I started making colourful stools for kids a couple of years ago in my spare time. Recently I was part of a project to film the process, and this is the result :). The link above goes to a short little teaser and some still photos, or you can go here for the whole video. [more inside]
When the pandemic closed our makerspace to public events, most of our members were also not comfortable meeting in person with each other. It took a while to hit our groove, but we've recorded many great conversations related to 3D printing, electronics, home automation, and all sorts of DIY crafts, tools, and projects. We're always looking for more people to join our community, but just having the YouTube channel has helped us stay creative and together as a community.
I’m really happy to finally finish a new multi-plane animation stand set up after two weeks of building, visiting hard ware stores, hunting for fabric and transporting heavy glass in a suitcase by bus. Link includes a time lapse video showing the building process, followed by detail shots with more information and a test shot inspired by Blade Runner.
A little over a year ago, a technology museum in a Boston, MA suburb, The Charles River Museum of Industry suffered a severe flood, with more than a foot of river water on the main exhibit floor. Restoration and cleanup are still ongoing. We are looking for Boston area companies to sponsor a team (8 people), that will represent them in a one day challenge to build and fire large scale medieval traction trebuchets. [more inside]