Rhode Island's own celebration of New England innovation, ingenuity, and invention. Read more
This project was successfully funded on August 7, 2012.
About this project
Launched in 2009 at Slater Mill, the birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution, Rhode Island’s own Mini Maker Faire represents a new kind of revolution that promotes grassroots American innovation. Join us as we connect a community of builders, inventors, and designers here in Providence.
We're holding Maker Faire RI in downtown Providence on August 11, 2012 in partnership with AS220, who is hosting us that day at their annual block party. Through this partnership, we'll have the opportunity to expose thousands of people to the makers who exhibit here.
Your support will pay for the infrastructure needed to make this happen (parts for hands-on activities, facility fees, table rentals, signage, and all the other stuff that makers need to show off their creations).
(RI Mini Maker Faire 2011 video by Jason A. Duclos)
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A special thanks on the RI Mini Maker Faire web site. Every little bit counts!Estimated delivery:
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Although admission to the Faire is included with your AS220 Foo Fest 2012 ticket, that won't stop us from making tickets! This is a limited edition commemorative ticket from Maker Faire RI.Estimated delivery:
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The Mini Maker Faire Rhode Island Keychain was designed by Matt Stultz for the faire, and is based on the original faire "anchor" logo by Josie Morway. This 3d-printed keychain is the perfect way to keep the faire with you all year!Estimated delivery:
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From the creators of MAKE magazine (which includes Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire co-founder Brian Jepson, who edits MAKE's book series) comes the Maker's Notebook. Put your own ideas, diagrams, calculations & notes down in these 150 pages of engineering graph paper. We've also included 20 bonus pages of reference material, such as electronics symbols, resistor codes, weights and measures, basic conversions and more. The covers of this hardcover book are printed in cyan "Maker" blue with a white grid debossed front and back. (Big thanks to O'Reilly, publisher of MAKE, for their donation of these rewards.)Estimated delivery:
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The Arduino Hacker's Bookshelf is a collection of books edited by Rhode Island Mini Maker Faire co-founder Brian Jepson. It includes: Getting Started with Arduino, a thorough introduction to the Arduino open-source electronics prototyping platform; Making Things Talk, 33 projects with Arduino, sensors, and wireless and wired networking; Arduino Cookbook, solutions for most common problems and questions Arduino hackers have; and Make: Arduino Bots and Gadgets, six fun projects with Arduino, mobile phones, motors, sensors, and more. (Big thanks to O'Reilly, publisher of MAKE, for their donation of these rewards.)Estimated delivery:
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