There was a small parking lot full of crazy bicycles. This couch-cycle looked much more comfortable than the bicycle seats I remember having on my bikes.
This marble run was made from cardboard tubing. This looks like a great use for all of those paper towel and toilet paper cores that you're not sure what to do with but yell through them.
The Google booth was showing off their Google Cardboard Virtual Reality goggle thingies. We checked out a Jurassic Park style one with dinosaurs and an Amusement Park one with roller coasters. Basically, you can pan around a virtual 360 world and look around. Pretty cool stuff.
Georgia Tech students were showing off their Solar Powered Racer. They said this one maxes out at 55 mph, but the best cruising speed is about 25-35 mph.
I finally got to meet the Geekspace Gwinnett folks at their booth. They meet regularly within a few miles of my house, so I'm going to have to go check out their maker space. I understand that their X-Carve is larger than the 1000mm version that I have. Wow! Evelyn enjoyed shooting their adjustable catapults that help kids learn about physics.
Carmichaels are suckers for musical instruments. We had to have a turn at the thumb drums in the Geekspace Gwinnett booth. They were very cool and sounded great. I've added this to my project To Do list.
This giant robot was on display at the Geekspace Gwinnett booth as well. I wonder what goes into making a big robot like this. It looks really cool and heavy, but I see shoes there, so you must be able to wear it. Rad!
There was a giant Wolf puppet in one booth. This is just the head. It's legs were next to it. Pretty cool and creepy at the same time. I didn't catch what the booth was though.