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Cosplayer Uses Engineering Background for Over the Top Costume Effects

Chrissy of Engineering Couture creates cosplay designs with a mix of artistry and DIY tech. Her steampunk Dalek dress actually has steam!
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How to Design and 3D Print Your Own Custom Gaming Miniatures

Learn how to combine 3D models in Meshmixer to make your own miniatures.
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New Project: Build a Steampunk Sonic Screwdriver

In the British Sci-fi series Doctor Who, the time traveling Doctor often uses his sonic screwdriver to rescue his companions and save the day. Now you can build your own version that lights up and emits actual sonic vibrations from a high revolution mo…

Decorate Your Garden with Doctor Who Stepping Stones

Ready to bring some serious geek cred to your garden? You’ll definitely want to carve out some time this weekend for this delightfully unexpected Doctor Who-inspired stepping stones project! To the uninitiated, these lovely stepping stones will j…

Making a Sonic Screwdriver

For the upcoming Nashville Mini Maker Faire, NashMicro is hosting a booth where they will be allowing participants to build “sonic screwdrivers”.  The screwdrivers will be part of a joint exhibit between NashMicro and the LeanKit TARDIS. …

LeanKit TARDIS is a Timey-Wimey Thing

When LeanKit’s growth started creating close quarters for its employees, their CEO, Chris Hefley, had a plan for expansion – make it bigger on the inside!Read more on MAKE

Tardis Bookshelf is a Who-ot!

Hannah Moulden and her dad built this really cool project in their UK rec room. A bookshelf is housed in the facade of a Doctor Who Tardis phone box.Read the full article on MAKE