Participants coded custom robots using the Hummingbird Robotics platform and the SNAP! programming language. They designed 3D models using Tinkercad. They visited far off lands and outer space through Google Expeditions, and painted in a 360 virtual world with Oculus Rift.
Teacher, student and parent volunteers helped to facilitate our stations. We accommodated approximately 100 children, with many parents in tow. We were joined by the wonderful people from the reDiscover Center who ran the String Art station in our Maker Court.
It was a tremendous first run, and the experience provided us a solid foundation to build upon for the coming years. Below is the Mini Maker Faire map, and a few pics from the event.