Titanoboa: A 50′ Electromechanical Snake and a Few Words on How it was Made

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Titanoboa: A 50′ Electromechanical Snake and a Few Words on How it was Made

Titanoboa from Ben Z Cooper on Vimeo.

Charlie Brinson of eatART talks about what it was like to build a 50′ electromechanical snake. If you made it out to Vancouver Mini Maker Faire last year, you would have seen the in-progress pieces. Man, has it come a long way! A lot of hard work has gone into this project; it’s great to see it slithering! Learn more about Titanoboa on the Titanoboa website.

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Emily Smith is the driving force behind Vancouver Mini Maker Faire and Vancouver Maker Foundation. She is an avid textile artist and community organizer with a focus on facilitating collaborative and creative workspaces as well as maker-oriented projects and educational programming.

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