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Keith Hammond

I'm projects editor of MAKE magazine.

Latest from Keith Hammond

Can you tell if this gear is metric or Imperial?

It's fun to salvage gears from old machines for new projects — but how can you tell if they're metric or Imperial? Read more »

BeetleBot

Kids do love them some robots, even the littlest kids. So I'm shopping for robots this year and the Shed's got 'em — check out these four super easy kits suitable for kids younger than 10. Read more »

SpareOne_HERO

Call for help with this emergency GSM cellie, with or without your SIM card. Read more »

DiveMask

A handy toy for inspecting your leaky submarine or snorkeling with the kids. Read more »

940_LRG-1

When your shoes can tell the Internet where they are and what they're doing, personal privacy is on strange new ground. Keeping your personal data out of the wrong hands is shaping up to be an epic struggle. Limor Fried and Phil Torrone at Adafruit Industries say the answer is... Read more »

IMG_3086

Chicago artist and 3D raconteur Tom Burtonwood is showing off his latest project — a 3D-printed book of six sculptural reliefs produced using 123D Catch, including an awesome colossal Olmec head from ancient Mexico, a medieval Chinese ogre and Bodhisattva, and a Roman emperor. It's a great demo of how... Read more »

PPT1

Autodesk’s 123D Catch is great for making 3D scans from digital photos — miraculous, really — but it’s a cloud-based freebie that comes with constraints. You can upload only a limited number of photos, and your 3D mesh will come back at a maximum resolution that may not be all... Read more »