2014 Makers

Here is the esteemed group of makers we are privileged enough to exhibit for Maker Faire Atlanta 2014. We upload a new group of makers every Tuesday, so check back every week to find out who’s new. (Or, you could just join our email list and get those updates in your inbox every week!)

  • 501st Legion

    The 501st Legion is an all-volunteer organization formed for the express purpose of bringing together costume enthusiasts under a collective identity within which to operate. The Legion seeks to promote interest in Star Wars through the building and wearing of … Continue reading

  • 5th Kingdom Mushroom Farm

    5th Kingdom is an Atlanta based mushroom farm and research center. We grow more than 1000 pounds of gourmet edible and medicinal mushrooms each month in our urban warehouse facility. We teach mushroom cultivation, lead wild edible mushroom foraging outings … Continue reading

  • ABC’s of Electricity: Squishy Circuits for Young Makers

    Squishy Circuits: Combining the creativity of playdough with the excitement of electric lights, buzzers, and motors.   Young makers are welcome to come and play with Squishy Circuits while adults talk Maker and education. Tweet

  • aBlaze! illustrations

    A medley of delightful handmade illustrations and hand-lettered typography equals custom and original artworks made to make you smile and inspire your everyday life. I invite all aged makers to help assist in creating pre-made designs on pin back buttons … Continue reading

  • Acorn Amplifiers

    We are Acorn Amplifiers. We build high quality, custom, guitar pedals and amplifiers. We also repair any and all music related equipment. www.acornamps.com Tweet

  • Agnes Scott College

    Students at Agnes Scott, a women’s liberal art college, design and build projects for science and arts classes – or simply for the fun of it. We’ll be displaying the talent, creativity, and hard-work of our students and sharing astronomy … Continue reading

  • Arduino Kid Makers

    Several kids (middle and high school) that have worked on Arduino projects over the summer will display their creations. Tweet

  • ARLENE

      ARLENE is a resurrected Club Car, featuring autonomous and remote control technology. This giant robot follows user inputs from a joystick linked to the vehicle over a 900MHz XBEE communication channel, or can be programmed via custom computer CAD … Continue reading

  • Art Bike Rodeo

    Step right up! Art 120′s Urban Art Bike Team will be on hand with the newest fleet of art bikes. Take one for a spin and talk to our young team about how they built their mobile creations! www.art120.org Tweet

  • Asheville Makers

    Various projects from the Asheville Makers (ashevillemakers.org), including self-balancing scooters – aka, DIY Segway type vehicles with a fun twist, the ultimate lawn chair hover craft, & an interactive light display of arcing plasma & high voltage! Tweet

  • Atlanta Area Geocache Makers

    Atlanta Area Geocachers are people who play the GPS based treasure hunt game geocaching. A subset of us make creative geocache containers and would like to put them on display. We’ll have a geocaching information booth as well as several … Continue reading

  • Atlanta Astronomy Club

    View the Sun features through a Hydrogen Alpha scope. Learn how a telescope works and is built by amateur astronomers. See and discuss some of the club’s projects from diy telescope components to complete observatory buildings. Find out about upcoming … Continue reading

  • Atlanta Culture Exchange

    Bartering has never looked so good. Swap everything from homemade foods and fermentation starters to handmade art and join The Homestead Atlanta, WonderRoot, and the Atlanta Food Swap for an exciting exploration of the barter economy. Bring as many items … Continue reading

  • Atlanta Friends of the Alphabet Calligraphy Guild

    We are lovers of letters. Some of us are professional calligraphers, many are hobbiests. We are artists, printers, bookbinders, graphic designers, students and observers. Our purpose is to promote the interchange of ideas, techniques and design of letters. We meet … Continue reading

  • 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

  • Atlanta Music Education

      Our booth provides a hands on experience at our popular “Musical Petting Zoo,” kids of all ages can try out instruments they may never have played before and even make a paper shaking tambourine to take home with them. … Continue reading

  • Atlanta Robot Fight Club

    Robot combat returns to the Atlanta Maker Faire. This year we’ll be running 150g through 3lb combat in an arena and 12lb through 30lb combat in a street fight format on the Power Racing Series track. The main tournament will … Continue reading

  • Atlanta Robotics

    Motor control solutions. Visit us here. Tweet

  • Atlanta Science Festival

    Atlanta Science Festival is a weeklong celebration of local science and technology for children, adults, and curious folks of all kinds. Join us March 21-28, 2015 for 100+ events across the metro area, including the Exploration Expo at Centennial Olympic … Continue reading

  • Atlanta Taiko Project

    As per last year, we’d like to attend the fair to perform and also do several Taiko drumming demonstrations with audience participation. www.atlantataikoproject.com Tweet

  • Atlanta World Kite Festival and Expo

    Let’s explore the exciting world of Kites. Making, Flying, Fighting, and their historical significance throughout the world. From, political demonstrating to discovering electricity. We will be making and decorating kites with kids. www.atlantaworldkitefestival.com Tweet

