Month: February 2018

The Faces of Maker Faire Kuwait

The Faces of Maker Faire Kuwait

A sand sculpture of a mosque, a beach cleaning robot, an underwater robot for monitoring oil spills in the ocean, wooden models of the traditional sailing boat known as a dhow, a proof of concept for an air conditioner that uses ceramic tiles to reduce the amount of electricity used to cool hot air (kindaishin […]

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Replicating an Ancient Pump Drill

Replicating an Ancient Pump Drill

Chris from Clickspring recreates the type of push drill that was likely used to fabricate the ancient Antikythera Mechanism .

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Learn How To Read Capacitors

Learn How To Read Capacitors

Engineering.com recently released a great guide for reading markings on capacitors. Check it out if you haven’t seen it already!

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Feel Weight In Virtual Reality with this Transforming Controller

Feel Weight In Virtual Reality with this Transforming Controller

Giving players a greater sense of weight and touch is a hot topic in virtual reality right now. It only makes sense that makers would jump at the problem.

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11 Chef Skills Learned While Making Fresh Lasagna

Alex makes fresh lasagna and touches on 11 essential chef skills along the way.

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Maker Pro News: Insights Gleaned from Selling a Successful Startup

Maker Pro News: Insights Gleaned from Selling a Successful Startup

This week, we cover the ins and outs of past startups to bring you the dos and don’ts of selling your business one day.

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Weekend Watch: Meet 8 Year Old Maker Purple Oranji

Weekend Watch: Meet 8 Year Old Maker Purple Oranji

It’s so inspiring to see makers who are this bright and talented at such a young age.

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