If you’re in the Twin Cities and you have any kind of interest in making, hacking or DIY, you simply must attend Make: Day this Saturday at the Science Museum of Minnesota.
− Make: television projects including a VCR Cat Feeder, Burrito Blaster, Personal Flight Recorder, and many others.
− Geek Squad Agents will dispense their latest tech tips
− Vivid, glowing shadows using flashes of light (Science Museum Staff)
− Robotic Circus (Twin Cities Robotics Group)
− High-powered rocketry (Tripoli Rocket Club)
− Giant T-Shirt Cannon and Pulsejet Engine (Caz Sienkiewicz)
− Experimental instruments fashioned from scavenged objects (Tim Kaiser)
− High energy rhythms, flailing arms, and aural excitement (Savage Aural Hotbed)
− Ultra-modern Electric motorcycle (St. Thomas Academy)
− Amazing static electricity projects (Bakken Museum)
− Printing 3-dimensional objects (Stratasys)
− A remote-controlled, 3-story paint pendulum (Studio Bricolage)
Learn more about Make: Day at the Science Museum’s site… and if you run into GeekDad Dan or myself there, be sure to say hello.