It's a quiet week around here; let's revisit some livelier times!

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Find out what happens when artists leverage new technology in their work!

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We bring back Jamie to give us some design tips when creating a 3D-printed plastic ant bot.

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A new shirt design, a new power relay for your IoT needs, and a revision to the popular RedBearLab Nano board. It's Force Friday!

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A look into how to decide when a knob has moved, so that your program can take an action.

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Let's see what Marshall has going on in that cave of his!

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The Case for Patents

One open source guy's opinion on whether or not we should have these things at all

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Bow down, everyone. A new uArm, CMUcam and GPS receiver will all but ensure our downfall.

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Today, we revisit the concept of serial communication with RS-232 and TTL. We'll also explore the "inverted TTL" with the ultrasonic range finder to read data from the sensor.

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Let's look at how we streamlined the hiring process in our Software dept.!

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Let's talk the whats, whys and hows of how you end up with a red box at the end of the day.

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In a week filled with new robotics products, we wanted to dedicate this post to the best actor of the 31st century!

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We get a combat bot veteran to talk about the different weapon types for fighting robots.

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Follow along as Feldi attempts to build a ceramic 3D printer using OS plans she found online.

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Rick, I don't like glowing rocks in the kitchen trash!

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Today we bring you an assortment of new products that will help you create a new Raspberry Pi PC.

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The surface texture has always been a problem with these 3D printed parts. I’ve made a lot of props for cosplayers and that texture has been…
You should fix this too: “(“headless” meaning without a keyboard, mouse or keyboard)”
About time! :-) Unfortunate that for less than Pi 3 it still requires an SD card
They do support booting from the network without an SD card on some hardware:…
More hours to the day? 4-6 PM or an additional 4-6 hours? I will talk to engineering and see if they can get the earth to rotate a little…
Hi there! We only had one entrant last year for the logistics class, so we didn’t think there was much interest! But we can always bring it…
I’ve heard that VNC works pretty well on the Pi, which is definitely another way to go headless. Having a net boot option would be awesome!
Yep, that’s how I’ve been doing it for my Pi’s and Edison. Another option is, once it’s on the net, to run a VNC server on the Pi and a VNC…

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