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Matt Richardson

Matt Richardson

Matt Richardson is a Brooklyn-based creative technologist, Contributing Editor at MAKE, and Resident Research Fellow at New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP). He’s the co-author of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi and the author of Getting Started with BeagleBone.

Latest from Matt Richardson

GalileioG2

In late 2013, Intel launched Galileo, their Linux-powered, Arduino-compatible development board which runs on their silicon. Today, Intel officially announces the second generation of the Galileo development board, which was teased at MakerCon last May. “We’ve made a number of enhancements to the Intel Galileo board based on feedback from... Read more »

Seeing-Spaces-Bret-Victor

A typical makerspace is outfitted with many of the tools needed to fabricate an object: laser cutters, 3D printers, drills, mills, welders, soldering irons, and sewing machines. Tools like these are great for putting materials together, but creators also need tools to observe how these objects behave. This is especially... Read more »

Central New Mexico Community College's STEMulus Center is a partnership with Intel and will be open in Downtown Albuquerque in the fall.

To coincide with the White House Maker Faire, Intel has announced an initiative to adopt six “Maker Cities” across the United States to encourage education, small-scale product design, development, and manufacturing efforts in those cities. The pilot program includes Santa Clara, CA and the surrounding Silicon Valley region; Folsom, CA;... Read more »

ObamaWHMakerFaire

Watch and read President Obama's remarks at the first-ever White House Maker Faire! Read more »

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In a post to their official blog, The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced the sale of their 3 millionth Raspberry Pi single board computer. Read more »

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A Raspberry Pi is at the heart of the world's largest vending machine, which is six stories tall and can drop 800 bags of chips. Read more »

Raspberry Pi by Dexter Industries

Clive Beale from The Raspberry Pi Foundation spoke to Make: about its beginnings as an educational platform and how their audience at Maker Faire has evolved. Read more »