An interview with Dr Lucy Rogers, discussing the the difference between making as a hobby and as a job, and about why we need the Guild of Makers.
Lucy brought in an amazing team who showed us how to use off the shelf parts and free software
My village sits on top of a hill. Obviously, there’s a gravity cart race!
How to Build a Snowman
The Raspberry Pi computer is great.
Taking control of animatronic dinosaurs using Raspberry Pis.
The exciting firecrackers project, from the initial concept right through to installation.
Career adviser didn’t say space junk terminator was an option
"I want to connect my *thing* to the internet"
“Help! We need to hack the dinosaurs.”
I helped Blackgang Chine take control of its animatronic dinosaurs.
"Can you make an interactive variable colour bubble tube - two foot wide and ten foot tall?"
I am not musically inclined, but my brother is. And he requested a Cigar Box Guitar. So I made him one.
I broke my wrist (being chased by animatronic dinosaurs, or something similar) - so obviously I wanted to decorate my cast!
After breaking my wrist and decorating my cast as a Buzz Lightyear Cuff, I needed further surgery and a new cast.
It’s ONLY Rocket Science – An Introduction in Plain English by Lucy Rogers
Build a colour-changing, tweet-reacting orb that requires no previous code or electronic skills!
Is this the Energy Harvesting breakthrough the world's been waiting for?
Dr Lucy Rogers spoke at EMF Camp 2016 about hacking robot dinosaurs
Step by step guide using a Raspberry Pi and Node-RED. pp 44-45 MagPi Magazine 47
What did Dr Lucy Rogers ‘make’ of IBM's World of Watson 2106?
How to control a lot of IoT devices – remotely
Connect your Thing to the Internet for £4
How to: Tweet your shoes to change colour. First Prize in the Internet of Things Builders contest on Instructables
Stacey Higginbothams’ IoT Podcast with Guest Dr Lucy Rogers
Bill Jensen interviews Dr Lucy Rogers for his Future Strong Hero Series
Enchanted Brolly on IBM’s site
Dr Lucy is a judge on BBC TV Robot Wars
Genius of Things Summit February 2017
It’s a cracker! A maker recipe for legal fireworks
Bunny messages using SMS
Ten people to follow if you want a career in AI – by Silicon Republic
Role model interview in develop3d magazine is Dr Lucy Rogers Page 17, April 2017 edition
"What are the key ingredients of a really good #IoT recipe?" @DrLucyRogers explains her maker methodology!
Node-RED in the Factory – Rapanui an eco-friendly clothing company.
Volatile gas sensor and warning light (fartometer)
I spent a week making a Windsor rocking chair – from a tree!
"Come and hack our dinosaurs" – how could I resist a request like this? How I tamed dinosaurs and can train anyone to keep them under control.
12th February 2018
Fed up of waiting in the rain for your bus? Get distracted by emails and social media when you check the bus times app on your phone? #WhereIsMyBus is designed for you!
You can change the colour of my camper van lamp! Just tweet “#Cheerlights” and a colour of the rainbow
In our first careers interview blog, CREATE Ambassador Dr. Lucy Rogers tells us about how she uses 3D printing in her current role and about the career path that has led her into this field.
The judges’ predictions: 8 deadly bots to watch out for in series 10 of Robot Wars
How I design PCB's using CadSoftusa's Eagle PCB Design Software (part 3).
I recently made my friend Matthew a suit with hidden LEDs in it. So that his partner, Hannah, wouldn’t be out-blinged, I made her a disco necklace.
The rocket cupcake stand - complete with cupcakes.
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