What happens when you examine foods we consume with a massive high powered robotic microscope? You get a 1,000,000 megapixel seamless photograph with a revealing look with each bit and byte.
Our goal is to solve complex engineering problems by designing products that enrich everyday life. Enjoy taking photos with Photo Bot, cutting your cookie designs with Cookie Bot, and building models with D.Bug Model Kits.
A digital take on the classic 8x10 view camera, this camera is built from the ground up. It uses a conventional scanner as the image sensor to take monstrously large photographs—literally hundreds of megapixels.
Talon Mounting System is a multi-angle clamp that mounts an action-cam to your bicycle easily and securely. It utilizes a quick-release cam-clamp connected to an innovative ball-and-socket mechanism to set the desired view.
Tintype Photography from 1851. The first inexpensive art form to capture an image, was the ''Tintype'' photograph. The average person could afford to have their photograph taken ( $.25 - $1.00) and mailed to a loved one.
Maker is a feature length film that looks into "the Maker Movement and its impact on society, culture and economy in the U.S." The cast includes founders of the Maker Faire, as well as maker entrepreneurs who made it big.
RadioShack is proud to sponsor the Learn to Solder Area at the World's Maker Faire in New York. Come stop by RadioShack's booth to learn the basics of soldering with our great Blinky LED Robot project.