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Small mention in Silicon Republic – Curious creators to take over Science Gallery for Dublin’s Mini Maker Faire

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Clever crafts, inventive gadgets, homemade products and unusual works of art will be on display in the Science Gallery this weekend as the Dublin Mini Maker Faire showcases the work of tech enthusiasts, crafters, artists, hobbyists, science clubs and students to more than 5,000 visitors.

Works to be exhibited include a giant tape deck by art collective A4 Sounds, an open-source home automation system from the Bedroom Laboratory, and a pair of wireless force-sensitive Irish dancing shoes created by David McKeown and Mick Donegan.

Full article by Elaine Burke here.

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