Browsing All Posts filed under »Maker Faire«

Evolutionary Models Show How Computers Might Create their own Artificial Intelligence

July 31, 2015

0

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 […]

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

July 3, 2015

0

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 […]

Animatronics Guru Reveals Secrets Behind the World’s First Two-Tonne Hexapod

June 6, 2015

2

Have you ever seen a two-tonne hexapod turbo walker in action? It’s not an everyday occurrence. Meet the ‘Mantis’ walker’s inventor, Matt Denton, who told WeLove Digital about building hydraulic robots for Jim Henson, designing monsters for Harry Potter and how the Mantis could have been a 300 tonne leviathan. Building a two-tonne hexapod is […]

Maker Faire UK 2015 in Videos

May 18, 2015

0

Robotic wave hello from Horatio the robotic arm Robots and T-Rex Art machines and Arcade Games Wookie gets lookie (Vine) Funky LED strips (Vine) Friendly Mega Robot (Vine) Android TV Eye (Vine) Baby T-Rex (Vine) Home-made TV Wall (Vine)

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

May 12, 2015

3

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 […]

Dark Waters Project Could Police World’s Marine Reserves: a Maker Faire UK Exclusive

May 1, 2015

1

Occasionally a maker project comes along that makes a real difference. Barry Getty’s open source intelligent buoy ‘Bob’ is definitely in the world-changing potential bracket. The Dark Water Foundation was set up to develop open source technology for ocean exploration, conservation and education, and Bob is an intelligent buoy that collects ocean data and transmits […]

Droids Rev Up Android Development at Maker Faire UK 2015

April 30, 2015

0

Maker Faire UK, as usual, showcased the best in maker kit and development. Featured at this year’s show were the small but perfectly formed robotics of Droidscript and a Hitchin Hackspace project that is brewing up nicely. Droidscript.org is the brainchild of Dave Smart, a software developer and maker whose interests branch into space hardware, […]

サーフ

surfing & performance

Josep Goded

Seeking Truth

Business and Book

A Blog About the Book Industry and Relevant Business Issues

I ❤ Old Games!

Retrogaming & other stuff

Scientific Babble

Day to day, relatable science.

ashbotandsparki

programming blog based on my intro to programming through my cute little robot Sparki (Arcbotics)

UniGrip Pro Universal Smartphone Tripod Mounting System

Connect Your Smartphones to Tripods, Light Kits and More with UniGrip Pro

alexcoxfilms

Alex Cox on Bill, Tombstone Rashomon, and more...

Robotic Arts

For anyone who has ever wanted a robot army, this ones for you.

TechCrunch

Startup and Technology News