1. Stealth Wear
The NY Times discusses the plans for Stealth Wear, clothing that can shield people from facial recognition software and drones. Our friend, Becky Stern from Adafruit Industries contributes some excellent thoughts on the subject. It’s a great read for anyone interested in wearables and the budding countersurveillence trend.
It has become increasingly easy to record the sights and sounds we experience throughout life, however, it is not easy to record scent. Amy Radcliffe has created Madeleine, a beautifully designed scentography camera that addresses this issue. Read more in this article from the Creator’s Project.
Instructables teamed up with MakerBot to host 3D printing month. The month long campaign challenged those with a 3D printer to create a new design and for those without one to share their plans for a 3D printed creation. The entries for the contest are excellent. You can view them all here.
We are Pixar fans, and we are excited to have a glimpse in to their creative process. What’s your favorite piece of advice?
Do you love Drawing Machines as much as we do? Checkout this video to learn more about Harvey Moon’s creations and philosophy on art.