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This Young Entrepreneur Aims To Help America’s Inventors Protect Their Great Ideas Inexpensively

This Young Entrepreneur Aims To Help America’s Inventors Protect Their Great Ideas Inexpensively – Forbes Budding household products inventor John Khalil, 29, was shocked when he met with three attorneys … Continue Reading →


This Week in Making: Documentaries, Droids, and Designing Rovers

This week we watched some very cool documentaries, learned how BB-8 really works, and got a closer look at JPL’s “mixed reality” initiative. Read more on MAKE The post This … Continue Reading →


These Immaculately Embroidered Snacks Stir Up Nostalgia

Nicola Gibson embroiders snacks from the past to celebrate the Norfolk Contemporary Craft Society and packaging of the past. Read more on MAKE The post These Immaculately Embroidered Snacks Stir … Continue Reading →


“Vintage Tomorrows,” the Book, the Film, and the Golden Age of Steampunk

See the award-winning documentary about the early 21st century steampunk scene. Read more on MAKE The post “Vintage Tomorrows,” the Book, the Film, and the Golden Age of Steampunk appeared first … Continue Reading →


“Vintage Tomorrows,” the Book, the Award-Winning Film, and the Golden Age of Steampunk

See the award-winning documentary about the early 21st century steampunk scene. Read more on MAKE The post “Vintage Tomorrows,” the Book, the Award-Winning Film, and the Golden Age of Steampunk appeared … Continue Reading →


The New Issue of Make: Virtual Reality and More

The latest issue of Make: magazine hits newsstands today — read up on every aspect of virtual reality, from edible VR headsets to out-of-this-world software that’s engineering the next era … Continue Reading →


Maker Camp Live Shines at AT&T’s Shape Tech Expo

Make: was invited to create Maker Camp Live, inviting kids to engage in hands-on projects at AT&T’s SHAPE Tech Expo. Read more on MAKE The post Maker Camp Live Shines … Continue Reading →


TechShop Shake-Up: Mark Hatch Resigns as CEO

Since it opened its doors almost a decade ago, TechShop has become one of the most well-known and widespread makerspaces in the country. Today, Founder and Chairmain Jim Newton made … Continue Reading →


Arduino-Powered Bioreactors Make Home Experimentation Affordable

Read about how one doctor was inspired to create an Arduino-powered bioreactor and ended up with an affordable, accurate device. Read more on MAKE The post Arduino-Powered Bioreactors Make Home … Continue Reading →


This Week in Making: Capacitors, Twitch, and Playing with Fire

This past week we learned more about the history of capacitors, announced an upcoming DiResta livestream on our twitch, and were propane pyros. Read more on MAKE The post This … Continue Reading →


Our Twitch Series “Meet the Maker” Kicks off with Jimmy DiResta!

Join us on Tuesday, July 19, at 11am PT, as we kick off our new “Meet the Maker” biweekly video series, live-streamed on Twitch. Read more on MAKE The post … Continue Reading →


What it Took to Win “America’s Greatest Makers”

Anubha Sacheti talks to us about her experiences on America’s Greatest Makers, working in a makerspace, and creating Grush. Read more on MAKE The post What it Took to Win … Continue Reading →


An Open Valve: How a Modding Community Shaped the Future of Virtual Reality

How did a traditional gaming software company end up creating arguably the most cutting-edge VR hardware on the market, the HTC Vive? Read more on MAKE The post An Open … Continue Reading →


This 3D Printing Contest Wants You to Design the Next Accessibility Device

Have an idea for a 3D printed device to help those with limited hand mobility? Join this contest to share your idea with those who need it. Read more on … Continue Reading →


Maker Camp is Live — Game On!

