Arduino

05.22.16
Google Science Journal studies the world through your phone
05.22.16

Google Science Journal studies the world through your phone

All you need is Android and budding curiosity.

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04.30.16
Puma's robotic running companion can keep pace with Usain Bolt
04.30.16

Puma's robotic running companion can keep pace with Usain Bolt

Too bad the BeatBot is so expensive it's only available to Puma's sponsored athletes, then.

By T. J.,   04.30.16
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04.20.16
Antbo is a robot insect companion anyone can build
04.20.16

Antbo is a robot insect companion anyone can build

It teaches kids programming, while teaching itself how to love.

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04.20.16
Arduino clone is as small as an AA battery
04.20.16

Arduino clone is as small as an AA battery

AAduino is designed to fit inside (and get power from) a battery holder.

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03.22.16
Engadget giveaway: Win an mCookie Family Kit courtesy of Microduino!
03.22.16

Engadget giveaway: Win an mCookie Family Kit courtesy of Microduino!

Easily add intelligence to LEGO creations and more.

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02.10.16
Machine turns your Twitter posts into tasty cocktails
02.10.16

Machine turns your Twitter posts into tasty cocktails

Data Cocktail picks ingredients based on keywords in social updates.

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02.03.16
ICYMI: Cockroach torture, an app for Parkinson's and more
02.03.16

ICYMI: Cockroach torture, an app for Parkinson's and more

Jurassic Park should have taught us: Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.

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01.19.16
Engadget giveaway: Win a pair of Vortex robots courtesy of DFRobot!
01.19.16

Engadget giveaway: Win a pair of Vortex robots courtesy of DFRobot!

These educational toy-bots can help kids learn to code.

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12.29.15
This DIY sonar glove can 'feel' distant objects underwater
12.29.15

This DIY sonar glove can 'feel' distant objects underwater

Japanese Ph.D. candidates built a portable sonar device with a 3D printer, an Arduino and a few sensors

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