Amidst the chaos of 3D printers, hairdryers drying handmade paper, flashing lights and flying objects at London’s first Maker Faire last weekend, the HowDo stand was a hive of people making HowDos.
The results are an awesome window into the buzz and enthusiasm that makes up a Maker Faire.
We had wonderfully inspiring neighbours including Alyssa and Tom who’d built a raspberry pi-powered pollution monitor picked up by Wired UK this week. Emma Rose gave a talk about whether HowDo is the Twitter of Instructables and lots of you stopped by to capture micro guides of your doings. Here’s a few of them, the rest you can find in the Maker and DIY Collection in your app.
And lastly Ross even made a HowDo helmet for handsfree HowDo-ing. The only problem is getting Siri to take the pictures at the right time! Have you ever dreamt up a crazy device? We’d love to see them, and maybe the next Maker Faire is a great place to show them off!