A 3D printed functioning Rubik’s cube with GEB extruded through the faces
A pair of origami papers in which the red paper senses how it is being folded and the white paper follows.
This crane silently flaps on its own using shape memory wire in the wings.
The pair of doves communicate wirelessly through radio.
Weekly projects made during MAS 863.10: How to Make (Almost) Anything.
A life-sized pop-up book that you can open up and step into
Two wirelessly linked robotic plush bears as haptic communication devices
An augmented reality environment for musical creation
A scale model of New York Cityʼs blocks on a dime-sized coin.
Recreates M.C. Escherʼs Drawing Hands using two microfluidic channels.
“An opensource library of electronic modules that snap together with tiny magnets for prototyping and play.”