Tag: Open Hardware

Cornell Daily Sun Science Spotlight

I was recently profiled (along with Brian Shiffer – a fellow hacker and good friend) in the Cornell Daily Sun.  You can read the whole article here.  Both of us attended MakerFaire NYC and the Open Hardware Summit.  I presented my sudoglove at the Open Hardware Summit, and I worked[…]

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Open Hardware Summit and Maker Faire Wrapup

Yes, that’s me with the Arduino Team at Makerfaire! If you follow me on twitter, then you’ll certainly know that I spent last weekend in New York City for the 2nd Annual Open Hardware Summit and the 2011 World Maker Faire.  I covered the Open Hardware Summit for element14 Electronics (hence[…]

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Review: WickedDevices Arduino LCD Shield

It’s LCD mania!  Following my review of the Lumex 16×2 Character LCD from element14 and my recent tutorial on interfacing an Arduino with an LCD display, I have one more LCD-related post up my sleeve.  WickedDevice, a small open source hardware company based in Ithaca, NY, sent me their LCD[…]

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A Second Visit to BlueStamp Engineering

Talking with all the aspiring engineers at BlueStamp Engineering last week went over so well that Dave and Robin (the co-founders) asked me to come back and speak again this week.  This time, we actually remembered to film my talk, so you can check it out below.  Dave asked me[…]

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