We are so proud of his accomplishment. If you haven’t read the article, click here. This is just the beginning of the press he has gotten lately. Way to go Mark! After so many years finally getting the press you deserve!
Thanks everyone who participated in the event. Our booth was a huge success. If you didn’t make it, view the entire article to see a picture flood of what you missed.
To name a few thing’s you missed:
- Mark’s biped robot HEX
- Eric’s telepresence robot
- Jeff’s LaserShark/Laser Pong
- The robot head game
- The cornstarch monster
- Paul’s chiptunes streamer/midi interface
- Miles and his cardboard robots
- An awesome vacuum tube amplifier
- … and the larger part of our redbull creation project!
See you next year!
Robot Fest 2010 has come and gone. Some of the many interesting exhibits this year included the pneumatic rocket experience provided by the Baltimore Node, the many Lego Mindstorms projects, Maker Bot demonstrations, various art demonstrations, and a fashion show.
We’d like to thank everyone that stopped by our exhibit to view the Oobleck demonstration, PIC micro-controller LED arrays, the hand-powered Arduino random movie quote generator, build some cardboard robots, or just hang out and talk electronics. We had a great time and we hope to see everyone next year. Our next event will be at ArtScape in Baltimore. In the meantime, feel free to come by and do some hacking on one of our open hack nights.