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  • Aweigh: the Open-Source Alternative to GPS

    A team of student designers and engineers from the RCA and Imperial College have designed an open-source alternative to GPS, called Aweigh, that does not rely on satellites. It is a system that makes use of the space between...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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  • Robosen T9: a Real “Transformers” Programmable Robot

    Robosen has launched the new Kickstarter campaign for the world’s first intelligent auto transforming robot: T9. They easily reached the original funding goal probably because this is the kind of toy that kids  and adults   have been...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition 2018: All Calls Are Open!

    After the success of the past edition, the largest European event on innovation organised by the Rome Chamber of Commerce through its Special Agency Innova Camera returns to the Fiera di Roma from 12 to 14 October 2018...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Moto Mods developer boards: sensor, display, and Raspberry Pi HAT compatible

    Modern mobile devices are, in most cases, pretty boring. Maybe we’re missing the spirit of innovation we saw at the start of the 3G era, with phone designs that went off in strange new directions. So what...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Limitless Automation with PLCnext Control

    PLCnext Control is Phoenix Contact’s first open control platform product based on PLCnext technology. As an enhancement to classical IEC 61131-compliant PLC programming, PLCnext Technology makes it possible to program controllers using high-level language, thus ensuring PLC-typical...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Pi-Top: the All New Modular Raspberry Pi Laptop

    U.K. based startup pi-top has a new learn-to-code-and-tinker machine. It’s another modular Raspberry Pi-powered laptop but this time they’ve reduced the number of steps needed to put it together, as well as adding a slider keyboard design...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • EDUino: the 3D Printed Arduino Robot for Your Kids

    EDUino is a 3D printed robot designed by Italian company Sharebot, based on Arduino technology and presented in kit form for children to build at school. The kit includes a Sharebot KIWI-3D EDU, a small desktop 3D printer designed...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Codeybot: New Robot Who Teaches Coding on Kickstarter

    Codeybot is an exciting two-wheel self-balancing robot that teaches the fundamentals of coding in a fun and playful way, and has been created by the robotics experts at Makeblock. The small robot packs in plenty of features,...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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