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“Maker Camp opened my eyes to new ways of creating. It gives me new ideas on what I can become in the future.”
A battery-powered camping light cobbled together from empty jars and an LED strip light.
There’s something so satisfying about a cardboard box.
Euclid is a plug-and-play PC that's the size of a candy bar and instantly adds sensors, communications, and computing to your robot.
A makerspace is just a space without makers, so the right staff will need to know their way around the equipment and the community.
Josh Short is taking his Bomb Shelter Radio on the road, creating and broadcasting soundscapes across America.
Everything you always wanted to know about nuts, bolts, and other fasteners but were afraid to ask.
The BITalino is great for biohacking — hook up the sensors and play Classic Pong with a swing of your wrist.
A team of researchers were able to unlock and start the ignition of Volkswagen cars with just $40 of electronic components.
In the height of summer, a swimming pool is at the top of many a wish list. Would you ever consider building one from... cardboard?
Damon McMillan built a robotic boat. Not just any robotic boat. This one is sailing across the world's oceans. And it's just simple and elegant enough to work.
DJ was unhappy with the quality of components he ordered, so he decided to design and make components himself for his company EZ-Robot.
Here are a few more storage ideas to keep your shop re-org juices flowing.
This past week we learned about some trendy Maker fashion, saw a sculpting tutorial featuring Beyoncé, and more.
When she's not refereeing roller derby or caring for her pet pigs, Blue Martin can be found whizzing around a racetrack in a tiny electric waffle.
Make: intern Lisa Martin fell down a rabbit hole of interesting glove crafting videos — and thankfully survived to regale us with her adventures.
Emily Coker knows her way around nearly every part of the workshop. She gets crafty, builds robots, and has been known to write books, too.
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