What we're about
We've presented at Maker Faire since 2013. Our group presents many member projects involving anything from homemade handiworks, big robots, small robots, to DIY electronics to interactive workshops, and our group and audience range from 8-years-old to retired adults.
In 2017 our 20'x20' space was a perfect showcase for ... our Dr. Who Pinball machine, and a Marble Run, a Pineboard Sound Board, Interactive multiple stages of dancing robots, a year-long project in printing 2/3 of InMoov, an Arduino / RaspberryPi-driven android, and a Van der Waal Ball that was shocking. This year, we hope to add music, even more lights, a double humanoid (2 InMoovs!) comedy show, more dancing robots, and another interactive workshop.
Are you an engineer involved in home brew electronics, computer programming or mechanical engineering? A do-it-yourself enthusiast who regularly attends yearly Maker Faires? Do you share an interest for discussing future technology? Or are you a creative artist who actively trends Instructables, Make, and Hackaday?
Then join Cupertinker Space - Cupertino's first Hacker, Artist and Maker Community since 2013! The purpose of this group is to create a haven in Cupertino, arguably one of the most innovative and inventive cities in the Bay Area, for a home brew hacker and maker community . Largely inspired by the original 1970's Home Brew Computer Club, Cupertinker Space is an independent group started in 2013 that is looking for individuals of any age with an interest in electronics, computer science, interactive art,technology, and STEAM.
Note: Cupertino's Hackerspace Community welcomes all makers and hacker enthusiasts from any neighboring cities!