Inventor | Makertorium Ltd
I'm the Founder of the Guild of Makers (www.guildofmakers.org). and make bespoke items that solve problems. I'm a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and have a PhD in bubbles. I was a judge on BBC Robot Wars and "Inventor in Residence" on the "Josh Widdicombe will make your life better" show. I wrote the foreword to: “Robot: Meet the Machines of the Future” £14.99, published by DK (www.dk.com).
6 days ago
Rings and bracelets have been around for thousands of years. The first major technological advance on these was the wristwatch – which became popular during the First World War. Now, we’re inserting technology in to many things.
3 weeks ago
Using a Key Fob (433MHz) and an Adafruit Trinket, remotely control a motor, pump and/or lights. Use the Trinket to make it switch on for a pre-determined time, then off again.
4 months ago
A dressmaker wanted some eight-inch tall mini-mannequins to show off her bespoke dress designs. Could I help?
6 months ago
So she sat down in the village square, drew some water from the well, and started to boil some water. Then, she very carefully searched around the north side of the square. Children came to watch her ...
8 months ago
What Lucy thought of MakerFaire UK 2018...
8 months ago
I know the children are our future and all that, but sometimes I think they get all the fun. So I am really excited to be going to the UK MakerFaire in Newcastle 28-29 April 2018.
10 months ago
BBC have dropped Robot Wars. What's next?
Control system for DC incandescent light bulbs using Raspberry Pi and potentiometers.
Steampunk style sign, using a mirror, a laser cut logo, some 24V DC bulbs and some wires ...
Meeting people virtually is great. For me, meeting them in real life is even better.
The General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) ports on development and microprocessor boards generally