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
GlueMotor is a plug & play servo motor for everyone --- just plug into your smartphone headphone jack and now you can control anything by your finger! For your prototyping, only need double sided tapes, Lego and GlueMotor!
We launched MakerNurse last year to find inventive nurses around the country who combine the Maker ethic with their own mission to heal patients. After visiting dozens of nursing units, meeting scores of nurses and patients, and testing dozens of medical hardware hacking components, we are finding we can do more to democratize medical fabrication. Makers, nurses and caregivers are at the forefront of this movement. We outline a dozen examples from Brooklyn, TX, CA, MA, VA, and Montana and the maker caregivers behind them. As we create a community that Makes Health, we look at some ideas on how to make it thrive. All of us can DIY Medtech!
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.
These are 3 different boxes with small playfields. Each has 3 balls that continuously trigger bumpers and slingshots that keep the balls in motion. Colored pinballs travel to different boxes through the hole in the playfield.
The International Space Station passes overhead most of the populated areas of the world every day. If only you knew it was there. ISS-Above lights up and sends a Tweet when the ISS is nearby. Built using a Raspberry Pi
Voltset is the first smart multimeter made for your smartphone. It runs a lot of cool and useful apps and connects seamlessly by USB. Voltset is super easy to use, exceptionally accurate and customizable to your need.
RoboTar lets you play any REAL standard guitar by strumming while it does the work of creating the chords for you. Inspired by a lifetime guitarist that lost the use of his left hand after a debilitating stroke.
Gymtrack is a wearable device that tracks the user's movements, and then translates them into an augmented reality 3D video game. Aimed to gamify exercise at the gym, gymtrack will change how we perceive exercising.
We do various innovative and unique PCB based applications, from LED art to motor control and inductive charging. Everything is open source and open hardware, and extensively documented online. Open to Communication.
Imagine having your own building blocks of light that you can sculpt and reshape as you desire with unlimited possibilities. Light up your living space, desk space, work space, outdoors, etc. Do more with Dodecado.
Visit CuriOdyssey's Mobile Museum to experiment hands-on with gears, gadgets, and mechanical science exhibits. Try out your maker skills by designing, creating, and testing your own object that can fly on our runway!