Marc de Vinck

Marc de Vinck

I'm currently working full time as the Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity in the Masters of Engineering in Technical Entrepreneurship Program at Lehigh University. I'm also an avid product designer, kit maker, author, father, tinkerer, and member of the MAKE Technical Advisory board.

Latest from Marc de Vinck

Megan

Late Friday night I saw what may be the future of toys, or at least something completely unique at my local Toys'R'Us. Read more »

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MAKE has a lot of great activities happening at the Engadget Expand event in NYC. Today we set up our 3D printers, prepped the Raspberry Pi MAKE-Off, and introduced our new Make: Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing 2014. And if that’s not enough, Editor in Chief Mark Frauenfelder, will be... Read more »

Anna

As we were setting up our booth at the Engadget Expand event in NYC, Digital Fabrication Editor, Anna Kaziunas France, announced the MAKE 3D Printer Buyer's Guide on the main stage to an audience of sponsors and press Read more »

Building Jimmy

This year at MAKE's Hardware innovation Workshop, Intel’s Futurist Brian David Johnson introduced a 21stCentury robot that is easy to build, completely open source, and filled with humanity. The idea is to enable as many people as possible to design, print and program robots. The robot he brought with him... Read more »

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MAKE's 2013 Hardware Innovation Workshop is only a few days away and I'm really looking forward to the event, especially the “pitches with prototypes” contest. One of the entrants is Nicholas Stedman of Moti. He is trying to make robotics easy for "Designers, Developers & Devious Kids" with his Internet... Read more »

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MAKE’s 2013 Hardware Innovation Workshop is only days away, and we still have a few more makers to feature as part of the “pitches with prototypes” contest. Next up is the Lumiglass Infinity sign by ProtoTank. We have featured a few variations of edge-lit displays before, but the ProtoTank team... Read more »

The kit comes with illustrated instructions that are fairly easy to follow. However, there are a few tips and tricks that this guide will cover, making the build process really easy. This is not a detailed step-by-step. Those can be found in the magazine included with the kit. This guide... Read more »

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