Workshops at Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire 2016

For the first time at the Albuquerque Mini Maker Faire, workshops will be available in 2016! 505access is involved in both: “Lighten Up!: Using Light in Designs” and “Affordable, Custom Do-It-Yourself Assistive Technologies (AT)“.

Lighten Up!: Using Light in Designs“: Using e-textiles to explore and understand designs of electronic circuits. We will use light emitting diodes (LED), conductive thread and batteries to enhance designs for a bookmark that’s bright enough to read by! Also, we’ll show you how you can LIGHTEN UP your own barrettes, bracelets, sweaters, hats … just about anything! Lead by: Aaron Jawson, Alice Shriver, and Students from Digital Arts and Technology Academy, an Albuquerque charter high school When: Saturday 12:30 -2:30 and Sunday 11:30 to 1:30, $15 Fee includes Maker Faire Day-Pass & Material Fees.

Affordable, Custom Do-It-Yourself Assistive Technologies (AT)“: Learn how to make your own custom assistive technologies including sturdy stylus; easy-grip for eating utensils, writing instruments and stylus; Adjustable Tablet Stand; and Privacy Screen. We’ll share local and online sources for inexpensive materials, as well as sources for instructions to make other DIY AT. Lead by: Alice Shriver, Patrick Shriver, Miles Tokunow, Mario Griego and Allie Burnquist When: Saturday 2:30 – 4:30 and Sunday 3:30 – 5:30, $10 Fee includes Maker Faire Day-Pass.

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