Intel Edison technology packs a robust set of features into its small size -- delivering great performance, durability, and a broad spectrum of I/O and software support. Those versatile features help meet the needs of a wide range of makers and pro-makers. Jim will provide an introduction to using Linux* with the Intel Edison technology's hardware, software, and cloud capabilities. In addition, he will outline how the new Intel Edison board, paired with a number of expansion boards, can support the thousands of ideas on the cusp of being invented.
Come play with DIY Health Technology made at MITs Little Devices Lab. Devices include: legos detecting virus, Arduino shields for diagnostics, and pop up clinics. We'll bring tools and medical makers and we can make health
Ask the GPS (and GNSS) Trimble experts questions about the Global Positioning System and the Global Navigation Satellite System. L1/L2/L5 GPS, L1/L2 GLONASS, E1/E5 Galileo... How all these can be useful for your project.
Wayne and Layne purchased a low-cost pick-and-place machine to make electronics. We're able to prototype faster and cheaper than ever. We're sharing our experiences, tips, and tricks, and releasing open source software for working with the TM-220A and TM-240A.
PCBWeb and OrderPCBs are part of a free design suite for creating and sharing electronics. They're powerful enough for professionals, yet simple enough for first-timers. Come learn beginning-to-end circuit board design.
Current transportation options for short distance travel within 5 miles range all have their shortcomings, whether they are energy inefficient, polluting, time consuming, or physically exhausting. We at EcoReco would like to demonstrate our take to solve this last miles issue. nEcoReco M3 is an eco-friendly, efficient, portable, and smart electric vehicle in the form of a kick scooter, designed for everyday urban use of an adult. It has performance one desires, and it is still compact, lightweight, safe, and easy to use. nIt provides a convenient and economic ride for everyone, and cleaner air for all.
Technology is speeding up, and makers of today already have little in common with the makers of yesterday. But one thing unites us: our passion for the new, for the untried
It is our biggest strength, as well as our most dangerous weakness. You work for months on that stunning project, and realize too late that no one really cares. Or maybe just mom
At the speed the world is going, you need to realize quickly if you are headed the right way, and build your product even faster
At BotFactory we decided to tackle part of that problem by building a rapid electronic circuit prototyper. Let me share a few tips I learned along the way.
My book Make: Electronics encouraged readers to learn through hands-on projects that were fun and innovative. My new book, Make: More Electronics, extends this journey. It includes unique experiments with op-amps, comparators, logic chips, and sensors. The projects are entirely original and unlike those that you will find in most electronics-hobby books.
There's an option for programming Arduino that requires less set up and promotes collaboration. We'll look at using the codebender web system to program a beginner board. This system allows for easy sharing of code and has allowed us to move our book to the internet in an engaging way. Share, edit and upload your sketches from one system. Using codebender with the Arno board makes it easy to get students started with Arduino