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RoboPlus Motion is motion teaching software for multi-joint robot including BIOLOID, DARWIN MINI. Using 3D model, users can easily generate motion like composing music. Synchronized mode is also available via bluetooth.

http://mike-ibioloid.blogspot.com/2014/04/roboplus-motion-20-beta.html
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Anyone wants a Google Glass? I have the Developer purchasing code.

Please contact me ASAP if you do. Email: davidsheng00@gmail.com

It's 1500$, and you can add other stuff for additional fees.
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Ya thanks. 
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This is a tutorial I made on how to make a duct tape Frisbee. It flies surprisingly well and is almost indestructible.
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all good
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I made a driving wheel stand out of a repurposed satellite dish bracket. The best part is, the satellite dish bracket is fully adjustable, so I can get the wheel just right. Now I just need Gran Turismo 6 and I am all set! 
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that is intense!! as a turismo fan myself i would LOVVVE this... awesome creativity 
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Quadcopter

Bored with the roads?  Just fly.
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Very very cool ... 
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Industry Tap

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Giant smoke ring machine.

Do you know how it's done?
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Scaled up airzooka still looks hella fun!
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Jeff Harry

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Our Play-Well staff are AFOL's obsessed w/ LEGO.  So, we created this funny video to address their LEGO addiction.  Feel free to share this video with any LEGO addicts you know: http://bit.ly/LEGOWellnessParodyCommercial
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Richard Haven

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Okay, this is almost a philosophical question: can I ethically pay someone to build a one-off hack for me?

I don't have time to learn and fall and try again, and I want to give it as a gift at the beginning of October. I want a unit that plays a short, user-supplied MP3 when someone walks through an (interior) door. I expected to find a commercial product, but short of a whole-house system, I have not found one.

I think it is just an electric eye and a player (and an off switch), but putting it all together is more than I'm currently familiar with.

Moral commentary? n00b derision? Catalog links?
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Depends where you live I guess. Local hackerspace? Tech Shop? SparkFun or Adafruit forums?
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Tony Harris

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This is brilliant! 
 
This is a great use for the front of an old car!

They've used the front of an old car and retrofitted some leather chairs. I think its a great way to recycle a classic car! I wonder if the lights still work... ;-)
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This would be for events like the Detroit Maker Faire where I took these videos. Kids really liked playing soccer with my robots so I am working on ideas for more interaction between my robots and the kids.

http://mike-ibioloid.blogspot.com/2013/07/working-on-my-robot-soccer-demo-idea.html
This would be for events like the Detroit Maker Faire where I took these videos. Kids really liked playing soccer with my robots so I am working on ideas for more interaction between my robots and the kids.
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Happy National #Robotics Week!  We're looking forward to today's event in #PaloAlto California.  Who's going?
 
Join us for the Silicon Valley Robot Block Party hosted by WilmerHale. Have fun at one of the biggest and best celebrations of National Robotics Week. You'll see rolling, flying, walking, swimming and dancing robots. Robots for sale, robots for research and robots for fun!

The Robot Block Party will run from 1pm - 4pm and is free and open to the public. All the latest robots from a range of companies large to small will be on display or roaming around. 

You can join Silicon Valley Robotics as an individual to be on the guest list for other Silicon Valley Robotics events. Or if you'd just like to stay in the loop, you can join our join our mail list.
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Brooke Sault

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Join this LED Project Contest:  Enter your LED project and earn the chance to win $150 store credit.  Judging criteria is based on usefulness, creativity and complexity.  The three requirements are: at least one of the products be from us and at least one image be submitted with a description of the project.  Of course any additional photos, materials or videos are welcome and will only enhance your chance of winning. Project submissions are welcome until the end of February; the winner will be announced on March 6th!

Submit projects to "sales@ledsupply.com"
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Most of our aquarium application customers use an LED from our Cree line of products.  The LEDs aren't listed by Watts, because the wattage depends on the driver current used.  Most of them have a max drive current of 1000mA.
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A little threaded fasteners history for all our Makers out there.  Happy Friday!
 
In 1864,  #WilliamSellers  proposed a uniform system of  #screwthreads  which differed from the British (Whitworth) standard in that the tops and bottoms of the threads are rounded rather than flattened. In the long run this proved to be the superior system, as it withstands stress and resists cracking and breaking better than the flattened threads of the Whitworth standard. However, it would be twenty years before his system was accepted as the #AmericanStandard

#Olander   #fasteners   #history  
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Lets see how many correct answers we can get to this question:
What are some examples of #applications that use "left-handed threads"?  In other words, "lefty-loosey, righty-tighty" does not apply. 


#lefthanded #threads #fasteners #olander #TechnicalExpertise    
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The cross slide and compound slide on my lathe use left hand threaded rods.
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PHOTOS: 10 Awesome People Who Turned Challenges Into Amazing Halloween Costumes (via +The Huffington Post Impact)

Their Halloween costumes, all of which showcased optimism and creativity in extremely trying circumstances, helped put our tiny problems in perspective and reminded us to always look at the brighter side.

See more at: http://buff.ly/1bhAFE6

#inspiring #HalloweenCostumes #optimism #creativity
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Superb 
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Kickstarter for an illegal tool? 
http://kck.st/16ATpjy
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It's called sarcasm. No offense...
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Cool, my new shirt came!
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can i have one
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