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Caleb Kraft

Caleb Kraft

Community Editor for Make: I get ridiculously excited seeing people make things. I just want to revel in the creativity of the masses! My favorite thing in the world is sharing the hard work of a maker.

I'd always love to hear about what you're making, so send me an email any time at caleb@makermedia.com

Latest from Caleb Kraft

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We get tons of emails about cool crowdfunding projects. There’s no way we could write about all of them individually, so we thought we would collect a few to share with you. These are in no particular order and are all currently active.   Nomiku #2 The first one was... Read more »

While out on a family vacation, we stumbled upon this absolutely wonderful person. Meet Ralph Douglas Jones, an artist living in Tybee Island Georgia. ¬†Ralph has taken the happy fish as his image, and makes a ton of them, but also has many other fantastic reuses of materials sitting around... Read more »

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If you live in the San Francisco area, you are already aware of who Kron4 is. They’ll be airing an hour-long special about Maker Faire at 9pm tomorrow, Friday, August 22. If you were at the Bay Area Maker Faire, you may have seen them interviewing people and walking around... Read more »

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There are lots of reasons that someone might want a head-mounted display. Camera operators and radio-controlled vehicle enthusiasts typically like these because they keep the sun off of their screen while working¬†outdoors. Aside from those practical purposes, strapping a high-definition display to your head is just cool. Add some motion... Read more »

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I have some really fancy tools. The fanciest is probably my Lulzbot taz4, a monster of a 3D printer. When I talk with people about making cool things, many of them tend to jump right into “I wish I had a cool 3D printer so I could make stuff like... Read more »

floppies

We’ve seen these videos pop up all over the internet over the past few years. We’ve even shared a few on Make’s blog. The most prolific poster of these videos showing floppy drives playing music is youtube user MrSolidSnake745. He’s got this down to an exact process and seems to... Read more »

Back in 2010, Ottawa hosted the very first Maker Faire in Canada. Since then they’ve been growing steadily, hoping for this year to be the biggest yet. If you’re in the area, you can attend the Mini Maker Faire this weekend at the Canada Science and Technology Museum. Anyone attending... Read more »

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