Tag Archives: 2012
[View the story "The Night Before Brighton Mini Maker Faire" on Storify] The Night Before Brighton Mini Maker Faire As the buzz builds ahead of tomorrow’s Mini Maker Faire, we thought we’d share some of the excitement that’s bouncing around … Continue reading
BabelDuck is a new company set up when two people bumped into each other again after a 25 year gap. The founders (Andrew Pusey and Richard Souter) first met whilst studying Degrees in Microelectronics and Information Processing at Brighton Polytechnic … Continue reading
Cranks is a volunteer run DIY bike workshop based in Kemp Town in Brighton. We provide a space, tools and expertise to help members of the public to repair their own bikes at minimum cost, learning new skills as they … Continue reading
PlingCloud is an authoring kit that lets children and teachers link any physical object to digital media. For example, link a favourite toy to a video. Having created this link, children can activate the multimedia by simply placing their object … Continue reading
Using old vinyl records to host one-to-one spin-painting workshops lasting 5-15 each. Visitors are guided to paint their own spin painting, which they may then decorate with stencils or even turn into a clock!
Oh my. It’s nearly here. This time next week we’ll be inside a whirlwind of noisy, colourful, eye-opening, bonkers, brilliant, beautiful, bold and clever creations. We hope you will be there with us, too, getting inspired and involved. If you … Continue reading
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