July 27, 2014
Originally posted on Glen Mulcahy's -Mobile Journalism Blog:
One of the hot topics to come out of this years Google I/O conference is Google Cardboard. (Or Oculus Thrift as its been nicknamed!!) As BBC’s Richard Taylor suggested in his iPhone shot report on the project, some attendees thought it was a gag- Until they…
July 23, 2014
The idea of automated music has been around since the nineteenth century but the scope and ambition of modern automation is incredible. These videos show what is possible when professional musicians build their own robots. Automated music has been around since the era of steam powered fairground organs and the player piano. The original robots […]
Originally posted on Hackaday:
Here’s an interesting project to plot every lightning strike on Earth. Blitzortung is a project that uses many extremely low-cost sensor boards packed with an amplifier, microcontroller, and an Ethernet socket to detect lightning strikes. When multiple stations send all that data up to a server, the location of lightning strikes can…
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