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Photos: Robots, Drones, & Canine Mind Reading At Maker Faire

Robot Resurrection, 30 feet tall, made mostly from airplane parts, and equipped to shoot flame<br/>

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Mohamed poses with another young maker<br/>

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Hanging out with the Meccano robots<br/>

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Daniel Anand and his Gamified Spirometer<br/>

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Brinda and Ananya, age 10. “Our favorite things were the pinwheels, the 3D printers, and the Google booth. And all the electronic things.”<br/>

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Checking out the Kamigami Robots<br/>

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Trying out the Earth Living Skills bows and arrows</br>

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For sale in the Maker Shed: Necomimi Cat Ears, whose “cat-like reactive movements show how interested or relaxed you are in real-time.”<br/>

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Robots in the Intel tent<br/>

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Engraved laptop by Glowforge<br/>

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The KaleidoDome made nature into a kaleidoscope<br/>

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Testing a just-made car at Koko Open Source<br/>

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Chilling out by the Gamelatron, “the world’s first fully robotic gamelan orchestra"<br/>

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The “face” played back photos of you and everyone else who’d peered into it that day<br/>

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The Fire Organ by Guerrilla Science<br/>

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The KaleidoDome. “We wanted to create a walk-in kaleidoscope in a shipping container,” said co-creator Kat Green. “But we had a bunch of domes in storage.” Why? “Burning Man,” she said. “It’s embarrassing.”<br/>

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At the LEGO stand<br/>

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The Moat Boat Paddle Battle<br/>

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The Circus Warehouse<br/>

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