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.

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Game of Drones co-founders Marque and Eli.

Game of Drones co-founders Marque and Eli will be presenting drone combat and related aerial sports at World Maker Faire in New York. Read more »

Print your Gameboy case in whatever color you like.Photo by Noe Ruiz CC BY-SA 3.0.

When the Nintendo Gameboy was first released in 1989, it was a tremendous commercial success. Gameboy developed a following among gamers that is in many ways still alive to this day. Here are 10 awesome projects inspired by the venerable Gameboy. Some merge the latest maker electronics with late-80s Gameboy... Read more »

Graphic artist, illustrator and web designer,  Brian Harris created this nearly 5 inch high model of Spike, a baby dragon who moved to Ponyville and is friend and  assistant to one of the ponies, Twilight Sparkle.

Hasbro opens up its My Little Ponies brand to 3D artists with the creation of the SuperFanArt website. Artists can register to sell their own versions of MLP characters at their Shapeways shops. Eventually other Hasbro brands will be available for creative fans to tinker with. Read more »

glass-feat

13 year old Clay Haight made his own wearable smart glasses, inspired by Google Glass and the pages of Make: magazine. Read more »

Programmable LED shades from macetech.

You can buy the new LED Matrix Shades from macetech on their online store. Or build the original version, now available as an open source design. Read more »

10-wearables

Becky Stern, director of wearable electronics at Adafruit Industries, shares ten fabulous and fashionable projects you can try yourself. Read more »

Change out PopPet's face plate and give her a new personality.

PopPet is a cute robot kit with changeable face plates so you can customize her the way you want. The kit is available through Kickstarter now. Read more »

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