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Capturing Memories with MOUSE at the American Museum Of Natural History

In February we developed a fascinating new program with MOUSE: Capturing Memories. MOUSE just posted a great update of their experience. Check it out here, or just read below. Capturing Memories with MOUSE at the American Museum Of Natural History … Continue reading

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How Digital Fabrication Is Advancing Museum-based Science

For the past few week’s I’ve been teasing the TinyTRs (formerly known as TinyTeddys). Working with MakerBot, we’ll be giving out free TinyTRs this Saturday to the first 2,000 visitors at our annual Identification Day. But to be honest, that’s … Continue reading

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The TinyTeddys Are Coming

On May 10th, the TinyTeddys are coming… (teaser link)

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The Present and Future of Digital Fabrication in Museums: Interview with Duann Scott, Shapeway’s Designer Evangelist

In December we had a museum crawl, starting downtown with the new elevator shaft-sized Museum (read my review) then headed up to the Museum of Art and Design in Columbus Circle to see Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital. The … Continue reading

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Taking the New MakerBot Digitizer For a Spin

Last Mother’s day, my two children and I took my wife to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to celebrate the day. We went to see the special exhibit,¬†Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity, which highlighted the “vital relationship between fashion and art … Continue reading

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Presentation on Digital Fabrication at AMNH (Listen In)

The volunteers at the AMMH are amazing. Seriously. Seriously amazing. So when I was invited to speak with them about what we are doing with digital fabrication in the Education department, of course I jumped at it. It’s the least … Continue reading

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Raising the Bar: The Launch of Smithsonian’s X 3D

The bar has just been raised. Someone had to step up and plant a stake in the ground, carrying the banner for the role of digital fabrication in Museums. Today, the Smithsonian has stepped into that role, with its rallying … Continue reading

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