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Nadya Peek

Nadya Peek
Research Assistant , MIT Center for Bits and Atoms

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I work on digital fabrication tools, machine communication protocols, and technology for humans.

Sessions

Location: Festival Pavilion
Nadya Peek (MIT Center for Bits and Atoms)
Average rating: ****.
(4.14, 7 ratings)
How can you rapidly prototype new computer controlled tools? With modular and reusuable subcomponents (including kinematic systems, sensor/actuator interfaces, motion control, and machine interfaces), we enable non-experts to design and build not just new parts, but new machines. Combined with digital fabrication tools, we can produce a whole new range of machines that make. Read more.
Office Hours
Location: O'Reilly Booth (Table A)
Nadya Peek (MIT Center for Bits and Atoms)
Nadya is all set to answer questions about her “Making Machines that Make” presentation. She’ll talk about rapidly prototyping new computer controlled tools, enabling non-experts to design and build new parts and new machines, and producing a whole new range of machines that make. Read more.