of growing... • Going it alone is slow (and less fun) • If at first you don't succeed, stop 1 2 3 4 5 (and try again later)
  24. 24. 7th Joyce Lim ジョイスリム – Tatting Fine Craft
  25. 25. Joyce Lim – Tatting A tatting trainer and Fine Craft artisan who believe that variety is the spice of life. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  26. 26. Joyce’s video
  27. 27. 8th Fan Ming Wei ミンウェイ – Bio 3D technology Bio 3D technology
  28. 28. Fan Ming Wei – Bio 3D technology Introduce Bio3D Technologies as Singapore's first 3D bio-printer. Co-Founder and Director, Mingwei, is here at this event to introduce 3D Printing and Bio-Printing. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  29. 29. 9th Nick Lew ニックリュー – CQT CQT
  30. 30. Nick Lewty – CQT Dr Nick Lewty Research fellow at the centre for quantum technologies NUS An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  31. 31. Nick_slide
  32. 32. 10th Yuichiro Katsumoto – NUS Cute Center Toy Gadget Researcher
  33. 33. Yuichiro Katsumoto – NUS Cute Center My Gadgets. Ninja Track, Catapy, and more... An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  34. 34. Yuichiro’s video
  35. 35. 11st Koh Sueda - SmartSail Sailboat Researcher
  36. 36. Koh Sueda - SmartSail SmartSail visualizes the subtle changes of the sail not only to its sailor for making controlling a sailboat easier. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  37. 37. Koh Sueda’s video
  38. 38. 12nd Agatha Lee アガサリー – Fabric hacker Fabric hacker
  39. 39. Agatha Lee – Fabric hacker Agatha is founder of Green Issues by Agy. She is a fabric hacker and upcycler, and wants you to develop a closer relationship with your clothes! She shares her passion through her blog, workshops and talks. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  40. 40. Agatha’s presentation
  41. 41. 13th Tay Di-hong タイディーホン - Juggler Let’s Juggling!
  42. 42. Tay Di-hong- Juggler Zhenghao and Di-Hong are local jugglers who were part of a community effort to make cost-effective juggling clubs out of upcycled materials. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  43. 43. 14rd Gao Guang Yan ガンヤン – LoneOceans High voltage!!
  44. 44. Gao Guang Yan – LoneOceans Gao Guangyan, a experimenter who just completed his undergraduate studies. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  45. 45. Gao Guang Yan’s presentation
  46. 46. 15th Abhishek Agarwal アビシェック - Zenglove Robot Hand!
  47. 47. Abhishek Agarwal - Zenglove Zenglove is an intuitive, human hand gesture based controller, which could be interfaced with all devices capable of interacting using Bluetooth or any other wireless communication technology. It is based on natural gestures which one would normally make while executing tasks in a real world scenario. For example, tilting one’s palm to control the tilt, yaw, pitch or roll of a quad-copter or a drone. It has the extremely convenient form factor of a human glove, and comes with different set of application specific sensors/controllers to suit needs of a broad category of users intending to use the device for different set of applications. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  48. 48. Abhishek’s presentation Abhishek’s video
  49. 49. 15th James Grieve - Homebrewer D.I.Y!
  50. 50. James Grieve - Homebrewer James from the Singapore Homebrew Club An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  51. 51. James’ presentation
  52. 52. 16th Xiaomi - Leathercraft Xiaomi
  53. 53. Christine Beh - Leathercraft Xiaomi the founder is a typical Kampung girl who had spent her childhood in the little mountain away from concrete jungle. Natural surrounding like waterfall, bird singing, dog barking and children laughter in these day younger generation can never experience but she had spent her 18 years growing up from the tranquil forest. DREAMs to reality when she had her 1st baby girl in year 2012. The exciting experience of the baby girl arrival has reminded of her childhood dream when at the age of 14, the same feeling she had when she make her first handmade bag from her old torn jeans. It’s time she decided to continue her passion of making handbag, not from her old torn jeans anymore but genuine leather, that’s the story began of Xiaomi’s Handmade Leather Bag. An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:
  54. 54. Christine’s slide
  55. 55. Thank you for the Brilliant Makers! Have fun! An event of: Brought to you by: In partnership with: Thanks to:

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