UPDATE - 9/2/16:
We had a GREAT time at the NH Maker Faire last weekend. The timing of the SEE Exhibit project and the NH Faire aligned, and we brought the entire exhibit to Henry Law part to test it out with the kids.
Ryan assisted all day, shown above manning the launcher, and it went very well. We went through well over 150 templates, including about 60 foam noses between 10 and 4. We had a couple visitors all the way from Lake George NY, Parker and his son Parker (who really loves rockets) were interested to see and try out our rockets in person.
My Wife Tanya, daughter Lauren and her friend ran the 3D printed make your own jewelry booth, which was a big hit. My son Sean had his 130+ MPH marshmallow gun and his paper airplane launcher for people to try. The marshmallow gun does not like the warm weather, and the air pressure kept inverting the marshmallow inside the barrel, making for a gooey mess.
It was a fun day, and we will likely be back again next year.
UPDATE - 8/18/16:
Several NH Makers had some fun demonstrating our upcoming NH Maker Faire exhibits at NH1 News on Tuesday morning. Here is the link to the video posted by NH1:
Hope to see you there!
Original Post - 8/8/16:
My family and I will be attending and demonstrating the compressed air rocket launcher at the 4th annual NH Mini Maker Faire. Come by, build & launch a rocket as may times as you like, and take it home. The Faire is this August 27th from 10 AM to 4 PM. We'll be in Henry Law Park behind the museum again this year. You never know who will be there:
More info about the faire here:
Hope to see you there! Get out and launch something!