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3D printed car interior

If you've wanted to see the 3D printed car featured on the cover of Make: Volume 42, or even ride in it, now is your chance Read more »

3D render of Moses courtesy Jerry Fisher

  Late last year we highlighted the fantastic work that the Cooper Hewitt Museum is doing to set an example for how museums and other cultural institutions can make high quality 3D scans available to the public. Unfortunately, just as long summer days must turn to cold winter nights, we... Read more »

hp_sprout

Sprout by HP, a hybrid computer/design tool, is a pretty fascinating creation. We got to check out the new machine at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, in HP’s private suite in the Nobu hotel (located within Caesar’s Palace). The apparatus has three main components: a 23-inch monitor that has touchscreen... Read more »

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A new wearable popped up yesterday, called Tread, from Leatherman Read more »

drug drone

Amazon promises drone-delivered packages in the future. Drug smugglers in Tijuana are making this a reality even faster, although not without their own hiccups. Yesterday, Tijuana police announced the recovery of a crashed hexacopter carrying six packages of crystal meth. The flying rig, a DJI S900 hexacopter designed to carry high-end... 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 »

The Make: staff celebrated the release of our latest issue, Make: Volume 43 last night at our Wearable Electronics Meetup. Located in the Maker Media Lab which is housed in the Palace of Fine Arts San Francisco, we frolicked amongst tables full of tech. 3D printers hummed while people compared... Read more »

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