- HOME AUTOMATION
- YOUNG MAKERS (< 18)
- FASHION & WEARABLES
- INTERNET OF THINGS
- KIDS & EDUCATION
- OPEN SOURCE
- RECYCLING & UPCYCLING
- ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
- MUSIC & SOUND
- ARTISANS & NEW CRAFT
- 3D PRINTING
- FOOD & AGRICULTURE
- WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE
- 3D SCANNING
- CULTURAL HERITAGE
- STEAM PUNK
We travel around the world competing on various robotics, programming, informatics and physics competitions. So far we've participated on numerous international local competitions and events, including: Maker Faires, Hackathons, RoboCup competitions, Science picnics...
Our work is mainly based on creative use of electronics and robotics, especially microcontrollers and computers (like Arduino and Raspberry Pi).
We also combine skills required to build complex circuits with PCB designing skills and 3D printing.
We'll come to Maker Faire Rome to share our work with other technology enthusiasts alike.
Some of our projects that we'd like to bring to Rome:
- homemade portable game consoles
- homemade TV game consoles
- Arduino and Raspberry Pi robots
- microcontroller-based sound synthesizers
- series of DIY smartwatch projects based on Arduino
- homemade, hand soldered Arduino music players
- wireless comunication modules
- DIY bluetooth controllable hexapod robots
And much more
Our exhibits include lots of interactivity, which is really important on Maker Faires and shows alike. On our stand, visitors could play a round of homemade multiplayer Tetris with their friends on DIY game consoles, try out a homemade smartwatch or music player, control a hexapod with a smartphone, or try synthesizing some music on a homemade sound synthesizer.
Circuitmess is actually a group of projects, and you can read more about it on: circuitmess.com (currently down because of editing), crobotix.com and facebook.com/crobotix.
Support and share our latest project, a DIY gaming gadget designed to teach you STEM in and easy and fun way: http://www.makerbuino.com/
Albert GajÅ¡ak, Emil GajÅ¡ak, Zoran GajÅ¡ak
Albert's and Emil's father, Zoran GajÅ¡ak, is also listed. He helps a lot, gives money for electronic components and sometimes shows a few tricks, since he is a mechanical engineer and a teacher in a secondary school in Croatia.