• The Arduino Experience at Computer History Museum Mai 26, 2015
    Thursday May 28th at noon The Computer History Museum is hosting an open lecture by Massimo Banzi, co-founder of the Arduino project. He will cover the historical origins of Arduino, including discussion of the process of designing tools which make digital technology accessible to people who are not experts, and the essential role of the larger Arduino […]
  • Keep your candies safe with Candy Locker and Intel Edison Mai 25, 2015
    Candy Locker is a mouth-watering tutorial based on  Intel® Edison and image recognition of objects. You can keep your candies safe from greedy hands with this color recognition lock and a dispenser using a set of 5 distinct color images and setting up a pattern that will activate and dispense candies. Follow the link and open the […]
  • The state of Arduino: a new sister brand announced Mai 22, 2015
    The room was packed and carefully listening to Massimo’s keynote about latest development at Arduino during Maker Faire Bay Area 2015. Starting from core values of Arduino, its community and showing the work Arduino team is doing to bring benefits to it: it’s about creating open protocols, bridges and connections, to give more options to […]
  • Transparency, immediacy and productivity: How IoT will rock your biz März 6, 2015
    The internet of things when applied to enterprises will take a lot of people out of business, will reduce the profitability of a lot of businesses and it will move massive gains to other businesses, according to Charlie Peters, senior executive vice president at Emerson, the […] Transparency, immediacy and productivity: How IoT will rock […]
  • The internet of things will rock your business and here’s how März 3, 2015
    The internet of things will disrupt the hell out of your business and you best start preparing your business to meet that change by preparing to deal in information as opposed to physical goods, according to Charlie Peters, an executive senior vice president at Emerson. This […] The internet of things will rock your business […]
  • Connected door knobs are lying to us Februar 27, 2015
    This week’s podcast was all about security and how we can design things to tell us more about how connectivity changes them from mere appliances into networked computers — and all the risks that can bring. John Kestner, a principle with Supermechanical, a design firm that […] Connected door knobs are lying to us originally […]