MythBusters Jr. co-host Elijah Horland will be busting out his personal projects at this year’s Maker Faire Rochester!
Elijah is a self-taught maker, programmer, and circuit extraordinaire who has been making since he was 9.
Now 14, he is still making projects including larger-scale acoustic levitation “BigLev” scratch-built device and a high-altitude balloon with an air raising backstory. His current projects include reviews for small electronic devices and entry into Allie Weber’s “Hack-A-Pumpkin” challenge, which will be unveiled on Halloween.
Elijah will also be holding a Q&A session on our main stage this year!
If you see any Googly Eyes floating around the faire, you might want to find his booth and ask Elijah about them.
Meet 13-year-old @MythBusters Jr. co-host Elijah Horland from Brooklyn, a self-taught maker, programmer and circuit wiz who started building PCs and “Franken-Mac” computers when he was 9 years old. See him in action when #MythBustersJr premieres Jan. 2 @ 9P. #science #stem #maker pic.twitter.com/wpNNRew9VP
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