Ron Czarnik has been programming, making music, building things and taking them apart for most of his life. He discovered Arduino microcontrollers at Maker Faire a few years back and since that time he has produced an evolving multitude of unique electronic musical instruments. His work, twice featured on Instructables.com, incorporates many disciplines including decoupage/collage, recycled art, painting, electronics, woodworking, animatronics, music theory, sound synthesis and interface design.
If you’re interested in learning more about Arduino and how you can use it to make your own instruments, this is the exhibit for you!
Come have some Fun in the Sun at Maker Faire Orlando with the Florida Solar Energy Center! As a featured Educators’ Pick, we think this exhibit will give educators, students, and makers the opportunity to learn something new as well as get some great project inspiration.
You will be able to observe the power of the sun to cook food using parabolic, panel, and box cookers. You can also use photovoltaics to power electric devices and observe how hydrogen fuel cells work to produce electricity and power vehicles.
We are thrilled that the DeltaMaker team has once again decided to return to Maker Faire Orlando this year as an event sponsor. The folks at DeltaMaker are great friends to the maker community and always welcome the opportunity to teach others what 3D printing is all about.