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Since the beginning of my hobby of producing 3D printed parts to help people with physical disabilities play video games, the thumbstick has been an issue. Unfortunately, it was an issue I didn’t really have an elegant solution for. After some brainstorming, I believe I’ve come up with a useful... Read more »
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After some months of deliberation, I finally decided to make the choice — it’s now or never. I sent this email to my awesome co-workers at Make:, who were all extremely supportive. Hi friends, I’m not a goodbye kinda person so I didn’t want to make this a thing. But my... Read more »
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Bridging the gap between the virtual world and the real world is a popular topic these days. Augmented reality, Google Cardboard, and games like Skylanders are just a few products that allow us to interact in both the physical and virtual. Now, 3DRacers hope to send your Mario Kart addiction into... Read more »
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It has been 10 years since the greatest show and tell on earth began. 10 years of incredible sights, sounds, and smells. We’ve grown so much in that time that it is almost hard to believe! The Bay Area Maker Faire is not only the place where it all began,... Read more »
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Spinscan In 2011, 3D printing genius Tony Buser released the Spinscan, an open source 3D scanner based on a laser and a digital camera. MakerBot later used ideas from the Spinscan to create the closed source Digitizer 3D scanner. Thankfully, Spinscan is still available and has inspired numerous other... Read more »
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