Organisers of the Brighton Maker Faire have had a record-breaking maker response for this year’s event, which will take place on Saturday, September 6, at the Corn Exchange in Brighton.
Co-organiser Andrew Sleigh said: “The team will be hosting their fourth Brighton Maker Faire in 2014, praised as one of the most interactive, innovative, educational and fun family-friendly events of the year with activities for all ages.
“The Brighton Mini Maker Faire forms part of the global Maker Faire phenomena whose mission it is to entertain, inform, connect and inspire; celebrating the Maker Movement. Radio-controlled full combat robot mayhem, remote-controlled underwater robots, a walking skeleton, DIY portable sound systems, 3D chocolate printing, live-action Pac Man, toy hacking and a homemade electric car are just some of the highlights in store for visitors to the 2014 Brighton Maker Faire.”
Andrew added: “We’ll be showcasing projects that inspire creativity and innovation, encouraging everyone to get their hands dirty, and the event will be buzzing with energy again.”
Tickets and information can be found at www.makerfairebrighton.com.