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Michael Shiloh
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Teach me to Make
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Michael Shiloh

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Michael Shiloh

Michael Shiloh
Company: Teach me to Make
Title: Co-founder
Location: San Francisco, United States
Fields of operation: Education, Science

An engineer by training, an artist by choice, and now a teacher of both, Michael Shiloh leads workshops for adults and children, showing them how to build gadgets, contraptions, robots, and kinetic sculptures.

Michael's art includes robotic sculpture and experimental furniture incorporating concrete and broken glass. He has collaborated with experimental machine art groups such as Survival Research Labs.

Michael designed embedded hardware and software for high-speed image processing, robotics, and industrial control, and most recently served as community liaison for an open-source and open hardware Linux based cellphone project. Michael co-founded MakingThings, a company which designs and builds electronics for inventors, artists, and hobbyists.

Michael has taught electronics, mechanics, and physical computing at numerous institutions including the San Jose Tech Museum of Innovation, the California College of Arts, Stanford University, and Make Magazine's art and technology Make Mobile, bringing Maker Faire projects to under-served schools.


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