Who are you, and what do you make?
We are the Geekbus and through our programs we make Makers!
We teach programs such as 3D Printing, Robotics, Hardware Engineering, Software programming, circuitry, rockets and much more to students all over South Texas.
How did you get started making the thing that you make?
SASTEMIC has operated the Geekbus as a mobile makerspace since November 2013. We were gifted the Geekbus from Rackspace and Geekdom, and outfitted it with everything you could need for a mini, mobile, makerspace and have toured the South Texas region ever since, reaching over 20,000 students and community members.
What is your favorite part about making the thing that you make?
When students have their “ah-ha” moments in class and realize they can be makers and create amazing technology right now.
What is the most difficult part about making the thing that you make?
There are more students in San Antonio than we can see in a year, and every student should know they can be makers too.
What is the best piece of advice you have for someone who is interested in learning how to make the thing that you make?
Find something that interests you and do not feel ashamed if you get bored or find another interest; there is so much that you can do.
Why should people come to the San Antonio Mini Maker Faire?
Everyone should come to the SA Mini Maker Faire because it is great for introductory making experiences or finding new ideas.