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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.
In this project, I'll show you how to set up some simple infrared remote controls for effects that you can use in your haunted house this year.
Share your Halloween projects with us so that we can share them with everyone else!
The Science Channel's How It's Made takes a trip to Baccarat crystal studio to watch molten glass transform into a beautiful crystal chandelier.
Learn how to create a simple custom model for a coin or gaming token in OpenSCAD.
The Moat Boat Paddle Battle was a wild success at World Maker Faire in New York this past weekend. Teams competed for 3D printers awarded by SeeMeCNC.
The quest to solve one of the persistent barriers to citizen space exploration.
Going to Mars is humanity’s straight-up toughest engineering challenge yet. Sharpen your skills with these DIY projects, and maybe you’ll get picked for the colony.
Maker Faire San Diego is October 3rd and 4th. Don't miss out on cupcake cars, real life Battleship, and towering tall bots.
The joy of making sweeps Germany from Hannover to Berlin with this Maker Faire
Sprout by HP has a touch-sensitive 'mat' that goes beyond conventional computers and provides an experience so easy even a child can use it.
It couldn't be easier to create these cool, creepy mummy hands from masking tape.
Build this aquaponic garden to bring your veggies and your fish tank into perfectly sustainable harmony. Then use Arduino to take your set-up to the next level.
Give your board a lift by adding legs built from off-the-shelf hardware.
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