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Start the playlist: Today MAKE editor-in-chief Mark Frauenfelder would like to introduce you to some of his favorite makers, and the projects they've brought to Maker Faire. If you don't know about Maker Faire, it's a festive two-day exhibition of DIY invention and creativity held annually in several locations around the United States. Mark selected these videos from our Maker Faire channel to give you an idea of the amazing energy and enthusiasm you'll experience at Maker Faire. Some of his favorite Maker Faire Makers: Charles Guan's motorized and treaded skateboard, which allows him to glide across grass-covered surfaces with ease. Joe and John DiPrima's Arc Attack, a performance group that creates electrifying melodies by controlling the frequency on a giant Tesla coil. Bob Schneeveis and Grant Grundler's Solar Electric Robot Chariot, which is pulled by a skateboarding robot. Ryan Doyle's Gon KiRin, a 69-foot steel and found-object, fire-breathing dragon. Jordan Jin Stone's illuminated, sound-contolled, Rainbow Shutter-Shades. Ayah Bdeir's littleBits, a system of electronic parts for play and prototyping. MakerBot's 3D printed turtle shell RC race cars Lindsay Lawlor's life-size robot giraffe with colored spots. Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories' giant reproduction of a 1965 digital binary computer kit called the Digi Comp. Nemo Gould's Homunculus - a garbage robot fashioned ...