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Amazon Web Services rolled out a new system today designed to simplify connecting embedded development boards to the cloud.
Not sure what to wear on Halloween? Let these super easy props and costumes inspire you to make something great.
Makerbot, one of the most recognizable names in the 3d printing industry, has had a really tough year.
Fun fact: The city of Pittsburgh has 300 steel-related businesses and 446 bridges.
A collection of clever kitchen projects, most of which can be done in the time it takes to brew a pot of coffee.
In this episode of DiResta, Jimmy replicates an antique mallet using white oak and brass.
E-commerce behemoth Amazon launched Handmade today, a platform for independent artisans to showcase and sell their handcrafted products.
Spray cans and paint brushes aren't the only ways to give your stuff a new paint job. Use a tub of water for this easy and mesmerizing trick.
Colorado is now home to four Mini Maker Faires. Two of them will be happening this weekend — don't miss out!
If your project requires stable voltage but you have an unregulated input, you'll want to use the right kind of linear voltage regulator.
This mechanical horse is made completely out of stainless steel and gracefully gallops in slow motion without a sound.
The Star Wars prequels, seen as a turning point in computer generated imaging, were more model-intensive than you might think.
We love cardboard. It's versatile and you can find it just about everywhere. Here are some awesome cardboard projects from Maker Faire.
This adorable turtle drawbot produces larger than life art that spans entire beaches.
Cameras built into the bottom of stilts let you see the world the way legendary invisible giants did.
Here are a few impressive ways that Makers are building their way to outer space right now — and so can you.
Joseph Helble, dean of the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College, talks diversity in engineering classes, and how to achieve it.
Step up the sophistication of your pumpkin carving with these readily available and handy tools.
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