Exhibitors

UNALLOCATED SPACE Unallocated Space

Don't forget to visit us! We will be more than happy to tell you about the exciting things we do! The Unallocated Space will have a variety of friendly demonstrations and FREE projects for all ages! We will also be raffling an exciting kid friendly Electronic Project Kit for $1 donation per ticket. All proceeds will be split with the National Electronics Museum and Unallocated Space. De

Demonstrations and Free projects for all ages!

Art Institute of Washington Art Institute of Washington

t The Art Institutes system of schools, we believe creativity is more than just a word. It’s a passport to a life less ordinary. It’s what drives us to foster and facilitate an inspiring community of creativity. One that's full of the guidance, technology, and instruction you need to bring your ideas to life in new and exciting ways.

See the "DC DEMOBOTS" from the Art Institute of Washington created in their "Intro to Animatronics" class. Visual Effects Prof. Stefan Prosky will have a couple of his sound/music toys and simple art robots to try out. Sooo come by and play with our ART!

Sally Byers Sally Byers

Sally Byers sewed her first dress at age ten, and never stopped sewing. A few years ago an afternoon workshop with Lynne Bruning on e-textiles added a new and exciting dimension to clothes, and she has been lighting up clothing and hats, both handmade and salvaged, ever since.

In this workshop, participants will be learn how to light up an LED using conductive thread instead of wire for the circuit. They will sew a simple circuit (shape of their choice) with a battery at one end and an LED somewhere in it, and use sticky tape to fasten the battery to the conductive leads. Troubleshooting supplied if the LED doesn't light up; everyone who wants to light up an LED should be able to do so before they leave. Please Note: Participants need to be able to thread a needle and sew a simple line, or have someone with them who can do so. Experience more of Sally Byers at www.threadwitch.com/.

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