DTLA Mini Maker Faire 2019 is happening this Saturday, December 7, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m at Central Library. Our Makers are getting ready to showcase their projects, inventions, craftsmanship, and creativity. Check out some of our must-see Makers.
Microduino is aimed at bringing easy-to-use electronic hardware to makers, designers, engineers, students, and curious tinkerers of all ages and levels. Microduino will be presenting the world’s smallest series of Arduino-compatible smart modules that are small, flexible, stackable, powerful, and can be used to create a limitless amount of DIY projects.
Mattel will be bringing a novel Hot Wheels playset that had been modified to blur the line between digital and physical play. Makers will show you how to do it and the process that it took to make things flow naturally. Mattel will also be showcasing a Fisher Price Power Wheels Jeep customized for kids with disabilities, bringing the power of play and mobility to kids that have been hospitalized.
Norby is an interactive learning companion for kids aged 5+. He teaches English, math and coding through stories, games and puzzles. Through positive feedback and encouragement, Norby helps build confidence and keeps kids emotionally engaged in learning.
DTLA Maker Faire will be using Whova again to help you navigate all the fun at this year’s Faire. Please register on Eventbrite before downloading the app. On Whova you can view the schedule and maps, build your personal agenda, view food vendor discounts, connect with other attendees, and more. Download the app and use the invitation code LAMMF2019 to get started today.