Art & Sculpture

Maker Spotlight: LeeLee James The Twirling Tech Goddess

Maker Spotlight: LeeLee James The Twirling Tech Goddess

Name: LeeLee James Where are you located? Boulder, CO What is your day job? Student Do you attend a makerspace/fablab/hackerspace? Yes, Blow Things Up lab and Correll Robotics lab on CU Boulder’s campus, Solid State Depot in Boulder, and BLDG 61 in the Boulder Public Library. Twitter | Instagram | Youtube What kinds of stuff […]

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Titancraft Lets You Create Custom Creatures For 3D Printing

Titancraft Lets You Create Custom Creatures For 3D Printing

I’m always looking for interesting now sources for fun 3d prints.  This fun little site called Titancraft Minis popped up and I hopped in to give it a try and was blown away! You can create and customize monsters, then download them for free (or have them printed and shipped). At first glance it didn’t […]

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Driving Fashion With Brain Waves: The Pangolin

Driving Fashion With Brain Waves: The Pangolin

At ARS Electronica this past weekend, Anouk Wipprecht’s latest creation was announced. Project Pangolin is a creative approach to a brain computer interface or BCI. It uses this very interesting scale looking sensor array to read 1,024 points of data -brain waves –  and convert them to lights and motion on the model’s body. At […]

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3D Printing and Cross Stitch Meet in a Creative Keycap

The marriage of traditional crafts and new technologies is always a source of inspiration. The creative melding of old and new, can truly be inspirational. Billie Ruben as come up with a surprisingly simple project that pulls off a new and interesting combination, cross stitch for your keyboard. The keycaps can be 3d printed on […]

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Celebrate The 4th With Ali Spagnola’s Lady Liberty, Constructed From Quarantine Boxes

Celebrate The 4th With Ali Spagnola’s Lady Liberty, Constructed From Quarantine Boxes

  Comedian and songwriter Ali Spagnola has surprised everyone, including herself with this one. Noting the ever growing pile of cardboard thanks to being cooped up for months on end, Ali set off with a goal. She was going to build the statue of liberty. Like any modern day epic adventure, this story includes her […]

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This Intricately Geared 7-segment Display Gives a Gorgeous View Of Your Subscriber Count

This Intricately Geared 7-segment Display Gives a Gorgeous View Of Your Subscriber Count

Recently my YouTube channel  unexpectedly started to get attention, so I decided to do something special for when it finally reached 1,000 subscribers. An internet-connected live counter seemed like a great way to celebrate the event, with the added bonus that other people could build one themselves. There are already a few excellent split-flap kits […]

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