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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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Ever since the fictional hoverboards in 1989’s Back to the Future Part II children (and adults) have dreamed of scooting along six inches from the ground, safe from the rough terrain and water which would stop a normal skateboard in its tracks.But now a Californian startup claims to have cracked it and developed a working prototype, although there are several catches: the battery only lasts seven minutes, it will only float over smooth metal and it costs $10,000.…See More
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The soft robots, with flexible bodies, have shown an interesting option due to its movement’s simplicity when talking about locomotion. Michelle Yuen and her colleagues from Purdue University in US are trying to amplify even more the potential of this new class of devices.The idea is to improve the concept of “elastic…See More
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Flexible 'Tentacle Robots' Could Aid Planetary Exploration

 Researchers are developing new types of robotic systems inspired by elephant trunks, octopus arms and giraffe tongues. These flexible, maneuverable "tentacle robots" could have a variety of space applications, from inspecting hard-to-reach gear on the International Space Station to exploring crevices on Mars, scientists say."What we want to do is something rather different than a conventional robot," said Walker .…See More
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A few days ago engineers got to develop a sensor that can actually see colors, Italian and Spanish researchers have made a new kind of multispectral sensor, and it is capable of catch up to 12 times more information than a human eye. The new architecture,  called TFD (Transverse Field Detectors), turns possible to get rid of layer of…See More
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Earlier this year we featured modder dekuNukem’s custom made Nintendo 3DS peripheral that finds shiny Pokémon in Pokémon X/Y. His latest hack lets you play on the 3DS using a GameCube controller, a perfect setup for Super Smash Bros. Using an Arduino Nano, dekuNukem made a…See More
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LED displays are going to get much clearer thanks to a plasmonic cavity

The plasmonic cavity is a nanostructure originally developed by Stephen Chou of Princeton University to boost solar power efficiency, but he realized it might have applications in emitting light as well as absorbing it. That could mean better screens on your devices.One of the fundamental problems with LEDs is that they…See More
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Despite what you would gather from looking at a mess of wires, carpet, and MDF in the back of a Honda Civic hatchback, building speaker enclosures is a pretty complex business. To get the right frequency response, you’ll need to take into account the driver’s resonant frequency, the volume of any internal components, and how well the speaker works when it reaches the resonant frequency. Heady stuff, but when [Rich] at NothingLabs started 3D printing his own speaker enclosures, he realized he…See More
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If Team Nixie has its way, drones might someday become the selfie addicts’ best friend. One of the finalists in Intel’s Make It Wearable Challenge, the team is working on Nixie, a camera-toting drone that’s thin, light and flexible enough to wrap around your wrist. Team Nixie’s goal is to have the small quadcopter uncoil and take flight with a simple gesture. It will then turn around, take a picture of you and then wrap itself back to your wrist. It’s like photographic falconry.From: …See More
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Smart bandage protects aircraft from small impacts on flights

Nanoparticles thousand times thinner than a human hair can release molecules able to repair small breaks in airplanes. This coating that acts as a skin, is a creation of the scientists at the University of Aveiro, Portugal."The planes are exposed to harsh environments, with rain, hail and dust storms, for…See More
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3D printer manufactures first vertebra prosthesis implanted in boy

Posted on October 24, 2014 at 1:00am 0 Comments

3D printers are now capable of manufacturing artificial bones. The Peking University in China, today announced a successful surgery for implantation of a vertebra titanium made ​​in three-dimensional impression. Who received the prosthesis was a boy of 12 years. The vertebra of the boy was taken by a…

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PhotoMath App Solves Math Equations at a Glance: Tutor or Cheater?

Posted on October 23, 2014 at 4:19am 0 Comments

Most mobile devices already have a built-in calculator, and you can also get advanced calculator apps. But microBLINK’s PhotoMath app uses optical image recognition on printed equations, so that you can get the solution without even having to input a number. Math teachers beware.

PhotoMath can solve simple arithmetic and algebra equations, including…

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Scientists Create a Real Hoverboard

Posted on October 22, 2014 at 5:28am 0 Comments

Ever since the fictional hoverboards in 1989’s Back to the Future Part II children (and adults) have dreamed of scooting along six inches from the ground, safe from the rough terrain and water which would stop a normal skateboard in its tracks.…

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Meet the 1st smart suitcase

Posted on October 21, 2014 at 4:52am 0 Comments

The "smart" adjective seems to suit all kinds of products, including suitcases. The claiming to be the "first smart and connected suitcase" the world exists and is campaigning to raise money over the Internet.

Call BlueSmart, she presents a series of technological resources. The user connects the suitcase to a smartphone application to close and…

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

First say hello Garag Lab family all this wonderful all in the field of technical thank you

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