  • ATLvr

    Virtual Reality is on the verge of finally becoming the mainstream consumer product we were promised. Join the ATLvr Meetup group as they demo the newest headsets including the Oculus Rift. atlvr.wackomedia.com Tweet

  • Augmented Reality Assisted Circuit Building

    See a prototype Augmented Reality circuit-building assistant app. It runs on an iPad and overlays exactly where to put parts into a bread board step-by-step. Built using Unity game engine and Vuforia AR tracking toolkit. Check it out here. Tweet

  • Be Craft Happy

    Maker of handcrafted everyday accessories for the young and young at heart. I handcraft each item from fun fabric finds, sometimes using upcycled materials as well. I currently make embroidered wall art, tote bags, scarves, fabric wristlet keychains, clip on … Continue reading

  • BelleAtlanta

    Home accessories and barware created by repurposing items from your everyday life. Observe and participate in the production of BelleAtlanta’s ceramic coasters.  21 and older guests will have the opportunity to DIY a set of wine charms. www.belleatlanta.com Tweet

  • Berry College Creative Technologies

    A variety of projects made by students and instructors of Berry College’s Creative technologies major. hackberrylab.com Tweet

  • Big Blue Saw

    Big Blue Saw helps designers, builders, and engineers turn their ideas into real parts made of metal, plastic, wood, and more. www.bigbluesaw.com Tweet

  • Blackrabbet Framing Studio

    From raw wood to finished frame- see each step and explore the materials and techniques used to create custom finishes. blackrabbet.com Tweet

  • Blacksmithing Demonstration

    Industrious Designs is a one person shop that makes all sort of things with metal. Blacksmithing is one of the techniques I use for making cool stuff . I will be forging items with hammer and anvil throughout the day. … Continue reading

  • Bogus Batoid

    Bogus Batoid is a hand built human powered submarine. Designed to fly through the water like a manta ray, with the style of a wooden strip built canoe, Bogus Batoid has won Innovation awards at the International Human Powered Submarine … Continue reading

  • Bohemian Guitars

    Bohemian Guitars make innovative and funky six string electric guitars using unconventional materials like oil cans and lunchboxes. Our guitars can be customized to your liking and they produce a rich clean tone. www.bohemianguitars.com Tweet

  • 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

  • Cartesian Co Argentum

    The Cartesian Co. Argentum works the same way as your inkjet printer at home, but instead of regular ink, it prints conductive silver! The Argentum can print circuits on lots of different materials including paper, plastic and fabric! www.cartesianco.com Tweet

  • Chinese Calligraphy

    We will write your name in Chinese calligraphy! About Atlanta Association of Chinese Calligraphy(AACC): AACC was formed in July 2012. President is Yaohua Luo, vice president is Yiling He. In the past two years, we have been promoting Chinese calligraphy through … Continue reading

  • Chorey Charts

    Chorey Charts is a modular chore chart game that grows with a child. It’s a series of dry-erase magnets that can be stacked on one another to create a game between parents and children. It can be customized according to … Continue reading

  • Clean Cooking Solutions

    Open fires and rudimentary cooking techniques cause damaging and deadly health risks for nearly three billion around the world, and kills millions of people in developing countries. The simple act of cooking for the family is the fourth worst risk … Continue reading

  • Clue Town Books

    I design ready-to-solve scavenger hunts in walkable areas of Atlanta. Hunters use information found on landmarks (e.g. statues) to solve puzzles. The solutions to those puzzles reveal directions how to get to the next checkpoint. Attendees of the Maker Faire … Continue reading

  • Cog in the Machine

    Cog in the Machine is an exploratory sidewalk piece about the role of humanity. The world is an amazing place and is ever-changing. We go about our lives not thinking about our affects on others and how the use of … Continue reading

  • Connie’s Creative Expressions

    I will have a gelli (gelatin mold\printing plate) plate available and assist visitors in how to make mono-prints.  I plan to let the persons assist in making and pulling print, and then letting them take it with them. Tweet

  • Copper Dancer Designs

    Handcrafted jewelry demonstrations including metalworking, chainmaille, assemblage, et. al., plus jewelry for sale. copperdancerdesigns.com Tweet

  • Craft Box Girls

    {Craft Box Girls} Create.Shop.Share. Discover creative DIY projects and recipes, shop handcrafted goods and party boxes and share your own creative projects. www.craftboxgirls.com Tweet

  • Creative Fuel Studio

    Creative Fuel Studio is an open to public workshop that exist to educate and spark left brain creativity in all ages. From weekend dabblers to annual members the studio offers affordable fee schedules for people from all walks of life. … Continue reading

