derby

3D printing prosthetics isn’t exactly the newest thing in the world, but this take on it is surprisingly refreshing. This dog named Derby was born with disfigured legs. Running, or even walking, simply wasn’t possible. While you can see that a wheel rig was in use for some time, 3D... Read more »

jimmy cover

Note: This is an excerpt of Brian David Johnson’s new book, 21st Century Robot, an audacious experiment in storytelling that weaves sci-fi stories into a real-life nonfiction narrative featuring several worldwide adventures, a serious dose of 3D printing, plenty of open source technology, the efforts of a first grade class,... Read more »

M42_BoatHitchTable-1

Make an adjustable-height modeling table like the pros, for hundreds less. Read more »

6A7eyDy

An Imgur user going by the name of CallofTheGame has made an extravagant table by gluing approximately 5,218 copper pennies to a door. The process was relatively simple and started with the purchase of a 80″ x 32″ solid core birch door that was stained with a Continental shade that beautiful matched the copper color of... Read more »

Galileo RGB Strip

I found it interesting that you could put Windows on an Intel Galileo. Like the version of Windows for for small tablets, it's free (as in beer). To program a Galileo running Windows, you’ll need to run Visual Studio and write some C++. Read more »

Awesome castle bunk bed created by dear old Dad.

  One father decided that his two little girls simply could not live without a pink castle of their own, so he created an awesome, DIY Castle Bunk Bed with his own two hands and the extraordinary power of his imagination! See the picture above for the finished product. There... Read more »

Prof Danielle George

The Royal Institution's annual Christmas lectures are just that, an institution. Given this year by Professor Danielle George it explores how 21st Century tinkering can change the world. Read more »

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