What do you do when you have a broken 3D printer? Throw it away? Tear it down for the parts? Felix has a better idea: repurpose the old Makerbot Replicator with a microscope to make a controlled, precision microscope machine. Using the Beaglebone Black and Replicape as the basis for the control circuitry, Ben Heck and Jason Kridner from Beagleboard.org lend their assistance to get Felix up and running. Have you used a Beaglebone Black? Or repurposed a 3D printer? Let the team know what you’d do differently over on the element14 Community.
All you have to do with the Tanita ES-100 is turn it on, flip out the sensor and point it to a part of your body you’re concerned is exuding too much musk. It measures particulate matter and after 10 seconds, will display how intense your odor is on a 0-10 scale (0, you don’t […]
Since its launch last September, Fortnite has already appeared on PS4, PC, Xbox and your iPhone, but it’s not stopping there. Rumors suggest a NintendoSwitch release, soon — which would go nicely alongside that Android port we’ve been promised this summer. First up, a leaked E3 document from 4chan yesterday outlined a showroom display for […]
Notably, the deep learning approach already appears to work in real world conditions. While Fox did use existing movies as a benchmark, it also had success anticipating the performance of future movies. Sure enough, the visual cues in a brand new movie trailer gave an idea as to what attendance would be like several months […]