  • D&D Xprss

    Daddy & Daughter Xprssions! 3D printed and hand made jewelry, trinkets, & craftz Rubber band loom jewelry, 3D printed looms and charms. A few screen printed t-shirts as well. 3D reprap will be on hand for live demos and ongoing … Continue reading

  • DAEL DIY Augmented Reality

    Augment your reality at this hands-on booth using our own Google Cardboard kit. Experience some of DAEL’s media installations while standing in the middle of Decatur. dael.gsu.edu Tweet

  • Decatur High School Robotics Team – Global Dynamics

    Join students from the award winning Decatur High School Robotics team – Global Dynamics – and try your hand at driving our robots. Visit us here. Tweet

  • Decatur Makers

    Decatur Makers is a welcoming, family-friendly makerspace located in downtown Decatur GA. We’re a community of people who work together in a safe environment to discover, understand, design and create interesting things. We’re excited that Maker Faire is in our … 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. http://spellicer.blogspot.com/2014/05/delta-star-3d-printer.html Tweet

  • DESIGNamite

    DESIGNamite offers innovative architecture and design after school enrichment and professional development workshops for the K-12 community. It promotes creativity, analytical, problem-solving skills, spatial exploration and critical thinking through the dynamic infusion of art, math, science and social studies and … Continue reading

  • DIY RC Airplanes by the Brooklyn Aerodrome

    Learn how to build and fly your own RC airplane out of coat hangers, building foam, real-estate signs and more. Scratch building a plane takes an afternoon and the planes fly great. Conditions permitting we will by letting people fly … Continue reading

  • DuinoKit

    The DuinoKit project is a Arduino based development system aimed at making is easier and quicker to build and program using the Arduino environment.At the Faire, I will have an area where people can tinker with the DuinoKit and also program … Continue reading

  • Dunwoody Homeschool Hive

    Handmade goods created by the kids of the Dunwoody Homeschool Hive – Sugar body scrubs – Dog biscuits – Homemade laundry detergent and dryer balls – Wool dolls/fairies, felted soaps, knitted animals, knitted finger puppets and rainbow loom dragons – … Continue reading

  • Dunwoody Homeschool Hive – Parent and Child Projects

    - Origami workshop – A DIY personal weather station built from Arduino, Raspberry Pi, household items, and parts from Home Depot that is able to update weather conditions at Weather Underground – A doghouse – Kids from the Dunwoody Homeschool … Continue reading

  • Earl’s Marquetry

    The art and craft of wood veneer inlay to create geometric shapes or pictures. I will have examples showing the steps of the marquetry process; from using veneers to cut and create shapes, to placing and fitting pieces, to finishing … Continue reading

  • Easy Reach Planters

    Easy Reach Planters is a home grown small business created with the intent to make gardening easy and convenient for everyone, particularly people who have limited mobility due to disability or age, or limited space in which to have a … Continue reading

  • Electric Bubble Gum Boards

    Electric Bubble Gum Boards is a low-cost electric skateboard that is capable of speed up to 23mph with a range of 15 miles and only weighs 10.5lbs. It incorporates many 3D printed parts and is controlled with an Arduino microcontroller. … Continue reading

  • EPICS — Engineering Projects In Community Service

    EPICS = Engineering Projects in Community ServiceEPICS is a national program developed at Purdue University that helps high school students who are studying engineering (and Making) to get out in their communities to find and solve real life problems that … Continue reading

  • Extollo Jewelry

    Jewelry made from bones, teeth and natural materials. My techniques include electroforming, bone processing, taxidermy, plating, metal-smithing, plating, and casting. I’ll be demonstrating the process of electro-forming natural objects with copper. www.etsy.com/shop/extollojewelry Tweet

  • Fabricate Studios

    Our studio offers modern sewing and craft lessons for adults and kids. Come by to participate in our Maker Faire button making craft. www.fabricateatlanta.com 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. www.fernbanklinks.com Tweet

  • Forge Your Own Copper Bracelet

    This year I plan on having a booth where I teach people how to forge copper bracelets out of copper grounding wire. My assistant and I will be showing people how the face of a hammer determines the direction metal … Continue reading

  • FRC Toaster Tech

    First robotics team 5332, Toaster Tech, will demonstrate their robot. Tweet

  • Freeside Atlanta

    Freeside Atlanta is an entirely volunteer-run community of makers, tinkerers, engineers, programmers, artists, teachers, and lunatics. We’ll be showing off some of the creations that our members have been working on including blinky lights, brain-computer interfaces, rainbow clouds, and tiny … Continue reading

  • Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead Project

    The Whiz Kids After School Program at 4th-5th Academy at Fifth Avenue have worked on a project that will tell you your Zodiac sign and IB profile. The correct answer will light up once the participant makes a match. Tweet

  • Funkey Skate Gear Co.

