Marianne Petit, my advisor from ITP, is now running the IMA (Interactive Media Arts) program at NYU Shanghai. She posted this in an email this morning, responding to questions about how they set up their new classroom.
3D printing is revolutionizing design and production. Scanners like the FARO Edge ScanArm play a vital role in this process with their ability to acquire super-accurate 3D data of physical objects and quickly export it to design software for production.
ideaspace, a "makerspace plus," sells out first round of memberships in a week Elevation D.C. ideaspace, a 16,000-square-foot makerspace, is slated to open in February 2014 in Southeast, about two blocks from the Navy Yard metro station.
This October, we’re adding a little glow to your All Hallows’ Eve festivities. MakerBot® Glow-in-the-Dark PLA Filament for the MakerBot® Replicator® 2 Desktop 3D Printer is now available at the MakerBot Store!
What incredible entries! More than 75 designs were entered in our #backtoschool Challenge, making it difficult to determine our three winners. A big “thank you!” to each and every Thingiverse community member who entered.
River Falls JournalWearable Art fashion showRiver Falls JournalAt left, Melodie Needham designed a dress out of magazines for the 2010 Wearable Art Fashion Show at Gallery 120, and Samantha Schiell modeled it for her.
Random House Children’s Books has acquired Figment, the teen reading and writing online community founded by Condé Nast’s Jacob Lewis and Dana Goodyear in 2010. Lewis has worked at Random House since July.
Introducing Verified Prints We’ve recently launched our Verified Prints program. We’ve been sorting through Thingiverse, testing and pre-slicing files to curate the designs that will give you an easy, high-quality print every time.
It's a sunny Saturday in downtown Oakland, and I'm touring a potential new space for Sudo Room, a DIY/creative/technical hackerspace I've been co-creating with a hodgepodge array of changemakers for the past year. As we're exploring the space, faces both familiar and fresh continue to trickle in. Ryan tells me we'll have to add air-filters to the common room. We could leave them out for now, but the fumes from soldering stations and laser cutters will make for a toxic hangout space and could contaminate the GMO bacteria growing in the next room over, causing a feud between the hardware hackers and wetware hackers: Carbon vs. silicon.
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