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Tag: Open Source

Parrot AR.Drone Controlled with Head Movement Using Oculus Rift: OculusDrone

Parrot AR.Drone Controlled with Head Movement Using Oculus Rift: OculusDrone
Last year we saw a drone camera system that streamed live 3D video that can be viewed through the Oculus Rift headset. Diego Araos wrote a program that not only lets you use the Rift to view the feed from a Parrot AR.Drone 2’s camera, it also uses control the drone through the headset.

Novena Open Source Laptop Fundraiser: Ctrl+A

Novena Open Source Laptop Fundraiser: Ctrl+A
Hackers Bunnie Huang and Sean “xobs” Cross have launched a fundraiser for their open source laptop, the Novena. It looks very different from its prototype, but the idea behind it remains the same: a computer with transparent and easily modifiable hardware and software.
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MetaWear Wearable Device Development Platform: Join the Revolution

MetaWear Wearable Device Development Platform: Join the Revolution
A lot of folks say that 2014 will be the year of wearables, as in wearable technology. We’ve had wearable devices such as watches and cameras for decades, but the past couple of years we’ve seen devices like Google Glass, Pebble, fitness trackers and more.

Etch A Sketch Laser Cutter: Burn A Wood

Etch A Sketch Laser Cutter: Burn A Wood
To celebrate the 10th birthday of Arduino, the folks at laser cutter shop Just Add Sharks decided to make a laser cutter run by an Arduino Pro Mini. To make things more fun, they made it so their laser cutter is controlled using two knobs just like an Etch A Sketch.

MicroView Tiny Arduino with OLED Screen: On-chip Display

MicroView Tiny Arduino with OLED Screen: On-chip Display
A company called Geek Ammo may have come up with the hacking community’s best buddy since the original Arduino. The MicroView is a chip-sized Arduino compatible computer with a built-in OLED display. Its size and built-in screen are a one-two punch for versatility.

Kegerator with Facial Recognition Knows Who Drank How Much, Because You Certainly Won’t

Kegerator with Facial Recognition Knows Who Drank How Much, Because You Certainly Won’t
Phil Harlow wanted an easy way for him and his roommates to split the bill for their kegerator’s beer keg refills. So they all decided that he’ll just pay for it. Just kidding. Phil is working on a facial recognition system for their kegerator that will keep a tab for them.

Illucia Controller Connects Hardware & Software Even if They Weren’t Meant for Each Other

Illucia Controller Connects Hardware & Software Even if They Weren’t Meant for Each Other
Hey there maker. Have you run out of toys to tinker with? Have you refurbished all of the gizmos in your local junk shop? Have you written programs to automate every appliance in your house? Chris Novello has something that should keep you occupied for a long time.

OpenKnit Clothing Printer: Programmer Wear

OpenKnit Clothing Printer: Programmer Wear
The burgeoning small scale 3D printing industry is focused on producing plastic or metal objects. A small team of makers led by Gerard Rubio hopes to turn the spotlight on a more practical material: fabric. The OpenKnit is a work-in-progress open source printer that automatically knits thread to create clothing based on digital templates.

PIXEL V2 Pixel Art LED Frame: More Features, More Accesories, Same Great Resolution

PIXEL V2 Pixel Art LED Frame: More Features, More Accesories, Same Great Resolution
I was going to talk about a pixel art LED display that’s currently raising funds on Kickstarter when I remembered that I already saw something much better: Al Linke’s PIXEL. It turns out he’s also raising funds on Kickstarter for PIXEL V2, an improved version of his display.

uArm Desktop Robot Arm: Industrial Devolution

uArm Desktop Robot Arm: Industrial Devolution
A small robotics company called UFactory is working on the uArm, a small version of the industrial robot arms we often see tirelessly moving about in modern manufacturing assembly lines. The uArm is about the size of a desk lamp and is controlled through an Arduino-compatible board.

Limelight Pi Lets You Stream PC Games to a Raspberry Pi: Streaming Pi of Shield

Limelight Pi Lets You Stream PC Games to a Raspberry Pi: Streaming Pi of Shield
We already saw a very cheap way to emulate the NVIDIA Shield’s game streaming function using a smartphone and VNC. But if you want an even cheaper way – assuming you don’t already have a smartphone – check out Limelight Pi, an open source program that lets you stream Steam games to a Raspberry Pi.

Novena Open Source Laptop: Nihil Obstat

Novena Open Source Laptop: Nihil Obstat
The last time we featured Bunnie Huang and Sean “xobs” Cross, they revealed that SD cards are computers too. If you look closely at one of the slides in their presentation (pdf), you can see that they used something called “Novena” to crack the firmware of the SD cards they tested.

Linksys WRT 1900AC Router: The Blue and Black is Back

Linksys WRT 1900AC Router: The Blue and Black is Back
Today’s Linksys routers and networking devices are usually clad in black and silver. But the company’s most recognizable product wore blue and black: the WRT54G series router. First released in 2002, it was one of the first routers to be compatible with the 802.11g wireless standard and became Linksys’ bestselling product.

OpenEmu OS X Multi-System Emulator: It Just Emulates

OpenEmu OS X Multi-System Emulator: It Just Emulates
When I first saw OpenEmu, it was already able to play games from different previous gen systems, but it had this experimental streak to it. Four years later, it has put its wild days behind. The new OpenEmu is a suave and streamlined application that looks and behaves like a native OS X program.

Crowdsourced Reward Offered for Open Source iOS 7 Jailbreak: Codestarter

Crowdsourced Reward Offered for Open Source iOS 7 Jailbreak: Codestarter
A small group of DMCA activists and device accessibility advocates are raising funds to reward anyone who comes up with an free, open source and untethered iOS 7 jailbreak. In case you’re not familiar with the term, jailbreaking iOS devices opens it up to software modifications that Apple would never officially allow.

Pixy Open Source Camera Recognizes Objects by Color: Smart Sight

Pixy Open Source Camera Recognizes Objects by Color: Smart Sight
Computers and sensors are quickly decreasing in cost and size, making it easier than ever before to build smart gadgets or robots. From accelerometers to thermal sensors, electronics nowadays can detect and record a variety of events and objects in their surroundings.
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