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Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley

Paloma Fautley is an Engineering Intern at Make Magazine. She is currently pursuing a degree in Robotics Engineering. She is a regular contributor to the Sci-Fi web series Make: Believe.

Contact Paloma With: -Questions she probably can't answer -Snarky puns and other terrible jokes -Illusions of grandeur

Latest from Paloma Fautley

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Note: This fun project is provided by Festo as part of their appearance for Maker Camp 2014. Watch a video of Festo’s Fin Gripper in action here. Make yourself a gripper that is based on a fish’s tailfin! There is a lot to be discovered in nature. We can learn quite a bit from... Read more »


Use cheap materials you can find around the house to create a quick and easy custom mannequin. Read more »

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Launch matches and toothpicks with this simple hack. Read more »

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Make intern Paloma Fautley builds a pedal powered vehicle for Maker Faire Bay Area. Follow along with this series of posts to see how the project evolves, hopefully culminating in an impressive piece at Maker Faire. Read more »


Imogen Heap and a team of makers have been developing a pair of high-tech gloves, called the Mi.Mu, that will allow users to manipulate sounds via gestures, allowing a literally hands-on style of writing and performing. Read more »

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Halo armor is one of the most popular options for a custom build and when done right can be amazing, like this build by Lil Tyrant. Read more »