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Tue Dec 12



A Replica of the Parthenon in Germany Constructed from 100,000 Banned Books #ArtTuesday
Adafruit.com [ARTTUESDAY]
Via This is Colossal South American conceptual artist Marta Minujn has just installed a towering new architectural installation in Germany called The Parthenon of Books, a scaffold replica of the famous Greek temple clad in 100,000 copies of banned books. The piece is currently on view in Kassel, Germany as part of a 100-day art [...]




Tue Dec 12



Microsoft IoT Virtual Bootcamp: A Brief Journey from Device to Action adafruit microsoft azure MSFT_Business hacksterio
Adafruit.com [ADAFRUIT]
Microsoft IoT Virtual Bootcamp: A Brief Journey from Device to Action adafruit microsoft azure MSFT_Business hacksterio vid behind the scenes pic.twitter.com/qjHvGyXU5W - adafruit industries (adafruit) December 12, 2017 Microsoft Azure Events IoT Virtual Bootcamp: A Brief Journey from Device to Action. Our Ladyada did a live factory tour/event and talked about IoT from makers [...]




Tue Dec 12



To fight climate change, carbon capture needs to be made cheaper #MakerEducation
Adafruit.com [MAKEREDUCATION]
Nice profile of young inventor/entrepreneur Ethan Novek featured on Quartz. Ethan Novek speaks fast and insists on giving you every detail, even in response to simple questions. It can be overwhelming. But it's worth sticking with him. Novek started winning science fairs in middle school and was awarded his first patent at 16. Now, at [...]




Wed Dec 13



Handle of Scooba Tank ???
Robotreviews [SCOOBA]
by TFog3000 (Posted Wed, 13 Dec 2017 12:55:38 GMT)I know this is a very old post, but I came across it when I was searching for a handle for my Scooba 390. If anyone else is in the same situation as me, comes across this post, and has access to a 3D printer, the stl file to print a new handle is now at:read more [...]




Tue Dec 12



This DIY machine mixes your favorite three-ingredient cocktail
Blog.arduino.cc [MIXES]
Do you and your friends have a favorite cocktail? If so—and if it has three ingredients—then this Arduino-based cocktail machine from YouTuber “GreatScott!” may be worth checking out. The device is capable of mixing three liquids, which in GreatScott’s case consist of vodka, cranberry juice, and grapefruit juice (also known as a Sea Breeze), in a [...]




Tue Dec 12



Mi Robot vacuum
Robotreviews [ROBOT]
by BootloopBot (Posted Wed, 13 Dec 2017 00:55:11 GMT)NeilF wrote:BootloopBot wrote:To clean it thoroughly.Yes, but cleaning it thoroughly is very very very unlikely to kick electronics back into life again...read more [...]




Tue Dec 12



Car Lights for Reflow Heat Source
Hackaday.com [SOURCE]
If you only have a car and you need to unsolder some tricky surface mount components: what would you do? If you’re Kasyan TV, you’d remove your car’s halogen lights and get to town. That’s right: car lights for reflow. When the friend of the host of Kasyan TV needed to remove some roasted toasted FETs from his motherboard but didn’t have anything for reflowing, she took some headlights and used them as an infrared source to desolder the FETs. Powered by a lab supply (although car batteries work [...]




Wed Dec 13



Modern copyright law cant keep pace with thinking machines
Engadget [KEEP]
This past April, engineer Alex Reben developed and posted to YouTube, "Deeply Artificial Trees", an art piece powered by machine learning, that leveraged old Joy of Painting videos. It generate gibberish audio in the speaking style and tone of Bob Ross, the shows host. Bob Ross estate was not amused, subsequently issuing a DMCA takedown request and having the video knocked offline until very recently. Much like Naruto, the famous selfie-snapping black crested macaque, the Trees debac [...]




Tue Dec 12



Neato Connected Software Update v2.2.0
Robotreviews [NEATO]
by cyrus104 (Posted Wed, 13 Dec 2017 00:14:48 GMT)honeyku41 wrote:Software update issue you should try to reinstall the software and files from the websiteread more [...]




Tue Dec 12



Connecting Cherry MX Key Switches To LEGO Just Got Easier
Hackaday.com [EASIER]
Here on Hackaday, we like keyboard hacks. Given how much time we all spend pounding away on them, they're natural hacks to come up with. If you're pulling the circuitry from an existing keyboard then chances are the keys are pressed either by pushing down on rubber domes (AKA the membrane type), or on mechanical switches. [Jason Allemann] has just made it easier to do keyboard hacks using LEGO by building one for a circuit board with mechanical Cherry MX key switches. That involved des [...]

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