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Not that I frequent government websites, but if you were to happen upon the official website of the White House yesterday, you would have been in for a surprise: yesterday, President Obama hosted the first-ever Maker Faire in the White House. If you missed it, here was the home page: Obama hosted the first-ever White House […]
What happened to the happy-go-lucky, carefree, everything-is-awesome kid I used to be? It’s hard to pinpoint specific experiences — I think it comes down to life. Life happened. I went to college, grew up, moved on to see what the world was actually like, and decided that it’s not what I’d expected. It’s only natural […]
littleBits is an open source library of modular electronics that snap together with magnets. By connecting tiny pre-assembled circuit boards, users are able to create sophisticated projects without having to know anything about electronics or programming. Often compared to a fancy version of Legos, littleBits has been used by interactive artists, engineers, and anyone who […]
Since 2012, the Raspberry Pi has been helping creative computer scientists make some really interesting projects.
It’s never been easier to learn how to code.
Ever since people have been keeping fish as pets they have been mostly confined to swimming around in circles inside a bowl. But thanks to Studio Diip, our aquatic friends can now roam about dry land and not be confined to the limits of their tank. By using computer vision software, Fish on Wheels is […]