Technology intrinsic to every person's life progresses as seen at SoCalMakers Conventions.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 07, 2016
Today, Dr. Carol Francis interviews many techno vendors, drone racers, and CEOs of techno savvy schools at the SoCal Makers Convention held in the Los Angeles Fairplex each November. Interviews are online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dr-carol-francis/2016/11/06/techno-savvy-inventors-drone-racers-3-d-printer-creations-robot-builders. For instance, local PVNET in Rolling Hills Estates discusses their technology educational program for kids of all ages including programming classes, 3-D printer, design engineering, graphics and media training, brain technology research, virtual reality applications, robot building and competitions and so much more located in that local Rolling Hills Mall.
Products at SoCal Makers Con included MyOpenRoad application which helps individuals navigate transportation with little carbon footprint. Also featured, Ozobot teaches youth to program robots while SharkWheel.com creates unique wheels for awesome skateboarding rides. Parts for robots and drones come from vendors such as include DroneHaus, GlueSmith, NifteeCircuits.com,
Innovations involving 3-D printing or other prototype building included vendors, schools and designers such as CoKreeate.com, XYZ 3-D Printers, EarthLCD.com, and Hackerspace companies.
Educational programs for teaching programming, design engineering, robotic and drone building included PVNET.com, Odyssey of the Mind, HexLab MakerSpace, iSTEMn LAUNCH PAD, MakerSome.com, MakerSpace Network, NR Computer Learning Center, PlayWell, Robot Society of Southern California, Urban Workshop, and Vocademy.com.
Robot designers include "Sam" with his amazing Party Robot which serves cool canned drinks, music, and party photos (see MakerSam.com), and amazing humanoid robot STU who has all the micro-facials expressions of a college student created to advertise CIR or California Institute of Robotics who provides a school for adults in the fields of robotics.
Vendors also included the high school student entrepreneurs of the nonprofit WICKED SOAP Company makers (yummy smells await) from a project-based school and also included GYROSOUNDLABS with their exotic spaceship looking speaker systems.