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October 8, 2013

World Maker Faire’s DIY With a Difference

contributor: Rob Goodier

Builders, inventors and hardware hackers let their geek flags fly at World Maker Faire in New York City and E4C had a look at the innovations. We combed through the homespun designs to find the machines that have the potential to improve lives and boost economic development worldwide.

A little more about MakerFaire: It has become one of the best-known showcases for crafters and tech enthusiasts in the United States, with inventors hailing from around the country and around the world. These are a few of the projects that caught our attention.

See the complete photo shoot in our Flickr set.

A future engineer has his sights on the stars. Photo by Iana Aranda / E4C

Farm Hack’s Culticycle, a pedal-powered tractor built from ATV and bicycle parts. Photo by Iana Aranda / E4C

Shelter 2.0, a digitally designed transitional shelter. Photo by Iana Aranda / E4C

Rapid sketching captures highlights from Benedetta Piantella’s presentation. Photo by Iana Aranda / E4C

Will Cao demonstrates EWB-New York Professional Chapter’s kite aerial photography rig. Photo by Iana Aranda / E4C

Good advice… Photo by Iana Aranda / E4C

Demoing Gridlink System’s backup solar power. Photo by Iana Aranda / E4C

tags : Culticycle, Farm Hack, MakerFaire, Shelter 2.0, World Maker Faire

Rob Goodier

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