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Maker Faire Atlanta’s Call for Makers Closes August 22

Have you have created, built, grown, engineered or constructed something that you are proud of and want to share with an excited audience? Exhibitors at Maker Faire Atlanta have the opportunity to participate in the Southeast’s largest Show and Tell. Submit your project and reserve your exhibit space in the 2014 Maker Faire Atlanta, taking place on Oct. 4 and 5, 2014 in Decatur, Ga.


APPLY to join the ranks of the tech-centered makers listed below and be sure to check these folks out while you’re there. 


Atlanta Historical Computing Society

Take a trip down memory lane and see some of the computers that started the personal computing revolution. You can play our SPS (Steam Punked Simon) memory game, or even build your very own to take home. Try to beat … Continue reading →


Atlanta Hobby Robot Club
The Atlanta Hobby Robot Club (A.H.R.C.) is an organization of hobbyists that sprang out of the Atlanta Computer Society in 1981. Our club’s purpose is to support Georgians who build robots by bringing them together in a format where they … Continue reading →


Botmite 1.1 UAV
botmite 1.1 is an experimental flying 8 foot wing span airplane incorporating a new wing with double the lift of the original platform.  New technology, exploring different methods of making, designing, and building a working platform.  Many disciplines are involved; … Continue reading →


Delta Star

A homemade delta robot 3d Printer with a Bill of Materials for non-printed parts under $250. This delta printer is based around OpenBeam aluminum extrusions and fishing line driven arms. Tweet


Fernbank LINKS Robotics
We would like to bring our BEST and FIRST robots to display and share with the audience. Last year the team members showed guests how to operate the robot. Tweet


Georgia Tech Invention Studio
This is a display of all of the different projects that user’s of our studio have built. They are all students from Georgia Tech. The project vary from water jetted metal gears to fine handcrafted wooden bowls to Arduino and … Continue reading →


Hyrel 3D
We make and sell professional, industrial-grade, out-of-the-box ready, highly reliable, high-value 3D printers here in Georgia.


Humanoid Robots
As a part of last year’s Maker Faire, Humanoid Robots would love to showcase their new projects for 2014. This year we will have two small bipedal humanoid robots. We will also bring the Solidoodle 4 to print parts used in the robots throughout … Continue reading →


LibraryBox is an open source, portable digital file distribution tool based on inexpensive hardware that enables delivery of educational, healthcare, and other vital information to individuals off the grid. LibraryBox, as an open source project, is available for anyone to … Continue reading →


Musical Tesla Coil
A oneTesla musical Tesla coil set up with a MIDI keyboard so that attendees can play music on the keyboard using the Tesla coil as the “speaker”. The Tesla coil can also play MIDI encoded songs directly under computer control. … Continue reading →


OPEN Technology
We provide Open Source & Open Hardware electronics at all stages of making for a diverse audience. The Arduino is at the heart of everything we do. Whether you want a fully assembled & tested Enigma replica (featured worldwide on … Continue reading →


Power Racing Series
Start with $500 and a Power Wheel. (Or any electric kids’ ride on vehicle.) Get some new batteries. A new motor. Heck, some nice new tires. Tie LEDs to the hood. Sprinkle it with glitter. Maybe a feather for class. … Continue reading →


Prototype Robotics
JD Warren is a maker and tinkerer. He has been featured on the cover of MAKE magazine (issue 22) with his remote controlled Lawnbot400 and is the author of Arduino Robotics. The Segbot is a balancing, rideable segway clone built … Continue reading →

We are building an open hardware platform for applications that uses BLE. Tah is an open development board which allows one to create applications that communicate with smartphones using Bluetooth 4.0. Think of it as a Lego brick for developing mobile … Continue reading →


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