Step 1 of 4: Exhibit, Presentation, or Performance Details
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- Commercial Makers are responsible for their own business transactions - whether it be via cash, credit card, barter, or some other means. There is a fee to sell or promote at Maker Faire as a Commercial Maker. The fee will be invoiced in advance and payable prior to receiving your Maker credentials.
- After completing this form, we will follow up with information about participating as a startup sponsor.
- After completing this form, we will follow up with information about participating as a sponsor.
If your presentation can be edited to length, select all the options that could apply.
Describe the number of times you are offering to do your workshop or demo at Maker Faire. If one time, how long is it? If more than once, do you expect to share the space with other workshops / demos or would you like to have sessions all-day in your own area? Please describe.
For the Maker Faire team, explain what your project/presentation is and describe what you will actually be bringing to Maker Faire. This information will not be made public. Be as descriptive as possible.
Response limited to 250 characters or less. This information will be made public.
File must be at least 500px wide or larger. Select your best photo. This photo will appear publicly with your short description above.
Please copy and paste the full link below. Example: http://www.mygreatproject.com/.
Please copy and paste the full link below. Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RD_JpGgUFQQ.
Any URLs to specific websites or images or videos are helpful.
Including food in your exhibit may require a Health Permit and associated fee. Details will be emailed to you after acceptance.
Hands-on activities are encouraged at Maker Faire! If your exhibit is not hands-on, please reconsider what you could do to engage and inspire attendees.
To ensure you have adequate power onsite, it's essential we know in advance the specific amount you need.
To find the total amperage you require, find the amperage listed on the back of each piece of equipment you plan to use onsite. Then, add up the amps and round up to the closest amperage below.
- - All options below are for a 120v circuit (normal US house circuit.)
- - If you require a 208V or 240v circuit, select "Special power requirements" and explain your power needs in the comment box provided.
- - Average amperage for common Maker Faire items: Laptop ~2A, Sewing Machine ~0.6A, Lights ~0.3A-2A, 3D Printer ~10A, Arduino ~0.1A. Please check your equipment, and don’t guess; Thank you in advance.
Please select the requested power from the list below. You can state your specific power request in the Special Requests section if none of the choices are suitable for your exhibit.
If your exhibit uses radio frequencies, please provide details about your RF use, frequencies, etc.