Author Archives: Jeremy Briddle
The Tucson Inventors Group will hold their first meeting at Maker House on Tuesday, April 15 at 6pm! “In this group we will explore all avenues of inventing including innovation, product design, licensing, prototyping, manufacturing, distributing, marketing, patenting etc. There more »
Peter’s amazing Open Source CT Scanner is featured in MAKE 38: High-Tech DIY, available online and in bookstores like Barnes & Noble right now. Peter is a Ph.D and a postdoctoral researcher. He earned his degree at McMaster University in more »
Sundays at 4pm Free, Open to the public Children welcome At Sustainable Sundays, we discuss methods for living a sustainable and environmentally-conscious lifestyle. Attendees are invited to bring their own ideas and topics for discussion. This week at Sustainable Sundays, more »
Well, this went under our radar! Way back on February 26, Mayor Rothschild gave his 2014 State of the City address. During the section discussing downtown redevelopment, he mentioned Xerocraft as a draw for young artists, coders and hackers. From more »
Tucson’s first fair for makers was a grand success! The rainy day couldn’t keep the builders and artists from seeing what Tucsonans can do! We’ve posted a picture album on our Facebook page which you can view here. If you more »
University of Arizona journalism student Yara Askar produced a documentary describing what Xerocraft is all about. Take a look below.
Our piece from KUAT’s Arizona Illustrated is up on YouTube in glorious 1080p! Be sure to swing by Maketopolis on Saturday, 10am to 4pm. Find more here.