Inspiring Designs Empowering Artisans
Play Misadventure In Little Lon, the world's first AR true crime video game.
A multi-disciplinary student team who want to win the annual University Rover Challenge.
Come and see FRC competition robots in action, and learn about the FIRST Robotics program!
Monash Connected Autonomous Vehicle
a not-for-profit, student-run organisation that aims to encourage more young women to pursue STEM.
A student-led team of enthusiastic brewers at Monash University.
A rover designed to be able to help us monitor the health of our environment in remote regions.
Monash High Powered Rocketry
A pocket AI-powered art critic that helps you figure out whether things around you are art.
A student-run Materials Science and Engineering team practicing blacksmithing and metal casting.
Skilled professionals who want to increase the number of women with STEM careers.
Melbourne Combat Robotics - a local club who build and fight Antweight (150g) combat robots.
Accessible maker and science activities, including those with disabilities.
Explore the worlds of experimental audio, glitched-out video and DIY electronics.
A community of cosplayers and cosplay fans based at Monash University.
Combining the dream of building an Arcade Machine with the power of a 80 watt Laser cutter.
A custom built hydroponics enclosure, designed to hold 2 x 50 litre growing containers.
Connected Community HackerSpace is showcasing a number of their projects, including SauceBot!
Makers who create and build assistive technology, for those with a disability.
A range of laster cutting and 3D printing projects from students and staff at Wellington SC.
The Australian R2 Builders is a group of builders who create replica robots from Star Wars.
A student-led team with the objective to design and build a fully-faired human powered vehicle.
A co-op adventure video game about your and your friends running an enchanted tavern.
An exhibit of STEM projects and activities from students at South Oakleigh College.
Ariella, a 4th generation Master Tailor, will be demonstrating her traditional tailoring techniques.
Explore the world of piano recycling, and learn how pianos can be repurposed into a range of things.
Explore the tools and techniques of future work, such as VR, 3D Printing, and wearable electronics.
Become a member of a special forces team as you infiltrate a deadly lunar base in this VR game.
Learn what is possible in the realm of 3D printing, drones, and other wacky and wonderful ideas.
Learn how to code, make, and create with the Melbourne Raspberry Pi Hackers Group.
Explore the world of flower arrangement, and learn how to create your own.
Created by Year 8 Brentwood SC student Hunter, come and play the game & learn how to make your own.
Children from CoderDojo Altona North will be sharing their work with the Maker community.
Jen makes and teaches paper craft using Stampin' Up!® products.
Take a trip out into the solar system in VR< and get up close to planets, stars, and black holes.
Learn how AI can be used to solve real world problems at this exhibit.
Learn how a surgeon applies the skills from her career to leather working!
See how Precious Plastic Monash repurpose plastic into creative products with their machine.
Swing by the Bad Goat Studios booth to play Henry Mosse and the Wormhole Conspiracy.
The Melbourne Society of Model and Experimental Engineers will be sharing their amazing inventions!
Step into the shoes of an astronaut and experience outer space in this VR experience.
Operate and reverse engineer science equipment in this hands-on laboratory experience!
Come and see the student made smart kitchen app that can save time, money, and reduce wastage.
Come and see creative contraptions at the Micro-controllers exhibit by the Melbourne PC User Group.
Learn how old clothes can be transformed into new ones at the Re-Sews exhibit!
Explore the Museum of Past Consumption, an escape room created by Industrial Design students.
Put yourself to the test with this secondary-student made Polygraph device!
Learn about the STEM technology used by Monash Tech School to engage students with special needs.
Create a tag for your dog at Lasers for Labradors, a laser cutting workshop at Monash Tech School.
Discover the world of Arduino applications and products.
Learn how to build SolarBuddy solar lights, and learn about the children they help.
Learn about The Lab, a computer club for young people with high functioning autism.
Created by MonashEdu, explore the HMB Endeavour in Minecraft!
Come and learn about the importance of local plant knowledge from Cassie Leatham!