The third Pittsburgh Mini-Maker Faire was held in September here at the Museum, presented with HackPGH. As always, it was a lot of fun. I spent most of my time in MAKESHOP drawing with robots and teaching people how to solder. But I did get a chance to see all of the fun inventions and ideas that the makers were presenting.
There was a really neat frisbee throwing robot that always had willing participants to catch it’s projectiles.
There were plenty of makers everywhere on hand demonstrating, teaching, explaining…and most of all, having fun. This truly a day where everyone gets to be a kid. Everyone has a chance to test their capabilities and learn something new. I never know who has the most fun at the Pittsburgh Mini Maker Faire, the kids or the adults.