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Show your lab!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gilmar Barbosa Aug 27, 2014. 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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What are you making?

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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Stanford’s cheap nanomaterial filter could solve the air pollution problem

The rapidly increasing industrialization in many parts of the world comes with economic benefits, but also serious long-term health and environmental consequences. Stanford professor Yi Cui had become increasingly concerned about the air quality in Beijing during his frequent visits in recent years, so he set to work developing a potential solution. His materials science lab mostly deals with battery technology, but the team has succeeded in creating a new type of high-efficiency filter that…See More
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Blub Uno Clock Displays Time with One Nixie Tube

We’ve seen our share of Nixie tube clocks, but the Blub Uno is different. This is a clock that displays time with just a single Nixie tube. One tube, many possibilities.  It will display the time as a sequence of numbers, but that’s not all it can do. This clock can show the temperature and date too, and it can be used as an alarm. I’m not sure if I prefer one tube or four. They are both pretty cool, but this one takes up less space. If you like this one-tube wonder.…See More
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LEGO X Converts Creations into 3D Models in Real Time: Body and Soul

Created by Gravity Research Club, LEGO X creates a 3D model of whatever you’re building while you’re building it. According to Architect Magazine, “The LEGO bricks’ movements are reciprocated in real time on a screen using location-mapping and gyroscopic sensors” embedded on each LEGO X piece. You can then use the LEGO X app to refine, store or share the 3D…See More
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Street Fighter Played with Pianos: Sound Fighter

Back in 2014 we saw an piano that was turned into a controller for Tekken. The Sound Fighter project had a similar goal – play Street Fighter Alpha 3 on pianos. But whereas the Tekken hack simply mapped controller buttons to piano keys, Sound Fighter mapped certain moves to chords.Software engineers Cyril and Eric of Foobarflies built the musical arcade machine. Each Sound Fighter piano has…See More
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David Wachter commented on GarageLab's blog post DARPA is developing a sensing bionic hand
"This would be nice for all of the military amputees that have been 'produced' since the Iraq. Our government is famous for discarding damaged 'equipment' instead of repairing it. Just my opinion."
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AirBoard: The Flying Segway

Currently up for funding on Indiegogo, the AirBoard aims to be the world’s smallest manned aircraft. At just 70″ long, and powered by 4 large fans, the folding aircraft could be the 21st century version of the aforementioned Segway. Steering the AirBoard would work like a Segway as well – simply lean in the direction you want to fly in. A safe flying mode would ensure pilots don’t go more…See More
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DARPA is developing a sensing bionic hand

Not content just to chip in creating better mind-controlled bionic limbs, DARPA is focusing on letting the mind-controlled bionic limbs feel their surroundings, just like the real hands they replace.The project is called HAPTIX, or Hand Proprioception and Touch Interfaces. Rumble in some gamepads is a classical example of haptic feedback, and DARPA wants users of prosthetic limbs to be able to feel just that sort of mechanical detail. A rough texture on a piece of wood, some give to a squeezed…See More
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Voltera V1 Circuit Board Printer: Print-A-Sketch

The latest in the growing niche of circuit board printers, the Voltera V1 can print up to two layers of conductive tracks, apply solder and reflow the board when SMDs are added. The printer has three extruder heads – one for conductive ink, one for solder and one for insulating ink – that you can easily pop on and off thanks to their magnetic connectors. Its thermal bed can heat up to 250ºC (482ºF), making solder reflowing possible.From: …See More
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This Camera Is Going To Hell, And Will Send Us Pictures

European Space Agency engineers are going where no human will ever go. They've put a camera inside an automated spacecraft full of garbage (including sewage) to see what will happen during its reentry into Earth's atmosphere this weekend.The camera will be…See More
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Introducing USB Type-C -- USB for 21st Century Systems

There several different aspects to USB Type C, including the physical connector itself, a much more sophisticated power delivery scheme, and support for flexible new communication modes.Let's start with the 24-pin connector, which is both small (3mm high and 8mm wide) and robust (it's rated for 10,000 mate/de-mate…See More
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Stanford’s cheap nanomaterial filter could solve the air pollution problem

Posted on February 27, 2015 at 11:27am 0 Comments

The rapidly increasing industrialization in many parts of the world comes with economic benefits, but also serious long-term health and environmental consequences. Stanford professor Yi Cui had become increasingly concerned about the air quality in Beijing during his frequent visits in recent years, so he set to work developing a potential…

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Blub Uno Clock Displays Time with One Nixie Tube

Posted on February 26, 2015 at 4:52am 0 Comments

We’ve seen our share of Nixie tube clocks, but the Blub Uno is different. This is a clock that displays time with just a single Nixie tube. One tube, many possibilities.  It will display the time as a sequence of numbers, but that’s not all it can do. This clock can show the temperature and date too, and it can be used as an alarm. I’m not sure if I prefer…

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DIY 3D Printer Suitcase: Print in a Box

Posted on February 24, 2015 at 5:00am 0 Comments

It may not be as cool as Iron Man’s transforming briefcase armor, but Jean-Luc Guillemette’s Case-Rap is still a cutting edge suitcase. This portable 3D printer is ready to print within seconds of unfolding. 

Jean-Luc based the Case-Rap on the Mendel 90, one of the many spinoffs of the RepRap 3D printer. The…

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Street Fighter Played with Pianos: Sound Fighter

Posted on February 23, 2015 at 4:00am 0 Comments

Back in 2014 we saw an piano that was turned into a controller for Tekken. The Sound Fighter project had a similar goal – play Street Fighter Alpha 3 on pianos. But…

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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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The rapidly increasing industrialization in many parts of the world comes with economic benefits,…See More
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Blub Uno Clock Displays Time with One Nixie Tube

We’ve seen our share of Nixie tube clocks, but the Blub Uno is different. This is a clock that…See More
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LEGO X Converts Creations into 3D Models in Real Time: Body and Soul

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AirBoard: The Flying Segway

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DARPA is developing a sensing bionic hand

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