The National Association of Rocketry publishes a bi-monthly magazine for sport rocketeers called appropriately enough, Sport Rocketry. But my friends who are avid amateur rocketeers scoff at Sport Rocketry as kid stuff.
Apparently the folks at OSVehicle, are launching a survey to ask makers input on developing a 1:5 scale model of the OSVechicle Tabby. You can answer the survey here: http://www.osvehicle.com/tabby-scale-model-survey/ ; For those who don't know, TABBY - the first model coming from Open Source Vehicle - came out of the blue at Rome Maker Faire last fall. Here you can find all the information on Tabby and this super cool timelapse video of one tabby being assembled:
U.S. Army engineers are working on a mini aerial surveillance drone for troops working in challenging environments. Once deployed, the scifi-like device could allow soldiers to get a bird's-eye view of their immediate area, or scan the contents of a room as they clear a building.
While Bugatti’s main attraction at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance over the weekend was its six Legend edition Veyrons, the French automaker also rolled out an additional car, one with even higher exclusivity. The car is the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse ‘1 of...
OpenHardwareExG, An open source platform for ECG, EEG, EMG, ENG, and EOG signal processing: The OpenHardwareExG is a platform for ECG, EEG, EMG, ENG, EOG, and evoked potential applications. The OpenHardwareExG platform was originally developed as ...
The latest production run beeing finished in our factory these days already incorporates the most up-to-date features and improvements we developed over the past weeks for our Kühling&Kühling RepRap Industrial 3D printer
Built on the basis of Arduino UNO, GPS, SD card, TFT, GPS map navigation system is to obtain the real-time position information via GPS, to send it to UNO for calculation, according to the calculating results, and teamed up with the map file stored in SD card, thus presenting the position on TFT.
Next year, the Hubble Space Telescope, one of the most important scientific instruments in the history of space exploration, will celebrate its 25th year in space. We think a LEGO play set would make a lovely 25th anniversary homage, don't you?