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Transform your favorite art into #LEGO mosaics using “Bricasso,” an all-Lego mosaic printer which can scan a piece of art and then re-create it using 1 x 1 multicolored Lego plates.
Check out this mosaic printer made entirely of Lego and the EV3 Mindstorms set that scans and prints mosaics!
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While the loss of yesterday's SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket may cause major headaches for NASA, the Dragon also carried other payloads built by numerous high school and middle school students.
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They're insured. Heck they probably make more money when rockets explode.
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Need to sew leather and heavy fabrics? Learn how to use one of these monster-needles.
Made out of bone in ancient times, the basic purpose of an awl is to pierce a piece of heavy material in order to stitch it.
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Well like I said, I have yet to experience a failure here. So more reliable than 100% reliable is not anything I need.
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"It’s much easier to get user engagement, and get people spreading the word, when you have a common goal and you really want to have a positive impact. Be open about your mission. Communicate it clearly and in a compelling way." —Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh, inventor of Sugru
Inventor Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh talks about finding her product’s niche
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Blair Neal, a Brooklyn-based artist and creative technologist, has created an application to turn your favorite songs into 3D models. The coolest part? You can 3D print these songs!
Blair Neal, a Brooklyn-based artist and creative technologist, has created an application to turn your favorite songs into 3D models.
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It would be awesome if a 3D scanner could read them again. It would be a hugely impractical and expensive way of storing music. But it would also be awesome.
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Looking for a way to beat the heat? Look elsewhere! At Kansas City Maker Faire, Two Bit Circus have built a booth that wraps the occupant in flames when someone hits the target.

Learn more about the inspiration behind this project: http://bit.ly/1HtFoZy
Instead of dropping them in a tank of water, this crazy creation puts a person inside a chamber full of fire.
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Meh, if you want crazy go see rocket cars drag race. Then you'll be able to say you felt the heat from 300 feet away.
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From flaming dunk tanks to Arduino-controlled butterfly wings, Maker Faire Kansas City 2015 is filled with inspiring and mind-blowing projects. 
From flaming dunk tanks to incredible low riders, the projects at the 2015 Maker Faire Kansas City inspired all who came.
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Well, lookat at that. My daughter and I made moving wings for San Mateo.
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Make your own ham radio and connecting with the network of "hams" around the world!
Learn the basics of ham radio and find out how to get started on making your own and connecting with the network of "hams" around the world!
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Don’t let the limited features of your car’s dashboard get you down. Here are some projects that will help you customize your cockpit.
A. LED Matrix Tachometer Materials: Arduino + OBD-II TTL adapter + LED matrix Cost: $100 Monitor your engine’s RPM and improve your manual shifting precisi
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Does anyone else look at this and wonder if the vehicle goes 88 miles per hour...?
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Make your backyard games more fun by adding lights & sounds using simple electronics like Arduino.
Backyard games like cornhole are fun, but you can make them even better with some simple electronics to make the board light up when someone scores.
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A childhood dream come true! We want to live in this fascinating undersea world made out of more than 40,000 balloons by full-time balloon twister Drew Ripley.
The Amazing Air-Filled Under-Sea Adventure used more than 40,000 balloons to fill the building’s five-story atrium
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PVC pipe is a versatile material that finds its way into all manner of projects. Check out the tips & tricks on how to work with PVC pipe.
PVC pipe works in all kinds of projects. Whether it's building furniture, making art, or plumbing your sink, use these techniques for a successful project.
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Ah PVC, just the material for the disposable world we live in today.
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