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Maker Faire 2007 – Multi-Touch Multimedia Device

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPNDSd0Rhq8

Check out this cool Multi-Touch Multimedia device. This could be a cool combination of touch, sound, and video for future video game controls.

MultiTouch is the ability of an input controller to detect multiple fingers simultaneously. Multitouch input devices are just starting to be seen in the real world, rather than just in the movies (the most famous being “Minority Report”). MAKE magazine has even declared them the

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Maker Faire 2007 – Make Controller Peripherals

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3PMPKugjiI

Here’s a cool review of Make Controller and peripherals from MakingThings.com. Thanks Ann for the video!

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Homebrew CPU

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LA2woV8109Y

Wow, this was the coolest thing there, a homebrew CPU LIVE! Anyways, I got to meet Bill, maker of the homebrew CPU and take lots of cool pics and see it in action.

Thanks Bill for explaning all the cool stuff on your homebrew CPU!  Just check out the video for some explanation.

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Zedomax Maker Faire 2007 Coverage – Electric Motorcycles

I love motorcycles in general since I own a Gixer but WOW; I was amazed at these really cool electric motorcycles at the Maker Faire. These things have like 30 batteries hooked up to it!

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HPV – Human Powered Vehicle or Cool Bike we say

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PAT1i3m-Dg

Wow, there’s so much stuff still to come from our Maker Faire 2007 coverage. It’s like a massive virus or a bomb that hasn’t released itself yet…

With all the cool bikes we’ve covered in the past, this is probably the coolest bike, well at least the most technological “lookin'”. I am not exactly sure where this bike is from, I think we’ve covered it before but…

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Hanging out at Hackszine

While Garrett was working hard at the booth, I went around and made some friends like Jason Striegel from Hackszine. He’s a very friendly guy and we took some pictures together. The guy taking the picture on the left is also the author of Google Maps Hacks, cool…

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Zedomax Maker Faire 2007 Coverage – Sit and Pedal Persistence of Vision!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evhn0OBzASE

It’s been a blast yet we’ve been able to get barely 5 hours sleep. But we will get all this cool stuff posted.

Mayhem & Chaos brings you some really cool sit and pedal POV (Persistence of Vision) using recycled bicycle parts.

I guess Mayhem took it to Burning Man every year. Cool… I gotta go one of these days.

Thanks Mayhem for letting us take a vid!

Mayhem & Chaos website

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Zedomax Maker Faire 2007 Coverage – Midi Controller that looks cool – LivePAd

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qp6qD4mvfTw

Here’s Midi Controller “LivePAd” by Craig Dorety who is a musician, inventor, and a very smart (mechanical) engineer! He built this as his college project. (By the way, he went to UC Davis, where I went too!) Anyway, if you want to contact him to build you one of these or start a business with him, you can contact him at cdorety at gmail.com.

Custom-built from space-age plastics and psychedelic circuitry, this MIDI computer music controller for the 21st century allows the complete, dynamic

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Zedomax Maker Faire 2007 Coverage – Thanks for watching!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mp01rIiPPZg

Here’s a hilarious “Thanks for watching Zedomax Maker Faire 2007 Coverage from Garrett. Jed’s ALAVs and Hubberbots were right next to our booth so he suggested we help him deflate his cool balloons while trying to pack everything and leave the faire.  Great job Garrett! 🙂

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Maker Faire – Flying Saucer Oven

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iFppXL0Ov8

Here’s a simple flying saucer oven that uses a single light bulb yet heats up to 425 degrees fahrenheit!

They won the Dorkbake competition. This is really simple but great idea!

Eric and Jodi Kurland Eric is an award-winning filmmaker and digital artist whose films have played in festivals around the world. Jodi is a physical therapist and self-published photographer and author known to dabble in crafts.

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