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Tag: Open Source

LEDgoes Modular LED Display: Building Blips

LEDgoes Modular LED Display: Building Blips
An LED Matrix Display is a very affordable and versatile tool for showing information. But Stephen Wylie and Stacy Devino made an even more affordable and useful version of it. They call it LEDgoes, a display…

Ubuntu Edge Smartphone: Phone, PC, Penguin

Ubuntu Edge Smartphone: Phone, PC, Penguin
Back in January, we heard about the mobile variant of the Ubuntu operating system and Canonical’s plan to launch phones that double as Ubuntu desktop PCs when docked. Now the company is launching the most ambitious…
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X-Cube 3D Printed Open Source Puzzle Cube: Rubikulous

X-Cube 3D Printed Open Source Puzzle Cube: Rubikulous
Dane Christianson’s X-Cube is not the weirdest, most complex or most sophisticated puzzle cube I’ve ever seen. But Dane didn’t really want to make the world’s most difficult or intimidating take on the Rubik’s cube. His…

Lightpack Ambient Light Kit Immerses You at Work and Play

Lightpack Ambient Light Kit Immerses You at Work and Play
Some of you may have heard of Philips’ Ambilight, a technology that’s only present in some of the company’s high end TVs. Ambilight projects ambient lighting that matches the colors and brightness of what’s being displayed…

HexBright Flex Programmable Flashlight: Open Source of Light

HexBright Flex Programmable Flashlight: Open Source of Light
Ever wished you had more control over how your flashlight worked? Or did you run out of gadgets to tinker and mess with? Then the HexBright Flex is for you. The flashlight has three modes of…

Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Buzzes Its Way into Our Hearts

Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter Buzzes Its Way into Our Hearts
Since I already have an AR.Drone 2.0, I’m not really sure I need another quadrocopter. But that doesn’t mean I can’t want another quadcopter – especially one that I can fit in the palm of my…

GCW-Zero Open Source Gaming Handheld: Straight out of Pandora’s Box

GCW-Zero Open Source Gaming Handheld: Straight out of Pandora’s Box
A new challenger steps in the niche market… ring of portable consoles built to run emulators of older systems. But like the relatively famous Pandora handheld, the GCW-Zero aims not just to let players enjoy old…

Ubuntu for Phones: the Not-Mobile OS

Ubuntu for Phones: the Not-Mobile OS
Earlier this year, Canonical threw its hat into the mobile arena when it announced Ubuntu for Android, a variant of the open source operating system that can be installed on phones already running Android. But today…

RetroBall Pong System Has 4-Player, 5-Ball Mode: Super Pong II Turbo Arcade EX Championship Edition

RetroBall Pong System Has 4-Player, 5-Ball Mode: Super Pong II Turbo Arcade EX Championship Edition
As far as competitive videogames go, you can’t get any simpler than Pong. But times have changed, and so have our tastes and need for mayhem. We can’t just have birds, they need to be angry…

iControlPad 2: Control All the Things

iControlPad 2: Control All the Things
Finally. I think the mobile controller that I’ve been waiting for has arrived. And it’s not from Apple, Samsung or any of the major mobile device manufacturers. It’s from a small company, the same one who…

Tabber LED Light Sleeve Helps You Learn to Play with a Real Guitar

Tabber LED Light Sleeve Helps You Learn to Play with a Real Guitar
With the music games out there these days, there are already some high tech ways to learn the guitar. However, most of these don’t let you play with an actual guitar, strings and frets, so it’s…

Defusable Clock: It’s Gonna Alarm!!!

Defusable Clock: It’s Gonna Alarm!!!
I’ve found my favorite alarm clock! Created by software engineer/hardware designer/part-time MacGyver Michael Krumpus, the defusable clock works just like the bombs in movies. You can stop it’s alarm within 10 seconds… if you cut the…

Adafruit iNecklace: Open Source Jewelry

Adafruit iNecklace: Open Source Jewelry
Check out the iNecklace, which is actually a piece of jewelry that you could replicate if you really want to, but you can also buy one if you’d rather not make one yourself. The unique part…

PixelInvaders LED Panels: All Your Pixels Are Belong to Us

PixelInvaders LED Panels: All Your Pixels Are Belong to Us
PixelInvaders is a computer-controlled RGB LED matrix project by Michael Vogt. The goal is to use these panels, which can be interconnected, as effect lighting in clubs, bars, fairs, museums, on stage, in a lobby or…

Déjà Vu RFID Purse Concept: for Forgetful Geeks

Déjà Vu RFID Purse Concept: for Forgetful Geeks
Last month we saw proof that practical technology can be seamlessly integrated into fashionable items. The Déjà Vu concept is another promising example. Made by MIT students Heidi Chen and Nicole Tariverdian, it’s a bag that…

Triggertrap Triggers Digital Cameras with Just About Anything You Want

Triggertrap Triggers Digital Cameras with Just About Anything You Want
If you’ve ever had a hankering to create photography that’s based on some sort of automatic trigger, have I got a cool gadget for you. The Triggertrap will let you use just about any electronic signal…
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