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Recently Hod Lipson, Jason Yosinski and Jeffrey Lipton from the Creative Machines Lab presented on Fab@Home and Fab@School at Maker Faire in NYC. Check out their talk
This past week we demoed the Fab@Home at the AAAS and showed off some of the work done by Hod Lipson, and Larry Bonassar of Cornell University on Bio printing. As a result the BBC recently published this story bellow.
We have re organized the Launchpad into a project group. There are now separate projects for the Model 1 code, the FabInterpreter, FabStudio and other Fab@Home related projects. This will allow us to organize better as we develop more code. You can access each subproject from the fabathome project group or from their individual Launchpad pages.
The Fab@School project is a collaboration between Cornell's Fab@Home project team, The University of Virginia Curry School of education, and other collaborators. The project aims to advance STEM education by incorporating Digital Fabrication into elementary school curriculum. Five projects were selected from amongst 800 submissions worldwide.
It seems that there is now another acrylic vendor for Fab@Home, Hines Design Labs!
We would like to thank Makerbot, Fabbaloo, and Open3dp, and Adafruit for their kind words. Check out their Blog Posts about us.