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When you're in NYC later this month for the 5th annual World Maker Faire, be sure to put NYC Makers on your itinerary of extracurricular activities. This exhibition at the Museum of Arts & Design features works by 100 makers from all five boroughs of New York City. Read more »

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3D-print a full-size electric violin, then plug in and play. The F-F-Fiddle (pronounced EFF-EFF-Fiddle) is a full-size electric violin, designed in Autodesk’s Fusion 360, that can be made on a desktop 3D printer — the fused-filament fabrication (FFF) type. All parts can be printed without support material, and the finished... Read more »

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If you happen to be traveling through the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, you might get a chance to see an impressive 3D printing project in the works. World Animal Protection, an animal rights group was looking to raise awareness on the mistreatment of elephants. Often kept in tiny quarters, chained,... Read more »

Colors for these paints come from natural materials.

Ancient people have been turning natural materials such as stones, bugs and plants into pigments for centuries. Experience a bit of alchemy and learn how to go from raw materials to paint to art. Read more »

Welcome to the faire

A call to action, to pick up your tools and get started making, and to be part of the next industrial revolution. Read more »

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Build your own personal soda fountain that will refill your drink from across the room. Read more »

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The 5th installation of Adafruit’s adorable educational series has recently been published. “Fis for frequency”.  In this one, the ever curious Adabot starts out by asking “why do radio stations all have their own number?”. That sparks a lesson in frequency, delivered by a talking oscilloscope. These videos are always... Read more »

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