Drones, rockets, and other cool homemade gadgets were on display at the Tulsa Fairground's Expo Square today.
Tulsa's Mini Maker Faire gives makers the chance to show off their hobbies, experiments, and projects.
More than 3,000 people came out to this year's faire.
Nathan Prichett is the Executive Director of Fab Lab Tulsa. They are the group hosting today's event.
Prichett said it's a lot like show and tell in Kindergarten.
"We bring our favorite things to school to share with our friends, this is exactly like that" Said Prichett.
If you'd like to participate in next year's event a call for makers will go out in May.
Check out their website for more info.