The Greenbelt Makerspace lending library is taking a break for the holidays, and will open again on Jan. 7 and following Saturdays from 10am to noon. Few people were coming by on Friday evenings and the Sunday session was driven [...]
Our second annual meeting of the Greenbelt Makerspace Cooperative membership will be held on Sunday September 30, 2018 at the Greenbelt Makerspace in Roosevelt Center from 4:30pm to 6pm. New and renewal membership is $20/year. MakerSpace Annaual Meeting Dowload [...]
Coming to a MakerSpace near you... the next in the DIY series is an Origami How-To. Featuring a range of projects from simple to complex you can learn the Japanese art of paper folding.May 2nd, 2015 from 4:00 pm to [...]
I knew Legos were useful for more than just toys. Here's an idea to try. http://lego-surprise.dailymegabyte.com/he-shows-concrete-using-legos/ LEGOs aren't just for playtime. And you'll see why after watching this.
http://inhabitat.com/classic-vw-camper-van-to-be-revived-as-a-battery-electric-vehicle/ Speaking to Autocar, a Volkswagen board member revealed that the iconic Camper van is set for an electric revival.
http://gizmodo.com/robotic-player-guitar-shreds-on-its-own-1697316032 It started nearly thirty years ago, when Ben Reardon encountered a robot playing a classical guitar at the 1988 World Expo in his hometown of Brisbane, Australia. He was only a teenager at the time, but he knew right [...]
http://inhabitat.com/solar-pocket-factory-diy-machine-can-print-a-solar-panel-every-15-seconds/ Inventors Shawn Frayne and Alex Hornstein have created the Solar Pocket Factory which prints high quality microsolar panels every 15 seconds.
http://www.sciencealert.com/it-turns-out-there-s-truth-to-dead-battery-bounce-after-all This article was written by Mark Lorch from the University of Hull . It was originally published by The Conversation. It sometimes seems as if AA batteries breed when left alone in dark drawers around the house. As children [...]
http://inhabitat.com/this-3d-printed-violin-has-a-classic-sound-and-a-look-straight-from-the-future/ Using 3D printing technology, MONAD Studios created an ensemble of futuristic instruments.
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