    Design your own creation! Choose the parts and pieces you like best and we will help you assemble it! Over age 18 may handle glue at own risk. Prices vary according to embellishments chosen. Crochet your own skate pom poms, … Continue reading

  • G3 Robotics Team 1648

    We are an award-winning, student-led robotics team from Grady High School in Midtown Atlanta. For over 10 years, we’ve supported students in learning that Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are the keys to solving the big problems of today … Continue reading

  • Geekspace Gwinnett

    Geekspace Gwinnett is a 24-hour think-tank and makerspace where makers from all disciplines can gather together to tinker and develop their creative talents across various platforms, initiatives, and projects. Makers join together at Geekspace Gwinnett to expand their knowledge and … Continue reading

  • 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

  • Ghanaian Gyil

    Rex Hussman and his gyil: an instrument from Ghana made of wood, gourds, antelope hide and spider webs.   Tweet

  • GoatnHammer

    Perpetuating the craft of blacksmithing through 100% hands on education. facebook.com/GoatnHammer Tweet

  • Golda Kombucha

    The Golda Kombucha recipe comes from a living legend. Just like the kombucha culture, which has been kept alive and sacred for more than 2,000 years, the Golda recipe is a folkway passed down through a generation from grandmother to … Continue reading

  • GT IEEE Innovation Team

    The purpose of the Innovation Team is to provide students who have little to no practical project experience the opportunity to build hardware, software, and robotics project from the ground up. The team is made up of students of all … Continue reading

  • Hackyard Athens

    Hackyard Athens is a hackerspace in Athens, GA, that brings together makers, hackers, programmers, entrepreneurs, and creative minds of all types. Our members teach classes, create exciting hardware and software, and reach out to the community to inspire new makers. … Continue reading

  • Ham Radio – One of the Original Makers

    Displays and interactive activities for youth and adults alike.  We’ll allow folks to send some Morse Code, show some electricity tricks, demonstrate amateur radio and setup for communications with the ISS and satellites.  We’ll have a place for prospective electrical … Continue reading

  • Hands-on Metal Etching

    Through the use of common household chemicals and a simple resist process, a person can etch metals of varying types! In this exhibit, you will be able to create your own etched metal locket or keychain. How does it work? … Continue reading

  • HARP at Morehouse

    HARP denotes High Altitude Research Platform which is used as means for providing research opportunities to STEM students entering Morehouse College. Students under the direction of Morehouse faculty create research experiments that are carried into Near Space (low stratosphere) conditions … Continue reading

  • Harris Educational

    Ben Harris is the Maker behind Harris Educational, a small Maker business that produces educational STEM kits that are used in schools and by hobbyists. Harris Educational uses Digital Fabrication technology to produce kits like Reinventing Edison: Build your own … Continue reading

  • HERObike

    Bamboo bikes – fun to ride and easy to make! herobike.org Tweet

  • High Museum’s Make Art with an Artbot!

    Make an original work of art with an “artbot”- an art-making robot! Our artbots have marker feet. Turn the artbot on and watch it make a piece of art in front of your eyes! www.high.org Tweet

  • HiglyPigly Creations

    Extreme doll reconditioning.  Awful, old, overly cute dolls rendered into re-imagined steampunk, sci-fi, fantasy, techno, or chewy-granola figures. www.higlypigly.weebly.com   Tweet

  • 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

  • Hyrel 3D

    We make and sell professional, industrial-grade, out-of-the-box ready, highly reliable, high-value 3D printers here in Georgia. http://hyrel3d.com Tweet

  • I Like To Make Stuff

    You can make anything out of reclaimed lumber, and when you add tools like a CNC machine, the possibilities are endless! Come see how to use reclaimed lumber to make things like puzzles, clocks, homegoods, and more! www.iliketomakestuff.com Tweet

  • iHOT Robotics

    The International House of Technology, or iHOT Robotics, is an FRC robotics group at the Atlanta International School. iHot has been around for 11 years now, and is currently going into its 12th year as a robotics team that has … Continue reading

  • Imaginative Flowers

    Imaginative Flowers is all about creating accessories with artificial flowers. These flowers are handmade from paper, cloth, beads, net and a variety of crafty materials. Shop for accessories such as hairbands, earrings, belts, bracelets, etc. made using these different kinds … Continue reading

  • Indie Craft Experience

    The Indie Craft Experience promotes handmade craft and design with curated markets, events and Pop up retail since 2005. www.ice-atlanta.com Tweet

  • Interactive Product Design Lab at Georgia Tech

    Featured works include an award-winning pair of stroke rehabilitation gloves, a collection of dance performance garments, and a NASA-sponsored body tracking base layer. Design researchers from Georgia Tech will be available to discuss the methods, opportunities, and challenges of soft … Continue reading

  • Janke Glass Studio

    Experience the fire, molton glass, and master skills of award winning Glass Artist Matt Janke as he demonstrates the ancient art of glassblowing and shows his highly crafted functional and sculptural art glass. www.jankestudios.com Tweet

