The Oakland maker scene is leading city-level change that will affect the future landscape of Oakland for industrial artists, small local businesses, and even the future of manufacturing in the Bay Area.
The Mens Amplio is larger-than-life interactive art piece that translates your thoughts into LED lighting and fiaaaah.
GeekTech visits Genspace, a community biolab that opens it doors to non-scientist types who want to get into biotechnology and biohacking.
A small Oakland-based company is out to make things out of wood, ceramic, newspaper, and even cement—and build structures with it, too.
If you ever wanted a greeting card with a difference, check out the upcoming augmented reality Gizmo cards.
Ivan Sentch, a New Zealand retro car enthusiast, is 3D printing a replica car using a Solidoodle 2 printing that’s been printing non-stop since Christmas.
If you or your kids want to learn about biology while having fun, make a microscope out of Lego. Carl Merriam did.
The Dreambox, a vending machine in Berkeley, California, contains a 3D printer that can print out almost anything you want: bottle openers, phone cases, or customized shot glasses, among other items.
We take a tour of MakerBot’s brand new 50,000 square foot factory.
We talk to botObjects co-founders Mike Duma and Martin Warner and learn more on the first-full color 3D printer.