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Maker Faire Austin 2008

This weekend I went down to Austin, Texas for Maker Faire Austin, the 2008 edition.  ITP resident researchers Rory Nugent and Hyeki Min went with me, as did recent alums So-Young Park and Young-Hyun Chung.   Between us, we took eight … Continue reading

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Istanbul (not Constantinople)

Thanks to Selcuk Artut at Sabanci University, I had the opportunity to go to Istanbul last month to give a workshop based on Making Things Talk. It was a really great trip. The workshop blog contains links to the parts … Continue reading

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7 in 7 notes

I wasn’t able to keep up with the ITP residents during 7 in 7, but I got a couple of projects done. Twitter sign For a long time, I’ve had some pretty little LED displays on my desk from Avago, … Continue reading

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September Travels

I’ll only be there for the Sunday, to co-host a workshop on ubiquitous sustainability with Jen Mankoff from CMU, and Allison Woodruff and Jay Hasbrouck of Intel Research. In Berlin (Potsdam, really), I’ll be attending a fritzing workshop run by Prof. Reto Wettach and André Knörig of the Interaction Design Lab at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany.
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Ants – The MIT Micro Robot Site

Ants – The MIT micro robot site Technorati Tags: electronics, robotics

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