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"Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories" - 5 new articles

  1. Linkdump: July 2014
  2. StippleGen + Cricut World cup
  3. Romy Randev Solo Show at Jeff
  4. EggBot Visual Troubleshooting Guide
  5. Photos: Silicon Valley STEAM Festival
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Linkdump: July 2014

Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko nucleus


StippleGen + Cricut World cup

World Cup by Krummey

@Krummrey on Twitter writes:

Used #StippleGen2 from @emsl to draw a #WorldCup poster on my explore from @OfficialCricut


You can read more about our StippleGen 2 software in our blog post here.


Romy Randev Solo Show at Jeff

Our friend Romy Randev of Looma is having his first solo exhibit at Jeff in San Francisco. The show features interactive pieces which utilize our Octolively modules and runs through July 30.


EggBot Visual Troubleshooting Guide


We’ve just updated our extensive online documentation for the EggBot with a new visual guide to troubleshooting quality issues.

Pictured above: The natural result if you happen to not tighten the thumbscrew to hold the pen in place: HELLO WOR<ARRRRrrrrrrggggghhhhhhhhh>.


Photos: Silicon Valley STEAM Festival

mobile shark tank

Here are a few of our favorite pictures from the Silicon Valley STEAM Festival today. Above, a mobile shark tank from the San Francisco Bay Marine Science Institute.

Put the engine where?

One of the interesting aircraft on display.

Electric Car Corral

Some of the many electric cars.

Carpet treads for rover

Space-rated carpet treads on a mini-lunar rover to help it get traction in loose dust.

TechShop San Jose Young Makers Lotus

A Lotus from TechShop San Jose with a Young Makers banner on the windshield.

You can check out the full set of pictures on flickr.


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