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Bringing An Articulated Desk Lamp To Life

Bringing An Articulated Desk Lamp To Life

Allyson, a regular contributor to Make: , has just released a fun project on youtube. She’s taken inspiration from the iconic pixar lamp and brought an articulated desk lamp to life. Yeah, fine, it doesn’t hop around all cute, and by Allyson’s own admition, it doesn’t work very well as a lamp any more, but […]

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Announcing… Make: Vol. 77 — Machine Learning (and More!)

Announcing… Make: Vol. 77 — Machine Learning (and More!)

In the new issue of Make: we give hands-on guidance to tools you can use to train AI modules right now, like Tensor Flow, Edge Impulse, and Lobe.

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May The 4th Maker Contest: Win a Jetson Nano!

May The 4th Maker Contest: Win a Jetson Nano!

This is the contest you are looking for. This year, to celebrate the glorious return of May 4th, one of our favorite holidays around the Make: Magazine offices, we are excited to announce the May The 4th contest in partnership with NVIDIA. You have an opportunity, Padawan, to show everyone how intensely you can channel […]

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Sculpting A Giant Troll Head For Your Mantle

Sculpting A Giant Troll Head For Your Mantle

As a television series adaptation of the Pre-Lord of the Rings story is being eagerly awaited by millions around the world, I thought it apt to stir the imaginations of those who have yet to taste the magic of JR Tolkeins world.   I was thinking of all the iconic imagery of The Hobbit and Lord […]

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Maker Faire Kyoto 2021: DIY Desktop Tunes, Molecular Gastronomy, Papercraft Robots…This Weekend

Maker Faire Kyoto 2021: DIY Desktop Tunes, Molecular Gastronomy, Papercraft Robots…This Weekend

The city of Kyoto is renowned for its many temples, the artisans who have flourished there since its heyday as the Imperial capital, its intellectual culture, an inventive and refined cuisine, and the many traditional festivals that mark its calendar. Since 2019, Maker Faire has joined that annual lineup, revealing the city’s thriving culture of […]

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Everything In Its Own Jar

Everything In Its Own Jar

Mark Zalme had an idea how to organize everything in clear jars that could be mounted on pegboard in his garage in Asheville, North Carolina. Over 3-4 years, he developed this idea into a product called WallWerx, a workspace organizing system.

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Maker Classes in May: Storytelling with Servos, Citizen Science, and Upcycling Projects

Maker Classes in May: Storytelling with Servos, Citizen Science, and Upcycling Projects

Maker Campus continues to grow as new classes are springing up this May. This month, you’ll be able to learn how to tell stories with servos (includes a tour of Jorvon Moss’s workshop), how to build your own citizen science devices with Arduino, various upcycling retro projects, and a chance to bump up your live-stream […]

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