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Leah Nice

I’ll never forget the first time I heard about Lilypad Arduino. I was astounded and said, “You can make LEDs light up and you stitch it with conductive thread? How does that work?” It wasn’t until years later, after experimenting with the board that I finally got to meet Leah... Read more »

c64

The Commodore 64 may be long out of production, but it still lives in the hearts of many enthusiasts. Some people might write new games for this computer, but YouTuber “Staring Lizzard” decided to instead design and build a stand-alone emulator. Physically speaking, this is really a work of art.... Read more »

Bike Sketch

A reformed software exec wants to fix bike commuting with his low-cost, low-maintenance cutting-edge bicycle. Read more »

LeoMain-small

Customize your own version of LEO the Maker Prince! Read more »

loop-findr-1

Make your own seamless GIFs with a tool that automatically finds perfect loops in videos Read more »

littlebits

littleBits is thrilled to be part of Wearables Week at Makezine! For those that arent’ familiar with littleBits: littleBits is a library of electronic modules that snap together with magnets for prototyping, learning, and fun. Given the small physical size of littleBits, we love thinking of new ways to use... Read more »

1H1A5810

Combine the Arduino Yún with a TFT Touch Shield to assemble a homemade alarm clock that automatically sets alarms based on calendar events and even emails with the correct code word. And it looks cool too! Read more »