We’re proud to announce that Maker Camp — the virtual DIY summer camp for kids — launched today! Read more on MAKE The post Maker Camp is Live — Game On! … Continue Reading →


This Week in Making: France, Crystals, and Comments

This past week (well, right now actually) we travel to Nantes, France for a Maker Faire filled with amazing creations, and we enjoyed some great comments! Read more on MAKE … Continue Reading →


Live: Maker Faire Nantes

Here you will find a live feed of the sights and sounds of Maker Faire Nantes! Check back all weekend for updates and incredible sights. This vagrant is actually a … Continue Reading →


Summer-Long Southeast Asia Makerthon Tackles Sustainability Challenges

Vietnamese makers are making a social impact in their country! Read on to find out how they are taking making to the next level. Read more on MAKE The post … Continue Reading →


Moscow Joins the Maker Movement This Weekend

Even with Maker Faires popping up in every corner of the planet, it’s still always exciting to see every first. This weekend, on July 9 and 10, the very first … Continue Reading →


Particle CEO Zach Supalla’s Road Map for Navigating the IoT Frontier

Particle CEO Zach Supalla’s road map for navigating the IoT frontier. Read more on MAKE The post Particle CEO Zach Supalla’s Road Map for Navigating the IoT Frontier appeared first on … Continue Reading →


This 4-Foot-Tall Robot Transforms into a Car in Seconds

Did you ever think you would live to see a real life transformer? This robot turns into a car, and its creators want to build one even bigger. Read more … Continue Reading →


This Week in Making: Whimsy, LEDs, and Door Stops

This past week we looked at the Exploratorium’s whimsical tinkering studio, LEDs of all shapes and sizes, and life-changing door stops. Read more on MAKE The post This Week in … Continue Reading →


Lowriders Are a Perfect Mesh of Engineering and Craftsmanship

Almost everything on these lowriders have been customized, from hand embroider on the seats to the insane hydraulics systems. Read more on MAKE The post Lowriders Are a Perfect Mesh … Continue Reading →


3D Knit Your Own Clothes with Kniterate

You might say that the relationship between textile production and computing has always been a little close-knit. Read more on MAKE The post 3D Knit Your Own Clothes with Kniterate appeared … Continue Reading →


A Video Sampling of National Maker Faire 2016

Take a little video tour of last weekend’s National Maker Faire. Read more on MAKE The post A Video Sampling of National Maker Faire 2016 appeared first on Make: DIY Projects … Continue Reading →


This Week in Making: VR Prototypes, Spy Surveillance, and Leaked FAA Regulations

This past week we took a look at Valve’s VR prototypes, learned how to make a super small spy bug, and got word of possible drone regulations Read more on … Continue Reading →


Last Chance to Share What You Make at the Largest Maker Gathering in Europe

There are still a few days left to submit your application to exhibit as a maker at the largest show and tell in Europe. The fourth annual Maker Faire Rome … Continue Reading →


15 Fab Labs and 112 Projects Come Together at Maker Faire Lisbon

Maker Faire Lisbon has some incredible collaborations between makers of all types Read more on MAKE The post 15 Fab Labs and 112 Projects Come Together at Maker Faire Lisbon appeared … Continue Reading →


Repurposing a Drill Press into a Wooden Lathe

Everything you need to make a wooden lathe is right there in your drill press. Read more on MAKE The post Repurposing a Drill Press into a Wooden Lathe appeared first … Continue Reading →


Maker Faire Singapore Celebrates Lifelong Learning

Maker Faire Singapore is adding new initiatives to encourage life long making Read more on MAKE The post Maker Faire Singapore Celebrates Lifelong Learning appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and … Continue Reading →


MakerJam Energizes K-12 Education with Themed Hackathons

Amazing things happen with MakerJam, which gets kids involved in making with themed events that emphasize creativity and collaboration. Read more on MAKE The post MakerJam Energizes K-12 Education with … Continue Reading →


“Make It Go” Turns Makerspace Collaboration into a Game

Make It Go offers makerspaces around the world the opportunity to collaborate and co-create a kinetic artwork! Read more on MAKE The post “Make It Go” Turns Makerspace Collaboration into … Continue Reading →


This Week in Making: Dancing Drones, eBook Bargains, and DIY Autonomous Cars

This past week we were dazzled by drones, released an amazing Humble Bundle eBook deal, and learned more about DIY autonomous cars. Read more on MAKE The post This Week … Continue Reading →


Weekend Watch: Everything from LED Skateboards to PVC Dog Showers with Glenn

Glenn from the DIY Creators channel on youtube shows a number of cool builds with detailed instructions. Get excited to make something! Read more on MAKE The post Weekend Watch: … Continue Reading →