  • Jert Creative

    I am a Painter and Illustrator based out of Atlanta, Georgia. I will be working on a large piece of art live at the Maker Faire and I will be available for questions about my process. I’ll also be selling … Continue reading

  • Jessica Campbell Handmade

    I am an artist and I specialize in making art pieces that people can love and enjoy everyday! I got my start making custom recycled art dog and cat sculptures for clients like Animal Planet’s star Victoria Stilwell. I now … Continue reading

  • JubileeStationPicks

    JubileeStationPicks produces guitar and ukulele picks made from used plastic bags. The thin sheets of plastic are fused together using heat and the resultant picks are sturdy, flexible, and lightly textured. The designs are then stamped on using archival ink … Continue reading

  • Kids Go Wild

    Kids Go Wild is an out door week long day camp that offers hands on Art, Science & Storytelling to campers of all ages. Centers are set up for the week and offer each camper the freedom to experiment in … Continue reading

  • Kinetic Sculpture

    Rideable circular saw blade wheeled bicycles!Kinetic and found object sculpture!Pedal powered lounge chairs! Tweet

  • Klapthor’s Universal Robots

    Traditional wheel thrown pottery is transformed into futuristic robot sculptures.  Sculptures will be for sale and an on site demonstration will take place throughout the day of pottery being altered and assembled into a large scale robot sculpture. www.mklapthor.com/ Tweet

  • LED Cardiac Cells

    You want to build a heart with $50? Good luck with that! You want to build a physical model of the electrical activity of heart cells? Well that’s different. Here you go. The light from the LED acts like an … Continue reading

  • LibraryBox

    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

  • Lock Pick Village

    To a locksport enthusiast, a lock is seen as a complex, mechanical puzzle. While we are primarily focused on giving this training to security professionals, we extend hands-on learning to makers and hobbyists as well. Many makers find the inner … Continue reading

  • Mad Housers

    The Mad Housers build huts for the homeless. Our goal is to provide shelter for homeless individuals which are not being otherwise served. We help people develop skills required for constructing and rehabilitating housing and shelter. This weekend we will … Continue reading

  • Make Nashville

    Nashville Makers show off their projects, including circuit-bent toys, 3D printers, robots and more! Tweet

  • Maker Joe

    The inner workings of obsolete and discarded machinery and electronics (and just about anything else) transformed into fine art. www.makerjoe.com Tweet

  • Makers in Monrovia

    Makers in Monrovia is an ongoing effort to build ties between community and technology through the establishment of a mini-makerspace at iLab Liberia, a community-driven technology hub in Monrovia, Liberia.A successfully funded Indiegogo campaign helped provide a variety of tools, … Continue reading

  • MAMA Art Collective

    The Atlanta-based MAMA Art Collective was founded in 2013 by a few creative, community seeking women with young kids. MAMA is a place to create, explore DIY design and craft, and kickstart creative businesses. We currently have a workroom and … Continue reading

  • MASS Collective

    MASS Collective is a group established to connect creative people to quality resources. We are building a social and physical hub in Atlanta to link makers of all sorts to equipment, education, workspace and each other. Our goal is to … Continue reading

  • Maven Makers

    Come and learn how you can be a part of the maker movement! In this interactive exhibit Maven Makers is putting you through a series of tests to help you learn what kind of maker you are! That’s right DIYers, step … Continue reading

  • McManness Illustration

    Erin McManness is a freelance illustrator and designer working in Atlanta, Georgia, specializing in stationery and paper goods. She will be demonstrating how to work with watercolors and india inks for illustration, design, and pattern-making purposes. mcmannesspapergoods.etsy.com Tweet

  • Metal Art Dude Furniture

    I will take scrap steel and new steel to make chairs, tables, and other pieces of furniture using a mig welder to assemble the furniture. Tweet

  • Morrison Man

    Founded in 2013, Morrison Man is the preferred body cleansing company of distinguished gentleman for whom good things come naturally. Each soap is handmade using the finest Shea Butter, Olive Oil and Coconut Butter. Our fragrances are inspired by times … 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

  • Narvaro

    Our company is creating a marketplace for remote reality. By connecting head-mounted displays with a live stream from a 3D camera system, the user is completely enveloped in the world presented to them. By creating a network of remote-presence cameras … Continue reading

  • Nerdy Derby

    Calling all would be racers.  Build cars from all sorts of interesting material and try your hand at racing on our track.  Can you be the fastest or maybe even the slowest?  We will also be looking for entries made … Continue reading

  • Noosh Studios

      I make hand cut wood blocks and print those directly onto tshirts on site creating a unique interactive experience. Nooshstudios.com Tweet

  • Omnia Creator

    Omnia Creator is a cross platform, free, and open source C/C++ IDE for Makers that brings powerful code editing and data visualization capabilities to your fingertips. With Omnia Creator you can create multichannel graphs that show sensor data in real … Continue reading

  • One Man, One Garage

    Backyard inventor goes public with useful and whimsical stuff! Tweet

  • 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

  • Oscar Eastwood

    Oscar Eastwood is a collective of lady makers. We strive to work with and learn from both the crafter and maker communities, and to bring together technology and tradition to create awesome projects. We are passionate about getting children interested … Continue reading

  • Outside the Box!

