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Kevin Groce
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➥ Art & design  - 
 
GIF artist Atsushi Segawa (previously) is known for taking classical images of ukiyo-e and carefully computerizing certain parts, setting them into motion. His style is a mix of realism and surrealism, combining historical accuracy with science fiction. Segawa's work recently caught the eye
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Zebrano Wood Craft

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My new video tutorial is up - Make wooden guitar pics the easy way with wood veneers!  Check it out and give it a go if you're looking for a simple wood project or to make your own picks!  If you like it then give it a share!!
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Adafruit Industries
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@Raspberry_Pi#RaspberryPi #PiZero #PiHackAda @hackadayio @hackaday contest Q&A! LIVE tonight #deskofladyada 9pm ET - http://www.youtube.com/adafruit/live
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Rinkesh Patel

➥ Young engineers  - 
 
As many of my viewers #suggest me to #publish tutorial of #sketch.
Here it is.
Finally, this #tutorial will helps those who is starting #designing in #Siemens #NX9.

This 1st #part of #Sketch #video include following sub-commands of Sketch, and rest of sub-commands will be in next part.

- #Profile (Z)
- #Rectangle (R)
- #Line (L)
- #Arc (A)
- #Circle (O)
- #Point (No Shortcut)

#Mechanical #MechanicalDesigning #cad #nx #ug #nxcad
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cool! i never heard of siemens nx.. interestingly, the workflows you describe as well as the GUI look almost identical to autodesk inventor. anybody know who's stealing from whom here?
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Boian Mitov

➥ Arduino  - 
 
 
And my 35th Instructable is finished:-)
Detailed step by step instructions on how to make Wi-Fi scanner with ESP8266 and Visuino
#Arduino #ESP8266 #Visuino
ESP8266 modules are great low cost stand alone controllers with built in Wi-Fi. In this Instructable I will show you how you can easily make a Wi-Fi network scanner with an ESP8266.In the Instructable, I will use NodeMCU module version 0.9. The NodeMCU is the easiest way to program and experiment with ESP8266 controllers. This Instructable however can easily be done with any other module ESP8266, even ESP-01.Please note that the annotation on som...
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Shubhendu Singh

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Cool....never thought of bike which can be driven on land and water...amazing :D
One of the most advanced & efficient amphibious ATV (could be driven on road, terrain as well as water) - Gibbs Quadski, engine, specifications are here.
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Juan McGowen

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As all our things become ‘smart,’ companies are increasingly saying that fixing them is illegal.
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Well +Uli Krosse​, the article body does specifically mention the burgeoning IoT market as one that will suffer from the lock down this group aims to fight.
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Zvonimir Fras

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What uses would you make for this?
 
Fun Friday With Webcam And Virtual Reality

http://www.zvonimirfras.com/tech/virtual-reality-webcam/

It's been a long and intense week. I did my form of meditation to clear my mind and revived an old project of mine. It's a pretty cool one. I even made short video demonstration you can check on the link, woohoo! :D

Have a great weekend and prepare for another glorious week!
It's great time to be alive! :D

http://www.zvonimirfras.com/tech/virtual-reality-webcam/

#vr #webcam #virtualreality #computervision #computerscience
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Adafruit Industries
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Make A Minecraft Photo Booth #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/02/05/make-a-minecraft-photo-booth-piday-raspberrypi-raspberry_pi/

Use Raspberry Pi to teach Python and have fun with Minecraft and photos. via RaspberryPi.org

Build a photobooth out of blocks in Minecraft, and program it to take a picture of you (in real life!) when you walk into it.

By creating the Minecraft photobooth you will learn:

How to control the Minecraft world with the Python API
How to find the player’s x, y, and z coordinates
How to use the player’s coordinates to trigger the camera module
How to use functions, while loops, and if statements in Python

Read more https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/02/05/make-a-minecraft-photo-booth-piday-raspberrypi-raspberry_pi/
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Kevin Groce
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➥ Art & design  - 
 
The family that games together on a giant controller...probably gets in lots of fights when someone is late to press jump.
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Kevin Groce
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➥ Raspberry Pi  - 
 
I confirmed today that the new Pi-Zero (super cheap/ super small new Raspberry Pi) works with AlaMode. As in the B+, the new GPIO connector is bigger than the old, but it’s less of a problem …
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Bobby Lumia

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Hi guys, I'm building a cold drip coffee maker. looking for some quick design feedback: "Is #1 design worth the extra manufacturing effort?" Or is the #2 cube design good enough?
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Inter Action

➥ What do you make? ►  - 
 
 
A nice adaption of my "Coffeemaker Payment System" project for the Jura Impressa X7! Dennis improved the code and adapted it according to his needs. If you are interested in his code write to the following mail address: kuddel.de@gmx.de
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Shubhendu Singh

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Cool....never thought of bike which can be driven on land and water...amazing :D
One of the most advanced & efficient amphibious ATV (could be driven on road, terrain as well as water) - Gibbs Quadski, engine, specifications are here.
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Mark Brown

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Does anyone know where I can get an nxt brick and some of the sensors for the Lego mindstorms?
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+Alan Light I wasn't before but that's perfect thanks
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Nana Bingies

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Guys i have started a blog on metasploit tutorials. Check it out
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+Martti Kühne thanks boss.... ah will fix it asap
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Peter van der Walt

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Laser engraving with Smoothie and Laserweb
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ciprian moloci

➥ Raspberry Pi  - 
 
 
This is an impressively sophisticated Raspberry Pi build: a DIY underwater drone (aka ROV, or Remotely Operated underwater Vehicle), tested down to 12m depth in a lake in the Netherlands, but designed for deeper.
We found something rather fabulous on YouTube. Niels Affourtit has taken his home-made underwater drone (or ROV – Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle) from bathtub tests to real-world deployment in a great big lake somewhere in the Netherlands. It’s a sophisticated build – the video below says that it uses an HD camera, the Raspberry Pi, …
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