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Nahid Alam

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We are building a dog wellness platform. Our 1st product is a smart dog bowl that guides dogs to good health(http://www.obedog.com/). We have a working prototype and would love your feedback. 
Obe probowl is a smart dog bow for dog food and water.  measure and manage your dog's meals, anywhere, anytime. get personalized dog food portions to automatically guide the serving size for your dog's age, size and breed. track ingredients, diagnose allergies and get alerts if eating or drinking habits change which can be an early sign of trouble.  Obe ProBowl is an intelligent dog bowl that automatically guides what you feed your dog.
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Adafruit Industries
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10% off all items in stock code is ADAFRUITDAILY expires 9/2/2015 @ 11:59pm ET #askanengineer https://youtu.be/g6oXQ6IxdoM & http://www.adafruit.com

What is “Ask an engineer”? From the electronics enthusiast to the professional community – “Ask an Engineer” has a little bit of everything for everyone. If you’re a beginner, or a seasoned engineer – stop in and see what we’re up to! We have demos of projects and products we’re working on, we answer your engineering and electronics questions and we have a trivia question + give away each week.

http://www.adafruit.com/ask

#adafruit #arduino #electronics #hardware #opensource #projects #raspberry #computer #raspberrypi #microcontrollers #LEDs #LED #gemma #flora #bluetooth #bluefruit #neopixel #neopixels #wearables #art #askanengineer #showandtell #madewithcode #teamarduinocc

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Davide Candiloro

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How to flash those little ESP8266 modules with NodeMCU on a Macintosh or Linux machine.

Has someone tried out MicroPython yet? I'm wondering how does it fare against NodeMCU!
Steps and notes to flash NodeMCU firmware to the ESP8266 modules on a Mac computer, using command line tools
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10% off all items in stock code is SIXYEARS expires 8/26/2015 @ 11:59pm ET #askanengineer https://youtu.be/lgiBMay-KkQ & http://www.adafruit.com

What is “Ask an engineer”? From the electronics enthusiast to the professional community – “Ask an Engineer” has a little bit of everything for everyone. If you’re a beginner, or a seasoned engineer – stop in and see what we’re up to! We have demos of projects and products we’re working on, we answer your engineering and electronics questions and we have a trivia question + give away each week.

http://www.adafruit.com/ask

#adafruit #arduino #electronics #hardware #opensource #projects #raspberry #computer #raspberrypi #microcontrollers #LEDs #LED #gemma #flora #bluetooth #bluefruit #neopixel #neopixels #wearables #art #askanengineer #showandtell #madewithcode #teamarduinocc
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Sikdar Aero

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Thrust is the forward force that pushes the engine and, therefore, the airplane forward. Sir Isaac Newton discovered that for "every action there is an equal and opposite reaction." An engine uses this principle. The engine takes in a large volume of air. The air is heated and compressed and slowed down. The air is forced through many spinning blades. By mixing this air with jet fuel, the temperature of the air can be as high as three thousand de...
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Cameron Norris

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We're making great progress with Ryan Cashman's prosthesis!
Ryan was recently released from the hospital and his 3D scans were completed last week thanks to Dimensional Engineering.

We're one step closing to completing his custom bionics!

http://blog.wevolver.net/post/124146953699/meet-the-team-designing-and-building-a-medical
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Last summer I visited a wonderful hospital in Paraguay called KM81. They manufacture custom shoes and orthotics for leprosy patients. Patient's have to travel to the hospital to have plaster molds of their feet/limbs taken. These molds are then used by the shoe smiths to create the custom footwear. I was struck by the opportunity 3D printing could bring to them - rather than have the patient's travel to the hospital, have field staff scan a patient's foot/limb and then print the limb at the hospital, make the shoe and take it back to them.
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Test Your Strength With A Strong Man Stapler
https://blog.adafruit.com/2015/08/24/test-your-strength-with-a-strong-man-stapler/

Jeff sent in this fun strong man Neopixel stapler project. via github

_My office has a “loud stapler” I thought it would be funny to add a carnival style stapler to the office. I spent a few hours writing and
tinkering to the the final product in the video. I’m also planning on a larger version. By larger, I mean a full meter of Neopixels._
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Matthew DeBlock

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OpenSource "Living Texture Server"
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Modular ARM Cellular Automation

Most Recent Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYLREQd2Hlc

SOURCE CODE and more info
http://github.com/vastencn/toobit

 Youtube Playlist of Toobit Video Documentation
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmSUTHzWYMaNGqxUQunqIu3TbsDL2QnI-

Primary goals so far are
Target : Small cheap ARM systems
Code : Semi-Optimized C Prototype
Application : Server based cellular automation platform
Fields : Visual Effects, Music Visualization, Particle Effects, "Living Server Based Textures' 
Toobit is a Project with documented development.
Video documentation is regularity done and frequent version backups are made as well.

This way the project is either useful as a framework and as a reference for the design of such a platform from scratch.

