Although 3D printing is only a blip on most intellectual property (IP) lawyers’ radars right now, I envision a time in the not too distant future where this all will change. It’s safe to guess that there are under one million 3D printers in homes and offices today. Considering the fact that we have a world population that’s north of 7 billion individuals, such a statistic barely moves the needle.
InMoov est le premier robot Open Source à taille humaine entièrement imprimé en 3d. Réplicable sur n’importe quelle petite imprimante 3D avec une surface d’impression de 12x12x12cm, celui-ci est conçu comme une plateforme de développement autant pour les Universités, les Laboratoires que pour les Hobbyistes. Son concept basé sur le partage et la communauté, fait qu’il est déjà répliqué pour un bon nombre de projets partout à travers le monde.
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Pocketo is a tiny development board with wifi and bluetooth low energy that gives you the freedom to create wearables and internet-connected hardware very easy. You can have your own wearable or home automation project in minutes. With Pocketo you can start controlling and collecting data over the internet or from your smartphone’s application right away.
Prototype faster and create wirelessly connected interactive objects as easy as making websites.
The power of Raspberry Pi, but with realtime digital and analog inputs and outputs. Simplicity of Arduino, but with multitasking and web. WiFi out of the box. No additional dongles or shields. No additional driver installations. Yes, everything is embedded on the board, in one place. That's WeIO.
LED light panels are great tools to have in your studio regardless of whether your a working with video or still photography. The continuous light sources come in a variety of sizes, but the nice ones also come at a price that may not agree with everyone’s budget. In this exceptionally well made video tutorial [...]
Zetta, a new open source project that provides common tools for building internet-connected devices that can talk to each other, including everything from home automation contraptions to flying drones.
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