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Nathan Hurst

Nathan Hurst

Nathan Hurst is an editor at Make. He loves anything having to do with science or bicycling. He tweets as @nathanbhurst.

Latest from Nathan Hurst

Supported by a giant steel tower, the Skysphere is a passion project to create a space-age Arduino-controlled smart room in the sky. Read more »

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MegaBots launched a Kickstarter to fund the upcoming battle between Mk. II and Suidobashi Heavy Industry's Kuratas. Read more »


Artist Balam Soto has been making interactive projects for years. This is his latest: Exp.Inst.Rain, a wavering, touch-controlled instrument. Read more »

Photos: Hep Svadja

The fourth annual Make: 3D printer test is officially underway. This weekend we'll test printers, CNC machines, and laser and vinyl cutters. Read more »

All photos: Nathan Hurst/Maker Media

This art project at the San Francisco Exploratorium uses an old Huffy bike, a shipping container, and the tide to imitate Bosun's whistle. Read more »

Photo: Courtesy of the SDSU Rocket Project

A look at the tech inside a mostly successful high-altitude rocket launch Read more »

Kailey Shara, 
Danna Torio, 
Jaimie Hadden, and Amogha Srirangarajan pose with Carbon Origins’ Phoenix 0.3 test rocket on the morning of its first — and last — launch.

The founders of Carbon Origins moved to the desert to launch rockets. It was harder than they expected. Read more »