Thanks to Peter for alerting us to Marc Barto from Techmog’s coverage of Brighton Mini Maker Faire 2015. Sounds like it was a great event with some really fun projects on display!
Each maker faire has its own style. For Brighton it has always been a strong mix of ambitious electronics inventions, traditional or modern craft-making, and workshops geared towards kids to get them hooked on making.
Last weekend, for the 5th edition, the Brighton Mini Maker Faire showed once again how its done by offering a jam-packed programme of digital creativity and do-it-yourself craftiness.
One sure measure of success for a maker faire is the number of new, eccentric, creative and interactive projects on display. On this front Brighton delivered generously. Let’s start this list with…
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