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Happy Pi Day to all. Enjoy this roundup of delicious pie recipes that will take your from breakfast, to lunch and dinner. And yes, there’s even pie for dessert. We know pies are all about the taste, but you can have a lot of fun with presentation too. Show More Summary
When you think about the Raspberry Pi board you probably don't think about GCHQ, but you might well think about computing clusters. In this instance, clusters of Pi. Read more on MAKE The post 66 Raspberry Pi Boards Make the World’s Biggest Cluster appeared first on Make:.
This simple hack turns your Raspberry Pi into a powerful FM transmitter! It has enough range to cover your home, DIY drive-in movie, a high school ball game, or even a bike parade (depending on the stragglers)." style="float:left; margin:0 15px 15px 0;" />The Raspberry Pi is a great platform to rapidly build fun electronics projects. Show More Summary
It’s a rule: the better my notebooks, planners, and project pads look, the more likely I am to use them. And, the more I use them, the less likely my project and work schedule is to crumble into a disorganized mess, so everybody wins! Is your project pad […] Read more on MAKE The post Love Your Project Pad: Stitch a Custom Embroidered Notebook Cover appeared first on Make:.
The NoVa Mini Maker Faire is just around the corner. The day brings more than 100 makers and demonstrations, ten speakers, six family-friendly activities, and food trucks to a fun-filled day celebrating the diversity of makers across the Northern Virginia area. Show More Summary
With many railroad tracks now in disuse, some being converted into bike and pedestrian paths, you might be able to get your hands on a section of used railroad track. If you’re wondering what to do with a (legally sourced) piece of track, one option would be to build an […] Read more on MAKE The post How to Make an Anvil from Old Railroad Track appeared first on Make:.
In 2008 I relocated to North Carolina. I was jobless and living with my parents. My parents are pretty creative people, so after they retired, instead of golfing or extensively traveling, they decided that they where going to invest in a ceramic studio located in their residence. Show More Summary
If you go to a nice restaurant, there’s a good chance that they have some sort of unique serving dishes or other decorations in use. Some of these have certainly been sourced as off-the-shelf items but sometimes, like in the case of Frank Howarth’s custom sake trays, they are made-to-order. Show More Summary
I got into FPV (First Person Video) multi-rotor racing a few months ago. The fast, low level flying instantly reminded me of the Endor chase scene from Return of the Jedi. This project was an obvious choice to combine my interest and...Show More Summary
St. Patrick’s Day may be coming up, but you won’t need shamrocks for good luck this year when you can simply write your own fortune with these homemade cinnamon sugar fortune cookies from A Cozy Kitchen. The real trick to this recipe...Show More Summary
Last year when Autodesk announced their new Spark platform, they promised to make it open and accessible to users. This week, they made a huge step forward with that promise by releasing the formula for the resin that they use in their Ember SLA printer. Show More Summary
While we don’t yet have the technology to build androids or other robots such as the Terminator, we do have the technology to build extremely agile all-terrain pack mules of sorts. At least that’s what Massachusetts-based Boston Dynamics calls their BigDog quadrupedal robot designed for use in rough terrain. Show More Summary
This unique controller was created by Indie developer Alan Zucconi. It allows players to control a virtual spaceship by only hovering their hands over a series of sensors. It was discovered on the floor in the “Alternative Input” exhibit at the annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015 in San Francisco. Show More Summary
Amaranthus palmeri, commonly known as pigweed, has long threatened cotton and soybean crops in the southern United States. More recently, it’s begun to develop a resistance to glyphosate, a common agricultural herbicide—posing a problem...Show More Summary
Many people ask me about the branded push stick I use in my videos. Read more on MAKE The post DiResta: Push Sticks appeared first on Make:.
New technology is certainly fashionable, so if you’re more interested in form than function when it comes to wearable tech, then why not take a page out of Hiné Mizushima’s book and make yourself a super low-tech Apple Watch? Using just...Show More Summary
This year marks 10 years of the Bay Area Maker Faire. It wouldn’t have been possible without the help of our community spreading the excitement. For our 10th year anniversary, we’re hoping to be bigger than ever before and again, weShow More Summary
A glitch, as Wikipedia currently defines it, is “a short-lived fault in a system.” In electronics, this can cause interesting patterns. It can also cause extreme frustration if your livelihood (or high score) depends on the computerShow More Summary
Brian Krzanich stood in front of a packed audience at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Showcase in Las Vegas, backed by a sea of oversized blue display screens. The Intel CEO had just finished presenting a smartwatch and headset — new wearable...Show More Summary
As 3D printers get better, and users get more experience designing with 3D printing in mind, we are seeing more models released that use fewer non-printed parts to accomplish the end goal. Taylor Alexander wanted a demo platform for his new Arduino compatible wireless system, Flutter. Show More Summary