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HerArt SheLoves

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+Maker Faire Orlando Sept 12th - 13th at the Orlando Science Center, my version the mascot Stan. Tickets for 2015's Maker Faire now available: http://www.makerfaireorlando.com/attend/

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Looking forward to seeing you at Maker Faire!!
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Sreena madhu

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Discerning the signature will find the LOST
#thesignaturestep  chapter1
http://thesignaturestep.blogspot.com/2015/08/chapter-1.html
                                         Chapter-1               6:00 pm Pennsylvania Mehek Morgan entered the room with great elation and got scandalised by seeing the lights being off and a luscious smell comin...
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I hijacked Donald Duck and grew him some Popeye-forearms.
The PAPERWALKER Journal is the personal weblog of award-winning character designer Florian Satzinger in which he shares bits and pieces of his character design work, processes, visual development, inspirations and reference materials of current, past and future projects, such as 'Toby ...
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Isaac Rodman

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As of this morning this robot is guarding our precious water supply
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hy-der-ate [dalek speak]
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i.materialise

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Simply the 10 best silver 3D prints we've seen lately.
Jewelry designers are embracing the possibilities that come with 3D printing. Let's look at the 10 best 3D printed jewelry items in sterling silver!
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Jan De Coster

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NorBert is a creative exercise. In the summer of 2015 I am experimenting with new concepts and ways to assemble different bodyparts. I am also looking for other designs as a contrast to the style of robots I've been working on until now. It is very unlikely that NorBert will ever evolve beyond ...
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Martin Spengler

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Hard for me to share because this documentation is is not even close to the immersive character of the "real thing"... We did a big scale realtime punch-card generated projection mapping lately: 
https://vimeo.com/133655109
If you happen to be in the Minich/Augsburg region drop me a line and we can meet to visit it, it will be on display untiv end of november!
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Not exactly, we buildt a kund of "runway" because of the tripping hazards and manholes in the floor. It's an abandoned textile industry building that is soon to be transformed into lofts and shops. We allow them to walk in until they are completely surrounded by the projection. But since the projection fills almost the complete room it is quite trippy to walk around inside.
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Game N Gadgets

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These Italian artists have made this fantastic magnifying glass that can help you engrave on materials. It is a simple and elegant tool that has science, art and design principles in it that make its working easy and enjoyable. Named after the Greek god of light, Febo is appropriate for aspiring artists of all ages. …
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Today's warm-up piece, right from my drawing desk onto your screen...
 
The PAPERWALKER Journal is the personal weblog of award-winning character designer Florian Satzinger in which he shares bits and pieces of his character design work, processes, visual development, inspirations and reference materials of current, past and future projects, such as 'Toby ...
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Randy Slavey

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I turned my son's room into a Portal test chamber.
I'm making a note here: HUGE SUCCESS. It's hard to overstate my satisfaction. Continue reading →
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does anybody know the breath-taking liquid magnetic display by ferrolic? really phantastic project, when i saw it i immediately had to research how i could build one on my own. any more comments / suggestions / help? http://assadollahi.de/absolutely-fascinating-organic-display-by-ferolic/
i was immediately fascinated by the organic movements of the drops and my brain couldn't stop thinking about how to build one. we know magnetic particles from adaptive dampening in cars and we also know liquid displays as well as e-paper that turns pixels by a little magnetic current.
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okay, so i have some of that at home. i also ordered a dozen of these little boys, i hope their magnetic field is strong enough: http://www.reichelt.de/?&ACTION=2&LA=2&GROUPID=3180;SID%3D14Vbaj7KwQATYAADO6Fck0de207da4a1881cb3d3bb1ef81fd79d9
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Ryan Szeto

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Hey everyone. The last few days, I've debating about going back to my roots of doing short films. Although all my friends are busy since we've all grown up, I'm sure that I'll be doing a lot of my short movies on my own which isn't impossible. It's been a long time since I've done any movies so I'll cut to the chase. I really like final cut pro for editing but it's a little bit out of my price range at the moment and was wondering if there is something comparable to it. If it falls down to it, I will end up getting it. My filming tech shouldn't be that much of a problem since everything has a camera these days and if I really wanted to get that gritty look to the film at hand. I could reach for an old camcorder that I have. On another note, I'm very able with Adobe products and wondered if any of you out there use After Effects, Illustrator or photoshop for any film editing. Suggestions are welcome and thanks in advance.
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I've went to college for graphic design so I'm pretty familiar with how the Adobe products work and spent a lot of time on different editing tools for when I did film school so learning AE shouldn't be that difficult. The thing that was bothering me is price. Noticed I could pay monthly on Adobe for when I need it so it might be more cost efficient that way so thanks
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Charles Werbick

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The result of me with too much free time.
 
We nerds are not nearly pious enough...
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If anything he was perfectly preserved...
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John Said

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these would sell well :)
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