Makerspaces are places where people share tools and knowledge to build whatever they want. Developed out of MIT's "Fab Lab" concept, hundreds have sprouted up all over the country in the last 5-10 years. They function like a community center, with tools - or in the case of Hatch (or HATCH), a "tool collection" and
I don't know if you all have heard of Digital Direct Manufacturing (DDM), but thanks to my work with the SLA 3D printer manufacturer, Formlabs, I have become very familiar with the subject. I recently held a webinar talking about this new wave of manufacturing, and what it is.
At one point I tried to do a drone startup. It was a long project, and lasted about three years. It didn't end in a fireball or anything like that - heck, that would have at least provided some Youtube videos. It ended with a silent passing on: killed as it struggled to open its
Hey everyone! It’s been awhile - I’ve been giving talks in LA, Las Vegas, and Orlando at the Gnomon School, ACTE 2016 and FETC 2017 conferences.If you don’t know who or what those are, let me tell you: Wikipedia refers to the Gnomon School as the “MIT of computer graphics”, ACTE stands for the Association