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Meet OnHub A router for the new way to Wi-Fi.

Posted by GarageLab on August 28, 2015 at 1:40pm 0 Comments

Google promises a faster connection, smarter, longer range, better interface, among several other advantages, all in a cylindrical design device, way different of the traditional routers available on the market.

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Augmented Reality Sandbox Using a Kinect

Posted by GarageLab on August 28, 2015 at 1:32pm 0 Comments

Want to make all your 5 year old son’s friends jealous? What if he told them he could make REAL volcanoes in his sandbox?

It’s not actually that hard to set up! The system consists of a good computer running Linux, a Kinect, a projector, a sandbox, and sand. And that’s it! The University of California (UC Davis) has setup a few of these systems now to teach children about geography, which is a really cool demonstration of both 3D scanning and projection mapping. As you can see in the animated gif above, the Kinect can track the topography of the sand, and then project its “reality” onto it. In this case, a mini volcano.

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MIT shows the 3D Printer that prints glass.

Posted by GarageLab on August 27, 2015 at 1:59pm 0 Comments

Despite the equipament called G3DP still presents some limitations, the aplications and possibilities for this 3D printer that prints glass are huge. The material is heated as processed in two chambers reaching more than 1000°C.

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Atmel releases single-wire device that dispenses power supply

Posted by GarageLab on August 26, 2015 at 2:12pm 0 Comments

The AT21CS line of EEPROMs from Atmel, uses a Single-Wire Interface and dispenses a power supply. the energy that the chip needs to operate is taken from the data pin. The device includes 1Kbits of capacity and a single number of 64 bits that can be acess by the application. 

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Welcome to The Internet of Compromised Things

Posted by GarageLab on August 25, 2015 at 7:55am 0 Comments

Every time you use WiFi, ask yourself: could I be connecting to the Internet through a compromised router with malware?

It's becoming more and more common to see malware installed not at the server, desktop, laptop, or smartphone level, but at the router level. Routers have become quite capable, powerful little computers in their own right over the last 5 years, and that means they can, unfortunately, be harnessed to work against you.

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The Uncanny Lover

Posted by GarageLab on August 24, 2015 at 5:30am 0 Comments

Looking for robotics on internet, we found this video from the New York Times. It presents the work of Matt MacMullen from Abyss Creations.

The video begins by presenting Denise, a character (AI) that says it dreams to understand the meaning of love and have a body to become the first sexual robot.

The creator considers himself an artist, and says that always want to carve womens and intends to incorporate artificial intelligence and robotics to their creations.

He highlights the two main points in this job; the AI and animatronic, as a challenge to creat a experience more realistic, that can truly envolve.

Matt understands that your robotic dolls, although rich in details, colors and textures are seen as dolls. He believes this is how it should be, keeping a distance of super realistic. He doesn't want his creations…

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MIT Robot Steals Human Brains to Help It Balance

Posted by GarageLab on August 21, 2015 at 5:30am 0 Comments

Based on every horror/sci-fi movie I’ve ever seen, squishing an actual fleshy human brain into a robot would make it unstoppable. And probably evil. Sooner or later, I’m sure someone is going try it for real. Until they do, what’s almost as good is letting a robot borrow an actual fleshy human brain to help it balance and complete tasks requiring sensing and dexterity. It’s like teleoperation, except the user’s brain and body are controlling the robot directly, from inside a haptic suit.

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British highway will recharge your batteries as you drive

Posted by GarageLab on August 20, 2015 at 5:42am 0 Comments

Smart roads can be smart in many ways—say by anticipating traffic jams or by conversing with a car’s autopilot to improve safety.

They can also converse with your car’s battery to transfer power to it. It’s a scheme known as magnetic resonance coupling, and it was pioneered in a small Korean tram system two years ago. Now Britain is planning a pilot project using the same idea. It’s to begin later this year, and if it proves out, the government says it will proceed with tests on actual roads.

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Chaos Communication Camp 2015

Posted by GarageLab on August 18, 2015 at 7:00am 0 Comments

Last August 17th ended the CCC2015, an international event gathering 5000 hackers from all of the world in a camp of 5 days. The organization offered participants a cool atmosphere and a 10 gigabit connection to internet.

A creative way to know the place is watching the video made with an RC car made by one of the participants.

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3D printing of a steel bridge

Posted by GarageLab on August 18, 2015 at 6:56am 0 Comments

The MX3D team, a start-up from Amsterdam, attached an industrial robot with a software developed by them and created a 3D printing equipment that prints metal. Now they are even printing a bridge.

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