Category Archives: 2012
Cover an object in a seamless material using just sheep’s wool, soap and water! No sewing and no glueing involved. Follow the ancient art of felt making by placing down layers of wool roving then rubbing with soap and water … Continue reading
A modified table tennis table that triggers sounds and music based on the location of the impact of the ball
Sarah Rhys is a designer/maker, specialising in metal but dabbling in much more. At Brighton Mini Maker Faire she’ll be creating an installation and collaborative art project consisting of a large balloon-powered vessel that visitors will help to create throughout … Continue reading
Soldering workshops are an essential part of any Maker Faire, but this year’s Brighton Mini Maker Faire is taking it up a notch with a full-on welding workshop, run by engineer and cartoonist Tim Hunkin.
We are wildcrafting our own cola from an open source recipe, reverse-engineered from the original Coke. Cube-Cola brings together the science lab, the home kitchen and open source software in an iconic and delicious DIY drink. At the Maker Faire … Continue reading
Spiro-scope invites you to rethink the most natural of all tasks, breathing. By slipping on a smart belt and headpiece the affects of this intensely intimate bodily function are revealed. The belt measures your respiratory behaviour while the head-piece amplifies … Continue reading
Maker Faire is a brilliant opportunity to meet creative, resourceful and skilled people. This year we decided to run a series of talks by makers who will tell us about their creative process. How do they deal with problems? Where … Continue reading