This is amazing... from simple drone swarms playing James Bonds movie themes (link here), now we finally see the objective of this smart independent drone swarms (or at least one of the main objectives):
Not too much comments on this....
As part of an exhibition of new artworks at bitforms in New York, artist Daniel Rozin (previously) designed the PomPom Mirror. The device relies on motion sensors and 928 faux fur pom poms
One of the first think we saw after the split of the Arduino team (see this article for more information on the matter), we have seen some new boards on the new arduino.org website. For more information
Ringo is a super cute pet robot bug based on the Arduino UNO and packed with goodies including an accelerometer, gyroscope, 6 awesome RGB LEDs (NeoPixel lights), music chirper, and more. Everything
So, i have been telling you for a long time now, and no one is listening... Skynet is coming... machines will try to take over!!! Look at this poor lady, resting in her house in South Corea,
So, Japan did it again...
From the same guys that invented this:
Now we have a robot serviced hotel! (well we could saw that one coming eh?).
"Henn-na Hotel, which means either
So many projects we have seen, but seems there is a lack of drink related projects with Arduino... maybe is because of the "Don´t drink and code" ?
1.- The Inebriator
An amazing robot, made by Kuka Robotics that shows the capability of automation (and that Skynet is quite close eh?)
via: Omron Youtube
Again, Anouk Wipprecht impresses us with a new amazing dress (we saw one of her dresses before on the post "9 amazing projects where Arduino & Art meet!") but this time she goes one step beyond!
Last summer, my girlfriend and me got a beautifull dog named "Luna" (moon in spanish), a white Golden Retriever (you can see some videos on her youtube channel here) it´s been amazingly fun but has
Say what? if this is Skynet is not as bad as the picture showed us!!!! ;)
Some info from their website:
Launched in 2014, the Makr Shakr Company aims to empower people with new robotic interactions,