CWRU and think[box] make splash at Cleveland Mini Maker Faire

Case Western Reserve University and think[box] joined the Northeast Ohio maker community over the weekend at the Cleveland Mini Maker Faire.
The event, held March 29 at the Cleveland Public Library, featured a variety of exhibits designed to celebrate and showcase innovation, invention and creativity.
A group of Case Western Reserve students and think[box] teaching assistants including Jevon Montague and Danna Torrio helped attendees learn to solder. They used “learn to solder” kits designed by Dan Dichek and Ray Krajci to lead attendees through assembling light-up “muscle meters” that sense electrical activity. Attendees could then strap the meters they made to their arms so they would light up as they moved. The illuminating activity had attendees lining up to participate.
Another Case Western Reserve group including Dan Tan and Nathan Makowski displayed full-body EMG light suits at the faire. 

Inspired to make something yourself? Check out think[box] and get making!