In this episode, we speak with Will Langford, an engineer and researcher at the Center for Bits and Atoms. CBA – a part of MIT — is an interdisciplinary initiative exploring the boundary between computer science and physical science.
In this episode, Bre and Zach visit with Aaron Panone in his studio in Boston, Massachusetts. Aaron is a self-producing designer and engineer who focuses on making acetate eyewear and custom bicycle components.
In this episode, we sit down with watchmaker, Ian Schon. Ian is in love with watches and the craft of horology. He also makes and sells a beautiful collection of pens, but really for him, the drive is much more basic: It’s about making. Full stop.
In this last episode of Season One, Bre Pettis, co-host of The Edge, talks about the early days of MakerBot. As co-founder and former CEO of MakerBot, Bre played a huge role in popularizing 3D printing and making it accessible to students, educators, and makers.
In this episode, we speak with Tiffany Tseng, a mechanical engineer turned UX/UI designer. As fabrication tools make their way from the factory floor to our desktops, designers like Tiffany have spent a lot of time thinking about how to create powerful yet intuitive and modern interfaces for makers like us to use.
Liz Corbin is a materials designer and researcher. In this episode she talks about biomaterials, and how her organization Materiom is enabling makers and designers to experiment and fabricate with these alternative materials.
The founders of Breakfast share a behind the scenes look at how they approach the design and fabrication of the company's high-tech contemporary art installations. Hint: their prototyping motto is hidden in their name.