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Holograms In Space, Vision Chips and 360 Thriller from ‘Walking Dead’ Creators

December 15, 2015

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One of the gifts taken to astronauts aboard the International Space Station in supply rocket Cygnus was Microsoft’s HoloLens headset. When Tim Peake arrives at the International Space Station today to carry out research as part of the Principia Mission, he’ll be in for a treat. Microsoft’s HoloLens headset was sent ahead on the Cygnus […]

Preview: Wearable Technology Show 2016

November 28, 2015

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Last year’s Wearable Technology Show was a runaway success for the prototypers. In March 2016 we go again: higher, better, faster, stronger. Wearable Technology Show 2016 bills itself as the number one event for connected technology. Last year it was the prototypers who stole the thunder. On Intel’s blockbuster stand there were several projects powered […]

Two Turntables and No Microphone

November 10, 2015

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Source: Two Turntables and No Microphone on Hackaday Jan Godde built this sexy ‘wooden sensor box with two rotary disks‘ as a sound creation experiment. Just look at the video to see how the platters work with the touch sensitive sliders, a gorgeous piece of interactive design. As Hackaday – where the project is featured – […]

Unity for VRTGO 2015 and Stellar Line-Up

October 30, 2015

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VRTGO 2015 organisers have announced Unity Technologies as headline sponsor, plus a presentation by the company’s community evangelist Joe Robins on Unity’s plans for VR. On 12 November the Baltic Art Centre will thrum to the vibes of serious VR as VRTGO 2015 powers up, backed by Unity Technologies as exhibitor and event sponsor. Community […]

If Your Television is Broken then Interactive Video and VR Might Be The Fix

August 14, 2015

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Web video is quietly undergoing the most dramatic revolution in its short history. Below the surface of the net there are moves to break once and for all with the old TV broadcast model. Watching the way that video is evolving in the web era is mesmerising. In the short period since Youtube launched in […]

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 […]

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