Month: October 2013

Mini Hoth Luke and Tauntaun

Mini Hoth Luke and Tauntaun

Intrepid papa spent three months crafting this awesome Hoth Luke costume, complete with homemade Tauntaun, for his four-year-old daughter.

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Exploding Pumpkins and Homemade Clouds With Science Bob

Exploding Pumpkins and Homemade Clouds With Science Bob

Jimmy Kimmel’s resident maker Science Bob conducted some live experiments on television recently and it reminded some of us around the MAKE water cooler of his stage presentations at New York’s World Maker Faire back in September.

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Our Mission: Hack to Learn, Hack to Imagine, Hack to Share

Our Mission: Hack to Learn, Hack to Imagine, Hack to Share

What are Robot Hacks? We’re creating live online participatory events for the MAKE community, and re-making what it means for you to take part. Our new Maker Session concept includes video presentations by Master Makers with opportunities for you to be creative and hack in your own locations. We are thrilled that you will be able to brainstorm, build your projects, and be inspired by what you are learning, wherever you are. The early results are promising: Last month’s Urban Sensor Hack, our first Maker Session, included energetic teams and fascinating projects from across the U.S. and Europe.

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Best Day of the Dead Costume Ever

Best Day of the Dead Costume Ever

We spied this amazing Day of the Dead costume online today. The dress is skillfully made of “cups, plates, and plastic utensils,” and it looks like the suit is made of garbage bags. Not sure how “recycled” the materials are, but a great re-imagining of those form factors nonetheless. Do you know who these makers […]

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