MFA Products of Design students presented a wide set of work at this year’s World Maker Faire 2013 in Queens, New York, attended by 75,000 attendees (! a record for Maker Faire). Piles of visitors came by our booth, and the work seemed to draw the wonder of kids especially. (There must have been 150,000 kids amongst the 75,000 attendees:)
Below are some photos of projects and people. [Photos: Kathryn McElroy, Clay Kippen, Marko Manriquez. Table illustrations by Joseph Weissgold.]
Email Notifier rewards you with an M&M every time you get one of your mounting emails read. Design: Kathryn McElroy
Mr. Indecision, a motion-tracking gentleman, enchanted everyone who passed him by. And won a Maker Faire Editors Choice Award! Design: Richard Clarkson.
3D Printed Camera TK. Design: Clay Kippen; Improvised Foam Device. design: David Thonis.
Speaker heads play “conflicting” and “complementary” audio tracks at each other. (Political speeches, poetry slams, music tracks.) Design: Damon Ahola
Digital Nunchucks by Damon Ahola.
Cloud remote control by Richard Clarkson.
Jay is a 3D-Printed buddy that helps children understand first aid and self care. Design: Damon Ahola.
iPhone car is an iPhone case that drives away from the user once the phone is placed inside. Gives you a run for your money. Design: Clay Kippen
Plush lightbulb is an LED lightbulb sewn of fabric. Push on, push off. Unbreakable. Comforting. Design: Joseph Weissgold.
Tiny is a digital microscope that let’s viewers check out materials, surfaces (and eyeballs!) up close at 70X magnification. Design: MFA Products of Design Class of 2014.
That famous Maker Faire paella!