TweakTown's Editorials content from within our Maker & DIY category - Page 1Below you can find a list of our latest Maker & DIY Editorials reviews, articles and guides that have been published on TweakTown.You can also search by year, hence refining your search further.Refine Content by Year:2015 (4 items)2014 (6 items)2013 (2 items)Connected Cars: The technology is here, so let's enjoy itThere is an amazing blend of technology merging with new vehicles, and connected car technology is accelerating at a fast pace.Future of wearables unknown, but things are looking goodThe wearables market is growing at a rapid pace, and while there is much work left to be done, the future appears to be great.Virtual reality provides great long-term potential, be excitedVirtual reality is something that many don't have firsthand experience with, but it seems that we should all be happy for what is around the corner.Artificial intelligence worries smart people, should we be worried?Recently some really smart and successful people have expressed concerned over artificial intelligence, but should we be worried about it?Project M.A.R.V: The Multi-Rotor Aerial Reconnaissance Vehicle, Part 3In this installment of Project MARV, Charles walks us through the build process of the quadcopter's frame and just how to go about it.Amateur Radio is Still Alive and Kicking: Journey to Becoming a HAMCharles recently started his quest to expand his maker skill set, and decided to take a stroll down the road to becoming a licensed amateur radio operator.Project M.A.R.V: The Multi-Rotor Aerial Reconnaissance Vehicle, Part 2In this installment, we cover the tiny GPS Data Logger that will mount directly to the frame of the quad-copter and allow recording its flight path.Project M.A.R.V: The Multi-Rotor Aerial Reconnaissance Vehicle, Part 1With multi-rotor helicopters getting a bad rap lately, Charles created his own multi-rotor to show that they can be used for more than controversy.Project ATAAPR: Andy the Autonomous Arduino Powered Rover - Part 1Charles walks us through the steps used to create a cheap, autonomous rover that runs off of an Arduino. Let's check out part one now!Hands-on with the TinyDuino and TinyLily Systems from TinyCircuitsTinyCircuits' TinyDuino and TinyLily development systems take the normal bulky development board standard and flip it on its head. Let's take a look.Makerspaces: What are they, and why do they matter?Makerspaces are a major part of the DIY / Maker movement, and this is why you need to be a part of one. Charles explains why in this article.What is a Maker? What it really means to be a 'Maker'Charles Gantt delivers his thoughts on what he and others define as a "Maker", ahead of a flow of DIY maker articles and guides he will deliver to TweakTown.