Josh Rosenstock brought his Nomadic Remix jacket and other projects to the recent Cambridge Mini Maker Faire. His jackets work by recording ambient audio from your surroundings and then chopping the sound up and playing it back through speakers sewn into the collar. You can control the recordings and remixing through sensors on the garment. For more info on josh’s amazing projects, visit his site.Continue Reading
At the Cambridge Mini Maker Faire, we had a whole mess of Makerbots. People were very curious about all the plastic being extruded and had lots of questions of the hardy Makerbotters. I had a chance (since I was in the next booth over) to ask a few questions of my own.
Want to know more about the Makerbot? Get your hands on a copy of MAKE, Volume 21. The Makerbot site is full of good info, and you can see and share lots of designs for parts that can be made over at Thingiverse.Continue Reading
Angela Sheehan has taken on a series of projects inspired in part by CRAFT and the Fashioning Technology book and site. She showed her work at the recent Cambridge Mini Maker Faire and brought me through her work. Her site, Soft Circuit Saturdays has a nice collection of clever projects.Continue Reading
Angela Sheehan runs a site of crafty creations called Soft Circuit Saturdays. She demonstrates lots of neat ways that you can combine circuits with fabrics to entertain all your senses and even protect your tongue. She will be showing her work at this Saturday’s Cambridge Mini Maker Faire from noon to 4pm just outside the Cambridge Public Library.Continue Reading