June 26, 2015
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 […]
June 17, 2015
When Dave Lynch and collaborator Mike Nix took to the skies with the self-built zoopraxiscope laser it was to see the wonder of projecting moving images onto clouds. After three years of intensive research and flight time, Project Nimbus is ready to reveal the results. On Saturday, 4 of July, Dave Lynch and Mike Nix […]
July 17, 2014
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…
April 30, 2014
Maker Faire UK is an annual event to savour and Newcastle’s Centre For Life provides the perfect venue to showcase projects from the cream of maker culture. From hacking online games to cloud laser projection systems, robotics, printmaking and laser cutting, there was an eclectic menu of fun and fantastic activities on offer. Simply wandering […]
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