Thomas Kumlehn of Pixel Partner sent me a nice email regarding the iPad Chair. He did a roughly similar Instructable to mine on an iPad 3-D viewer. This is another laser cut flat-pack iPad holder, but this holds the iPad in the perfect location for viewing stereoscopic 3D images and video. He uses a readily […]
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I am working on a fun, geeky project and I needed a little stand for an iPad. I am not a real fan of the Apple company, but my wife got this though work and it will be perfect for my project. I love this flat-pack style of construction and I was inspired by my […]
I am just amazed, and I am not easily amazed. I saw this SketchChair application at the Ponoko Blog. This is just plain amazing. I love Flat-pack and this is like Flat-pack crack. This program is a collaboration between Greg Saul and the JST ERATO Design UI Project in Tokyo. This is a Processing based […]
I saw this flat-pack inspired inspired playhouse over at inhabitots. Flat-pack is a form of a Ready-To-Assemble (RTA) product that ships in a flat state. The latest flat-pack craze is to see how efficiently you can pack the pieces into the raw sheet. The parts usually can be assembled without fasteners. Gregg Flieshman has taken […]
This is a handy Plug in for Google Sketchup. It slices a solid model so it can be cut on a laser cutter or router. It is called SketchUp SliceModeler. You can get it here. It costs EUR 10. Here is a tutorial for using it.