These microbots looked familiar? You can easily see them in major toy stores. Here’s how you can make them using easily available household products.
KakiDIY took up this challenge to convert simple, commonly available and usually thrown away Ice Cream sticks into a functional quadcopter frame.
Here’s the step by step guide of the entire journey.
As part of KakiDIY’s community outreach, one of our focus in 2015 was to assist, incubate and accelerate entrepreneurs and startups. Since the Maker Faire 2014 in Penang last year, KakiDIY saw a potential in a talented DIY craft maker who likes to share the creation with family and friends. Through some mentoring, collaborating in showcase events and some sales booth, MC Arts & Craft was founded.
KakiDIY was invited to exhibit in the 2014 Penang Mini Maker Faire. An article was written ahead of the show introducing KakiDIY to the the faire : http://makerfairepenang.com/2014/10/28/recycle-reduce-and-reuse-the-kakidiy-way/
Tired of holding or finding ways to prop your mobile phones or other gadgets up to watch movies? Here’s a simple DIY you can make using just pencils and rubber bands for your gadgets.
Buying off-shelf photo frames may be expensive and for large size like poster sized or custom sized it might be a little difficult. Nothing stopped Jacky PhotoGraphies from making their own low cost, functional poster frames.
These can be used to pin up photos, creative calendars, as a notice board and etc…
Papercrafting is quite interesting, DIY enthusiasts makes realistic looking models from just as basic as using papers, cutting tools and glue. Here’s one very interesting one, making miniature yet detailed and to scale cars by Mkj. Continue reading “Papercraft EvoX and Other cars” »
Photographing small objects can be tricky, especially to isolate that object from other things in the background. To have the image shot from the top all the time tends to be a little boring.
How about making your own Mini DeskStudio? Using just an A4 paper! Continue reading “DeskStudio Photography” »