Nadya Peek (@nadyapeek) joined us to talk about making machines that build things.
Nadya's website is infosyncratic.nl, which includes her blog. Nadya's dissertation defense on Making Machines that Make: Object-Oriented Hardware Meets Object-Oriented Software was standing room only.
MIT Center For Bits and Atoms, which studies "how to turn data into things, and things into data."
Machines that Make: MTM.cba.mit.edu