Monday, July 28, 2014

Steinerne Bruecke Regensburg

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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Stocking up School Makerspaces

Lots of teachers have been asking us how to set up a Makerspace at their school. As part of our Back to School series, we're sharing an excerpt from the Makerspace Playbook: Schools Edition.

DIY Photogrammetry: Open Source Alternatives to 123D Catch

Autodesk’s 123D Catch is great for making 3D scans from digital photos — miraculous, really — but it’s a cloud-based freebie that comes with constraints. You can upload only a limited number of photos, and your 3D mesh will come back at a maximum resolution that may not be all […]

Robotic Coffee Pour-Overs Coming to World Maker Faire

One day in the near future there may be as many 3D printing shops as there are ink and paper printing shops. If the owners of these shops are smart they'll offer coffee and snacks so people will hang around to chat and talk shop. When they're ready I've got just the coffee maker for them: Pour Steady.

DiResta: Mounted Moose Antlers

This do it yourself proIn each episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PT), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, Trash for Cash) lets us into his workshop, to look over his shoulder while he builds whatever strikes his fancy. On this episode of DiResta, Jimmy gives an old set of moose antlers a proper mounting in his farm house in upstate New Yorkject will show you how to make a solar powered barbecue.

Solar-Powered Roasting Spit

This do it yourself project will show you how to make a solar powered barbecue.

Make Your Own USB On-The-Go (OTG) Cable

In order for your Android phone or tablet to host a USB device such as an Arduino, you need a USB On-The-Go (OTG) cable. You can buy these for a few bucks online, but if you have old USB cables around it’s more fun to make one! Filed under: Arduino, […]