Why not round out our two-week Bay Area Maker Faire coverage with a Links post? This time around it’s video links. We mixed together a bunch of interesting clips that didn’t get their own video, as well as a dose of what it feels like to walk around the Faire all weekend. Join us after the break for the links.
- We don’t think the free form clock has been documented, but SparkysWidgets is the place to look for it.
- Unfortunately we didn’t get any audio of the Femtoduino with BLE built in. The best we could do is show you how they are carried around in a tiny canister.
- The Mojo FPGA board was driving a nice color tracking hexapod.
- [Paul Stoffregen] showed off the audio library for Teensy 3 that he’s been working on for many months.
- A glimpse of the Arduboy; a PCB-thin handheld gaming system.
- PicassoBot takes your picture via webcam and uses a simple robot arm to draw a portrait in pen.
- Compete with a laser robot turret in [Alvaro’s] laser shooting gallery.
- Roy the Robot stretched his arms for the crowd.
That’s it for our Bay Area Maker Faire 2014 coverage.