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- 02/25/16--05:30: Whip Up a Velvety Smooth, Dairy-Free Latte with Chemistry!
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- 09/09/16--06:30: John Edgar Park’s Ultimate Bitters Recipe
Who could resist the fame and glory of a successful art career? Not the people of Katowice, Poland who created collaborative, machine-assisted works of art on the “Public Painting Machine” created by Niklas Roy. Says Niklas: People on the street could paint with the machine by pulling on ropes which […]
This iPhone case is a piece of kinetic art, printed in a single pass, no assembly required. Designer Chris Cordingly, who created it to be an analog fidget relief device, modeled it in Autodesk Maya, and printed it at Shapeways. Says Chris: Back in September last year I decided […]
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I’ll admit it: I'm an enclosure geek. From the sleek, brushed-metal case I got for my first Mini-ITX computer, to the sheet steel box I wrapped around the electronics in my Nerf Sentry Gun build, I put a lot of thought into selecting the right case for the job. For my new Raspberry Pi Model B computer, however, I didn't have to think very long. Not after I first laid eyes on the Barch Designs Raspberry PiHolder.
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Godshot. That’s the elusive goal of espresso fanatics everywhere. Thick with micro-bubble crema and a velvety mouth-feel, and packing explosive flavor, the godshot is pulled too infrequently for my liking. A perfect shot of espresso is the product of many variables, so anything I can do to lock in one […]
Here's an excellent write-up on making a beverage carbonation system from Jeffrey Morgenthaler, bar manager of Clyde Common and drinks blogger extraordinaire. Jeffrey has published some delicious carbonated bottle cocktail recipes on his site, but he gets a lot of questions about the actual act of making them fizz.
Friend of MAKE Niklas Roy built and installed in the Tschumi Pavilion in Groningen, The Netherlands this beautiful sponge ball apparatus to bring the joys of tangible particle acceleration to the people. I love him for it. What was the inspiration? In his words: As I’m a fan of science and physics […]
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