The SoCal Maker Convention is about innovations, inventions, and ideas. Below are some of the exciting things exhibitors have chosen to share with us before the event day on Nov 7.
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The SunJack solar charger provides portable power on the go. Charge your phones, tablets, cameras, speakers, lights, and any USB device anywhere!
The HX-1 prototype is the world’s first fully articulated, Arduino controlled Hexapod priced under $99. It is a complete functional walking robot that can be customized, expanded, and reprogrammed with the Arduino IDE.
AIO Robotics presents ZEUS: A true Plug-and-Play 3D Printer and 3D Scanner.
The Indiegogo campaign for the Qball, the throwable microphone, has been extended to November 2nd! If we hit out 50K stretch goal we will unlock an additional color and will give a Qball to 10 low-income schools!
AstroPrint makes 3D Printing super simple for users AND 3D Printer Manufacturers!
The Shark Wheel is the reinvention of the wheel, half cube and half sphere. The Shark Wheel has many performance advantages, has entered the skateboard market, and is winning international competitions
Eezitec is an eCommerce and educational platform for 3D Printing
Hey kids! Can you make a spaceship with just 17 Magnatiles? Come to the Full STEAM Ahead booth for fun science challenges — and the chance to win cool prizes!
RotorDrone Magazine’s September issue explores the largest cave in the world in an underground adventure. Romeo Durscher flew his drone in the world’s largest cave! In “Underground Adventure,” Romeo describes his travels to Vietnam to explore the largest caves in the world. This trip was done in preparation for a live broadcast that appeared on ABC’S Good Morning America. With this kind of talent Romeo Durscher has joined DJI as their director of education.
Fast&Easy Lock: Quickest and Reliable Device to protect your deadbolt by McChi Tech
Be the maker that is inside of you at UMakers.
If a picture paints a thousand words, then a video conveys a million memories a second. Play back videos in your picture book with the Videopage by Video 4 Books.
WTFFF?! co-hosts Tom & Tracy Hazzard will be interviewing 3D Printing companies and attendees, tweeting and posting live from the show floor. We will also be inviting all to ask any questions they have about 3D Printing. All of the interviews and many of those questions and answers will be published in a WTFFF?! SoCal Makercon show recap podcast episode.
The newly updated Zortrax 3D printed robotic arm printed with the Zortrax M200 3D printer will be on full display in Makersome’s booth this year. Be sure to check that out!
Get involved 3D printing prosthetics
3D printing prosthetics may be one of the most worthwhile things you can do with a 3D printer. Check out the Makersome booth for info on how to get involved.
Custom made 3D printed drones
Drones are all the rage and the ultimate drone may just be a 3D printed one. Check out a display of 3D printed drones at the Makersome booth.
From a 3d printed Advanced Tie Fighter and a 3D printed Light Saber to a working 3D printed Death Star Speaker System come check out the Makersome Booth for 3D printed Star Wars coolness.
Make In LA is currently on month 2 of our first 4 month program with 4 promising hardware startups from LA, NYC, India and China. Our companies were recently named the 4 hottest hardware startups in LA, working out of the hottest space in LA.
Stop by our booth as we kick off the iSTEMnetwork mini-science fair! We will be making a mini Vortex Cannon at the top of every hour! We will have lots of hands-on activities and FREE prizes!
We are FIRST Robotics Team 4276 from Marina High School in Huntington Beach: Viking Robotics! Our fifty-plus students work with engineering mentors in the aerospace and computer industries to help provide technical expertise, foster cooperation and teamwork skills, and inspire the students to explore possible career paths in engineering, programming, business, and communications. Come see a demo of our competition robots in the FIRST Robotics booth!
Catch STEM Center USA’s “The Technical Alphabet” at SoCal MakerCon and on ABC’s Shark Tank on 10/30 at 9 PM PT!
The “Fit2Grid Cube” is an energy efficient and integrates devices to generate electricity and store the kinetic energy in a compact space. The added byproduct of the energy production is: Healthy People. Come join us at our Walnut location with a Pre-Opening Annual Special of only $99. Sign up at: www.FitCubeFitness.com and visit us at Booth #19 “JumpStart Your Health!”
The Open Source Initiative, ‘something makers and hackers can draw on for support.’ Some of the many open source projects and people from this year’s Open Source Conference in Portland Oregon.
Tinker the Robot creates hands-on STEAM workshops for kids 5 and up. Come by to start tinkering!
Come and meet the Material Cube at the Learn 4 Life exhibit, a hands-on learning experience for kids of all ages.
Model airplanes are the classic “build project”! The Academy of Model Aeronautics and the Black Sheep Squadron model club will present design and construction demonstrations as well as information on the new UAS-4-STEM competition program.
Reduce your carbon emissions with FREE Cool My Open Road App. Do your part and make a difference.
Unleash every child’s infinite potential. Classes and camps at Build It Workspace engage students to explore the fundamentals of design using technology and hands-on creativity, building an early foundation for innovation in children. Visit us at www.buildit.ws.
Vocademy is different. A hybrid of a makerspace, a skills school, high school shop classes, a business incubator, and more. A place that teaches traditional and state-of-the-art “hands-on” skills. Then we add a dream workshop for those that want to learn, build, create, and become “skilled makers.” Not just access to tools & equipment, but in-depth classes to take you from beginner to expert. We also offer Turn-Key makerspace services for schools, libraries and companies.
Children can learn about simple electricity flow at the Inspire Charter Schools table while building an LED light up bug.
We look forward to seeing everyone at the event!
Aaron Berg | Events Manager
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