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Video Tech: Popcorn Robot, Time Hacks, Siri Beatboxing and a UFO Drone

April 27, 2016

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Robotic Glockenspiel plays Popcorn Canadian James Cochrane created a beautiful prototype for this robotic glockenspiel player built out of solenoids, wooden dowels, paperclips and elastic bands. But this is a completely different bag of computer chips, using servos, an Arduino Uno, MIDI shield and Adafruit’s 16 channel I2C servo driver. “My next project is to […]

Make Hack Three: 3D Printing an Elephant, Super Slo-Mo Cats and Computer History

February 7, 2016

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This week we trawl the net for interesting digital bits and find ourselves in animal territory with a full scale 3D printed elephant and some shaky cats in super Slo-Mo. In 2014 World Animal Protection’s Dutch team undertook a project asking people to sign an online pledge never to ride an elephant. Tourist shows and […]

Ultimaker Talks Medicine, the e-Wheelchair and the Next Industrial Revolution

July 3, 2015

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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 […]

Bendy Electronics Firm Brings Kits to the Masses Offering Lightweight Internet Anywhere

June 26, 2015

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Build lightweight internet connected machines or wearable technologies with the printed circuit board that aims to revolutionise maker projects – the Printoo. For far too long the world of electronics has been dominated by rigid circuit boards, little squares of brittle plastic studded with capacitors and resistors. So say ‘hola’ to the genesis of flexible […]

All Hail the E-Wheelchair Project and One Maker’s Revolutionary Mission

May 12, 2015

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It has taken 20 years of blood, sweat and tears, but Phil Case is on the verge of a massive breakthrough with his e-Wheelchair – a 3D printed, mind-controlled technology project. Phil Case is the brains behind the e-Wheelchair project. As a wheelchair user he found that most commercially available electric wheelchairs cost in the […]

Wearables 2015: the Prototype Crowd and Innovation Research

April 7, 2015

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Enabling wearables through prototype technology All wearable technology starts life as research followed by a prototype. Building a device that works consistently involves lots of experimentation and testing (often to destruction) so that only the most durable features make it into the final product. Students from the Queen Mary University of London had their own […]

Kids Stuff Coding, Robot Kit and 8-bit Wonders

January 18, 2015

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Incentives to get kids coding are everywhere. But it doesn’t just have to be kids stuff and anyone can get a head start on programming by trying simple, fun and creative coding games, robotics and electronics kits. Gaming now comes with a large dash of education and coder cool thanks to companies that emphasise learning […]

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