Exhibitors

HacDC HacDC Logo

HacDC is proud to participate in the Robot Fest 2016!! HacDC is a community organization in Washington, D.C. devoted to collaboration in the creative use of technology. Founded in 2008 by a diverse group of engineers, artists, and hobbyists, HacDC hosts free and open activities to share knowledge, skills, and ideas. A combined meeting space and workshop is stocked with specialized tools and supplies useful for the collaborative development of technological and artistic projects.

Digital Harbor Foundation Digital Harbor Foundation Logo

A space for youth... learning!

Baltimore Hackerspace Baltimore Hackerspace Logo

Baltimore Hackerspace is a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization whose members teach each other through group and individual projects. Each of our members have their own skills but we all share one thing in common and that is our love for science and technology. We are located at 6410 Landay Ave, Baltimore, MD 21237 and online at http://baltimorehackerspace.com

Harford County Public Library Harford County Public Library

Harford County Public Library recognizes the importance of fostering STEM skills and has developed the Learn, Explore, and Play orLEAP Program, a series of fun, free, educational programs and equipment kits to promote interest and competence in these fields.  Come visit us at RobotFest for a demonstration of Super Awesome Sylvia’s WaterColorBot 2.0 and to play with Primo Cubetto, a playful wooden robot that helps young children discover computer programming!

Mark Electronics Mark Electronics

Mark Electronics Supply Inc. is pleased to exhibit at this years Robot Fest.  We will be displaying the Velleman 3D printer and some Experimental and Tool kits.  We are a full line distributor of Tools, Test Equipment, Wire and Cable, Chemicals, Fiber Optic and Datacom products, Soldering Equipment, ESD products, Parts, Connectors, Semiconductors, Audio, Video, and Computer Cables and Accessories.  We have an open show room for customers Monday thru Friday from 8a.m. to 5p.m. and we can also ship orders to businesses or residences.  Please visit our showroom or web site or give us a call if you have a question.  Please stop by our exhibit on the 25th.  We look forward to seeing everyone.

Guest Workshop by Glenn Mossy Arduino

The Arduino 101 Workshop will introduce roboticists, hackers, artists, hobbyists and makers to Arduino microcontroller programming.  Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software.  It's ideal for anyone making interactive projects. We'll cover the basics of Arduino programming, electronics parts (LEDs, buzzers, etc), breadboards, digital and analog input/output and more.  The Arduino, equipment, parts and laptop will be provided.
It will be held in the National Electronics conference room during Robotfest 2015 from 1pm to 3:30pm. This workshop age recommendation is 12 to adult. 

Due to the limitation of 10 spaces, the only way to guarantee that you will have a seat is to signup in advance via this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/robotfest-arduino-101-programming-and-electronics-tickets-16591493604 You can also send questions about the workshop to Glenn Mossy at   arduino101workshops@gmail.com

 

UMBC UAV Club UMBC UAV Club

This student organization was established for the purpose of researching, designing, constructing, and testing autonomous and remotely piloted unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). UMBC UAV club members are dedicated to applying real world applications of engineering to the construction of unmanned aerial robotics. Members will test their skills and creativity in order to compete against other UAV teams through the completion of a variety of UAV tasks.

Lauren Meyer Sound Mat

Lauren Meyer is a student at the Maryland Institute College of Art and will earn her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting with a minor in Art History and an emphasis in Sustainability and Social Practice in 2015. She currently works at the Walters Art Museum, has interned at the Princeton University Art Museum, and worked with the Maryland Historical Society. Lauren has taken on many leadership roles in Baltimore and beyond while maintaining a dedicated studio practice. Her work has been displayed and sold in Maryland and New Jersey, and was recently cited in an article by the Baltimore Sun. 

FIRST FIRST Robotics Progression of Programs

FIRST Robotics Progression of Programs.  For students aged 6-18, it’s the hardest fun you’ll ever have. For team Mentors, Coaches, and Volunteers, it’s the most rewarding adventure you’ll ever undertake. Come and learn about FIRST robotics!

Ellie Bellie Kids Ellie Bellie Kids

Ellie Bellie Kids focus is inspiring children in imaginative play. All our toys are handmade of soft materials that encourage children to use their own imagination to create their play world.

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