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A4 design challenge @ Gogbot2012

Build a cool reproducible robot out of one A4 size sheet of laser cut material Objective In many Fablabs Lasercutters are accesible to anyone with a good idea. This machine is perfect for cutting trough sheet material with high precision. Reason enough to use it for building cool robots! The contest is open for anyone…

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Dancing Man Finished

The dancing man is ready to be revealed: the presentation is Friday 7th at the Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam. See also a report in Bright..

This is what I am talking about..

Now, print your own!

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Exhibition in ‘de Vrijhof’, Enschede (Netherlands)

Talking about thwarting the Demo-effect. At the opening last Thursday (2011-02-17) of an exhibition of my work I tried to get about 18 of my installations up and running (not simultaneously). Most of them worked (at a second go). Good result all in all – the title ‘don’t worry, everything’s under control’ remains well chosen,…

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Hello world!

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Cool retro interfaces

A very interesting post on retro thing : The optical audio-tapes on the pallophotophone, how would they work? Perhaps a system reminiscent of the optigan organ? I tried to make a similar system once, using a printed disc on a disk-drive motor. Unfortunately my pickup (a photodiode) only picked up 50Hz noise.. (okay, I was…

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Repstrap V2

It is fun to see how deprivation of material can spark creativity! By setting the boundaries for this project to use ONLY the parts of printers and computer junk, you can – will come up with solutions you otherwise wouldn’t have thought of! After last week’s enthusiastic post, reality kicked in hard when trying to…

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Just started today…

Freaky ideas, novel and weird technology.. I do like to live in today’s world, somehow I believe it is getting more and more fun, at least for me… and I hope I can share some of it. Hmm.. that sounds a bit mushy, doesn’t it? The big existential question when starting a blog is always…

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