July 31, 2015
Evolutionary computing contains all the concepts that would allow artificial intelligence to evolve its own way of living. Creating computer software through evolutionary means rather than traditional human trial and error or beta testing is just one way that artificial intelligence may begin to assert its presence. Exhibiting at Maker Faire UK 2015 were computer […]
July 22, 2015
3D print appears constantly suspended on the verge of breaking through to popular everyday use, but as the quality of print increases, so too will its use says formwurx founder Jason Spiller. Industrial manufacturing and the world of online art and jewellery are well-established markets for 3D printed objects: everything from titanium bone implants and […]
July 13, 2015
Indie film-makers and drone dabblers are sure to be rubbing their hands together with the introduction of the Micro Drone 3.0, a palm-sized flier that brings fun cam possibilities and pro features. Drone shooting has provided camera operators and film makers the perfect way to achieve low cost aerial shots that were previously only possible […]
July 3, 2015
Ultimaker’s CREATE Education Project is a central hub for the 3D print company’s collaboration with classrooms across the UK. It also hosts a thriving community of 3D makers, including Phil Case, head honcho for the e-Wheelchair Project. Making the e-Wheelchair has been a satisfying but exhausting endeavour for Phil Case. Pushed to the brink by […]
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