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In the second part of our introduction series to virtual reality, we cover how to import and format your Unity VR experience for Google Cardboard.
If you've ever wanted a way to create unique, randomly generated mazes, here's how to do it in OpenSCAD.
Make your own mold so that you can cast your own candles in any shape you'd like — these ones stack like Lego!
We're launching a new series of articles here at Make: about DIY virtual reality. First, I’ll be covering the basics of how you can build these worlds in Unity.
You don't need to carve your own custom stamps when you have a 3D printer.
Learn how to 3D print and wire this flex-neck lamp.
Learn how to build a rig and create a composite photograph that can be selectively lit after it has been taken.
This cute pumpkin desk ornament can be 3D printed. Next, add an LED strip to give it a spooky glow.
Learn how to create a simple custom model for a coin or gaming token in OpenSCAD.
Learn how to 3D print and assemble your own PCB workstation for soldering and testing delicate electronics projects.
Building your own clock is practically a rite of passage as a Maker. 3D-print this Arduino-based desktop clock with a jumbo seven-segment LED display that glows from within.
Design a passive speaker using physics, a computer, and a 3D printer.
3D-print this 1872 replica Electro-Magnetic Engine that works like your drone's modern motors.
Solar powered toy ornaments are pretty cute, so we decided to repurpose the electronics inside to help Makey the Robot swing perpetually in the sunlight.
3D print and snap together this little race car with a brushless motor, Flutter wireless microcontrollers, and a few bucks of filament.
Create your own awesome remote controlled toy hovercraft using a 3D printer and three brushless R/C motors.
This project is part 4 in the building a robot arm tutorial.
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