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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.

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6. foodini

At Maker Faire Rome, attendees will be confronted with 3D printed food — and may even get a taste. Read more »

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Sphero, the little, round, programmable robot, rolled its way into many hearts since it was released in 2011, confounding pets and expressing a unique form of movement. It was a reimagining of both robots and remote control. For its second act, the company is reimagining wheels — at least, wheels... Read more »

Photo by Eric Schneeweis

If you want to channel your inner Catherine Zeta-Jones and give it a shot yourself, take a crack at the Laser Maze. Read more »

Toyota's Kevin Hunter introduces the Urban Utility concept vehicle

If cars define our culture, this event could be an indication of where our culture is headed. Read more »

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Nosferatune enlisted the help of professional musicians and producers to distill Moogfest experiments into songs. Read more »

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Hobbyist drone maker 3D Robotics announced today that it is buying Sifteo. Read more »

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To achieve its prodigious goals, the marquee makerspace is dialing in a precise method to make each new shop polished and profitable. Read more »

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