    Children know that a cardboard box is never just a box. It can be a car, a house, a rocket… the possibilities are endless! We at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta seek to inspire children to become creative thinkers while … Continue reading

  • Overworld Designs

    Props and costumes from video games, comics, and movies brought to life! Overworld Designs is a project by Atlanta based designer Michelle Sleeper to bring weapons and armors from popular media in to the real world. See the steps needed … Continue reading

  • Papermaking

    Transform water and pulp into paper! Explore the papermaking process from beginning to end. www.ipst.gatech.edu/amp Tweet

  • Parker & Briggs

    At Parker and Briggs we like to recycle as much as humanly possible. This includes taking unwanted tree limbs and other materials, destined for the dump, and turning them into beautiful, hand-crafted clocks. We also design, build, and restore furniture. … Continue reading

  • Pi vs. Arduino

    Foundations for The Future Elementary schoolchildren will create Raspberry Pi arcade games for Faire-goers to play. They also will create Arduino-based robots for Faire-goers to interact with. Which motherboard-inspired creation wins the smackdown? We will poll our beta testers — … Continue reading

  • Plastic Scribbler 3D Printers

    Plastic Scribbler supplies open source 3D printers for all types of makers. Finally a 3D printer for the layman, our Asterid series 3D printers are an advanced additive manufacturing device capable of high resolution 3D prints. With three resolution settings … 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

  • Public Libraries

    Librarians from several neighboring counties will attend to offer library cards. It would allow visitors who are inspired to learn more about what other Maker Faire Atlanta booths are working on – arts, crafts, coding, and electronic projects – to find … Continue reading

  • R2 Builders, 501st Rebel Legion

    We are a community who exchange information relating to building the robots of the Star Wars films, most notably R2-D2. Tweet

  • Raspberry Pi Photobooth

    Interactive Photobooth built with RaspberryPi and PiCamera. Coded entirely in Python. Tweet

  • re:loom weaving a better life

    re:loom employs and empowers homeless and low-income individuals through weaving beautiful, one-of-a-kind products out of donated clothing and fabric. re:loom is a program of the non-profit agency, Initiative for Affordable Housing in Decatur, Ga. re:loom will bring a floor loom … Continue reading

  • ROBLOX Makers

    ROBLOX is a flexible free platform for creating engaging multi-playergames. See top ROBLOX devs and players demo how to start creating games using the ROBLOX integrated dev environment, multi-OS support, and global cloud of servers. At ROBLOX you make the … Continue reading

  • RoboJackets, Georgia Institute of Technology

    The RoboJackets is a creative robotic club at the Georgia Institute of Technology. It annually competes in five different competitions, Battlebots, FIRST, IGVC, RoboCup and IARRC. Each one has different goals, tasks, size limits, and playing field. We do it … Continue reading

  • Root City Market

    We are the makers. The doers. The future of our city. Root City Market brings together makers who are proudly crafting in the South. Shop local. Support your makers. www.rootcitymarket.com Tweet

  • Ryujin Robotics: Proto Ryujin LW

    Lightweight Combat Robot: Proto Ryujin LW A 60lb radio-operated vehicle capable of tearing through aluminum and steel with a spinning drum. Demonstrations will be given depending on availability of an arena suitable for a 60lb combat robot. More info coming soon … Continue reading

  • Sand Art and Jaw Matching

    Sand art: A little bit of glue and a dash of sand to create an eye-catching art project.  Jaw Matching: Who eats what and how? Explore predators and prey in a jaw matching activity. www.georgiaaquarium.org Tweet

  • SCAD Atlanta Student Maker Spotlight

    Play an interactive hand washing game. Or rock out on a 3D printed guitar. The curriculum at SCAD gives students the opportunity to design and build; to program and prototype. In addition to the core classes in majors like Interactive … Continue reading

  • Science of Fun STEM Camps

    Inertia with Science of Fun STEM CampMake your next Thanksgiving Dinner more memorable by pulling out the tablecloth! Will it be a disaster? Newton’s Laws will tell.The Science of Fun STEM camp brings fun to learning. Our hands-on camps keep … Continue reading

  • Scribble Machines: You Drew it!

