In case you didn’t hear, this last weekend the Saagara Team packed into a Honda Pilot SUV (it was a pretty tight squeeze) and rolled off to New York City to take part in the New York Maker Faire. After attending an exciting opening event hosted by CNET and Red Bull (and a sweet performance by ArcAttack!), the Faire opened to the public on a beautiful Saturday morning.
The Saagara Team
We were one of 500 other “Makers” who had come to present at the Faire armed with a series of contraptions ranging from the simple and practical, to the complex and potentially life-threatening (i.e. the rocket-powered carnival rides), and everywhere in-between. Nearby our exhibition our new friends CW&T had a neat little game which required that you start a timer and stop it as close to 10.000 seconds as possible (without looking!). Across the hall another local Ann Arbor resident, Mike Flynn, was mystefying everybody in sight with his super cool magnetoscope, and those were just a couple of the exhibits housed both inside and outside the impressively large New York Science Hall.
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