set of photos from Maker Faire Detroit for your enjoyment. The dragon above was one of our favorites.
Articulated hand from servo motors, fishing line, and energy chain.
HackPittsburgh used the Easy Cheese nozzle for direct and easy cheesy printing.
The Henry Ford staff were running some of their replica vehicles, including this steam motor bike.
The Power Races were highly entertaining.
This racer from OmniCorpDetroit even rickrolled the crowd.
You can find a few more Maker Faire pictures in the flickr set.
We’ve also posted a few brightwork pictures from the Walter P. Chrysler Museum for those chrome lovers out there.
3 thoughts on “Maker Faire Detroit 2011”
Really nice! Someday i’ll come too, just a little far away from germany :)
Dragon? It looks more like a R.O.U.S.!
Wow. I usually come here expecting cool tech, so that hood ornament completely blind sided me. Whatever happened to style, indeed.
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