"If a startup wants to develop hardware, it is generally more difficult to find a circuit designer than a programmer." Shinya Shimizu wants to change all that by printing circuit boards on bits of paper.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web code.org is organising the UK Hour of Code, an initiative to get everyone -- but particularly British schoolchildren -- to spend an hour learning to code during the week starting 3 March.
Maker Faire 2013: Josef Prusa's Food-Safe 3D Printer Nozzle EE Times I've talked to Josef several times in the past, and even though he contributes to the RepRap family tree regularly, he had not had his own company until very recently.
Combining real life human motion with the exploration of virtual reality environments is a tricky business, what with the two worlds you're attempting to navigate being laid out completely differently.
Martyn Eggleton's insight:
Oddly a bunch of the kids at school and I were talking about this very problem the other day. This looks great.
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