Support Eyebeam Book Launch: Making Things Move

December 11, 2010 At Eyebeam
Hours: 4PM-7PM
Cost: $10 admission to Holiday MIXER / optional $5 workshop

We are proud to announce Eyebeam Alum Dustyn Robert’s long-awaited new book, Making Things Move: DIY Mechanisms for Inventors, Hobbyists, and Artists published by McGraw-Hill. The book grew out of a class Dustyn teaches at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) called Mechanisms and Things That Move. Dustyn completed the book as a resident here at Eyebeam.

Come out and celebrate Making Things Move at our year-end party Holiday MIXER on December 11. We will be making mouse-trap powered cars (a featured project from her book) from 4PM-6PM, and then at 6PM we will host a Grand Prix and champagne toast to Dustyn and her achievement.

Making Things Move will be available in the Eyebeam bookstore starting December 11, and is also a prize in our Holiday Raffle.

Projects: Making Things Move
People: Dustyn Roberts
Tags: mousetrap powered car, mixer, Holiday MIXER