• Arduino Plays Timberman or how to cheat in video games Juli 25, 2014
    Playing addictive and repetitive video games is a pleasure for some people but not so engaging for others. Valentin Haun found the solution to reach high score without getting bored: he made an Arduino Uno playing Timberman for him. You can find the code and the circuit example for this program on Github Take a […]
  • Opensourcing imagination and sharing knowledge in Nepal Juli 23, 2014
    David Cuartielles held a worshop at Campus Party Berlin introducing  Arduino and the cool things you can do with it. Some months later, on of the students, Sanjeet Raj Pandey, wrote him to reveal that the event was a life changing moment. After that Sajeet decided  to share his knowledge and experience organising workshops in a rural […]
  • Two steampunk espresso machines running on Arduino Mega Juli 22, 2014
    There’s a team of designers based in Korea who are passionate about coffee machines. Their name is Vidastech and recently shared with us two new hand-assembled machines prototyped  with Arduino Mega called Hexagon and Revolucion. Take a look at the gallery for more pictures:  
  • Kickstarter at Comic-Con: Bill Plympton in a Nutshell Juli 24, 2014
    This week we're at San Diego Comic-Con alongside tons of Kickstarter creators. Heading to the convention? Here's the low-down on the events, panels, and projects in attendance. In the meantime, we thought we'd profile some of the creators who are at Comic-Con, starting with legendary animator Bill Plympton, whose efforts to restore Windsor McC
  • Kickstarter at San Diego Comic-Con International 2014 Juli 23, 2014
    San Diego’s Comic-Con International is one of the largest conventions of its kind. Large enough, in fact, that our diligent comics team here at the office was able to pull an entire roster of projects and creators that have come through Kickstarter and will be at SDCC this week. There are panels, projects, artists, writers and even a few(!) Eisner nominees.
  • What's Up Pittsburgh! Juli 22, 2014
    One of the giants of the Rust Belt, Pittsburgh is the second-largest metropolitan area in Pennsylvania. It's got an industrial history and reputation, but it's also a creative haven — we've seen tons of cool projects from Steel City, and it felt like time to highlight a few of them. Below, you'll find a roundup of great Pittsburgh project
  • You are being tracked in the real world, so what should we do about it? Juli 22, 2014
    The internet of things is primarily about deriving value from data, but we need to have mroe conversations about how that data is shared. Today we talk to the CEO of Truste about IoT and privacy. You are being tracked in the real world, so what should we do about it? originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….
  • All about AllSeen, and a bit about the new Thread radio tech that wants to own the home Juli 15, 2014
    This week we are all about internet of things standards and certifications as we welcome the head of the AllSeen Alliance to the show and discuss a new radio certification introduced by Samsung, Nest, ARM and others. All about AllSeen, and a bit about the new Thread radio tech that wants to own the home originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Conti
  • How to train your smart home and does the internet of things need an OS? Juli 8, 2014
    In this week's podcast we tackle some big issues, such as whether we want to put in the effort to train the anticipatory home and if the internet of things needs an OS. How to train your smart home and does the internet of things need an OS? originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….