Novelty Automation is an experience to delight, bewilder and surprise. It is a cross between a penny arcade, art installation and Heath Robinson sketchbook.
Back in September 2011 Martin visited the Crossness Pumping Station, built by Sir Joseph Bazalgette and officially opened by the Prince of Wales in April 1865. Martin Evans: This was the Victorian’s solution to London’s sewage problem. The basic idea
A few thoughts on how to stay creative and some homework!
Regular Workshopshed reader Alan recently visited some friends in Hamburg and marveled at the engineering delights he saw there.
The HapPi-Robot is a lightweight solution to get you started with turning your Raspberry Pi into a robot. The range consists of a series of Case4-Kit cases, a H-bridge driver board and mechanical parts kit to get your robot moving.
The Topsy Turvy clock is not my first clock project, however it is my most complex. When I was younger, I made three other clocks, these all used purchased clock modules with a custom face. The first was made for
The ironwork out in the South West corner of London is different to that seen in the centre. In Mayfair and St James I saw lots of railings and balconies. For Richmond, Ham and Kew the focus is on the
I was introduced to Sable & Ox via twitter a few months back and since then have been admiring some of the excellent sculpture, furniture and automata showcased on the site. Sable & Ox work with independent, UK based artists