Maker Faire returns to Central Florida Fairgrounds next weekend

Friday, November 5, 2021

Through Matthieu Moyer on Fri Nov 5, 2021 To 10:48 a.m.

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  • Photo courtesy of Maker Faire / Facebook

Maker Faire Orlando
returns to action later this month, with a full spectrum of Orlando-area creativity and ingenuity taking over the Central Florida Exhibition Center.

Dubbed the “greatest show (and storytelling) on ​​Earth,” this year’s fair brings together over 200 “exhibits, competitions, workshops” – including synths affiliated with Circuit Church Modular Vacuum – and the obligatory much more. This state of DIY symposium includes plenty of abilities to get your hands dirty metaphorically, interacting with the various tech and gadgets on display.

Browse the full list of manufacturers at Maker Faire website.

Maker Faire takes place on the weekend of November 13-14 at the fairgrounds. Day and weekend passes are currently available online through Maker Faire’s website.

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