Jen Schachter stops by to check out kinetic artist Nemo Gould’s most recent work in Oakland, CA. Nemo talks about what inspired his most recent work and how his dream of being an animator morphed into being a sculpture artist. Find more of Nemo’s amazing work on his website, Twitter, and Instagram.
In this Ask Adam, Adam answers ignorantForager’s question: “What’s the best way to interact with famous people that you might see in public? I don’t want to interrupt whatever they’re doing, but I also don’t want to miss out on a chance to meet them.”
When Eric Idle of Monty Python and Spamalot fame Tweeted asking for help in adapting his “little padded case” for his Danny Ferrington travel guitar, Adam immediately raised his hand. After flying to LA to meet with Eric and fetch the case, Adam returned to San Francisco and started this One Day Build. Seven frantic working hours later, a solid case was born.
We welcome back Jen Schachter to the cave as she’s visiting this week to work with Adam on a to-be-announced project. Jen and Adam talk about how they get into the zone when they fabricate and collaborate with others, and how collaboration changes when builders go from the physical to the digital.
With the cabinet prototyping refined, it’s time to start making the real thing! Sean and Jeremy take their arcade cabinet design plan to Zach Radding’s shop, Build Cool Stuff, to CNC all of the main components and test out a few electronic bits that Jeremy has been working on.
Launched in 1982, the Commodore 64 home computer DOMINATED the ’80s … and now it’s back! Jeremy Williams reviews the $80 C64 Mini, which plugs into any modern TV via HDMI and allows you to play your favorite classic video games.
There are SO many drill bits to choose from. Here are the ones Sean Charlesworth uses the most, and how he uses them. (And no, this isn’t a sponsored video.)