Andrew Terranova

Andrew Terranova

Andrew Terranova is an electrical engineer, writer and an electronics and robotics hobbyist. He is an active member of the Let's Make Robots community, and handles public relations for the site. Andrew has created and curated robotics exhibits for the Children's Museum of Somerset County, NJ and taught robotics classes for the Kaleidoscope Learning Center in Blairstown, NJ and for a public primary school. Andrew is always looking for ways to engage makers and educators.

Latest from Andrew Terranova

Qualcomm's Snapdragon DragonBoard 410c development board.

DragonBoard 410c Returns to Maker Faire Last year at Maker Faire Qualcomm® upped its game in an effort to attract Makers and other developers to their DragonBoard™ 410c development board. This year the chip manufacturing giant returns to Maker Faire Bay Area with demos of custom apps, games, and robots... Read more »

This Ferris wheel card show's off Lovepop's amazing attention to detail.

Lovepop applies naval architecture to make amazing pop-up cards, and show high school kids how to think like an engineering entrepreneur. Read more »


Mike Craughwell (aka Michaelcthulhu) makes awesome giant swords for a living. If you've ever wanted a ridiculous large sword, he's your man. Read more »

Over 250 libraries, schools, makerspaces and A.C. Moore craft stores all hosted activities for NJ Maker’s Day 2016. (Photo credit Kelly Durkin.)

An estimated 25,000 people attended New Jersey Makers Day at over 250 libraries, schools, museums, makerspaces, and A.C. Moore locations. Read more »

The NJ Makers Day team at the Piscataway Public Library.

New Jersey Makers Day returns this year bigger and better, with two days of fun projects and activities at locations all over the state. Read more »

Jaimie and his daughter traveling between their islands.

What would you make if you had your own island? Here’s how Jaimie Mantzel makes life work on his island. Read more »

Source: Screen capture from Allen Pan's YouTube channel, Sufficiently Advanced.

Allen Pan has created the closest thing to a real lightsaber that we've seen to date. Read more »