robot fun with #axidraw for #theatermarie #liveperformance pic.twitter.com/kQq7nPZeyp — Michael Flückiger (@miflck) November 13, 2017 In unusual uses for our drawing machines, AxiDraw is playing the role of the master of ceremony in Joël Maillard's ...

Click here to read this mailing online.

Your email updates, powered by FeedBlitz

 
Here is a sample subscription for you. Click here to start your FREE subscription


  1. AxiDraw on Stage
  2. Silicon Valley Hardware Meetup
  3. Gravitrack marble machines by Solarbotics
  4. From the Mailbag: Kitting with Kids
  5. Happy Halloween!
  6. More Recent Articles

AxiDraw on Stage

In unusual uses for our drawing machines, AxiDraw is playing the role of the master of ceremony in Joël Maillard’s play “Last sheet (after the big lack)”, a production about the robotic future being put on by Theater Marie in Switzerland.

    

Silicon Valley Hardware Meetup

We’re excited to be holding the Silicon Valley Hardware Meetup at our shop in Sunnyvale on Wednesday, December 6 from 6:30-9:30 pm. The event is hosted by Supplyframe and Tindie and will have food, drink, speakers and demo time. For full details and to RSVP, head to the event page.

    

Gravitrack marble machines by Solarbotics

GraviTrack

Gravitrack is a fantastic new build-it-yourself desktop-scale marble machine kit from our friends at SolarBotics, and available now at our store.

Gravitrack is available in two versions: A no-soldering battery-powered version (shown above), or a soldering-required solar version. We also still carry the original SolarBotics Marble Machines, in battery and solar flavors.

    

From the Mailbag: Kitting with Kids

Kids with bowls of parts on table

Seamus B. sent in this picture of building Interactive Game of Life kits with kids. After they finished he sent in the video below of it working. We always love to see progress photos, especially when kids are getting into electronics and soldering.

Game of Life

Thank you, Seamus, for sending these in!

    

Happy Halloween!

Paintings of skulls made by WaterColorBot

I also thought you might enjoy seeing the design we were running today in the classroom…

Spencer Yonker sent in these skull paintings made by WaterColorBot in the classroom.

Halloween!

And we had a customer stop in the shop to show off his red velvet skull, with added flickering LED eyes.

Thanks to both of you for sharing your Halloween spirit with us! And Happy Halloween!

    

More Recent Articles


You Might Like

Click here to safely unsubscribe from "Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories."
Click here to view mailing archives, here to change your preferences, or here to subscribePrivacy