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Fold Up a Jumping Origami Frog with LED Eyes

Press down on this origami frog and the LED eyes start to glow. Release it, and the frog will leap across the table (sometimes even flipping in midair). Read more on MAKE The post Fold Up a Jumping Origami Frog with LED Eyes appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Force Friday Fun: Build a 1:18 Scale Cardboard U-Wing from Rogue One

An incredible 1:18-scale cardboard Star Wars U-Wing with free, downloadable plans. Read more on MAKE The post Force Friday Fun: Build a 1:18 Scale Cardboard U-Wing from Rogue One appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Teaching at the International Summer School in Bernau

I am teaching a Preliminary Course for the next two weeks at the International Summer School at the Bauhaus Denkmal Bundesschule Bernau, in Bernau bei Berlin, Germany. Very excited to be doing a specific program focusing on the teachings and instruction of Josef Albers (pre-eminent teacher at the Bauhaus, and later the Black Mountain College in N.C. Show More Summary

Papier Machine Combines Paper Circuits and Mechanics in Delightfully Pastel Videos

Marion Pinaffo and Raphaël Pluvinage create a paper circuits that use pleasing colors and new mechanical aspects that are fun to watch. Read more on MAKE The post Papier Machine Combines Paper Circuits and Mechanics in Delightfully Pastel Videos appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

A Simple Supply List for Lo-Tech Maker Camp Projects and Beyond

Keep your supply cabinet stocked with these materials and you’ll be ready to try some of our fun and amazing Maker Camp projects! Read more on MAKE The post A Simple Supply List for Lo-Tech Maker Camp Projects and Beyond appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

"Press-Origami", by Masha Revva

Origami Tessellations + Press-Prints on Paper June 20 -- July 4 th, 2017 Jerusalem Artisans Gallery (Beit Ot Hamotzar Hayerushalmi) 12 Hebron Street, Jerusalem, Israel This is a fine, understated exhibit by a leading Israeli origami artist, strangely affecting given that the works in it are entirely non-figurative. Show More Summary

Voronoi tessellations and origami

http://news.mit.edu/2017/algorithm-origami-patterns-any-3-D-structure-0622 Some amazing work from the extremely talented Tomohiro Tachi, together with Erik Demaine, our origami community’s resident origami genius. While we’ve long watched...Show More Summary

Use Tent Poles for a Collapsible Demonstration Sign

Travel to the demonstration and hold your message high with ease thanks to this collapsible sign. Read more on MAKE The post Use Tent Poles for a Collapsible Demonstration Sign appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Make...

Build an LED Copter and Slingshot

This copter launcher both lights up and flies through the air! This is excerpted from Electricity for Young Makers: Fun and Easy Do-It-Yourself Projects. Read more on MAKE The post Build an LED Copter and Slingshot appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

DIY Posable Papercraft Makey Mascot

Papercraft is a fantastic way to explore model making. With a steady hand, and bit of patience, you can print, fold, and glue your own Makey mascot! Read more on MAKE The post DIY Posable Papercraft Makey Mascot appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Israeli Origami 2: The Designer vs. the Sculptor

Ilan Garibi | Saadya Sternberg Hankin Design Gallery 109 Hankin Street, Holon, Israel March 29 - May 5 2017 This show combines Ilan Garibi’s fabulous explorations of non-paper materials in his fashion and product design—all based onShow More Summary

Making an Impressive Working Robotic Arm from Cardboard

Watch this working robotic arm being built from little more than cardboard and medical syringes. Read more on MAKE The post Making an Impressive Working Robotic Arm from Cardboard appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Launching a Kickstarter: Strategy, Learnings, and What’s Next for TechnoChic

Natasha Dzurny shares her experience with us while she is in the midst of running a Kickstarter for her Light-Up Paper Bow Ties. Read more on MAKE The post Launching a Kickstarter: Strategy, Learnings, and What’s Next for TechnoChic appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Launching A Kickstarter: Final Countdown Considerations, and LAUNCH!

It is time to launch! Read more on MAKE The post Launching A Kickstarter: Final Countdown Considerations, and LAUNCH! appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Print, Cut, and Twirl This Whirly Noisemaker

Whizz it around your head and hear it roar! Read more on MAKE The post Print, Cut, and Twirl This Whirly Noisemaker appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Launching A Kickstarter: Making the Video

You absolutely need a good video for your campaign Read more on MAKE The post Launching A Kickstarter: Making the Video appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

6 Quick Papercraft Gifts for Your Valentine

A few quick folds can really make an impression! Read more on MAKE The post 6 Quick Papercraft Gifts for Your Valentine appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Launching A Kickstarter: Finalizing The Prototype

In the 2nd installment of this series, you'll learn about finalizing the design. Read more on MAKE The post Launching A Kickstarter: Finalizing The Prototype appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Launching A Kickstarter: Behind The Scenes

What really goes into running a crowdfunding campaign? Here's step 1. Read more on MAKE The post Launching A Kickstarter: Behind The Scenes appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Assemble an Easy Jumping Jack Toy

Pull the string to see Makey dance and do jumping jacks! Read more on MAKE The post Assemble an Easy Jumping Jack Toy appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

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