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Skintillates: Temporary tattoos with embedded electronics
Developed by a team of UC Berkeley students, Skintillates is a wearable technology that mimics tattoos. These “epidermal wearable interactive devices” can serve as everything from passive and active on-skin displays, to capacitive and resistive sensors for...
- Posted 2 months ago
Marty the 3D printed open-source robot for STEM education launches on Indiegogo
Marty the Robot is a being promoted through a new indiegogo campaign that’s hoping to introduce robotics to younger generations. What is exactly “Marty”? he is an open-source, fully programmable, WiFI ready and 3D printable robot designed to be incredibly customizable,...
- Posted 7 months ago
OSEPP 101 Sensor Kit (Arduino Compatible & Production Ready) on Kickstarter
Ever wanted to learn electronics but didn’t know where to start? Are you curious to create interactive projects with sensors found commonly around you (home, smartphones, office, car, etc)? Are you interested in creating your own...
- Posted 12 months ago
Vestigen’s Project Ara Sensors improve our life
Modular open mobiles are getting closer, and the disruptive applications as well. Vestigen is a company that is designing and manufacturing smart sensors for Project Ara that could really improve our lives: “Project Ara is getting closer...
- Posted 2 years ago
Toshiba Announces Thinnest Camera Module with 13 Mega Pixel resolution
Toshiba today announces the industry’s thinnest CMOS image sensor camera module with high-resolution, 13 mega pixel (MP), imaging ideal for next-generation, ultra-thin smartphones and tablet devices. The new TCM9930MD leverages an advanced image pre-processing LSI (companion) chip...
- Posted 4 years ago