fablab

As the first open-source fabrication lab in China, FABO-Shanghai is a place to “make almost anything”, taking the elements of the new industrial revolution that 3D printing, open-source hardware and open design represent as the foothold. By focusing on open course and education, FABO is to bring together various disciplines, to realize the collaboration of humanism, technology and design, to enhance its community influence and, in the end, to cooperate with capitals as well as corporations, so to generate the social innovation in China.

Fabo at Tongii

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MakerFaireCoasterCompetitionMakerFaireCoasterCompetitionInstructions

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MakerFaire2015HandsOn

Participants will make a marble roller out of toilet paper tubes and duct tape. They can also explore putting together a commercial made marble roller.

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Quadcopter

Ever wanted to learn about the power and agility of multirotors? Here you will learn the basics of multirotor engineering, flight, and construction!

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We will be making mini-bots. The mini bots will run off of double-A batteries, switches, two motors, resisters, LED’s, Sauder and hot glue guns will attach it all together. The participants will then be able to race their bots in a maze.

Taken from Khan Academy. – https://www.khanacademy.org/science/discoveries-projects/robots/Solderless-Spout-Bot/v/solderless-spout-1

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clinometer

Want to know how tall that tree is? That building over there? At this station, Students will make clinometers, a tool used to measure the angles of elevation to assist in calculating heights, along with a simple trigonometry table. Find the height of the PC Gym and win a special prize! Closest calculation wins!

Link to project website.

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http://phantomore.com/

Clear up your living room just have one system that you control with your voice or your iphone, play your favorite 3D games, watch tv, youtube, host your files that you want to have everywhere in your house!

Is it too messy in your living room with all the wires and such just to watch a movie online?
Gaming console, apple tv, router, etc?
Why not put everything in to a one thing?
Did you want personal servant?
Did you ever wanted to what movies did, talking to your computer and they do what you want to do?

Our development test project will be featuring :
Samsung exynos processor clocked at 1.4Ghz and 1.2Ghz (octa core)
PowerVR SGX544MP3 GPU (OpenGL ES 2.0, OpenGL ES 1.1 and OpenCL 1.1 EP)
2GB of LPDDR3 RAM

It will be running all your casual 3D games!
Play,
Minecraft
Call of Duty
2048
many other games you enjoy on your pc and your phone or ipad!

Developer Friendly
Linux Chrooted on Android.
Android 4.1.2!
Linux Ubuntu and Xubuntu Flawlessly on the fast octa core processor.

FEATURES
WATCH MOVIES AND TV SHOWS
SHARE FILES FORM ANYWHERE LIKE YOUR PERSONAL DROPBOX IN YOUR SERVER!
PLAY GAMES
HAVE A REALLY STRONG 150MBP/S WIFI ACCESS POINT
VOICE COMMAND YOUR PERSONAL SERVANT!
HDMI 1080P FLUENT FLAWLESS PLAYBACK
AND MORE AND MORE TOO MUCH THE LIST GOES ON…

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Come see and play with Concordia High School’s 2013-14 FTC (First Technology Challenge) Robot and 2014 MATE (MArine Technology and Engineering) underwater ROV (Remote Operated Vehicle). Learn about the technology and try the controls! Student team members will be there to assist!

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Students in the Applied Design course were tasked to create a functional chair using nothing but cardboard and hot glue. It was also necessary for the chair to be aesthetically pleasing and hold a minimum of 100kg. Working in groups, they researched structure, cardboard uses and chair design to come up with their own twist on this classic design problem. Group projects also provide an opportunity to collaborate and use each members’ specific skill sets to create the best possible design outcome. Come on over and see if their designs hold up!

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Joshua Jacobs, a grade eight student from Concordia, will teach you the basics
of the Arduino board, with some hands on activities such as the basic code and bread boarding. Joseph Cho and Albert Lee, both seventh grade
students also from Concordia will present two robots that are based on
the knowledge of an Arduino board.

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