• NeoSensory and High Fidelity Bring VR to the Next Level

      High Fidelity, maker of an open source platform for social VR, and NeoSensory, creators of hardware to extend the human senses, announced they’ve partnered to create a haptic jacket dubbed the ‘exoskin’. Composed of 32 sensory motors, the...

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  • Air Force Research Laboratory has been working on a Flexible Arduino

    “Lightweight, low-cost and flexible electronic systems are the key to next-generation smart technologies for military as well as consumer and commercial applications. An Air Force Research Laboratory-led project in conjunction with NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics Institute,...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • The Tactigon, THE gesture controller

      Tactigon is born for the prototyping and developing of interfaces for gesture recognition and capture both integrated with environmental parameters; this board connects via Bluetooth and can be programmed through Arduino IDE.  

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Aposema: Amazing 3D Printed Mask that Reacts to your Emotions

    Soft robotics is a new area for many people. The idea of making soft robots out of soft parts could potentially bring about an entirely new way of constructing robots. Aposema is a 3D printed soft robotics...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • Neuroon Open: How to “Open Source” Your Sleep

    If you would like to be able to measure your sleep patterns more accurately as well as improve your sleep, nightly dream function or meditation you may be interested in a new open source device called the...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • The Tactigon Open Board Awaits Your Code!

    The Tactigon is the perfect link between humans or objects and the digital world, with its IMU 3D features, environmental sensors and Bluetooth 4.0 technology. It  is a unique platform, programmable with Arduino IDE and expandable with GPS, LoRa or SIGFOX...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • Google Plans: AI on Raspberry Pi

    Google is intending to expand the dev tools available to makers using the Raspberry Pi microprocessor to power their projects this year — potentially offering software tools for face- and emotion-recognition, speech-to-text translation, natural language processing, sentiment analysis, predictive analytics and...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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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 1 year ago
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  • Intel Genuino 101 Review: can it replace the Pi?

    The easiest way to describe the Genuino 101 is that “it’s a bit like the Raspberry Pi“. Except that it isn’t. Where the Pi is a tiny, cheap, programmable computer able to run a full operating system,...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Adafruit GEMMA v2 – Miniature wearable electronic platform

      Dedicated to wearable electronics, Adafruit presents the GEMMA V2 evolution, basically very simile to V1 but with an on/off switch and a different connector. Here are the details: The Attiny85 is a fun processor because despite...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Project Jacquard – Weave touch and gesture interactivity into any textile

    Project Jacquard makes it possible to weave touch and gesture interactivity into any textile using standard, industrial looms. This is possible thanks to new conductive yarns, created in collaboration with our industrial partners. Jacquard yarn structures combine...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Hexiwear – a wearable development kit for the IoT era

    Create your own smartwatch, remote sensor tag, or sophisticated home controller with this small, sleek, BLE-enabled, low power dev kit. The six sides represent the six reasons why Hexiwear is so great: Compact wearable form factor Low...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Chord Collar – Pet Wearable on Kickstarter

    Wearables are one of the main technological trends nowadays and we were wondering when someone would have proposed a solution for our beloved pets. Our friend Jared Marmen from Baltimore, founder of Barttron Inc. published a really...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Adafruit’s favorite open source wearables of 2015

    Wearable electronics have exploded in the past year. Countless small devices are now on the market for not only fitness tracking, but posture improvement, sunscreen reminders, muscle-sensing gesture control, and much more. As technology on the body...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • tinyK20, perfect for wearable computing

    This project is about to build a small and tiny (48mm x 19mm) development board based on a Freescale Kinetis K20 device (ARM Cortex-M4 running at 50 MHz). The microcontroller pins are on the outside to use...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Google Glass 2 may ditch the display

    Google Glass is still alive and well behind the closed doors of Google X. The latest news seems to be that one of Google’s Glass 2 variants ditches the display entirely, in favour of going audio-only for...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Wearable IoT World Labs Winter 2016: submit now!

    Wearable IoT World Labs is the world’s first accelerator/incubator blend solely focused on Wearable technologies and the Internet of Things (IOT). It is ranked in the top 10 startup accelerators according to Forbes and it just open...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Make your DIY smart glasses running on Arduino

    After Google announced the stopping of Google Glasses production (but not the development) the DYI community started proposing charming alternatives. Here is one! Jordan Fung is a 13-year-old maker and programmer based in Hong Kong. He recently...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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