Frankly, the Maker Faire is a bit overwhelming,with 900 or so exhibitors/Makers, sponsor booths and hand-on engineering tents. Given enough time, I might have attended the Learn to Solder training and skipped sauerkraut making. Instead, I frequented the Exploratorium, Scrap, RAFT and ... well tons of other exhibits, too numerous to list or even remember! I turned batteries and LEDS into lit up jewelry, and made beautiful music by playing the electronic banana keyboard (with Real Bananas)! The South San Francisco Patch site has a few more photos, and I'll be adding more in the next few days.
My daughter liked climbing into the belly of the fire breathing dragon sculpture, but after a turn through the SteamPunk area, I found this lovely Dandelion Sculpture
This is a working solar powered timepiece. There's a large solar panel on the ground below the clock (just out of the picture). Comprised of a series of frames, wheels, chains and sprockets, this timepiece is nothing if not unique.
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