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Viviana Matsuda (they/she) is a Queer, Japanese-Mexican Artist from San Francisco who focuses on handmade pottery production.  Her journey with pottery began following her dad’s passing — he was a ceramist and when he passed she was left with his pottery supplies. She began taking ceramics classes as a creative outlet to work through her grief, which eventually led to the creation of her business Mud Witch. Vivi draws inspiration from her Japanese and Mexican ancestry, as well as the body positivity movement. 
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Unicorn Spit is a paint, gel stain, and glaze concentrate -- all in one bottle! It creates a sparkling, 3-dimensional effect on wood, glass, metal, fabric, pottery, wicker, concrete, laminate and more. Fans love that it's non-toxic and comes in a variety of outrageous colors.
AuthorMichelle Nicole BindingPaperback
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Relax and take a bite out of this tasty guide to creating watercolor paintings of your favorite treats! Watercolor Snacks is for food lovers, beginning artists, and anyone who wants to explore the world of watercolors through easy and accessible prompts and exercises.
AuthorVolta Voloshin-Smith BindingPaperback
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Dinesh Tavasalkar  is a trainer and online instructor from India. He has trained more than 8,000+ students on topics related to robotics, Internet of Things, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Android app development, augmented reality, and virtual reality. Dinesh's online courses have been undertaken by 25,000+ people on Udemy from more than 150+ countries. Some of his popular courses on Udemy include Robotics for beginners, Smartphone Control Robot using Arduino and Android, Build Augmented Reality apps using Unity and Vuforia, and Build Virtual Reality games for Google Cardboard using Unity. 
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Until fairly recently, machining has been a high-cost manufacturing technique available only to large corporations and specialist machine shops. With today’s cheaper and more powerful computers, CNC milling and 3D printing technology has become practical, affordable, and accessible to just about anyone.
AuthorChristian Rattat BindingSoft Cover- Without Flaps
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The Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive, pocket-sized computer that will help you build and code your own hardware projects.
AuthorDan Aldred BindingPaperback
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The BBC micro:bit is a tiny, cheap, yet surprisingly powerful computer that you can use to build cool things and experiment with code. 
AuthorSimon Monk BindingPaperback
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By Rajesh Singh, Anita Gehlot, Bhupendra Singh, Sushabhan Choudhury
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Dr. Rajesh Singh is currently associated with University of Petroleum and Energy studies, Dehradun as Associate Professor and with additional responsibility as Head Institute of Robotics Technology (R&D). He has been awarded as gold medalist in M.Tech and honors in his B.Tech. His area of expertise includes embedded systems, robotics and wireless sensor networks.
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Twenty projects using the Raspberry Pi, a tiny and affordable computer, for beginners looking to make cool things right away. Projects are explained with full-color visuals and simple step-by-step instructions.
AuthorRui Santos,Sara Santos BindingPaperback
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This collection of projects is a fast and fun way to get started with microcontrollers that’s perfect for beginners, hobbyists, parents, and educators.
AuthorMark Geddes BindingPaperback
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By Brian Huang ,‎ Derek Runberg
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With Arduino, you can build any hardware project you can imagine. This open-source platform is designed to help total beginners explore electronics, and with its easy-to-learn programming language, you can collect data about the world around you to make something truly interactive.
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Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred  is packed with fun craft and toy-making projects for geeks on a budget. Inside, you’ll find illustrated instructions for 24 quirky playthings. Part I: Kid Stuff contains child-friendly projects like the Lock-N-Latch Treasure Chest and a PVC TeePee; Part II: The Electro-Skiffle Band is devoted to homemade musical instruments; and Part III: The Locomotivated showcases moving toys, like a muzzleloader that shoots marshmallows and a steam-powered milk-carton boat.  
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