Winners of Maker Faire Shenzhen 2019’s Blue Ribbons

Maker Faire Shenzhen 2019 has finally concluded! We would like to thank each and every one of you for coming and we’re sure you guys had lots of fun! See you guys next year!


2017’s Blue Ribbons


Oh, the blue ribbons! The ones that are presented to the makers of merit! No worries about that, we would never for! This year, we have invited 7 esteemed guests to form the judging panel for the Blue Ribbons. 


Caleb Kraft, Senior Editor Make: Magazine

Carrie Leung & James Simpson, Founders of SteamHead 

Lingyu Yue, Lesson Developer and Teacher Trainer of MG Space

Eric Pan, Founder of Seeed Studio and Chaihuo Maker Space

Rain Ye & Violet Su, representatives from the MFSZ19 event management committee


After careful consideration and thoughtful deliberation, the panel has selected a total of 36 blue ribbon winners!

The number on the ribbon indicates the number of votes

In conjunction with the theme “Sustainability”, we have decided to present digital Blue Ribbons to the winners instead of physical ones. Winners will be receiving them via email soon!

Quilt Makey 

by Diane Hamilton

During Maker Faire Shenzhen 2017, Diane Hamilton, a maker from Australia, held a workshop during the event which allowed her to collect 550 pieces of cloth designed by people from all around the world. When she returned to Australia, Diane used nearly 2 years of time to put them together into a large Makey quilt art piece and brought this creation by the international maker community back to Maker Faire Shenzhen 2019. This art piece was created in Maker Faire Shenzhen 2017, and now it has come full circle, back to where it was created. Its meaningful return brought back many cherished memories and touched all our hearts.


MG Car Making & Racing

by MG Space


Open Cat 

by Petoi LLC


Robot Band

by Tetsuji Katsuda


Dancing Robots

by Korean Robot Community in Dongguan


Flamethrower Hat

by Jeffrey Gough


 Electronic Skateboard

By Jinghao Zhang


Fairyland Playscape: “Fish & Cat” Art Installation




AI/IoT Solution

By Blink Group


New Recyclable and Bio-degradable material: Bio·Mer

by Chanatinat


Cardboard T-Rex 

by EPC Consulting


Tuk Tuk Cinema 

by K.M.Lo



by Ji Sun Lee


 Robot Combat

by Huaxinjing Technology


 Large table tennis LED display screen 

by Yan Chai Hospital Lan Chi Pat Memorial Secondary School


 3D Print Robot School:A robot which can greet you when you get close

by Kimsunghyun


Open Paramaze (A Biotic Game Project) 

by Open FIESTA Biohacking Team


IoT Smart Agriculture Solution SenseCAP 

by Seeed


Chinese language learning software game:萌神 

by Geek中文学会Shiho Nakano



By Takuya Ichise     



by Yosuke Hori


Glowing necklace: ikkei 

by Kazuhiro Yamanishi


Afterimage:A glowing project made with micro:bit



 LED accessories CherryChain 

by Sayako Hamada


Kids’ Project 

by Shenzhen American International School


All sorts of LED  products

By Huacaiwei Technology


Sportmicro Robotic Dog 

by Yang Li


 M5StickC and other products

byM5 Stack


RAGLINK – Amateur Train Driving Simulator

by Southwest Jiaotong University Maker Team


 AR Catcher

by Bin Zhong


Desktop CNC Engraving machine

by Maker Times


Miniature Tools 

by Katsuyuki Toda


Coin Identification Machine

by dCO Team-Jihyun 


 Moving Gunpla

by Jihyun


Mini Arrow-shooting Robot 

by Sun Advance


For those that did not win the Blue Ribbon, do not be discouraged, for there is still another chance next year. See you next year for Maker Faire Shenzhen 2020!


If you missed our event, you can scan the QR Code below to view the photos taken at our event!




2012年,中国创客文化的播种探索先行者柴火创客空间,将Maker Faire Shenzhen落户深圳,搭建中外科技交流展示的平台;




2019年,第八届活动升级为大湾区国际创客峰会/Maker Faire Shenzhen 2019,聚焦打造科技成果转化与产业创新对接平台。






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