    Full STEAM ahead. Inspired by “The Art of Tinkering,” Makers at the Scribble Machines: You Drew it! booth will design and construct a Scribble Machine.Stop by and pick up your own 3D Printed ring that was produced by Drew Design! … Continue reading

  • Secret Society of Paper Cuts

    Join a secret society and learn more about making pop up cards, paper puppets and mechanical paper toys from Crankbunny, animator & paper artist Norma V. Toraya! Make sure to ask Crankbunny how she evolved from using simple tools (such … Continue reading

  • Smoky Mt. Scientific

    We design and build open source electronic instrumentation for environmental monitoring and science education. Tweet

  • Snowden Guitars

    Utilizing discarded cigar boxes, premium exotic hard woods and high quality accessories, Mike Snowden meticulously handcrafts his personal brand of unique electric cigar box guitars from his Marietta, GA workshop. www.snowdenguitars.com Tweet

  • Society of Physics Students GSU

    This 3D printer was constructed using the Prusa Mendel I2 layout, available online at RepRap.org. The printer can extrude PLA filament as well as ABS (with heat bed). This is Georgia State’s first 3D printer on campus, built by the … Continue reading

  • SoPo Bicycles

    This year, the SoPo Bicycle Co-op celebrates its 10th anniversary helping cyclists across Atlanta keep rolling. SoPo’s mission is to provide accessible bicycle maintenance and education, promoting a sustainable means of transport for this traffic-burdened city. Though we will not … Continue reading

  • Southeast Fiber Arts Alliance

    SEFAA’s mission is to cultivate a vibrant fiber arts community by:Connecting the fiber arts community; Promoting the fiber arts;Providing diverse and comprehensive fiber art programming;Inspiring and supporting fiber artists, organizations, businesses, and educators; andEncouraging public understanding and appreciation of the … Continue reading

  • SPSU Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Team

    We are an Underwater Robotics team that competes in the AUVSI International RoboSub Competition. The competition simulates a vehicle navigating a harbor while submerged, interacting with unknown objects to verify they are safe, neutralize any danger to surface vessel. spsu-auv-team.github.io … Continue reading

  • SPSU EVT Electric Motorcycle and Go-Kart

    The Southern Polytechnic State University Electric Vehicle Team is a competition team focused on the design and implementation of electric vehicle technology. We support alternative energy transportation and clean energy. There are two branches of the SPSU EVT: the Electric … Continue reading

  • Stand Out Stylistic

    Stylish unique handcrafted beaded jewelry and accessories with individual flair! Tweet

  • STE(A)M Truck

    STE(A)M Truck™ inspires youth to learn Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math by bringing the coolest tools, equipment and mentors directly to students. community-guilds.org/steamtruck Tweet

  • Steampunk Robot Cockpit

    Step into the interactive cockpit of a gigantic steampunk fighting robot, Giant Odin, used by legendary explorer Gustaf Danielsson to battle mountain trolls in Scandinavia. facebook.com/brettkingsteam Tweet

  • Steampunk Robotics

    We are a homeschool technology club, based in Atlanta, GA.  Our exhibit will include demonstrations of FLL, FTC, and SeaPerch Robotics.  We will also be showcasing Stemville, a computer game created by one of our members and featured at the … Continue reading

  • SteamSaucer

    This Alternative History creation explores what if a group of Victorian Scientists had learned to create what we know today as flying saucers using as yet undiscovered methods. SteamSaucer is that simulated recreation. A plasma armature powered Tesla amplifier modifies … Continue reading

  • Surfing On Entropy

    Surfing on Entropy is a non-linear transmedia story told through a website, an app, and the Oculus Rift. It teleports the user into an immersive 3D puzzle experience. Spaces where sacred geometry, labyrinths and resonance underpin the collage world of … Continue reading

  • Swap-O-Rama-Rama

    Join in the communal process of reuse and celebrate our collective creativity! You are invited to Swap-O-Rama-Rama, a giant clothing swap and series of do-it-yourself workshops in which a community explores reuse and creativity through the recycling of used clothing. Check … Continue reading

  • SymGym

    SymGym is a video game controller and dynamic fitness device. SymGym uses bodily movement to control video game actions. The resistance based arm bars and foot pedals simulate real life bodily movement that is in sync with game play. The … Continue reading

  • Tah

    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

  • Terrarium Design

    Like many inventions, Terrariums were an accidental discovery. A gentleman by the name of Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward was attempting to observe the metamorphosis of an insect in a closed environment. Using a simple glass bottle with some soil and water, … Continue reading

  • The Georgia Tech Space Program

    Georgia Tech has reached high heights in recent years with some pretty awesome rocketry projects.  Check out the makings of Georgia Tech’s very own space program, watch a rocket launch, and build your very own rocket using household materials.  It … Continue reading

  • The Georgia Tech Urban Honey Bee Project

    At Georgia Tech, we make a lot of the devices we use to study bees!  You will get to see the solar wax melter, observation hive and digital hive sensors we built in our invention studio.  And you can make … Continue reading

  • The Hatch

    The Hatch is a collection of developers, designers, artists, and makers who strive to educate, collaborate, and innovate with technology and art. We are building Athens’ first Makerspace, educating the community on the importance of the tech and arts industries … Continue reading

