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Ubtech introduces its new Overdrive kit while Osmo revamps its program for Android integration. Ubtech’s latest line lets you build your own construction bots. (Photo via Ubtech) Stem more...
The Ministry of Education in Japan aims to help students with their English skills by using robots. In this classroom, the robot is the teacher. (Photo from NHK) Robots are an increasing more...
Researchers at MIT created a machine to bend and twist noodles to snap them in two equal halves. This machine was specially designed to twist and break noodles. (All photo via MIT) MIT is more...
The ADXL345 accelerometer is a handy 3-axis sensor for detecting acceleration in g's in three dimensions. The tutorial below shows how it can be used with a smart phone to log data to a CSV more...