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Jeremy Cook

Jeremy Cook

Jeremy is an engineer with 10 years experience at his full-time profession, and has a BSME from Clemson University. Outside of work he’s an avid maker and experimenter, building anything that comes into his mind!

Latest from Jeremy Cook

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Looking for a great last-minute Halloween costume for you or your kids? If you just happen to have a strip of LEDs available, attaching them to a black hoodie and pants in a stick figure configuration as “Visual Burrito” did might be an option. He originally constructed one of these... Read more »

Rana, which is Italian for “frog,” is really an interesting six-legged robot design. The locomotion, which according to their writeup, has never been used before and combines the walking methods of an ant and a frog. This kind of locomotion, as opposed to three-servo based ‘bots that simply rock back... Read more »

ST3P 3D, “a tight-knit team of Product/Industrial Design Engineers located in Glasgow, Scotland,” recently fielded a request to 3D print a horse’s head. Unlike, I would assume, most 3D printed horse heads this one, a 1 to 1 replica of a Ban Josip Jelačić statue, is nearly life-sized. Or, technically speaking,... Read more »

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This printing robot allows one to print on the floor using an iRobot Create combined with an old Epson Inkjet printer. The Roomba allows for forward motion, while a carefully stripped-down printer allows for horizontal motion and something to attach the printing device to. As described, this allows “the robot... Read more »

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At the Atlanta Maker Faire on October fourth, I was happy to meet Payam Ghobadpour and Madeleyne Vaca who were showing off a prototype sign language translation glove called the Sign plus plus. They, along with Kelley Sheffield abd Andrew Thieck came up with this device at a HackGT hackathon... Read more »

Kaylin Broussard is seen here showing off her and fiance Chris Bartlett's work on a rather unique recumbent tricycle. Also seen in the background is a bike with what look like the most dangerous wheels I've ever seen.

Although I wasn’t able to photograph everything I saw at the Faire this year, here’s a few of the things I saw that were really great. From robots, to a little hovercraft, the many exhibits there made for a really entertaining and possibly even educational day! Read more »

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On Saturday, October fourth, I was privileged enough to attend the Atlanta Maker Faire as a spectator, and to take photographs and report for Makezine. It was a great experience, and I think anyone that regularly exhibits their work can learn a lot from being on the other side of... Read more »

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