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Started this discussion. Last reply by Gilmar Barbosa Aug 27. 24 Replies

Hi guys,It doesn't matter if your lab is in a garage, in an office, in your room or behind the washing machine.It doesn't matter if it is a mess or organized. This topic is to show where you develop…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Christopher Chang Nov 5, 2012. 21 Replies

Hey guys,It doen't matter if you make in your garage, apartment, office or even in the laundry. We are sure that cool stuff is coming from there.So, SHARE them! We really want know about the robot,…Continue

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Per Holmquist has always had a finely tuned ear for music. “When I hear a song for the first time I know, ‘Okay it will be a hit,’” he says. But he never learned to play an instrument. Taking lessons and learning how to read sheet music for a new instrument would be too hefty a commitment, so for his graduation project at Beckmans College of Design in Sweden, the student designer (and disc jockey neophyte) built a foolproof digital percussion machine.…See More
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Here is how to produce pedalboard for electric guitar. The idea is to connect pedals to the Arduino, and to use them to control a software of sound processing in Pure Data. Here I show you the example of a looper, but one can be also made a rack of effects without problem.For more information click here.See More
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Rustom Jehangir, Joe Spadola and Josh Villbrandt want to further the field of marine robotics. They know that the ocean covers seventy percent of our planet but it mostly unexplored. While building their Solar Surfer robot, the team was able to source every component easily and for a low cost - except the thrusters. Commercial thrusters built for underwater ROVs cost between $500 and $3000. Their solution was to build their own thruster, the T100.…See More
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The appeal of having a 100 year old gauge on the wall that shows the current Internet usage is hard to describe. It's a physical representation of both old world technology combined with our current virtual lifestyles.Basicly The Raspberry Pi runs a Python program which loops an snmpget command to read SNMP data from your Internet router every 10 seconds. This data is then used to calculate the averaged bandwidth and adjusted to the range of the specific gauge. (the averaged time can be…See More
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Arduino-Powered Turntables That Turn DJing Into Child’s Play

Posted on September 15, 2014 at 5:34am 0 Comments

Per Holmquist has always had a finely tuned ear for music. “When I hear a song for the first time I know, ‘Okay it will be a hit,’” he says. But he never learned to play an instrument. Taking lessons and learning how to read sheet music for a new instrument would be too hefty a commitment, so for his graduation project at Beckmans College of Design in Sweden, the student designer (and disc jockey…

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Stanford develops a radio the size of an ant, draws power from electromagnetic waves

Posted on September 12, 2014 at 5:30am 0 Comments

What is this? A radio for ants? Not so much for ants, but it’s certainly the size of an ant. Stanford engineer Amin Arbabian has managed to create a wireless radio just a few millimeters across that is so energy efficient that it doesn’t need a battery. Instead, it…

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Arduino Wireless Animatronic Hand

Posted on September 11, 2014 at 5:50am 0 Comments

What this is, is a wireless animatronic hand that doesn't need a computer to operate. The user wears a control glove and can control the animatronic hand precisely.

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First Graphene-enabled Flexible Display Demonstrated

Posted on September 10, 2014 at 6:30am 0 Comments

The prototype uses an electrophoretic film, which is similar to the screens used in today’s e-readers with the added benefit of being flexible. In future iterations of the device, the research team will look at using liquid crystal (LCD) and organic light emitting diodes(OLED) technology to produce color images.

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At 4:49am on January 14, 2013, نهاد عبدالله حسين السلمان said…

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