HeatSync Labs' Moheeb Zara built this full body scanner with a Kinect that raises and lowers on a gantry while a turntable rotates the subject
This 3-axis CNC can go where 3D printers cannot.
"I have this train I bought in Germany," said Lynn, who approached me at a train show, "and I'm looking for someone to build a railroad for me."
Got a favorite desktop 3D printing or scanning appliance? We want to hear about it!
Great first attempt at a poker table with an Arduino brain and LED lighting.
out-of-the-box experience that means: how long does it take to you to go from zero to something that works? This is very important because it creates a positive reinforcement that you are on the right path. The longer that time is, the more people you lose in the process.
Hong Kong Mini Maker Faire organizers Mike Li and Andy Kong spotlighted today in the South China Morning Post, along with makers from HackJam and Dim Sum Labs.
Toronto Mini Maker Faire co-organizer Eric Boyd covers a neighboring Canadian Maker Faire: the first annual Waterloo Mini Maker Faire.
Jason "True Dimensions" Allemann built this motorized Theo Janssen-style strandbeest walking robot, but evoking a cool steampunk style! I love all the little details on the deck like the tiny herd of goats to the ratty shack teetering on one corner. Jason has the building instructions on his website.
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