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Tech + Design = MeThu, 10 May 2012 07:00:14 +0000hourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.6.10Comment on Logo Designer – Rob Janoff (Apple Logo) by Jignesh Rathod
Thu, 10 May 2012 07:00:14 +0000http://blog.russelldelatorre.com/?p=1264#comment-555That’s great to know about logos of Apple. Nobody can beat Apple’s perfection! Thanks for the sharing.
]]>Comment on Bioluminescent Algae by Jeremi
Tue, 24 Apr 2012 03:16:14 +0000http://blog.russelldelatorre.com/?p=1486#comment-548Hi Russell,
Do you know of any designed/built examples of this bioluminescent algae? I assume that the above image is photoshopped?
]]>Comment on Week 11 | Final Proposal – “Scout” by The First Scout, Scout 1.0 - Scout UAV - Scout UAV
Sat, 30 Jul 2011 15:40:35 +0000http://blog.russelldelatorre.com/?p=828#comment-505[…] I choose to build Scout out of LEGO bricks for several reasons. First, LEGO bricks are a great prototyping platform. I can build and rebuild my ideas very easily. The cost of materials is cut because I can reuse LEGO bricks. If I were to use a material such as aluminum once I cut a piece thats it I cannot go back. Second, LEGO bricks are accessible to everyone. I want people able to build Scout on there own with minimal amount of tools. Third, going back to my first point, LEGO bricks offer modularity. If I decide later that I want to add another battery bay or a camera arm to the helicopter, I can easily snap those parts into the main design. More info… […]
]]>Comment on Week 11 | Final Proposal – “Scout” by Dustyn
Fri, 09 Apr 2010 18:17:38 +0000http://blog.russelldelatorre.com/?p=828#comment-89Excellent! My only worry is that your estimate for the chassis is on the light side. But you seem to have a good handle on everything else so if that’s realistic given the kits and pieces you have in hand then you should be good to go. I’m looking forward to seeing it fly!
]]>Comment on Week 11 | Final Proposal – “Scout” by lisar
Fri, 09 Apr 2010 11:24:18 +0000http://blog.russelldelatorre.com/?p=828#comment-86very interesting. would be great to see it fly!
]]>Comment on Week 12 | Final Project Proposal – 3D Audio by lisar
Tue, 06 Apr 2010 11:06:03 +0000http://blog.russelldelatorre.com/?p=823#comment-66interesting. like your new web page, too.
]]>Comment on Week 4 – Mousetrap Racer by Racing mousetrap cars at the Whitney Biennial | Making Things Move
Sun, 28 Mar 2010 14:50:13 +0000http://blog.russelldelatorre.com/?p=643#comment-55[…] students of mine, Russ and Kody, built a very minimalist mousetrap racer for their class assignment. Inspired by this idea, I set out to simplify the design even further: use the ping pong ball as a […]
]]>Comment on Week 4 – Mousetrap Racer by lisar
Fri, 19 Feb 2010 12:33:47 +0000http://blog.russelldelatorre.com/?p=643#comment-17this would make a great cat toy! love it!
]]>Comment on Week 2 – LEGO Crane by Dustyn
Sun, 07 Feb 2010 22:39:46 +0000http://blog.russelldelatorre.com/?p=585#comment-11Excellent identification of simple machines used in your lego contraption. You also used the wheel and axle (the crank), gears, and even a screw (you can consider the worm gear a kind of screw). 5 out of the 6 simple machines in one little Lego project – not bad!