Archive for May, 2013

HeartPrint movie short 01

HeartPrint movie short 01

This 3D printing video was interesting: Via: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp8E6kaewzw

Adafruit’s Limor Fried on Building a Hardware Company in the US | Disrupt NY 2013

Adafruit’s Limor Fried on Building a Hardware Company in the US | Disrupt NY 2013

This 3D printing video was interesting: Recently, consumer electronics have tended to be more about closing things down then opening them up, but New York-based Adafruit is working to help reverse that trend, and to make it so that people aren’t afraid of what’s inside their devices, and instead become more comfortable with electronics components [...]

3D printable social robots

3D printable social robots

This 3D printing video was interesting: Talk Demo by Limor Schweitzer, Robosavvy – Speaker of NEXT13 Via: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hX0bj0UwAI

Buddy 4000 Intro

Buddy 4000 Intro

This 3D printing video was interesting: Introducing Buddy 4000 – your FUN robot! Buddy 4000 is a classy robot chassis designed to express robot emotions with an artistic flair. Available on the RoboBrrd.com Store now: http://robobrrd.com/store/product/buddy-4000-chassis Learn more about Buddy 4000: http://robobrrd.com/buddy4000 Buddy 4000 is Open Source Hardware, learn more here: http://robobrrd.com/oshw/buddy4000.php Via: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxBnsPA55rQ

MakerBot and Robohand — 3D Printing Mechanical Hands

MakerBot and Robohand — 3D Printing Mechanical Hands

This 3D printing video was interesting: MORE INFORMATION makerbot.com/robohand robohand.blogspot.com MAKE A ROBOHAND thingiverse.com/thing:44150 SUPPORT ROBOHAND Indiegogo.com/projects/robohand When Richard Van As, a woodworker in South Africa, decided to make a set of mechanical fingers, it wasn’t just for fun. He’d lost four of the fingers on his right hand in an unfortunate work accident. For [...]

Make: Believe // Images in Motion: Puppetry to 3D Printing

Make: Believe // Images in Motion: Puppetry to 3D Printing

This 3D printing video was interesting: Kamela Portuges and Lee Armstrong have been making puppets and performing together for over 25 years. Armstrong, who’d gotten her big puppetry break on Jim Henson’s Fraggle Rock, met talented sculptor Portuges at a puppet festival; the two soon combined their talents to create their Sonoma, Calif., studio, Images [...]

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