electronics

Maker Camp: It’s Field Trip Friday

Today on Maker Camp at 11am PST on Google+ we hit the road for a virtual field trip. This time we’re headed to the headquarters of Hallmark Cards in Kansas City, Missouri. Hallmark is a $4 billion business with greeting cards and other products sold in 39,000 retail stores across the U.S. and in 100 countries worldwide. […]

Seeed Studio’s Arduino Phone

What do you get when you add a touchscreen shield and a GPRS shield to an Arduino Uno? A phone! Seeed Studio created a Arduino phone intstructable to help you put the parts together. You can download the circuit board designs and Arduino library from their github repository, as well as the .STL files of […]

Maker Camp: Animate Your Life!

Today on Maker Camp at 11am PST on Google+ we get to hangout with three professional animators and graphic designers who will share tips and secrets of their craft. If you’re interested in drawing, illustration, and graphic design this the camp for you. On deck for today is Karin Fong, David Yoon, and Julian Glander. […]

3D Printing an Aston Martin

Interview by Yahea Abdulla We recently heard about a Solidoodler in Auckland, New Zealand, named Ivan Sentch, who’s building an entire car from scratch with the help of his Solidoodle, 2nd Gen 3D printer. When we saw photos of his project in progress, it was a bit hard to believe that this was his first […]

Repair Rebel Multitool – Is Round Better Than Folding?

The Repair Rebel, created by Thomas Smafield, is a 24-feature multitool cast out of solid titanium, with no moving parts, featuring hex heads, a torx head, spoke keys, and screwdrivers. Its manufacture is being funded by a Kickstarter campaign if that’s your thing. The open trail is full of surprises and consequently the right tool […]

Maker Hangar Episode 8: Electric Parts

In Episode 8 of Maker Hangar, Lucas Weakley shows us all the parts he chose to go on the Maker Trainer! We also learn how to solder the different R/C connectors onto the ESC. Lucas also goes over how to connect all the wires together and bind your radio so you can control everything. MAKE […]

OpenShot Presentation at the Dallas Makerspace

Following up on the very successful Kickstarter campaign for the OpenShot video editor, OpenShot mastermind Jonathan Thomas will be making a presentation about OpenShot at the Dallas Makerspace this Saturday, Aug. 3. Originally designed for Linux, OpenShot is a free and feature rich video editor that will be coming to Mac and Windows, too, in […]

OpenShot Presentation at the Dallas Makerspace

Following up on the very successful Kickstarter campaign for the OpenShot video editor, OpenShot mastermind Jonathan Thomas will be making a presentation about OpenShot at the Dallas Makerspace this Saturday, Aug. 3. Originally designed for Linux, OpenShot is a free and feature rich video editor that will be coming to Mac and Windows, too, in […]

Mortise and Tenon Book Ends

This weekend I wanted to make some book ends so that I don’t have to stack books on my desk. This is a few hours later. Six of the twelve hours making this were spent trying and failing to cut square holes accurately for the mortise and tenon joints. The back of the tenon shows […]

Mortise and Tenon Book Ends

This weekend I wanted to make some book ends so that I don’t have to stack books on my desk. This is a few hours later. Six of the twelve hours making this were spent trying and failing to cut square holes accurately for the mortise and tenon joints. The back of the tenon shows […]

GamingCape Gets Epic Build Treatment

According to Max Thrun, his BeagleBone GamingCape “transforms your BeagleBone into a full fledged hand-held gaming console capable of playing all the classics such as NES, Gameboy, Sega GameGear, and even Doom.” It’s an impressive feat on its own, but made even better by his epic build video, which shows the design and assembly of […]

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