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4 Posts authored by: Cabe Atwell
Are you addicted to social sites? Then you may want to steer clear of the ‘x.pose’ corset (via Behance) Smart clothing is fast becoming the new trend in the fashion world. There are shoes that are able to charge mobile devices as you walk, LED dresses that changes colors as body temperatures rise and intelligent T-shirts that can remotely monitor the wearer’s vitals. Now we have a piece of clothing that becomes transparent, the more time you spend online, which may or may no ...
Alina Balean and Rucha Patwardhan’s Smart Hoodie- The wearable text messenger. The ubiquitous hoodie, typically worn by today’s youth, athletes and thug engineers everywhere. We usually don’t associate them with technology, however you will often find that those who ‘sport’ the garment often keep their cellphone in the front pocket. Since pocket space is very limited and therefore valuable, it only makes sense that two New York University graduate students would i ...
Learn with Arno Shield... A where to begin complete learning platform (via Olympia Circuits)   As many people already know, the Arduino is a versatile platform. It is a great place to start when learning about embedded electronics, or a great stepping-stone to learning about electronics in general. However, some people still struggle to begin with the Arduino and may have difficulties building and connecting circuits for the first time. Peter Gould and Kevin Warner recognized this when the ...
    If you are an Arduino fan, then you most likely heard about this one. Arduino and Gameduino work in tandem to track up to 750 satellites at once. It displays the data on a screen similar to something out of a 1980's modern war film. Fitting so, the underlining tracking portion is based on the 1983 PLAN 13 algorithms, written by James Miller. (PLAN 13 is a 6270 line program available here.) The whole front/back end is written into  37KBps of user memory. Satellite is retained i ...

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