- Paperback: 304 pages
- Series: Electronics
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education TAB (October 19, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1259644251
- ISBN-13: 978-1259644252/li>
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 10.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
Start-to-finish, fun projects for makers of all types, ages, and skill levels! The Big Book of Makerspace Projects is an easy-to-follow guide. In fact, it features dozens of DIY, low-cost projects that will arm you with the skills necessary to dream up and build your own creations. Furthermore, The Big Book of Makerspace Projects: Inspiring Makers to Experiment, Create, and Learn offers practical tips for beginners and open-ended challenges for advanced makers. As a matter of fact, each project features non-technical, step-by-step instructions with photos and illustrations to ensure success and expand your imagination. No doubt, you will learn recyclables hacks, smartphone tweaks, paper circuits, e-textiles, musical instruments, coding and programming, 3-D printing, and much, much more!
The Big Book of Makerspace Projects: Discover how to create
- You will have a look at brushbot warriors, scribble machines, and balloon hovercrafts
- Imagine that you can create smartphone illusions, holograms, and projections
- Would it interest you to create paper circuits, origami, greeting cards, and pop-ups?
- Also, you will find how to create dodgeball, mazes, and other interesting Scratch games
- Organs, guitars, and percussion instruments are other thing you can do
- Besides the above, you will learn how to create Sewed LED bracelets, art cuffs, and Arduino stuffy
- Interested enough? You will also learn how to create Makey Makey and littleBits gadgets
- Moreover, you learn about programs for plug-and-play and Bluetooth-enabled robots
- Also, do not overlook 3D design and printing projects and enhancements
About the Author of The Big Book of Makerspace Projects
Colleen Graves (Denton, TX) is a high school librarian and blogger, obsessed with Learning Commons transformations, Makerspaces, technology education, making stuff, and getting girls involved in STEM. She offers the unique perspective of starting/creating two different makerspaces and Girl STEM groups in established public schools.
Aaron Graves (Denton, TX) is a school librarian with 15 years of experience. He is a mash-up of robot geek, book lover, and tech wizard. Aaron gained his perseverance for projects through collaborative and interactive art experiences as a member of the Good/Bad Art Collective.