Test the limits of your imagination—and dive into Maker culture—by watching America's Greatest Makers.
Maker Faire Bay Area is part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new! On May 20-22, 2016 in San Mateo, CA experience a showcase of invention, innovation, creativity, resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker Movement. This event is an all-ages forum for tech enthusiasts, crafters, educators, tinkerers, food artisans, hobbyists, engineers, science clubs, authors, artists, students, and commercial exhibitors. Makers come from around the world to Maker Faire to share what they have made and to show what they have learned. Attendees come to be inspired, see the future of technology, and be a part of the Greatest Show and Tell on Earth.
A development board is a set of circuits you can program from your computer to do specific jobs. For example, the Arduino 101* board is plugged into your computer via a USB cord, and it's equipped with the Intel® Curie™ module, which has embedded sensors that make it perfect for building wearable technology.
Track how your board moves and angles, with an easy-to-build orientation visualizer.
Don't miss a beat! This project will show you how you can track your heart rate via your smartphone.
Track every step you take with this simple project with an Arduino 101* board.
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This is a brand new board, designed to help new Makers dive in. Although it's offered at an affordable price (starting at $29.99), this board has all the functionality you'll need to learn the basics of programming, electronics, and mechanics. The board features motion-sensing and low-power Bluetooth* technology, making it ideal for wearable projects.
At Intel we know the best way to learn is by doing. That's why we've created these resources to help teachers inspire and instruct new Makers of all ages.
Learn about Making and STEAM skills for the classroom with guides, project ideas, tutorials, instructions on how to set up your own Makerspace, and more. Connect with other teaching professionals through Intel® Engage, our global community with access to free professional learning, tools, and more.
A look at curricula being created by professors around the world for workshops and class projects that integrate physical computing into disparate disciplines. Subjects range from robotics to design, the Internet of Things, art, and computer science, to allow students to engage in hands-on learning and build prototypes with Intel® Galileo boards.
A solution comprised of software and hardware options that empower you to create innovative IoT projects. You'll find everything you need to get started: a development board and starter kit, Intel® XDK IoT Edition, Eclipse* and Arduino* IDEs, a set of libraries, IoT cloud analytics, and more.