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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Qualcomm-backed Brain Corporation announce BrainOS, a development kit incorporating 3D printable designs, AI-software tools and Qualcomm-powered hardware, to make it easier for developers to build learning robots. I assume BrainOS will support Qualcomm’s Neuromorphic chips when they become available.

Brain Corporation Builds BrainOS to Train and Democratize Robots | Xconomy.

44 parts in 44 hours = 3D car

You still have to add all  the metal components and electonic parts!

via HackedGadgets

by LocalMotors #3dPrintedCar.

Almost ending funding:

iBox Nano – Worlds Smallest, Least Expensive 3D Printer by iBox Printers — Kickstarter.

Great reuse of old CDROM drives!

EWaste 60$ 3DPrinter.