The family and I had a wonderful time on Saturday at the Craft Lake City DIY Festival. We met some amazing people who make incredible stuff and we made some new friends. Salt Lake City is truly a city full of talented people who have a passion for art, music, food, technology, and engineering. The […]
Earlier today the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced an updated version of the Raspberry Pi B, the Raspberry Pi B+. It is not Raspberry PI 2.0, but rather a set of smart updates to the B model. Some of the notable changes include more USB ports, A/V port combined, power moved to the bottom, more power protection, micro […]
During the Nation of Makers the question was asked “how do we get makers to focus on more diverse problems?” Maybe the answer is just find more makers who have more diverse problems. For example, here is a lawyer in Russia who is an outdoorsman and a maker who has made a way to turn […]
Our goal for World Maker Faire 2014 is to have a non-video video game with us: Pi Pal Asteroid Blast. Using your laser cannon blast away the asteroids and save Chip as he flies through space on his way to the Maker Faire. (Yes, we know Chip is always in trouble somehow.) We hope the game is […]
Full Color. Exciting. 188 pages filled with 45 projects plus more for makers of all skill levels. Soldering Sunday is proud to be distributing the Arduino Project Handbook written and published by Mark Geddes. This book is perfect for groups, schools, libraries, makerspaces, families and individual makers alike. Mark wrote this book because, in his words: […]
Found this through NashMicro.net it is a video by Alex Gorischek and as Alex has “demonstrated the construction of simple digital computers (specifically, binary logic gates) using pulleys and weights.” This would be great to build in Minecraft!