If you have a project that uses a bunch of Arduinos, how can you get them to communicate together? Scott Lawrence from The Geodesic Sphere shows us how to daisy chain multiple Arduinos together via their serial ports.
This modular robot made up of <1cm components, can fit together with its cousins to form more complicated structures, building on a concept where proteins could one day do the same thing to form minuscule machines.Read the full article on MAKE...
Artist wires his brain up to CNC machine… and thinks of nothing Digital manufacturing is often lauded as the ultimate solution for turning thoughts into reality. But what happens when you want a physical representation of complete lack of thought?
New uses for existing materials can fuel hardware innovation. Such was the case for Anton Willis who after moving to a San Francisco apartment had to put his beloved kayak into storage. No room for big toys.
Thingiverse is a universe of things. Download our files and build them with your lasercutter, 3D printer, or CNC. (THINGALERT Gingerbread Person Cookie Cutter: This is a Gingerbread person cookie cutter.
El pasado martes 27 de noviembre el Rector de la Universidad de Sevilla, Antonio Ramírez de Arellano, visitó la Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura y ante nuestra propuesta posó para una foto junto a nuestro Director, Narciso Vázquez, ante una...
When you don’t want to use I2C or SPI, and MIDI and DMX are old hat, [Scott] comes along and invents a very strange networking protocol that is just daisy chaining a few Arduinos together with serial connections.
Investigadores de la Universidad de Harvard han construido nanoestructuras tridimensionales complejas conectando hebras simples de ADN, como si fueran piezas de Lego. Así, se pueden cambiar, añadir o retirar sin afectar al resto de la estructura.
This is my newest piece, cut and etched on our 60 watt laser cutter. Both images are from pictures that I took out at a couple of graveyards. I inverted the image in the background so that the sky was nice and dark and the trees were bright. ...
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