Browsing All Posts published on »October, 2014«

Vets go wearable tech with surgical Glass

October 20, 2014


Medical and veterinary clinicians are surrounded by high tech equipment for diagnostics and surgery, whether it is magnetic resonance imaging, digital x-ray technology, ultrasound or laparoscopy for keyhole surgery, but with the introduction of Google Glass and wearable technologies, commercial devices are offering up new possibilities in medicine. Early adopters of Google Glass were dubbed […]

Make Hack One: Cams, drone power and retro gaming gear

October 18, 2014


Laser camera triggers, drones guided by Oculus Rift and haptic gaming vests are just a few of the incredible projects cooked up by skilful and enthusiastic makers then shared with the world. Welcome to the favourites list of made and hacked devices. This is our rundown of the best maker projects doing the rounds: the […]

Sarajevo Stories: The Doctor’s House

October 10, 2014


Sarajevo Stories is the first in a series of short films and travelogues from a road trip through Europe. Cat Norman is manager at the newly opened Doctor’s House in Sarajevo. In the video she talks about her experiences in Bosnia, her impressions of her adopted home and the people, how to make Bosnian coffee, […]

Electronic noise 2: Lights, camera, action, graphics, video, art

October 10, 2014


Digital artists are no longer confined to hushed gallery spaces. Many are at home with live performance, theatre, video and graphics, producing work that defies category. Mixing it up are the new visionaries. In August WeLove Digital published an update on digital performance and art called ‘Glitch in the Matrix’. Following on from that we […]

Sonic Pi: Raspberry sounds inspire coders and musicians

October 2, 2014


Raspberry Pi computers are at the centre of many of the coolest open source creative technology projects, whether it’s a home automation controller, weather station, drone or even a supercomputer cluster. So when Raspberry Pi programmer Sam Aarons spoke about Sonic Pi at Newcastle’s SuperMondays event, the level of interest was amped up to 10. Sonic Pi is Raspberry Pi’s […]

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