Month: May 2014

How-To: Reclaimed Wood Lamp with Himmeli Shade

How-To: Reclaimed Wood Lamp with Himmeli Shade

Build your own stylish table lamp with a reclaimed wood base and geometric Himmeli shade from scratch–wiring and all–with this fantastic tutorial!

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Building robots and rockets with Javascript

Building robots and rockets with Javascript

The web developers are coming, and they’re bringing Javascript frameworks that let you build robots and rockets more easily.

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How Much Bot Would a Drawbot Draw if a Drawbot Could Draw Bot?

How Much Bot Would a Drawbot Draw if a Drawbot Could Draw Bot?

Servo motors are a popular component in maker projects. Watch how we used two – without the aid of a micocontroller – to power the TRS Drawbot, the latest addition to our beginner-friendly electronics series of Weekend Projects.

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Air Quality Sensors: How Good is Good Enough?

Air Quality Sensors: How Good is Good Enough?

Citizens can help inform science with low-cost sensors and instruments, as long as the quality of the measurements is good enough.

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How-To: Fabric Doll Diapers

How-To: Fabric Doll Diapers

Turn fabric scraps and fat quarters into cute adjustable fabric doll diapers with this sewing tutorial with printable PDF pattern!

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4th Annual Vancouver Mini Maker Faire Next Weekend

It’s going to be action-packed and filled with maker spirit!

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