Féconde, en perpétuelle évolution, traversant les nouveaux territoires artistiques alliant arts numériques, arts plastiques et arts de la scène, la création contemporaine naît fréquemment de l’hybridation des genres et investit des domaines qu’elle...
The Japan Robot Association (JARA) and Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun will open the 20th bi-ennial iREX International Robot Exhibition here in Tokyo tomorrow morning. This is Japan’s, perhaps the entire planet's premier robotics extravaganza.
Walking, flying, or rolling, Maker Faire is overrun by bots of all types. A-L-C is an animatronic troll with amazing realistic facial movements. This walking robot moves fast, watch out. Walking, kneeling robots.
Parte de uma série de entradas relativas à Tokyo Maker Faire
A super interesting project coming from Slovenia: KORUZA is an innovative open-source open-hardware wireless communication system, employing a new low-cost approach to designing free-space optical network systems, enabling building-to-building...
Remote control flying machines with delicate tissue wings and tiny motors are unique to Tokyo Mini Maker Faire. They flap, soar, and glide overhead in the main exhibition hall. See more at Flapping wing and Microslowfly.
Maker Faire has toys for kids of all ages. Ball maze is updated with a bluetooth interface to a tablet computer. The maze angle matches the tablet, tip the tablet to guide a ball through the maze to the hole in the center.
Surrounded by numerous working drawings, illustrating the ways and mysteries of its creation, [b]Ferelli presents ‘The Flooded Arena’, a clockwork automaton, owing as much in character to those past mechanical creations[/b] of antiquity from Hero...
Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Beagle Bone, whatever - we love the gadgets and electronics designs on display at Maker Faire. @Nasupl_r's Twitter Mention/Favorite Notify Helmet flashes to life when she's mentioned on Twitter.
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