• The making-of an animatronic baby alien Oktober 29, 2014
    Eva Taylor works at EKT Workshop and built an animatronic rod puppet Alien as a masterwork research project for the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney Australia. It was inspired by the “bambi burster” built for the film Alien 3, although her creature is somewhat different. The animatronics are controlled via a Playstation […]
  • Follow your cat with FPV camera and Arduino Leonardo Oktober 28, 2014
    After the Bike Tachometer we posted back in September, Nikus  shared with us a new Instructable to show you how to build remote-controlled tank using a first person view (FPV) camera and Arduino Leonardo: At the beginning I build only RC tank without FPV camera but when I was driving it in the house I have […]
  • Workshops in the UK: looking for ambassadors and tutors Oktober 27, 2014
    A week ago we were in London for an introductory workshop on the Arduino Yún. The participants were mainly beginners, knew the basics about Arduino and had the chance to learn about the Bridge library, how to control the board locally through the browser and to use Temboo to connect the plant to Twitter. See […]
  • Building networks that can expand and survive the internet of things, plus some tips on crowdfunding Oktober 28, 2014
    Whether it's crowfunding questions or worries about how to get your device online this week's podcast has you covered with a mix of insights on funding and new frontiers in networks. Building networks that can expand and survive the internet of things, plus some tips on crowdfunding originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue […]
  • Why the internet of things should be designed with efficiency in mind Oktober 21, 2014
    Can we stop the internet of things from becoming a power hungry consumer of resources? My guest on this week's podcast hopes so, and discusses how we can make it more efficient. Why the internet of things should be designed with efficiency in mind originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
  • Mother may I? Building hardware that can change with the flip of an app. Oktober 14, 2014
    The concept of the internet of things has been around for more than a decade, and people's points of view have changed in that time. This week's podcast features an IoT pioneer and his new product. Mother may I? Building hardware that can change with the flip of an app. originally published by Gigaom, © […]