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There is a rather large gender gap in the makerspace community; one that has mirrored the well-documented gaps in various STEM fields, and while some proactive spaces have increased their efforts to support inclusivity, it has proven to be an uphill battle for others. It’s achievable though, with many examples (such... Read more »

Photo by Miguel Templon

Since an accident with a hydraulic press 12 years ago, I wear a myoprosthesis — an electrical hand that I can control by muscle sensors. I tried them all, but even $50,000 models were lacking. But after a chance encounter at a local hackerspace in France, I decided to 3D... Read more »

speeddate

Forty makers -- 20 designers and 20 manufacturers -- gathered in a converted factory in Glasgow, Scotland last week for an evening of speed pitching Read more »

and the wind was like the regret for what is no more. by Joao Costa

A slideshow of completed and works-in-progress projects by graduate students of NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program. Read more »

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If you want furniture, you might go to one of many well known stores that sells particle board items that will fall apart in a few years. If you want something better, but not too expensive, you can buy something used, or even something new that requires a bit of... Read more »

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My name is Pierre-Alexandre and I’m a french student. I wanted to do a summer internship at Make:, thanks to the advice of my uncle Bertier, who organized Maker Faire Paris. I did it this last summer, and here’s how it was: I arrived in Sebastopol on Monday 12th July.... Read more »

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The passing of a maker icon. Ralph Baer, inventor of the first video game console, passed away at the age of 92. Read more »

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