|Using a combination of different technologies from resin 3D printing to a microscope powered by a Nokia N8 smartphone. The creative animation team at Aardman have revealed how they are creating the microscopic stop motion movie Dot. Using a 3D printed character that is just 9 mm tall the animation team use retrofitted equipment to […]|
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|Carapace is a kinetic sculpture created and designed by Derek Hugger of a swimming sea turtle which consists of over 600 parts expanding his range of kinetic sculptures which meticulously blend art with engineering. Check out the video below to learn more about Derek’s latest sculpture in his portfolio of kinetic art. Plans to build […]|
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|Inspired by the iconic PlayStation 1, Retro Geeks has created a new Raspberry Pi case modelled after the legendary console called the PiConsole, to provide a retro gaming case for your mini PC. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about its design and construction. The PlayStation Raspberry Pi case is now available to […]|
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|Matthew and Mark McLachlan Have created a new magnetic building block system which is launched via Kickstarter this week and already raised over $123,000 thanks to nearly 2,500 backers. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the PIXL building system which offers “an infinitely expandable magnetic building system designed for 2D and 3D […]|
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|If you are still wondering what to wear this Halloween may be interested in awesome yet quick off-the-shelf Halloween costumes created by Morph Costumes which are now available to purchase throughout the US. Check out the quick demonstration trailer below to learn more about a selection of the costumes available from the official website. “Completely […]|
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|With Halloween 2018 just around the corner, if you are still searching for a unique electronic projects to create your Halloween costume around. You may be interested in a newly updated project published to the Adafruit blog which provides full instructions and code on how to synchronise to HalloWings together. Adafruit explains a little more […]|
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|Zelda Breath of the Wild gamers that would like to replace Link with “Twitter’s favourite turtle girl” may be interested in a new mod which is currently under development and has been created by Lynard Killer from BOTW modding club. Check out the three-minute video below to learn more about the mod that allows players […]|
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|Master Lego builder Spencer R has published the photos of his recreation of the Apple Park built entirely from Lego pieces. Check out the images below to see the detail that is being included in this awesome model of the real Apple Park covers 175 acres although the awesome Apple Park LEGO model is only […]|
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|A new piece of LED art has been created by Dylan Lovinger and Timothy O’Connor the form of the HyperCube which provides a “high-tech trans-dimensional, ultra-chromatic, hyper-luminous art” form for you to enjoy. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the unique creation which has already raised nearly £20,000 thanks to over 115 […]|
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|Following on from the earlier collaboration with the Computer History Museum to release the source code for MS-DOS roughly 4 years ago. Microsoft has today announced the availability of the MS-DOS source code via GitHub, in the form of code for MS-DOS 1.25 and MS-DOS 2.0. The original source-code and compiled binaries is now available […]|
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