• FairWind: when marine electronics, open source and the University meet

      FairWind, already awarded 1st in the category Apps and Videogames during the 3rd edition of the Italian science exhibition Futuro Remoto 2016, has been unveiled in its latest release at the University of Napoli Parthenope booth...

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  • The Discovery of the Future: Stretchable integrated circuit

    At Michigan State University have developed the first stretchable integrated circuit that is made entirely using an inkjet printer. The material can be produced on a standard printer; it has a major potential cost advantage over current technologies...

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  • Robots are going to replace developers quickly

    We all use robots, or robot-made products, on a daily basis. Robots build our cars and clean our houses, but today we also enjoy these: AI applications automate financial, travel, legal processes; e-discoverysoftware, used in law firms,...

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  • 3D Prints with Computational Hydrographics

    Here below you can see a technical demonstration made waves by showing a way to add full-color graphics to solid-color 3D prints. The object is dipped into a water bath with a floating, partially dissolved colored film,...

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  • Open Source into Microsoft’s reality finally

    Microsoft has come a long way in its effort to initially warm up to and later adopt open source software During a talk at the Linux Foundation’s Open Source Leadership Summit (OSLS) here, two “Jeffs” from Microsoft...

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  • Guide to Mobile Apps for 3D Designing

    3D modeling tools and software enable you to turn your ideas into beautiful 3D models and prototypes. Widely used in industries like 3D printing, animation, gaming, architecture, and industrial design, 3D designs are vital components of digital...

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  • A FPGA controlled RGB LED MATRIX for Incredible Effects – the Software

      A dot matrix RGB LED graphic panel, managed by an FPGA-based controller board presented in a previous post that may be separately used as a demoboard. Let’s see the software and how to use it in...

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  • Ultrasound to aging wine

    It’s a Spanish researchers discovery: shot a river of brandy through a bed of American oak chips and blasted the mix with ultrasound for three days. In this way, they altered a slate of variables, including temperature,...

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  • The Walt Disney’s jewel: MagicBand

        Disney World Resort has launched on the market its new MagicBand wearable to change the way guests experience the park. The MagicBand be needed to entry ticket, FastPass+, payment system, and even hotel room key…. and...

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  • 2017 forecast: Up 31 Percent From 2016 of Internet of Things used

      It seems that 8.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and will reach 20.4 billion by 2020. The consumer segment is the largest user of connected things with 5.2...

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  • Drone – The latest Intel investment

    We admire the wonderful Super Bowl show recently … with the sky strangely illuminated. Intel was the maker! Drones are a good market because they use a lot of technology, including Intel’s RealSense depth cameras, and they...

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  • A FPGA controlled RGB LED MATRIX for Incredible Effects – the Hardware

    A dot matrix RGB LED graphic panel, managed by a FPGA-based controller board that may be separately used as a demoboard, so to evaluate the potential of the on-board Spartan 6. First installment.   In this post...

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  • Desktop Metal, a 3D-printing with metal, coming soon!

      It comes from Burlington, Massachusetts, and actually has raised more than $45 million from famous investors like Google and BMW. As Desktop Metal gets closer and closer to launching a compact 3D printer that can print with metals, people...

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  • Chinese factory replaces 90% of human workers with robots.

    China is replacing most of its workers with robots. It wants to increase the productivity. According to Monetary Watch, the Changying Precision Technology Company focuses on the production of mobile phones and uses automated production lines. The factory...

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  • We’ll never seen better before!

    Using a special Tunable Lenses, it is possible to provide the optimal correction for different distances. Scientists at the University of Utah have unveiled a pair of self-adjusting glasses that can provide the optimal focus for different...

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  • Kitnic.it – share and build Open Source Electronics Projects

      Are you looking for an open hardware electronics projects to make? Have you got a project to share with open source? Kitnic.it is what you need. Here you can find a lot of projects that are ready for...

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  • Let’s put all in order by color with M&Ms and Skittles sorting machine!

    We would like to introduce a nice project makes with different components, put together to sort M&Ms and Skittles! It makes with Arduino controller, stepper motors, an RGB color sensor and 3D-printed parts to sort several types...

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  • How to use Deep Learning when you have Limited Data

    One common barrier for using deep learning to solve problems is the amount of data needed to train a model. The requirement of large data arises because of a large number of parameters in the model that machines...

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