Make: magazine is your center for all things do-it-yourself. With university makerspaces and machine shops, you have everything at your fingertips to make some incredible (and personal!) holiday gifts. Here are some ideas, courtesy of the magazine: Continue reading DIY Holiday Roundup
There are tons of viral videos of houses with twinkle lights programmed to music, but what about a dorm room? See what happens when University of Nebraska engineering students don’t want to study for finals. (Note: ASEE endorses studying for finals!)
Graphics have obviously come a long way since the first video games. The 8-bit Guy shows you how and why the oldest gaming graphics worked, and how programmers learned to code them! When you’ve watched this, head to his channel to watch the next videos in the series.
In 2015, the Megabot, Inc. from the U.S. challenged Japan’s Suidobashi Heavy Industries to a giant robot duel. That fight took place in October. Watch it in all its glory!
“Rick and Morty’s unique spin on the multiverse isn’t meant to reflect real physics. Yet physicists who study the cosmos appreciate the fact that it is bringing an esoteric scientific debate, whether there is such a thing as the multiverse, into the public spotlight.” So says Slate.com, which eyeballs the unusual underpinnings of the science (such as it is) behind Rick and Morty. Read about it here.