Microsoft at Maker Faire 2007!
- Posted: May 02, 2007 at 11:49AM
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2 days + 45,000 Attendees + 5,000 ft2 of Microsoft Makers = 100% Goodness
We had an amazing time at Maker Faire this year. It's always so much fun to interact with folks - show all the cool stuff you can build with our tools/technologies, and also get a better understanding of what types of projects people are making.
As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, so check it out if you weren't able to attend:
Maker Faire 2007 Official Poster
What is Maker Faire?
What is Microsoft doing there?
The "Microsoft Makers" and our partners will be showcasing innovative applications of our products and technologies specifically geared toward hobbyists, technology enthusiasts, and tinkerers. The projects include things like:
|'Programmatic Party' with a Disco dance floor and automated bartender|
|Home automation solutions using Control Think technology and in partnership with the Zwave Alliance|
|R/C cars using Wiimote in .NET|
|Head Banger – A rhythm-based 3D music game hooked up to a webcam to allow the player's face to be projected onto the main character. Created by Ganksoft Entertainment.|
|Garage Games Torque X engine which greatly simplifies XNA game development by allowing users to drag and drop game components.|
|Robotics demonstrations using Microsoft Robotics Studio and the Serializer™ Robot Controller. Autonomous transportation robotics demos brought to you by Robotics Connection|
And much, much more!
Your favorite Coding4Fun authors (Brian Peek, Clint Rutkas) will be in attendance, and we'll also be running a Raffle with some great prizes like an Xbox 360, Home Theater System and Plasma TV!