From the electronics enthusiasts to the professional community -- "Ask an Engineer" has a little bit of everything for everyone.
If you're a beginner, or an seasoned engineer -- see what Limor Fried and Phillip Torrone are up to! They have demos of projects and products they're working on, and they answer the audience's engineering and electronics questions.
Limor Fried is an engineer, artist & hacker. She received her M.Eng in EECS from MIT where she developed and built subversive electronic devices, including a pair of glasses that darken whenever television is in view and a jamming device that disables people's annoying cell phone conversations at the press of a button.
Phillip Torrone is an author, artist, and engineer and is senior editor of MAKE. He is also the Keeper of the Blog on Makezine.com. He has authored and contributed to numerous books on programming, mobile devices, design, multimedia, and hardware hacking; he regularly writes for Popular Science. His projects have appeared in Wired, Popular Science, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, G4TechTV, NPR, and elsewhere.
Torrone also produces the MAKE audio and video content on the Makezine.com site.
Prior to MAKE, Torrone was director of Product Development for creative firm Fallon Worldwide, best known for their award-winning work on BMW Films.