Watch Odd Jayy Discover He’s on the Cover of the New Issue of Make: Magazine

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Watch Odd Jayy Discover He’s on the Cover of the New Issue of Make: Magazine

Attention subscribers! The upcoming issue of Make: promises to be a good one, with a broad range of projects and skill builders to keep you active. The cover story is a great profile feature about Jorvon Moss, aka Odd Jayy (twitter, IG), builder of delightful robotics that travel alongside him, often right on his shoulder, or in this case, as a set of moving, responsive sci-fi goggles.

We wanted to give Jayy a peek at the article before the rest of the world got to see it, so we Zoomed together for a look.

What he didn’t know was that he was on the cover too — and we recorded his reaction to finding out. Watch along and enjoy the surprise.

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Also inside the issue:

  • We do a deep dive into LoRa, the long-range, free-to-use wireless protocol that’s great for tracking sensor data
  • Give four great high-tech musical instruments to build
  • Provide instructions to build a unique single-rotor “ball drone” that uses air vanes to navigate
  • Step through a Raspberry Pi streaming camera project
  • Show you how to make a fold-up coroplast kayak
  • And tons more projects and maker inspiration

A big thank you to Jayy and all the authors and contributors who helped make this issue a reality.

Make: Vol. 76 will be in mailboxes and newsstands in February. Grab a subscription now and you’ll get it sent directly to your house or order a copy from the Maker Shed.

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Mike Senese

Mike Senese is a content producer with a focus on technology, science, and engineering. He served as Executive Editor of Make: magazine for nearly a decade, and previously was a senior editor at Wired. Mike has also starred in engineering and science shows for Discovery Channel, including Punkin Chunkin, How Stuff Works, and Catch It Keep It.

An avid maker, Mike spends his spare time tinkering with electronics, fixing cars, and attempting to cook the perfect pizza. You might spot him at his local skatepark in the SF Bay Area.

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