2D-RFID input at the tip of your fingers

Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada have developed a novel hand-based input technique called Tip-Tap that amazingly requires no batteries.  The wearable device uses a series of three custom RFID tags on both the thumb and index finger with half an antenna on each digit. When the fingertips…

Now you can battle real robots over the Internet
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An Arduino-powered fishing pole with automatic casting…
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James Bruton’s 3D-printed, Arduino-powered Nerf blaster…
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Contributing back to Ansible — flexible secrets with…
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Qt Design Studio 1.4 Beta released
We are happy to announce the beta release of Qt Design Studio 1.4
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