Watch the work of Steak Studio, over ten days, on its “liquid pixel display project”, where 408 fish pumps, via 3,000 connections, are wirelessly controlled from the phablet and its S Pen.
We wrote – in Got Arduino, want wireless? – about the development of RADius V1.0, a shield that adds bi-directional wireless serial data capability to Arduino.
Rick Winscott of Quilix has developed RADius V1.0, a shield that adds bi-directional wireless serial data capability to Arduino.
Stanford students are demonstrating the potential of NFC-based hackery with a number of projects “showing how NFC-equipped phones and televisions can work together”. Very impressive it is, too.
“Forknife 2″ is the robot macpoddotnet built to show off “some of the cool things you can do with open source software and hardware”.
As part of its new “Ovi” web service, Nokia has unveiled plans to include social networking sites such as Facebook, Flickr and Youtube with the OS for the Series 60 Smartphone. Ovi (which means “door” in Finnish) is based on the idea of bringing content from communities of which you…
Apparently so. The jury’s still out as to whether these guys have way too much time on their hands, or if this is simply a case of viral marketing, but this duo seemed to have answered the age-old conundrum of what to do with that empty Pringles can…