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Nicole made a water-powered boat – It has an upside-down bottle with a hole in the cap (and a bendy straw glued into the hole), all suspended above the water. When you fill the bottle, a stream of water comes … Continue reading
Here are the interviews with the featured makers from last week’s event: David Forbes makes nixie tube displays. Roger Wood makes beautiful steampunk clocks. Five Ton Crane (Sean Orlando, David Shulman, Alan Rorie) make a giant raygun gothic rocketship. Julie … Continue reading
As one facet of the Summer of Tinkering , we have been working on testing out ways to communicate with visitors why we have chosen the exhibits currently in the tinkering studio. As well we have been thinking about ways … Continue reading
You can now see all the tools from the Future Farmer’s workshop, where we created tools that allow us to see beyond our biological perceptions and that affect our understanding of the world. see the tools!
This is the latest mutation of the mylar light box that we have been playing with in the Tinkering Studio. This iteration is a full wall made up of hundreds of mylar tubes, which are sandwiched between two diffusing filters. … Continue reading