Monthly Archives: April 2015

How to Make 3D printable Voronoi Patterns with Autodesk® Meshmixer

Voronoi patterns make interesting, organic looking models. Add a Voronoi pattern to any .STL or 3D model that will import into Autodesk Meshmixer by reducing polygons and applying the [Dual Edges] pattern. Read more about Voronoi diagrams on Wikipedia. Download … Continue reading

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3D printing used to create 4D airway splint, saving three babies from imminent death

3D printing technology has really been making a name for itself in the medical world recently, but it’s been around for a lot longer than you might think. The first 3D printed medical applications were developed a few years ago, … Continue reading

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Qlik Introduces Qlik Sense Enterprise 2.0 – ChannelWorld.in

Qlik Introduces Qlik Sense Enterprise 2.0ChannelWorld.inQlik previewed Qlik Sense Enterprise 2.0, the newest release of its modern, platform-based approach to business intelligence (BI) available in June 2015. Qlik Sense Enterprise spans use cases across the organization ranging from self-service data …and … Continue reading

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Microsoft and Arduino: new partnership announced today

It’s a special day for the Makers’ community. Massimo Banzi is in San Francisco attending Build Conference, the biggest developer event of the calendar year for Microsoft and today Microsoft is  announcing a strong partnership with Arduino: Windows 10 is … Continue reading

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Touchscreen Internet Radio using Raspberry

Make this super easy and cool looking 2.8″ touchscreen Internet Radio that can be controlled with PC, Smartphone and basically every machine that has got a browser and an internet connection.. Touchscreen Internet Radio using Raspberry – [Link] from Electronics-Lab.com … Continue reading

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Internet of Tools for your Internet of Things: Part 1

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What’s an Arduino? Jimmy Fallon knows it…

An Arduino Uno appeared at The Tonight Show thanks to a project called Wildfire Warning System created by a 14 years old girl from California. Take a look at the video to discover how  you can detect fires  using a gas sensor … Continue reading

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