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The Art of Tinkering hacked book

We at MAKE love The Tinkering Studio at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, so when we heard that its directors, Karen Wilkinson and Mike Petrich, were going to capture their community of artists and engineers ("Tinkerers") into the pages of a book called The Art of Tinkering, we couldn't wait... Read more »


Perennial music maker and sound artist Ranjit Bhatnagar will be exhibiting The Singing Room for one week only in May at NYC's Clocktower Gallery. Read more »


In honor of the classic video game Frogger on its 30th birthday, my friend Tyler DeAngelo conceived a version of the game that uses a webcam to track the live position of actual cars on Fifth Avenue in New York City. Read more »

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Last year we mentioned Ranjit’s Instrument a Day project where he builds a musical instrument every day for a month. This year he continues the project into its fifth February. Such a great idea! [via NYC Resistor] Read more »


For the fifth year in a row, Brooklyn-based Ranjit Bhatnagar has committed to making an Instrument A Day every day in February Read more »

Ranjit Bhatnagar’s Voice Extruder makes a shape from your voice, and then sends it to a 3D printer for output. Read more »

This edible piano was created by NYC Resistor members Astrida Valigorsky, Ranjit Bhatnagar, Mimi Hui, and Catarina Mota. As part of our experiments we realized that jello and fruit, which contain a lot of water, are conductive. Embedded in each jello/fruit key is a sterling silver pin (food safe) connected... Read more »


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