Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Wash. (Oct. 27, 2004) - The moon turns red and orange during a total lunar eclipse. With the Earth passing between the sun and the moon, the only light hitting the full moon was from the home planet's sunrises and sunsets, resulting in the orange and red hue. The next total lunar eclipse won't be till March 2007. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Scott Taylor (RELEASED)

Tonight the Moon will enter Earth’s shadow, creating a total lunar eclipse, which will be visible as attendees and maker stream away from sixth annual World Maker Faire here in New York. Read more »

Ahmed at the wheel of the "Hack to the Future" car from the HackPGH Power Wheels team. (Photo: Jordan Bunker)

Clock-building celebrity Ahmed Mohamed had a super-concentrated Maker Faire experience this weekend in New York. He raced a DeLorean go kart, turned the crank on the life-size Mouse Trap game, flew some drones, and got smiles from everyone he met. Read more »

Dremel's Newest Tool: Help for Honing Your Startup Dreams

The helping hand comes in the persons of the first five winners of its Maker-in-Residence program. Read more »

P1000084 (Medium)

This robotic display mixes traditional gamelans with modern robotics. The result, the Gamelatron, it is entrancing and intense. Read more »


Visitors to the Glowforge booth at Maker Faire can watch the 3D laser printer cut and engrave their drawings to make a keepsake. Read more »


PlasmaBot is a larger than life robot marionette made from hand-blown glass tubes and noble gasses. Read more »


Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy is funding a myriad of energy programs that Makers and research facilities can participate in. Read more »