Craft 2.0

Craft 2.0
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We've been watching the tech-craft movement stirred up by folks like Make Magazine for a while, now the NY Times picks up on the trend in a lengthy article.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 8 june 2006

We’ve been watching the tech-craft movement stirred up by folks like Make Magazine for a while, now the NY Times picks up on the trend in a lengthy article.

The diversity of robotic kits and the creative possibilities continue to grow, encompassing everything from mechanical insects and beasts to high-tech toy houses and spinning sculpture.

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