OculusHead

Exhibit

3D printed robot head with webcams as its eyes to give an immersive telepresence experience using the oculus rift headset powered by Arduino and node.js



Super Fat: Furbie as a Voodoo Chat Client

Presenter

It is a trend that the web client is becoming fatter, with more computing and data storage leveraged to front end. The concept of a thin client is becoming more and more obsolete as more interaction, timeliness and personification are required from the user facing the client.nI am exploring how toys can become super fat, interactive web clients. I will be presenting what I have discovered along the way as I hack a Furby, connect it to a Meteor chat app and make the toy literally ''possessed'' by other users. Warning: It can be scary!n






Smomid

Exhibit

The Smomid is a network of handmade instruments that emit light as well as sound, making use of Arduinos, many types of sensors and high powered LEDs. This network also makes use of a robotic instrument stand in performance.


PicassoBot

Exhibit

PicassoBot, an open source drawing arm robot that can take pictures from the computer or an Android camera and sketch them on paper. USB powered and Arduino compatible, this robot kit is perfect for learning at all ages.


LabRecon

Exhibit

For automation and robotics, LabRecon software and hardware allows one to build rich and colorful graphical interfaces with functionality created by graphical programming. A built-in server allows remote internet control.





ATOM II

Exhibit

A small humanoid with great potential. Designed with the intent of being a help to the man in all areas where human life may be in danger. It's greatest characteristic is the ability to evolve according to what is required.


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