Inspiration Feed


#1

Ready?

GO!!!

Raffaello D’Andrea: The astounding athletic power of quadcopters


Flite Test - Tricopter
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#4

Ok, if we’re going to introduce Carl Sagan into this then I have a few hundred videos to post…

Anyone want to watch the entire Cosmos series in Farset with me sometime in September?

:wink:


#5

Friend of Farset’s, Ronan Cunningham, sent me this cool stuff that Disney is doing. We could make these on the 3D printer, surely…

Details here: http://www.disneyresearch.com/project/mechanical-characters


#6

Oh Disney, why can’t you be equally awesome when it comes to copyright and government lobbying?


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This is one of my earliest Youtube favourites. I remember querying @bolster about this idea nearly 7 years ago when it was first posted on Hackaday. Needless to say it’s still something I’d like to take on :wink:


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#11

Fire!

From this article on IFL Science.

Competes with @crx091081gb 's sound wave stuff.


#12

Anyone want to get together and build a few of these? Would be cool to try out a few multiplayer experiences with them.


#13

Yet another reason to invest in a lasercutter… :smiley:


#14

Awesome Video – Flite Test - Tricopter - SCRATCH BUILD


#15

3D Printed Hydroponics with spare bottles etc http://blog.3dhubs.com/post/95091996992/maker-talk-hack-your-own-greenhouse-with-3dponics-3d


#16

Wonder could we grow hops in the windows of the workshop?


#17

I like your thinking Matt, maybe we should visit here:


#18

Do they have aluminium foil ducting? :smile:


#19

Can’t believe I missed this - someone has done work on getting Teletext using the Raspberry Pi.

I left off last time not knowing quite how to make things work, given my utter inability to write any assembly code or build from scratch anything resembling a complex analogue circuit able to work with PAL TV signals. Here’s what happened next…


#20

3D Printed Prosthetics for Disabled Dogs


#21

“Technological Disobedience” in Castro’s Cuba