Join us on February 21st for this free learning event. Dive into virtual reality creation with host Sky Rolnick and learn how to bring virtual worlds to life. You only need a free membership, and spots for the live viewing are limited, so sign up quick! Don’t worry though, if […]
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In 1764, scotsman James Watt grew thoughtful as he tinkered with the machinery associated with his job as a steam engine technician. The main problem with those early steam engines, called Newcomen engines, was that they were terribly inefficient. They were a step up from draft horses, but Newcomen engines […]
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When Tijuana Rick found out he was going to have a daughter, he started brainstorming projects he could do. Would he remodel a baby room? Build a crib? Construct a custom low-rider power wheels with functioning faux hydraulics? I think we all know where he landed on that one. The […]
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What better way to celebrate valentine’s day than with a custom piece of art? Makershare user Mark Langford shares with us how he created this floating valentine’s day heart out of Lexan using lasers. You can download all the files to make your own, and Mark even shows where you […]
Can you be electrocuted in the bathtub? Sure — but only because the water’s not pure. Many people don’t realize that absolutely pure water doesn’t conduct electricity. This is because the hydrogen and oxygen atoms don’t have free electrons. In a typical domestic water supply, it’s the impurities such as […]
Our yearly call for makers is now open! This is your chance to have your project considered for display at the Bay Area Maker Faire coming up in May. You have to apply because there are just so many incredible projects and makers, and unfortunately there’s not enough space to have […]