HOUSTON – Techs, crafters, robot enthusiasts and scientists will be sharing their knowledge at the sixth annual Houston Maker Faire. The family-friendly event combines a smorgasbord of education, technology, science, math, art and space all under one roof.
For LEGO fans, a local LEGO bricks group will demonstrate how to build more advanced projects.
For those who love puzzles, Puzzometry, a local Houston startup, will be showcasing laser-cut acrylic puzzles.
Region 4, an education service center that helps improve student performance, will host live hands-on activities to observe how "stuff" works and how to invent new or better products. They will also show how to make a mini-movie.
Other activities to explore include:
- 3D printing
- Flying and aeronautics
The Houston Market Faire will be inside the George R. Brown Convention Center on Saturday and Sunday.