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Alasdair Allan

Alasdair Allan

Alasdair Allan is a scientist, author, hacker and tinkerer, who at the moment is spending a lot of his time thinking about the Internet of Things. In the past he has mesh networked the Moscone Center, caused a U.S. Senate hearing, and contributed to the detection of what was—at the time—the most distant object yet discovered.

Latest from Alasdair Allan

The iOS Bean Loader with the Light Blue Bean

Today the Light Blue Bean just because the first Arduino compatible board to allow you to write, compile, and then upload a sketch directly from your iPad. Read more »

That's a wrap for the second Elephant & Castle Mini Maker Faire...

That's a wrap for the Elephant & Castle Mini Maker Faire, which was bigger and better than ever Read more »

The Primo robot (back) and instruction board (front).

How do you teach programming to children with no prior programming experience? How do you teach programming to children that can yet read or write? Read more »

The #meARM

The meArm is a small, hackable, robotic arm designed from the ground up to be low cost and easy to use. Read more »

Screenshot 2014-11-15 13.45.11

The Cannybots are 3d printed line following robots that are Arduino compatible, and controlled via Bluetooth LE. Read more »

The Atomic Arcade—an atom building game

What could be more fun than smashing protons and neutrons together using and Arduino and Processing? Doing it as an arcade game perhaps? Read more »

The JuicyPrint prototype—here the redder light indicates where the cellulose wouldn't be growing, and the bluer light is where the cellulose would. In this case the 3d bio-printer would be printing an 'H' symbol.

Biohacking is the next big thing, but people aren't just talking about it anymore, they're using it to 3d print objects. Read more »

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