What do you love to make? The Omaha community want to see it! Do Space in partnership with Metro Community College is hosting the second annual Make Omaha event on Saturday, March 14th. Do Space is looking for makers and groups working with technology to feature at Make Omaha 2020.

We are looking for technology based exhibits ranging from using technology to create (3D printers, laser cutters, sewing machines, wearable tech, etc) and making technology (robotics, engineering, apps, websites, digital artist and animator etc). Makers can be from all ages and backgrounds. The aim of Make Omaha is to entertain, inform, connect and grow this community. Bring your ideas, projects, and inspiration!

Some of last years projects included:

  • Flappy Bike, using a stationary bike to play the game Flappy Bird
  • A robot with interactive circuits created by a 6-year-old
  • Modified ride-on toy cars to help children with disabilities to provide independent mobility

Whether you created something from scratch or modified an existing item or project to make it uniquely your own, this is no cost opportunity to show off what you’ve been working on. Click here to learn more and apply to be a maker for the Make Omaha 2020.

About Author
Kimberly Hwa Davis, Community Learning Specialist
Kim is a Community Learning Specialist for the Do Space team. She leads Littles Lab and Junior Makers programs.