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Maker Camp Kicks off DIY Music Week

Making music with MaKey MaKey… and bananas. Week five of Maker Camp is all about making music — with whatever you’ve got. Like a banana. Today at 11am Pacific Time on Google+ we’ll get to learn (and listen) how to do just that with MaKey MaKey co-creator Jay Silver. MaKey MaKey connects to your computer […]

Connect 4 Binary Clock

Remember that old Connect 4 game sitting in your basement/closet/chest/Batcave? You’ve always wanted to upcycle that into a functioning binary clock utilizing the awesome powers of an Arduino, haven’t you? Of course you have! Well, you’re in the right place! This is a great weekend project that will provide you with a binary clock that […]

Connect 4 Binary Clock

Remember that old Connect 4 game sitting in your basement/closet/chest/Batcave? You’ve always wanted to upcycle that into a functioning binary clock utilizing the awesome powers of an Arduino, haven’t you? Of course you have! Well, you’re in the right place! This is a great weekend project that will provide you with a binary clock that […]

Build Your Own Relay-Triggered Power Cord

PowerSwitch Tail vine.co/v/hAqEB9EjpZi— John Baichtal (@johnbaichtal) July 26, 2013 I’m a big fan of the PowerSwitch Tail. It’s an awesome power cord equipped with a relay board that enables a relative neophyte maker (say, can run the Blink sketch in Arduino) to safely control high-voltage electrical sources. It’s great because it’s pretty much foolproof and […]

Build Your Own Relay-Triggered Power Cord

PowerSwitch Tail vine.co/v/hAqEB9EjpZi— John Baichtal (@johnbaichtal) July 26, 2013 I’m a big fan of the PowerSwitch Tail. It’s an awesome power cord equipped with a relay board that enables a relative neophyte maker (say, can run the Blink sketch in Arduino) to safely control high-voltage electrical sources. It’s great because it’s pretty much foolproof and […]

Math Mondays Goes to Bridges

For the Museum of Mathematics Last weekend, the Math Mondays crew traveled to Enschede, The Netherlands, to attend the annual Bridges conference.  If you’re a serious math maker and don’t know about Bridges, you should.  It’s a meeting that draws 200-400 people, all focused on the connections between mathematics and art, and the folks there […]

Math Mondays Goes to Bridges

For the Museum of Mathematics Last weekend, the Math Mondays crew traveled to Enschede, The Netherlands, to attend the annual Bridges conference.  If you’re a serious math maker and don’t know about Bridges, you should.  It’s a meeting that draws 200-400 people, all focused on the connections between mathematics and art, and the folks there […]

Maker Camp: A Week of Art and Design

This week’s Art and Design week on Maker Camp produced some great hangouts and lots of cool projects from the growing Maker Camp community on Google+. You’re a member, aren’t you? Have a look at some of the projects and art makers made this past week and stay tuned for Maker Camp Monday as we […]

How to Fold Origami Paper Into Thirds

Folding origami paper into thirds can be challenging. When I first started learning origami, I always shied away from ANYTHING that made you fold into thirds. I don’t want anyone to be scared of folding into thirds. You can do it! I will show you two different ways … you pick the method you like […]

Awesome Photo of an Orange-Slice Battery

I love this project of Caleb Charland’s — it’s a battery of orange-slice cells that powers an LED, shot on a 14-hour exposure. Recently one Sunday I spent the day at the kitchen table playing with oranges, copper wires and galvanized nails. My hope was that I could make this ongoing project work with a […]

3DP Shootout Team: Who are 3D Printers For?

This weekend 21 new 3D printers are showing their stuff in MAKE’s second annual 3D Printer Shootout. So who’s going to buy these things, anyway? The consumer/hobbyist 3D printer market is growing fast, with new vendors targeting buyers ranging from students and families to “prosumer” small manufacturers. So this year’s Shootout is focused on less […]

The Road to Maker Faire Challenge Ends Soon – Apply Now!

If you attended Maker Faire Bay Area earlier this year you may have noticed Greathouse Labs in the West Lot. A collection of electric-powered projects – scooters, chairs, wheelchairs, and grills sans propane – the projects were located adjacent to the Serpent Twins (currently gracing the cover of MAKE Vol. 35) when they weren’t slithering […]

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