OK, so maybe this wasn’t the Madonna you were thinking of. Still, this is awesome! There is a growing community of Decatur Makers who are into photogrammetry – shooting then stitching together 2D images to make a 3D object. Check out Joel’s model yourself here.
Decatur Makers Middle School Girls Makers got a lot done last week: We’ve been hanging on to a few dozen used Estrella beer kegs wondering what we could make. These makers created some beautiful, LED-lit planters – check them out! That wasn’t all – at the same time they scaled up model bridges to make […]
Last Saturday, STEM teachers training with Georgia Tech’s Center for Education Incorporating Science, Mathematics, and Computing joined Decatur Makers to hone their making skills. They used Tinkercad to design in 3D, then printed their creations on our 3D printers. They made lanterns on the Silhouette cutter, and wired them up in the e-shop! Decatur Maker […]
Last weekend Decatur Makers volunteers helped makers from the International Rescue Committee – Atlanta design and build their own aquaponics system. Aquaponics blends aquaculture (raising aquatic animals) with hydroponics (raising plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. Thanks Tommy Barrow, Rus Wood, Cindy Williams, Suzanne Elbon, Neesie Aldridge, Tony Tonnetorre, Irm Diorio, and Ayaz Ahmed […]
Decatur Makers member Brian Rowe is making a desk! He helped take apart a fallen maple and is now reaping the benefits: a 4′ long slab that he’s leveling out with my favorite tool in the woodshop, the CNC milling machine. I can’t wait to see that new desk!