Michael Overstreet combines his two loves of 3D printing and robotics by printing his own humanoid robots. His goal is to make robotics affordable by printing as many of the parts as possible. Also, his robots are super fun to watch and play with.
Read full story →
There was a second underwater ROV at Maker Faire Trondheim today. This one came with added water, and was powered by a Raspberry Pi.
Originally prototyped using an Arduino, Aalberg Audio's guitar delay pedal and Bluetooth LE remote control now looks like a product, not a prototype.
After a while all 3D printers start to the look the same, but there are a few that are different. I talked to Simen from Polarworks about their upcoming Alta printer.
What happens when you mix a "Google Cardboard"-style viewer with with a Go Pro spherical camera mount?