Joe Hudy is a 17-year-old Phoenix high school student who amazed President Obama with his Extreme Marshmallow Cannon at the White House Science Fair in February 2012 at the age of 14. Joe has been named one of the 10 smartest kids in the world, and he has just become the youngest participant in Intel Corp.'s internship program. Joe is a strong advocate of the Maker movement and he participate in Maker Faires across the globe – Joe was a keynote speaker at the first International Maker Faire in Rome last October - he will be attending Maker Faires in Shenzhen, CA, New York, Paris and again in Rome. Joe is the inventor of the 3x3x3 LED Cube Arduino Shield and the SMD LED Arduino Shield. Joe attended the SIGGRAPH conference with a group of technology students where they displayed a full body scanner that allowed the scanned image to be rendered on a 3D printer, and he just returned from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas where he was a part of the keynote presentation with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and he worked at the Intel booth. Joe’s blog, Look What Joey’s Making, reminds visitors to “Don’t be bored… Make Something!” This slogan crafted by Joe has been adopted recently by the White House to inspire various S.T.E.M. initiatives.