1. Orthogonal/Diagonal, Nova Jiang


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    In Orthogonal/Diagonal LA based artist Nova Jiang uses regional variants of chess found in Asia as seeds for digitally generating 3D printed playable games. Unlike Western chess, many of these Asian games are little known outside their region. Treating each chess variant as a unique iteration of the same ancient system, Jiang reimagines the games as sculptural ensembles of related forms. Nine games will be present for visitors to play for the duration of the exhibition. This video uses footage of a game of Shatar (Mongolian variant of chess) available to play as part of Orthogonal/Diagonal, and excerpt from a conversation between artist Nova Jiang and curator Emma Ng. Special Thanks to the Asia New Zealand Foundation for their generous support of this exhibition.

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    • Maker Galaxy E24: The Making of LiquidOff (Harold Stewart)


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      We’re always talking about the future of design, the future of technology, the future of MAKING. In a world where audio devices can turn dance moves into beats, a world where connected ambient lighting can bring the weather outdoors inside…how do we find the next ‘big thing’? MakerGalaxy is a show that explores the crossroads of Design, Technology, and the Future of Making This week we talked with Harold Stewart, Founder of LiquidOff. LiquidOff is an eco and human-friendly liquid-repelling spray that started off as a side project of Harold’s and he has since raised over $100,000 and counting with over two weeks left to go for his Kickstarter campaign. We’ll talk with Harold more in-depth about how he went from electrical engineering to developing liquid-repelling formulas, how he plans on marketing the product, as well as what he thinks is the best trait of somebody who wants to push their product idea out there. We’ll Be Discussing: -best milkshake in the world? -leaving Jamaica for America and a career in electrical engineering -“…I’m not a good babysitter” -what is LiquidOff? -“you have to take a leap of faith…” -…and more!

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      • Formlabs Engineering: Empire Robotics


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        Mechanical engineer John Amend co-founded Empire Robotics in Boston to give robots a better grip. Their Versaball picks up non-uniform objects using innovative granular jamming technology, allowing a soft surface to conform to irregular shapes. The Form 1+ has proved to be the perfect tool to continue their fast-paced development process.

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        • Formlabs Design: Marcelo Coelho


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          Marcelo Coelho is a multi-disciplinary designer and artist who uses a variety of technologies to create large-scale interactive installations and displays. Based in Cambridge, MA, Coelho is an alumni from the MIT Media Lab, where he was working with the Fluid Interfaces Group.

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          • 3D Printed Wall Art That Makes Waves, Part 1


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            Simple and free online design modeling software is used to make 3D printed canisters for Joel's bathroom. Part 1 of 2.

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            • 3D Printer Project: Cupboard Clips


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              This is a design project from students in Auroa, Taranaki, New Zealand. The students have used a 3d printer to print a latch design for a broken cupboard in the classroom. mrwebbauroa.blogspot.com

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              • 3.00 filament extruder


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                This extruder works with standard types of 3.00 mm filament, allowing extrusion and deposition of ABS, PLA, PVA, rubber, nylon, STICK filament and similar. Thanks to powerful 44Ncm motor, and 1:5 planetary gears, it can drive filament with up to 2Nm of force ! Compatible with ZMorph 1.2.4 and 2.0.

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                • Peek


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                  Peek - A mockumentary

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                  • Orange Maker: Announcing Heliolithography, A New Category of 3D Printing Technology


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                    Visit Our Website: www.OrangeMaker.com June 31st, 2014, Los Angeles, CA – Orange Maker™, the LA-based 3D Printing technology startup, announced today a revolutionary new 3D printing technology (patent-pending), in addition to a professional-grade desktop 3D printer product line. Orange Maker’s proprietary Heliolithography™ (HL) printing process displays significant improvements versus conventional Stereolithography (SL), the standard of professional-grade 3D Printers on the market today-- by offering greater theoretical limits on printing speed, options for a superior variety of compatible printing materials, smoother surface finishes, and a level of detail not achievable in current desktop printers. Music: Breath by Fractal (We do not own the rights to this audio recording, and have asked permission for use of this independent work. No infringement intended)

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                    • Jamie Burmeister 3D Printed Zoetrope Test


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                      Jamie Burmeister 3D Printed Zoetrope Test jamieburmeister.com

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