Weekly STEAM and Maker Digest #5

Ready Maker One! MakeVR Pro Adds Precision 3D Modeling Tools Want to create precision 3D models in virtual reality and print them out? Sure you do. There are a handful of VR modelers out there, but the brand-new MakeVR… http://makezine.com/2017/08/07/ready-maker-one-makevr-pro-adds-precision-3d-modeling-tools/ That Guy Dressed Up as a Car Seat to Solve a Robocar Riddle Somewhere in…

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Weekly STEAM and Maker Digest #4

Mouser Now Offers The Powerful Open Source UDOO x86 SBC We spoke about the UDOO Kickstarter campaign just over a year ago . From this month, the powerful x86 single board computers are available on Mouser.com. https://www.open-electronics.org/mouser-now-offers-the-powerful-open-source-udoo-x86-sbc/ Arduino Create is now available on Chrome OS devices The new Arduino Create Chrome App enables students and other…

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Weekly STEAM and Maker Digest #3

Stanford built a ‘4D’ camera for cars, robots and VR  A team of Stanford scientists have created what could be the perfect “eye” for autonomous vehicles and delivery drones thus far. It’s a…  https://www.engadget.com/2017/07/25/stanford-4d-camera-robots/ Citizen scientists find a failed star in the Sun’s neighborhood Citizen scientists may not have the time and equipment of their…

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Weekly STEAM and Maker Digest #2

Bluetooth LE Standard Gains Mesh Networking for Improved Smart Home Connectivity The Bluetooth Special Interest Group today announced that its Bluetooth technology has been updated with support for mesh networking , designed to create…https://www.macrumors.com/2017/07/18/bluetooth-standard-mesh-networking/ Google Glass Is Officially Back, Doing Something It Doesn’t Suck At Agco Google has officially announced what we’ve known for two…

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Weekly STEAM and Maker Digest #1

Hello, World! Here is your weekly digest of all the latest and quirkiest science, technology, engineering, art, math, open source, DIY, and Pro-Maker news! Early universe ‘fireworks’ challenge notions of how stars form NASA, ESA, T. Johnson/University of Michigan At the rate things are going, astronomers may have to toss out the rule book for…

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