Mathew Lippincott’s blog on design and DIY aerospace
August 7th, 2017

Site re-boot in progress

This blog has been quiet for 5 years! Posting my flight projects on left this site neglected. You can click on the “Old Projects” links to see what I’ve been up to.

I’ve got some fun flying stuff in the works. Expect a site re-boot and some new posts after I get back from working the Oregon Eclipse Festival with Guerilla Science.

August 10th, 2012

map of toorcamp, 2012

December 19th, 2011

1st Transcontinental & 1st Trans-Atlantic Balloon Overflight- California Near Space

I’m not up on my balloon news! posted here for the purpose of completeness.  California Near Space  was already slashdotted four days ago.

Amazing, they beat the White Star team and Robert Rochte, who threwdown on transatlantic ballooning earlier in the year with his SDG-10, which appears to still be grounded.

White Star’s not working with off the shelf balloons though– they’ve got a bigger goal: DIY  tropospheric superpressure balloons.  these will be capable of multi-week flights, if successfully built.  Dan Bowen’s talk– Jump to 3:30 into this talk, and see the superpressure tetroon discussion.  5:40, discussion of Rochte’s designs.











September 20th, 2011

Mutoscope for Fernando, on the SIP Blog

My work for the Public Laboratory is partially funded by a grant from the Shpilman Institute for Photography, who’ve featured my Mutoscope on their blog.  Great images I haven’t posted here.





September 19th, 2011

My summer, generalizations only.

Its been so long since an update.  I Spent my summer between Switzerland, studying sanitation with Cewas and Butte, Montana working on community mapping in Centerville through Public Laboratory and the Scoria Residency Program.  Now Molly and I are mentoring a studio at PNCA’s MFA program in Collaborative Design, and I’m teaching a class on an intermedia undergraduate course in Art and Science.  First critique is tomorrow…
Northwestern Centerville, Butte, MT.  rectified

In the mean time, I’m making a cheap kite kit from bamboo and tyvek.

Fled in the air


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