We’re coming to Make: Day!
The Science Museum of Minnesota is hosting a Make: event again this year.Â It’s family-friendly and “features arts, electronics, musical performances, green technology, crafting and more!”
It’s from noon to 5 PM on Sunday, June 20th, 2010.Â This is Father’s Day in the US, so dads get in free!Â Admission includes access to all the regular exhibit galleries.
We’re bringing the Tactile Metronome-on-a-Drum that we debuted at Maker Faire 2010.Â We’re also going to bring some handheld Arduino gadgets and toys.
The Science Museum of Minnesota has this to say about Wayne and Layne:
“Described as a “Metronome with an attitude,” the Tactile Metronome is a tap-controlled device that allows users to customize their own beat patterns by tapping them out and then adjusting the speed. The metronome will be hooked up to a drum so you’ll be able to hear your own unique rhythms in action. Wayne and Layne, LLC designs open source hardware kits that invite customers to try out their own modifications. The company was founded by Adam Wolf and Matthew Beckler, two computer engineering graduates of the University of Minnesota.”