"You get what you celebrate." In 1989 Dean Kamen created FIRST Robotics to change the culture from one that idolizes entertainment celebrities and sports stars to one that celebrates scientists, engineers and visionaries. Over 20 years later, how much has changed?
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For Adam's Hellboy Mecha-Glove project, he collaborated with other makers to fabricate certain components that were too complicated to build alone. Tested's 3D printing expert Sean Charlesworth visits the Cave to discuss the piece that he produced for Adam and test it for the first time. Watch the full video on Adam's Hellboy Mecha-Glove project here: http://ift.tt/1tFBUrS Camera: Joey Fameli Editor: Tyler Winegarner
Hydroforming is a great way to form bends,cones and other odd shapes using just water pressure from an ordinary garden pressure washer. This video shows how to adapt the hose from the washer and tests out what shapes work and what doesn't. There is a more in depth write up on my website here http://ift.tt/1u4V8u3 follow me on twitter http://ift.tt/1cce3Mn and my Facebook page http://ift.tt/1eAn8sH
On July 27th, SciFi JAPAN TV attended Wonder Festival - Summer 2014! Wonder Festival is a bi-annual event held in the Makuhari Messe, in Chiba Prefecture, Japan with a wide display of "garage kits".
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i-Wei Huang hacks together bit and peices to make beautiful steam powered robots and techno bugs. You may have seen his work before, at his day job Huang develops toys and characters for Skylanders. Subscribe to the all-new WIRED channel here: http://ift.tt/12adH2s Visit the WIRED channel for more video: http://ift.tt/1lUgynV Connect with WIRED Online: Visit WIRED.com: http://www.WIRED.com Follow WIRED on Facebook: http://ift.tt/1cdejnz Follow WIRED on Google+: http://ift.tt/13NHUkY Follow WIRED on Twitter: http://ift.tt/14MRAuV Follow WIRED on Instagram: http://ift.tt/1lUgynY Follow WIRED on Tumblr: http://WIRED.tumblr.com Steampunk Robots and Hacked Bugs - Skylanders - Wired Magazine Starring: i-Wei Huang
Tofugu is keeping its eye on Japan's contribution to the robot world. And today's episode focuses on a contribution that will change the world forever...maybe. Find us on: http://www.tofugu.com/ http://ift.tt/1z073JJ http://ift.tt/WdDfre Music: "News Sting" and "Cut Trance" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0