Justin Gray builds robots, fire art and just about anything he imagines. Come see what he has created in his lab this past winter! We promise you will be blown away!
A world exists where talented makers create replicas of props seen in film and television. Let Todd Blatt walk you through the creation of over a dozen prop replicas in all made possible by 3D printing. This talk focuses on the recreation of the Sonix Victory 75 radio for the Star Wars SandTrooper Backback, miniature replicas of Han Solo in Carbonite, Green Lantern rings, and many others. Come for a glimpse at how 3D printing is actually used by makers, and the details that people go into when creating movie prop replicas
3D printers are cool, but what are they be used for? All of the jewelry here was designed in a CAD program, and then sent to a 3D printer to be fabricated. Which one is your favorite pair? They'll make a gre
Modern technology used in wearable and mobile electronics is accessible to Makers to build and create via the Beagle Bone boards. This provides demonstrations of how makers have leveraged these advances in wearable projects.
Thanks to the rise of Making as both a cultural and economic force, entirely new categories and market dynamics are rising in Consumer Electronics, Fashion, and other industries with historically high barriers to entry. Simultaneously, digital fabrication tools have become smaller, better, and cheaper. The democratization of manufacturing is driven by and for Makers, and not only will the factories of tomorrow look and operate more like the cloud services of today, but large investments in tools will no longer required. One day in the not-to-distant future, factories will fit in a garage or small office.
The Nautilus, commissioned by Christopher Bently in 2011, was inspired by the submarine in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The the 25 ft art car was built entirely by hand by the crew of Bay Area art collective Five Ton Crane.
Kinetic Steam Works returns with 1920 traction engine Hortense, our lineshaft driving our 1890s printing press and two couches which vibrate and undulate - all powered by steam!
Aristotle speculated that tetrahedrons stacked regularly though space. Buckminster Fuller proposed that tetrahedrons where the building block of the universe. This is a sculptural installation of recursive 3d forms.
Enabling makers to rapidly build embedded electronics, by introducing a new 3D printing component that allows to print conductive material. Building community for users to share and develop designs leveraging our technology.