Features to date:
-function pointer based automation
(just design the physics as a function and pass that function into the core)
-"Safe" pointer based pre-processing
(faster access to neighborhood and no need to worry about boundaries)
-Server (Can handle HTTP request)
-Thin Terminal Client (Can deliver and then service a HTML5/Javascript/etc.. client)
-server raw output dump and client injection
-Threading core(lock stepped core of 3 threads to help max out cpu usage..[adjustable thread count coming..])
-Some basics like screen print, speed test, init functions etc..

Future plan.. too many to count but some are
-Mesh networking to allow them to join and sync into larger universes.
-serial node based processing (out from 1 is input into 2.... output 2 into input 3 etc..)
-Visual effects, music viz
-Unreal, Unity, Blender, etc.. pluigin to stream the output into the 3d world as textures, maps, particles, etc..
-so much more.. with little arm systems you could build complex networks of these and do all kinds of i/o :)


 Youtube Playlist of Toobit Video Documentation
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmSUTHzWYMaNGqxUQunqIu3TbsDL2QnI- //-----------------------------
// TOOBIT v0.5
// 2d bit space simulation system
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// Toobit is part software project, part experiment, part educational material
// Goals
//  -Framework : develop an optimed platform for "complex digital virtual physics systems"
//  -Study : experiment with said systems and seek shiny stuff
//  -Educational Media : document the development on youtube with explaination
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// "Complex digital virtual physics systems" means systems that have common rules applied 
//   constantly each frame of time to every point of space. Conway's Game of Life is a
//   well known example. Many much more complex systems have been devised and documented.
//   The goal here is not to design one, but explore the developement of an optimized
//   "virtual physics design framework".
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// I play with alot of embeded ARM systems these days, so I want fast, small and tight
//               you have a dirty mind
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// Just simple C, it's what I am best at and what seems to be more rare the days.
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// A major focus here is optimization. This game is all about how big you can make space,
//   how complex the rules can be, and how fast you can run time. 
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// This will manifest itself in several visible ways
//  -pointers pointers pointers!
//  -Avoidance of restrictive elements
//  -Heavy use of preprocessor
//  -Recompile required for many config changes
//
// note threading is planned, but there is much else that must be designed first
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// Youtube Playlist of Toobit Video Documentation
//  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmSUTHzWYMaNGqxUQunqIu3TbsDL2QnI-
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Steve Spence

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Alfonso E.M.

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Making a classic hydraulic crane, with my little betatester, Pit
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Brilliant idea.
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Rimini Makers

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Settembre, andiamo. È tempo di CALL for MAKERS http://goo.gl/Dhw9F8
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HerArt SheLoves

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Recent commission completed early August, Robot Sculpture "The Toymaker"
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The Linux Homefront (Retranslator)

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Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge on Linux with Qemu-KVM: HowTo and Demo
More details -https://tlhp.cf/windows-10-on-linux/

#linux #windows #microsoft #edge #qemu
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SinoVoip(banana pi)

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BPI-OpenWRT is now officially released you can build youself OpenWrt image for BPI-M1,BPI-M1+,BPI-M2 http://t.co/78w1NRQBC1
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marykris de leon

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In this tutorial, we’ll use the HTTP cookie, also known as the web cookie or browser cookie. It is designed to be a reliable way for websites to remember useful information, such as shopping cart items, or to record any user activity on a website. https://www.codeofaninja.com/2014/09/php-shopping-cart-tutorial-using-cookies.html
Our PHP shopping cart tutorial using cookies will explain and help you create a shopping cart script with its data stored in cookies. The best way to do it.
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banana pi

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Ubuntu 15.04 Overview and Test on Banana Pi BPI-M1 https://t.co/DJSIcqSKB9 
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Raffaele Tranquillini

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Poll: is your workbench tidy or not?
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I clicked for my virtual one (desktop on my daily PC), my physical ones are horrible.  All of them.  I like +Olaf Keller 's answer, mines still 3.5, but I ran the upgrade to 3.9 once I virtualized it.  ;-D
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Heilman Hackatronics (Matt Heilman)

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There you go! That is way better than it was before. You couldn't do exactly what I suggested, but what you did achieved the same thing. The important thing was getting that wide spread of fastening like you did. Sure enough when you screwed that wood strip back onto that metal that stiffened it up like you figured it would too. You basically turned it into a big angle then.

One thing I thought of as soon as I could see back in there was you could have filled up that metal with a piece of wood. Just got a piece of wood to fit in that channel really tightly. That would have stiffened it up too. But obviously you didn't even need to do that. I think you should put a back splash on your workbench. Just so stuff don't go flying off back there. Plus it'll be even more support for your uprights. If you run it up high enough maybe you could attach bins to the back splash, or something?

A back splash just seems to offer some opportunities to me. The pro benches I've seen like yours is starting to look like sometimes have them.

It actually looks like you have to build up more now, for a light bar. I'm looking at technical workstations on the net. The really cool ones have an overhead light bar.

http://www.cisco-eagle.com/storage/shopequipment/Proline/Basics-Workstation-Category.jpg

A power strip is a must too, of course. Anyhow congratulations. I don't have to get all nervous seeing your scope up on that shelf anymore.
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