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MakerCon is a short conference put on by Maker Media in the week leading up to Maker Faire about the business of making. Gael with InMoov. 3D printing is a common maker topic, and MakerCon brought a few different twists to it. Above is Gael demonstrating InMoov, an open source 3D printed ...
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Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. Making the world a better place, one Evil Mad Scientist at a time. Evil Mad Scientist. Main menu. Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. Home · Products · Blog · Forums · About · Contact. Search. Etch-A-Bits. Posted on May 12, 2015 by Lenore ...
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We have a book coming out! Coming soon: The Annotated Build-It-Yourself Science Laboratory is a new, updated version of Build-It-Yourself Science Laboratory, the classic 1960′s hands-on science book by Raymond E. Barrett. The book is scheduled to make its debut at Maker Faire next week, ...
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Looks like I'll have my copy in time to get Windell to sign it at the Makerfaire.
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Erin posted on the Make blog about large scale CNC projects at Fab Academy, including a CNC workstation cart based on our design made by Lina Monaco. Lina goes into more details in her post here. To design it I started from the Evil Mad Scientist's CNC Workstation Cart redrawing to adapted it to ...
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Each time the program is run, an initial population is created with 50 individual designs — each with random values assigned to the eight parameters. You then rate each individual design before evolving the next generation. The algorithm chooses individuals to carry on to the next generations ...
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Look what just arrived in the mail– Blinky AVR Earrings! Blinky AVR Earrings. Not long ago, Rick posted on twitter about the ATtiny84 blinky earrings he had made, inspired by my voltage regulator earrings (which I now fasten on with the appropriate phillips screw).
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The Annotated Build-It-Yourself Science Laboratory has arrived! We've got them in stock and are now offering signed copies at our store, too! “Would you like to know more?” I'll be speaking about the book at Maker Faire this weekend, on the DIY stage. Scheduled times are Friday at 2:30pm, ...
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Now if I had had that 60+ years ago I had a dad that would have helped me get some of that stuff.
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We've just finished a major update to our store, giving it a much needed facelift and now much more mobile friendly. Woo! Print Friendly Version of this page Print Get a PDF version of this webpage PDF · Email Facebook Twitter Google+ tumblr Pinterest Reddit StumbleUpon ...
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I am extremely excited that I'll be at Maker Faire moderating the panel Looking Back at Maker Faire on Sunday, May 17 at 11 am on Center Stage. My panelists include long-time Maker Faire stars: Fritz Grobe and Stephen Voltz of EepyBird; Jeri Ellsworth of Technical Illusions; Mark Frauenfelder of ...
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See you there. Please come by my tent for safety glasses!
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Fixing Computer Space, the 1971 arcade game; Ethanol-shaped bottle opener @ Shapeways; Lunar Lava Tubes: Nice place for a moon base! Modern alternatives to the HTML tag. Word vs LaTeX: Which is more productive? (It depends, of course.) Paper: Source of perytons identified.
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Last fall we wrote about NanoBeam, a new super-miniature open source aluminum T-slot profile construction set that was on Kickstarter at the time. While comparable in design to industrial profile systems like 80/20, its cross section of just 5 mm × 5 mm is comparable to a stud on a lego brick.
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We had a great time at RoboGames demonstrating the EggBot over Easter weekend. Thanks to the contestants in both Combat and Bartending Art Bots categories that we were privileged to judge. Erin. Photo by Jim St. Leger. Congratulations to our friend RobotGrrl, who took home a gold medal in the ...
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Evil Mad Science LLC was created in 2007 to produce open source and other DIY-oriented hardware, in support of our project blog, Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories continues today as the R&D arm of Evil Mad Science.