Scoop Fresh Air Into Your Car with This Window Vent

These triangular vent windows scoop fresh air into your car, which cools the driver by evaporation. It also pushes natural scents into your car.

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These 3D Resin Sculptures Suspend Paint in Mid-Air

Will Atwood’s three-dimensional resin paintings have, on average, twenty layers. They change when looked at from different angles.

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Wondering What to Wear to Maker Faire Bodensee? Costumes, of Course!

Maker Faire Bodensee returns to the German city of Friedrichshafen this weekend for its second annual celebration of cosplay, costumes, upcycling, music, and more!

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How Burning Man Helped the Arts Community Collaborate and Evolve

Find a group near you that does Burning Man projects, and start working together with other makers on extensive collaborative art projects.

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Weekend Watch: Becky Stern Makes Everything

Becky does everything. You'll find craft and design projects, electronics projects, and so much more on her YouTube channel.

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Maker Spotlight: Weijiang Wang

Weijiang works for Makeblock, and among other interesting projects, has used Mblock to make a gramaphone out of paper.

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Edible Innovations: Health-Ade Kombucha Ferments in 100% Glass

Three entrepreneurs came together to start a hair growing business, but discovered their product could also help make delicious kombucha tea.

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Cobble Together a Low-Tech Music Box

Build your own manual low-tech music box from random knick-knacks that you can find around your house or buy for less than $10.

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The MakeShift Challenge: Rescue a Hawk!

Can you figure out how to rescue an injured mother hawk and her family?

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Rediscovering “Lost Knowledge”

A look back at our 2009 column dedicated to lost and marginalized technologies of the past.

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Assemble a Robot Opponent for Air Hockey

Use JJ Robots' kit and your Android phone to build an air hockey partner who's always game.

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The MakeShift Challenge: Trapped in a Condemned Building!

Urban exploring by yourself was a bad idea even before you fell through a hole and became trapped. MacGyver THIS, wiseguy.

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