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Engadget Expand: 3D Printing Edible “Fruits”

Using a special 3D printer, you can print edible “fruits”. Comprised of droplets of liquid surrounded by gel membranes, these creations “pop” when you bite them. While it is fun to recreate simple flavors, Gabriel seems to be more excited about creating interesting combinations such as strawberries with creme inside. Not only can you combine […]

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Engadget Expand: Luidia Smart Pen

The Luidia smart pen lets you capture the motions of your pen as you draw pictures or takes notes. With 8 hours on a charge, the pressure sensitive pen (600 levels) can record motions and inputs from a 4inch by 4inch area all the way up to a4 paper size. It uses a standard ballpoint […]

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Engadget Expand: A Slideshow of Maker Meets Consumer Tech

A slideshow of images from Engadget’s Expand NY 2014, showcasing the crossroads of maker projects and consumer tech.

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Engadget Expand: Pensa Labs DIWire

Marco Perry tells us about the DIWire, wire bending machine. Showing off some of the first prototypes, he takes us through the history of the design.  

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Engadget Expand: Nomiku Sous Vide

Lisa Fetterman explains a bit of the history of Nomku and shares where you can find some plans for a DIY sous vide controller that costs roughly $70. We’ve talked with Lisa in depth in the past about how their latest model brought the manufacturing back to the bay area.

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Engadget Expand Day 2 Begins!

Things are just getting started at the 2nd day of Engadget Expand. We’ve got our booth set up and we’re ready to give away a 3d printer to one lucky attendee!

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Engadget Expand: Poursteady, A Robotic Pour-Over Coffee Machine

This machine makes coffee. It isn’t just your typical coffee machine though. The pour steady replicates the process of pour-over coffee, a method that yields incredibly tasty results. Baristas can control many aspects of how each batch is made, allowing for fine tuning the results for your customers. Made in Brooklyn the Poursteady coffee machine […]

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