Category Archives: Homebrew
In one integrated design and print process, you can now create objects with a suite of embedded sensors
Not as conductive as Black Magic 3D, this material can be used for resistive and capacitive sensors such as buttons and sliders.
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.
Almost ending funding:
An origami $1 microscope that can open up micro-biology to everyone, in particular schools across developing countries (although we could also do with them here in the UK too).
Foldscopes can provide up to roughly 2,100x magnification, providing a resolution of about 0.7 microns. Can be looked through or used to project.
3D printer from 40 Raspberry PIs with camera modules see to make a pretty good quality cheap (~£1800) 3D scanner.