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Skot Wiedmann

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I wanted to invite you to this workshop:
April 4, 2015 - Independent Media Center, Urbana, IL 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNfy68-KBqA
Build your own polyphonic analog synthesizer with a multi touch interface. No experience necessary, open to everyone. At 2pm makers, musicians, artists, and students will be guided through an introduction into circuitry and will be making music on their very own touch synthesizer a couple hours later. The instrument is a 60 note polyphonic analog synthesizer. The multi touch interface senses your fingers position on each key and how hard you are pressing for fun finger wiggling playing. Cost: $40. Sign up at tiny.cc/HYVE


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Build your own IOT Weather Station: Boxing it up! Parts List included. ‪#‎raspberrypi‬/‪#‎arduino‬ http://www.switchdoc.com/2015/04/weatherpi-solar-power-weather-station-boxing-up/
Part 2: The WeatherPi Solar Power Weather Station is moving into the waterproof box. Build your own weather station!
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In the last years I have been mostly working on 3D printed figures that clearly fell into the traditional action figure category. So I wanted to make something different again that felt more like a vinyl toy then a super articulated action figure. So here is Blazing Bubo. I have not much of a story for him yet. I just liked the concept of the suit. I can easily imagine making different colour versions of him or even making a team of different coloured owl warriors. The figure has 5 points of articulation.
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Atmel

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This wearable instrument can help prevent sunburn and predict weather changes: http://bit.ly/19A9Lxm

#Atmel   #Wearables   #UVIndex   #WeatherSensor   #HackadayPrize  
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Jonathan Rochelle

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This took some experimentation - but have a snap-together design that is reliable enough for a kids' bracelet. Great Maker project, since the basic design stays the same, but kids can customize the parts.
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With +Arduino Day just hours away, let’s take a look at some of the most dynamic ‘duino projects: http://bit.ly/1BPRnY3

#Atmel   #ArduinoD15   #ArduinoDay   #Arduino  
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USB PowerControl production parts received and working!  Last two boards shipped this week to our Labs.  Kickstarter at 122% funded/9 days left to go. Kickstarter for Really Useful Breakout Boards for #raspberrypi/#arduino  USB PowerControl, INA3221 and I2C Mux boards. http://goo.gl/iQuTVZ
Kickstarter at 104% - Really, Really Useful Breakout Boards for your Raspberry Pi and Arduino
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Amanda S

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There’s been some serious competition in the 3D printing marketplace so far this month, bringing affordable and very desirable items to the public — all via
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Pierce Nichols

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This is the latest thing I've been making. It's an Arduino Micro variant with an ESP8266 on board.
Logos Electromechanical LLC is raising funds for Arachnio on Kickstarter! The first truly open source Arduino variant with integrated WiFi. Small and rugged enough to take the Internet of Things everywhere.
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Nice one, my friend! will be backing it 
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Michael Spivey

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A cool mobile phone holder! Maybe a cool set of book-ends also.
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Amanda S

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I have fond memories of growing up as a child, taking trips to my grandfather's shop. He was a shoemaker and I was a curious pre-teenager, fascinated by anythi
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Aaron Fraser

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Hey all - I've been practicing on a Trotec laser engraver, really liking it.

Wondering if there are any useful forums or communities for laser stuff - I'm trying to figure out how to do bas-relief in wood from photographs.  Thanks!
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I have access to the 400
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Starting up at #3dprinting  ? We learned some useful things in our middle school tech club a few days into our journey...
Our tech club at middle school recently had the fortune of receiving a donated new 3D Printer. We're also fortunate enough to have an ambitious 8th grader with some experience 3D Printing at home who took the lead in recommen...
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Raymond Mowder

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A simple sharpening stone caddy to hold, my diamond plates and strop.  This also serves as a base for the stone while in use, by slipping it into the recess in the top.
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jeff williams

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we've figured out a test-driven agile hardware development process that allows us to spin a new design every week. it's quite capital efficient and allows us to run an mvp process much like software. everyone can do this and we're just trying to figure out how to package the tool list and recipe for others.

what's also cool is that half the people you need get the requisite skills from a local community college and that dovetails nicely with obama's stem/community college initiative.


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Makeblock

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BIG THANKS!
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Amanda S

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As the clock is about to take another evolutionary step towards the future come next month when the Apple Watch is officially released, one man by the name
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