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World Maker Faire 2014, New York Science Park

Yay, arrived at New York Maker Faire :-)

I was really excited to be in NYC in September to attend and do a presentation on my wearables work at my first US… 935 more words


CNN talks Arduino and open source hardware

As many of you are well aware by now, Atmel can be found at the very heart of most Arduino boards on the market today. Evident by the sheer volume of DIY projects surfacing on sites such as… 787 more words

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Micro Engines and Tools Made From Scratch

Primarily working with miniatures, but also exploring solar, steam, and thermoelectricity, I stumbled upon the YouTube channel of Greek maker JohnnyQ90 and felt compelled to share his projects with you. 110 more words


Hacking a jello shot printer

 for the holidays

It’s officially the holiday season, and for some of us, that means partaking in the ubiquitous and inevitable jello shot ritual. Now, most of us just down shots without giving the ingredients or appearance all that much thought.  387 more words

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Hanging out with Tasha Lee from Bad Grammar - Kick-Ass embroidery done on vintage textiles

I met with my dear friend Tasha Lee Van Dinther by Atwater Market in Montreal, for a walk along the canal. Tasha is the owner and creative director for the… 1,107 more words

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Nübi is ushering in the Internet of Toys

As previously explored on Bits & Pieces, the Maker Movement has paved the way for new gizmos and gadgets in an effort to increase awareness around STEM and lower the barrier of entry for coding. 404 more words

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Spark up nostalgia by building a DIY pager with Arduino

Long before the days of smartphones, there were beepers. Like many kids who grew up in the ‘90s, Maker Ricky Robinett wore that pager proudly on his belt. 124 more words

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