  • The Homestead Atlanta

    The Homestead Atlanta has been bringing hands-on education to Georgia since early 2013. The Homestead Atlanta offers workshops in the heritage skills of yesterday and the sustainability innovations of tomorrow. We strive to build resilient communities by fostering resilience in … Continue reading

  • The Little Puzzle Box

    Learn how I used KickStarter to help me learn how to make puzzle boxes. I will be demonstrating some of my assembly techniques and explaining how I am able to keep the tight tolerances necessary for these puzzle boxes to … Continue reading

  • The Maker Station

    The Maker Station is a nascent makerspace in Cobb County that just recently secured a location right off the Marietta Square. Various projects have recently kicked off, with the biggest of all being the actual build out of the space. … Continue reading

  • The Norse Shop

    Visit the 10th Century in Iceland.  See hand made knives, wood working tools, chests, leather tools, and farm implements made to Viking specifications.  How did the Norse live and work?  Experience it first hand. I will have pieces of leather … Continue reading

  • The Poetry Van

    Come write a poem on the big white van! We use POSCA markers so that rain won’t wash them off, but windex will. Tweet

  • The Roller Coaster Project

    The design, fabrication, and realization of a real working wooden roller coaster. Just smaller… therollercoasterproject.com   Tweet

  • theClubhou.se

    Based in Augusta, Georgia we are a hacker/maker space for those technology enthusiasts who are true geeks!  We offer co-working space, STEM Education Classes, Start-Up Mentoring and and Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program.  We also have awesome monthly First Friday Hackathons!  We produce … Continue reading

  • Turner Makers

    Have an adventure with the Turner Makers! Finn and Jake’s Bean Bag Chair Toss-Tac-Toe: Challenge a friend to a game of life-sized tic-tac-toe! There’s more than strategy involved in this twist on this old school faire game, it takes skill … Continue reading

  • UGA College of Engineering Maker Labs

    Several research and education projects from the Medical Robotics Laboratory and Virtual Experiences Laboratory at The University of Georgia: Try out a fully immersive portable virtual reality system, a smart recycling bin, a mobile 3-D printing station, use a DaNI … Continue reading

  • UNG Physics and Engineering

    Imaging from the nano to the macro and 3D printing. Tweet

  • Vintage Book Crafts

    In the age of the ebook there are millions of unwanted old books heading to the landfills and recycle bins of the developed world. Underground Books is a used & antiquarian bookstore (a real brick & mortar bookshop) in Carrollton, … Continue reading

  • visionfactory

    visionfactory are kids who know how to fund, patent and license kid’s ideas.  Our CEO is Lehn Ellingson who is a 16 year old student at Paideia School in Atlanta.  He leads a group called GURU’s who can understand what … Continue reading

  • Warren Illustration & Deadpan Days

    Eric Warren is a professional illustrator who sells prints of his digital work, as well as traditional, mixed media illustrative paintings on canvas and wood. See Eric’s work at https://ericwarren.prosite.com Michele Moros creates hand painted, small scale wooden dolls of … Continue reading

  • Weapons of Miniature Destruction

    10-year-olds with palm-sized projectile weapons: crossbows, catapults, peashooters, and related implements of mayhem made from household items. See how to build your own! Tweet

  • Werkstatt

    I will be displaying the various ways to interact with the Moog Werkstatt. These can be as simple as a single Arduino and a little code for sound modulation all the way up to a wireless 3-D printed controller. If … Continue reading

  • Where do you get your ideas?

    ” Where do you get your ideas?” 8′ H x 5′ W x 6″ D wooden automataThis automata model of my head shows the thought processes I go thru when I develop an idea. A hand cranked mechanical belt drive … Continue reading

  • Who’s at the Faire?

    Fill out an on-line survey, and visualize the results. Check often to see how the results change as more people take the survey. Hear how software was used to create a custom survey, and see different ways to visualize data. … Continue reading

  • Wind Tube Contraptions

    The Westminster Schools invite tinkerers of all ages to create paper and plastic contraptions and then test them in our vertical wind tunnel. www.westminster.net Tweet

  • WonderRoot Creative Reuse

    WonderRoot Creative Reuse is a project of WonderRoot based in Atlanta, GA. The purpose of our program is to promote artistic expression, environmental awareness and community through the collection and redistribution of salvaged materials for creative reuse. wrcratl.wordpress.com, wonderroot.org Tweet

  • Wooden Machines

    CNC routed wood bike. Collin and Myles will bring their homemade CNC router and various items they have made using it. They will demonstrate the CNC router. woodyoushouldyou.wordpress.com Tweet

  • Yonder Years

    We are Lisa & Daniel…otherwise known as Yonder Years. Our story is not only about our love of old-weathered worn and reclaimed pallet wood but also about finding each other at the perfect time in our lives — a love … Continue reading