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Mopsey the MonsterbotWhat can this bot do? What do you want it to do?

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OpenKnit-01Makers create an open-source, low cost , digital fabrication tool that creates bespoke clothing from digital files.

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OpenKnit-01In a lot of ways hand-knitting can be seen as the original form of 3D printing, so it makes perfect sense that artist and designer Gerard Rubio, with some help from Knitic creators Mar Canet and Varvara Guljajeva, made this incredible open-source knitting machine called OpenKnit.

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bebackAt work, I often use a Post-it note stating my whereabouts on my office door for those who stop by looking for me when I am out. Some notes are one-time use like “On vacation. Back on 11/20.”, and some can be reused like “Up in the 3113 lab.” Sometimes, […]

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1I got an idea of building a smartphone for the blind that is completely Braille-based. With absolutely no hint of how to make it, I started working on it.

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slider-hp-7it1Joe Hudy's favorite picks from Maker Faire Rome 2013.

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Screen Shot 2013-09-18 at 11.32.55 AMMAKE's editors are offering six different "Getting Started" presentations this weekend at World Maker Faire New York. Beginner sessions on 3D Printing, Arduino, Raspbserry Pi, BeagleBone, Breadboarding, and Choosing a Board are taught by MAKE editors and will run multiple times a day.

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fingertipAided by affordable materials, 3D printers, and open source technology, the merging of human and machine is a thriving subset of the maker community. Next week's World Maker Faire New York will showcase a number of these projects and the makers who made them. These projects are also a testament to the best impulses of human nature: once we possess new skills and technology we look for ways to use them as a force for good and to share them with others.

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skysweeper-600The SkySweeper, constructed with 3D-printed elements, is able to inch along power lines to inspect them. Built by UC San Diego engineering grad student Nick Morozovsky, the SkySweeper can be built for far cheaper than other line inspection robots.

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GiantArduinoDublin, Ireland's second Mini Maker Faire is set for Saturday, July 27. Last year's event drew 5,500 attendees and 35 maker exhibits. This year's free event promises to be even bigger with more makers. In particular, there's been a jump in the number of fabrication makers who will showing off everything from homemade CNC machines to 3D scanning booths.

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