A New York maker moves to China…

A nice letter (and photos) from MAKE reader Evan - Hi Phil – We’ve met a few times at MAKE meetings and at the FIRST competition at the Javits center – I taught at NYC public schools for seven years and mentored robotics teams around the city during that time.... Read more »

Next Fab Studio in Philly

Next Fab Studio in Philly… NextFab Studio is a membership-based, high-tech workshop and prototyping center- it’s Philadelphia’s “gym for innovators”. Located in the University City Science Center, on Philadelphia’s Avenue of Technology, our brand new 3600 square foot facility provides comfortable, clean, and safe workspaces with hand tools, 3D printers,... Read more »

Noisebridge visit – Amazing hacker space in San Francisco, CA

Here are some photos from my visit to Noisebridge, an amazing hacker space in San Francisco, CA. Noisebridge is an educational non-profit corporation, 501(c)3 public charity status. We provide infrastructure and collaboration opportunities for people interested in programming, hardware hacking, physics, chemistry, mathematics, photography, security, robotics, all kinds of art,... Read more »

MAKE: television Episode 6 – Music Machines & Trebuchet

Enter the plugged-in world of Tim Kaiser, a maker who fashions experimental musical instruments from scavenged objects. In the Workshop John Park assembles a portable trebuchet from plastic plumbing pipe, and circuit bender Bianca Pettis demystifies the art of soldering. The Maker Channel presents a Smash Bat that snaps moment-of-impact... Read more »

Make: television Episode 10

Here’s another chance to see Make: television – Episode 10 Visit SparkLab founder and designer Syuzi Pakhchyan, a maker who explores the new frontier of high tech and fashion with her space age handiwork. In the Workshop, John Park shows us how to build a guitar out of a piece... Read more »

Make: television Episode 9

Meet CCRMA, a group of musical makers who stretch the sonic boundaries by turning personal computers into an electronic symphony. In the Workshop, John Park hacks a Wii controller and turns it into a personal flight recorder that can measure the G forces of roller coasters and other high-speed activities.... Read more »

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