You needn't believe in divination to enjoy making this fortune-teller.
Small, dedicated boards drive servomotors without (or with) programming.
Before You Start
A caption in Volume 31’s “Drive-by Science” incorrectly identified Dr. Akira Sugiyama’s affiliation; he’s with Tokyo University. Make: Editors Website
In Volume 31’s “Mendocino Motor” project, the correct URL for downloading the 3D part files is makeprojects.com/v/31. Make: Editors Website
In Volume 31’s “Sound-O-Light Speakers,” the vented build option is not a true bass reflex design (see reader Louis Lung’s letter, below). Also, author Bill Gurstelle’s Night Lighter 36 spud...
Web extras, code, diagrams, and templates for MAKE Volume 31.
The birth of a kitchen-table biotech company.
The evolution of Safecast’s bGeigie radiation logger.
Tired of walking to the supermarket from his dorm, 21-year-old MIT computer science and electrical engineering student Stephan Boyer decided he needed a quicker way to travel.
Randy Grubb has one sweet job: working from his Grants Pass, Ore., garage, he builds hot rods. His rides, however, are far from ordinary.
When I moved to St. Paul there were two things that I was really excited about: my new job as an engineering professor, and the circus school a short distance...
I’ve been thinking a lot about CNC machines lately.
Why not hack the Atari Punk Console so that its tones can be controlled by light?
At its heart is the ATmega32U4 chip, which eliminates the need for a secondary processor for USB communications.