Here’s a quick walkthrough video from our friend Bob Henze who showed his Art Car, Sebastian, at the Faire.
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Here’s a walk through video of our event from Sunday (28th). Thank you to Kee Choi for letting us use it! If you didn’t make it there, here’s some of what you missed.
LV Mini Maker Faire in Vegas Seven: “Attention all creative types: the age of the geek is upon us this weekend, and the Mini Maker Faire is offering a warm welcome.”
Dronesmith Technologies is a local robotics startup that specializes in creating drone hardware and software tools to facilitate drone application development. Our mission is to foster innovation by giving makers, inventors, and innovators the hardware and software tools to funnel their passion and creativity into real-world solutions.
Currently, the existing drone market is hobby-centric, focusing primarily on videography, photography, and racing. At Dronesmith Technologies we believe that as the drone industry matures makers will help shape the future in many vital industries. Specifically, that the makers behind the development of drone applications will lead the next revolution in robotics from anywhere through IoT devices to search-and-rescue to hospitality services. As such, we strive to create dronesmiths; those who create drones and their applications to help carry us into tomorrow.
At this year’s annual Maker Faire, we will debuting our one-of-a-kind flight controller, Luci. Luci features a unique co-processing system with an Intel Edison that makes it easy for both makers and hackers alike to create and expand applications in which drones are used. We will be showcasing a live, real-time hackathon with Luci at our booth. The Dronesmith team is looking forward to sharing our passion for making with fellow makers and future dronesmiths.
People in the Las Vegas Valley maker community are often too busy working on their projects to notice that there are others in the area who are engaged in similar efforts and can lend a hand, according to members of a local hackerspace called the SYN Shop.
FAA Drone Registration Becomes Official on Dec 21, Costs $5 | Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers
FAA announces registration requirement for drones: The Las Vegas Maker Faire this coming February will mostly likely have regional drone enthusiasts…