In may 2018, durning the bay area Maker Faire in San Francisco, I bought a google AIY Vision Kit. I did the basics and the tutorials but wanted more. I wanted a basic surveillance camera for my room when I went home to Brooklyn.
If you need wires, resistors, boards, tools, motors, LEDs, parts, controllers, tech toys, or cute novelty items, Tinkersphere is the one-stop maker headquarters of NYC. They sell Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Soldering Kits, and just about every connector and accessory a maker could ever need.
FiDi stands for Financial district. Bareburger stands for my favorite burgers. A lot of places call themselves farm-to-table, but this is the real thing.
Chowhounds everywhere must stop by the latest offering from Brooklyn’s royal family of Pizza, M&D’s kitchen. They, make burgers, wings, tex-mdx and Italian fare with care and flair for Makers from the Faire
I’m all over NYC again to make sure everyone knows to join me at World Maker Faire 2017 – September 23 and 24 in New York City. I’ll post here as I go to places around town where you should visit while you’re here. Expect Pizza, great food, places to stay, things to see and more!
On June 9, 2017, My article on everything that went right, wrong, and totally sideways on my laser cutting experiment for the Simon Baruch “Science Fair” was in the official blog/magazine of Make and the Maker Faire, “MakeZine!” Click here for more. Thank you AGAIN to everyone who re-posted, tweeted, re-tweeted, faced, booked, tubed, and … Continue reading MakeZine ran an article on my 2017 Laser Science Project
We over-built the entire thing. From too much code to too many lasers to tearing apart an old DVD drive I took a lot of side-trips. It was all a lot of fun and I learned a lot about lasers (masers), lenses, servos, python, and about how to finish a project inside the guidelines. Middle school is a lot to get used to and a big science project really helped. There were mis-steps and side goofs, but some how I tied it all together and salvaged a 100% score.
“I really like bread, milk and eggs” she said… This is article four of five, from my 2017 science project “Rock, Paper, Lasers” – this is the science project presentation. Presenters were allowed to display their project, show slides and videos, and serve a snack. I wanted to bring my laser safety fire box into school along with the lasers too, but my teacher would not permit me to bring lasers of this sort into school. She was right, tho she said it in a funny way. “I really like bread, milk and eggs” she said. I get it.
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