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counting marbles, with math!
Adding toes makes a huge difference in how these multi-legged TrotBots can move. They are now much faster than they were before.
Keep the contents of your cabinets secure from your children with this touch-sensitive lock that is hidden in plain site.
Producers from across the global network of Maker Faires glean all kinds of inspiration and hard skills at Maker Faire New York 2017.
This week, we travelled to New York for World Maker Faire. Be sure to catch up on all the exhibits via our live blog and live stream.
Today at World Maker Faire New York, Massimo Banzi took stage to unveil two new Arduino boards, the long-range radio (LoRa)-equipped MKR WAN 1300 and the cellular-capable MKR GSM 1400.
Dremel enters the laser cutter market with a very nice looking machine.
Prusa Research has launched their new 3D printer the MK3 at Maker Faire New York and we have a review of an early unit.
For anyone who dares to try making it, pizza is more than food.
THAT’S A WRAP!
A fine week of solder, glue, flux, and paint tips. And how to use magnets in the shop.
Whenever we encounter some exciting new technology, the first question we ask ourselves is how do we use this to make the world a better place?
Houston's first fully featured Faire takes place next month on October 22 and 23, with a special emphasis on humanitarian aid for hurricane victims.
If you're not in New York, you can still get the Maker Faire experience by tuning in to our live stream on YouTube!
Electrical engineer Greg Leyh is no stranger to high voltage. He invites it, measures it, and controls it.
How do you teach someone empathy with a life-less robot? It's easy, you just build something cute and then kill it.
SparkFun teams with law enforcement to better understand gas station skimmers and to take evasive action.
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