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Neil Gershenfeld - How To Make Almost Anything

Neil Gershenfeld - How To Make Almost Anything

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Made by Hand Writer turned knife maker Joel Bukiewicz of Cut Brooklyn talks about the human element of craft, and the potential for a skill to mature into an art. And in sharing his story, he alights on the real meaning of handmade—a movement whose riches are measured in people, not cash. Directed and Produced by Keith “keef” Ehrlich Director of Photography Joshua Kraszewski Crowdfunding the commons Makespace Madrid (makespacemadrid.org/) is a physical space where we work with digital fabrication technologies, such as 3D printers, to create projects and prototypes. We use open hardware, such as Arduino, that enable us to turn our ideas into something tangible and useful. Makespace is non-profit association that is sustained without public money or subsidies thanks to periodic fees and other material contributions from its members.

3D Printing Event « OpenWebcast.nl Tue October 25, 2011 @ 10:30 3D printing at home – Seminar 3D printing at home is going to change the way we are living! We will be able to print everything we have designed in the comfort of our home. 3D Printing is hot. All over the world new initiatives start to offer 3D printing services, and more and more companies are using 3D printers for rapid prototyping and/or low volume production. 3D printer prices are getting lower, and some organizations are offering 3D printers below 1000 Euro.

NYC Resistor's Bre Pettis: The Makerbot Revolution Bio Chris Anderson Chris Anderson has served as editor in chief of WIRED since 2001. Neil Gershenfeld: The Future of Fabrication Bio Neil Gershenfeld Beyond his many publications and patents, MIT Professor Neil Gershenfeld is the author of the books Fab and When Things Start To Think, and the technical texts The Nature of Mathematical Modeling and The Physics of Information Technology. His work has been featured by the White House and Smithsonian Institution in their Millennium celebrations, he has been the subject of print, radio, and TV programs in media including the New York Times, The Economist, CNN, and PBS, and has been selected as one of the top 100 public intellectuals. Hackademia: Leveraging the Conflict Between Expertise and Innovation to Create Disruptive Technologies Tuesday, January 24, 12:30 pmBerkman Center, 23 Everett Street, second floorThis event will be webcast live at 12:30 pm ET and archived on our site shortly after. This talk describes two projects that tackle the same issue: how and why do nonexperts contribute to innovation? The conflict between expertise and innovation sits uneasily in academia, where the enterprise hinges on doling out official credentials.

Framapad Lite Connected. This pad seems to be opened in more than one browser window on this computer. Reconnect to use this window instead. Your permissions have changed while viewing this page. Try to reconnect. There are communication problems with the synchronisation server. FAB ACADEMY 2013 Assignment Design a 3D mold, machine it, and cast parts from it. For this week assignment I decided to make a key-ring. 1.- Create a positive mold model I made the model in Rhino and exported it as a .stl file to milling the wax on the Modela.

Taking “Digital” Literally: The Binary Hand Dance! Vi Hart melts my mind again with a totally fun video explanation of binary counting with dancing hands and groovy music. The amount of intelligence, creativity, sense of humor, and the sheer joy of exploring ideas is downright dizzying. She makes it all look effortless. MakerBot BotSounds: Erik Satie's "Vexations" - makerbot - blip.tv MakerBot BotSounds: Erik Satie's "Vexations" "Vexations" (1893) composed by French composer Erik Satie has long been a darling of the music avant garde. (And was particularly inspiring to American composer John Cage.)

Boston Fab Fest: Making Impact FREE TO THE PUBLIC! Boston Fab Fest: Making Impact View full program on City of Boston >> View the Boston Fab Fest Schedule MBTV S02E07 – How Much Plastic? HOME > BLOG > MBTV S02E07 – How Much Plastic? Could You Print A Game Controller That’s Better For Your Hands? Open Source Enthusiasts Dreaming Of Energy Solutions MBTV S02E07 – How Much Plastic? Posted by annelise on Monday, April 16, 2012 in MakerBotTV 4 EmailShare Newsroom - Newsletters - Newsletter - November 2012 - International Fab Lab Association This is the November 2012 Newsletter of the International Fab Lab Association. It is an association of individuals interested in and/or involved in the Fab Lab community. It is a democratic organization run by its members.

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