Latest from Stuart Gannes


Walt Disney famously said, “the way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” That’s the journey some 65 teams in the Make-GE Robot Hack have undertaken. In just a few short weeks their small steps became a running stampede. The final Robot Hack is tomorrow. Read more »


Join Gael Langevin, along with Greg Perry of My Robot Lab, and Chuck Fletcher, director of technology at the Wonderfactory, for another installment of Robot Hacks Wednesday, Nov. 13, 4pm as they talk about InMoov, from conception to reality. Read more »


Master Makers galore are set to tell us their stories tomorrow on Make Robot Hacks. The new program, organized by Michael Overstreet, features a line-up of experts and a smorgasbord of projects. Plus, our Master Makers will be prepared to answer your questions live. Read more »


Our Robot Hack Community page is brimming with projects and ideas. Many teams are experimenting with movement mechanisms. Aaron Bierenboim  has been working on walking. Check out his totally cool walking robot chassis below: Designs for the Boim Walker are posted here. Aaron 3D printed his prototypes and plans to... Read more »


We've gotten a great response to our call for robot teams for our newly formed Robot Hacks project. More than 52 teams have already registered and the G+ Community page is filling up with posts about designs and plans. Read more »


What are Robot Hacks? We’re creating live online participatory events for the MAKE community, and re-making what it means for you to take part. Our new Maker Session concept includes video presentations by Master Makers with opportunities for you to be creative and hack in your own locations. We are... Read more »