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TiLDA-MKe-badge

Conference badges can be boring, some can be cool and make nice souvenirs, then there are those that might actually be a reason to go to a conference or event in itself. The TiLDA MKe badge from the upcoming EMF 2014 event looks like it will be one of the... Read more »

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“A new World’s Fair already exists.” From the editors of Make:, the Maker Pro Newsletter is about the impact of makers on business and technology. Our coverage includes hardware startups, new products, incubators, and innovators, along with technology and market trends. Read more »

Lazarus---Lazarus-Device

In case you didn’t see it last week, Make: magazine announced we are working with 2K to build real-world versions of some sci-fi guns for their upcoming game, “Evolve”. Prop builder extraordinaire, Shawn Thorsson, walks us through the first weapon he’s creating, The Medic’s “Lazarus Device”: The Medic Here is the... Read more »

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If you’re reading this, it’s likely that you’re a fan of unique blinking lights. Alex Posada’s piece, “The Particle,” exemplifies this quite nicely, and adds the ability to spin at 1500 RPM. Resembling the usual representation of an atom, the name seems quite appropriate. It would also make quite an... Read more »

Arcade KickAss DIY MAME-based gaming machine. Doesn't look fun for player 2 though...

Arcade Machines are becoming popular DIY projects for those that want to bring back the sights and sounds of their favorite games. It takes some skill to build your own but it can be done with little time and a little ingenuity. Read more »

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A tidy sink is a happy sink. Combine a webcam with real-time computer vision software OpenCV to automate messages to your makerspace whenever dishes pile up. Read more »

Bruce Strauss’ Colebot robotic cooler will open and deliver your favorite bottled beverages

The robot is one part cooler and multiple parts robot, controlled by an RC controller. Bruce Strauss’ Colebot robotic cooler uses an Arduino as the brains for serving drinks and sits on a RC wheelchair platform for maneuverability. Read more »

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