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Mike Senese

Mike Senese

Mike Senese is the Executive Editor of Make: magazine. He is also a TV host, starring in various engineering and science shows for Discovery Channel, including Punkin Chunkin, How Stuff Works, and Catch It Keep It.

An avid maker, Mike spends his spare time tinkering with remote-control aircraft, doing amateur woodworking, and attempting to cook the perfect pizza.

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Latest from Mike Senese

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The first-ever drone-racing national championships brought the best FPV pilots to the air. Read more »

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Like many of us, I consider myself an expert in giant robot battles. They’re something I’ve been thinking about for approximately 37 of my 40 years of life. From Robotech to Voltron to Transformers, I’ve been promised a future with giant robots that I could ride inside and use to smash... Read more »

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The handsome and stately Union Station yet again provided a fantastic venue for Kansas City’s Maker Faire this past weekend for its fifth annual event. Continuing its growth year after year, the 2015 Faire brought together an incredible number of Makers and attendees for a really fantastic and interactive two days... Read more »

flambe1

Instead of dropping them in a tank of water, this crazy creation puts a person inside a chamber full of fire. Read more »

hotwheels

The Hot Wheels booth at the National Maker Faire is action-packed with car building, car coloring, and car racing. Bringing a full compliment of wheeled racers and stunt tracks, the Hot Wheels team has captured the excitement and fun of the event for all attendees. Alongside the racing, the Hot Wheels team... Read more »

openrov

OpenROV, with a mission to make affordable underwater robots for exploration and research, is a standout of the Maker Movement. In just three years since launching, they’ve become one of the largest manufacturers of underwater robotics, used on countless missions by everyone from students to professionals. Their designs are open-source... Read more »

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With a full range of tools and projects for all attendees to test out, the Dremel booth at this year’s Bay Area Maker Faire was non-stop action. Groups of people gathered to build their own derby cars, using multiple Dremel machines to rough-cut blocks of wood, drill holes, sand the edges, and attach... Read more »