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Step up the sophistication of your pumpkin carving with these readily available and handy tools.
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With a few household items, you can build a firenado that will put smaller fires and tornadoes to shame.
The Centennial Challenges program is one of NASA’s shining stars, and frequently has incubated the cash-winning contestants into government-contracted entrepreneurs such as the winners of the Astronaut Glove, Lunar Lander, and Power Beami...
World Maker Faire isn't just about sculpture and robots and art and fire — it's also about the people whose lives are changed from attending.
Maker Faire Milwaukee was a huge success with robots and fun galore.
It may seem that Maker Faire is just a jumble of awesome projects. Actually, these things are placed very intentionally and with great care.
Donald Bell reports on his time spent at the first-ever Berlin Maker Faire, and recounts some of his favorite projects.
Maker Camp is back with 10 more weeks of great making, exploring, sharing, and learning. Head over to makercamp.com to get started today!
Up your shop storage game with these ingenious racks and holders.
Using junk to build animatronic bots is whimsical and amusing. These cobbled-together bots are just filled with personality.
Grab your drone and some Halloween decorations and have yourself a spooky time flying around the neighborhood.
Not all big art is physically large. Sometimes small things can produce an environment that escapes the physical confines of the display.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich launches a build-off reality show for Makers.
By waving a special paintbrush in front of this wall of lights, you're painting light onto its surface. 2,500 little lights shift colors as artists brush them on.
With nearly 200 maker exhibits, Day 1 of Maker Faire Atlanta 2015 was full of hands-on learning and LOTS of fun.
Create this very creepy DeepDream costume with little more than makeup and some taxidermy eyeballs.
The Lumiphonic Creature Choir is an odd and fun experience. The heads are programmed to respond to a keyboard.
A fan of the iconic Star Wars holochess game builds his own table and sculpts his own monstrous playing pieces.
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