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Electric Objects Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Build Displays For Digital Art

Electric Objects 05 Startup Electric Objects aims to build displays for Internet art, separate from devices like laptops and smartphones that it says are “designed for distraction.” Today it’s launching a Kickstarter campaign for its first wave of displays, dubbed the EO1. Founder and CEO Jake Levine, who was previously the general manager of Digg (at Betaworks), elaborated in the video… Read More

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Electric Objects Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Build Displays For Digital Art

Electric Objects 05 Startup Electric Objects aims to build displays for Internet art, separate from devices like laptops and smartphones that it says are “designed for distraction.” Today it’s launching a Kickstarter campaign for its first wave of displays, dubbed the EO1. Founder and CEO Jake Levine, who was previously the general manager of Digg (at Betaworks), elaborated in the video… Read More

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Watch Curious George jeux games video Build A ROBOT Game For Kids Cartoons Movie

CURIOUS GEORGE is an animated series based on the popular books by Margret and H.A. Rey and airs daily on PBS KIDS. Curious George Games For Kids Cartoons Bu…
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Aiming To Build Beautiful, Internet-Connected Displays, Electric Objects Raises $1.7M

electric objects Jake Levine, most recently the general manager of Digg, is hoping to build devices that change the way we interact with the Internet, and he’s raised $ 1.7 million in seed funding to make that happen. Levine is founder and CEO of a new startup called Electric Objects. He outlined the general idea in a blog post earlier this month, writing that his goal is to “put the Internet on your wall”: Read More

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Aiming To Build Beautiful, Internet-Connected Displays, Electric Objects Raises $1.7M

electric objects Jake Levine, most recently the general manager of Digg, is hoping to build devices that change the way we interact with the Internet, and he’s raised $ 1.7 million in seed funding to make that happen. Levine is founder and CEO of a new startup called Electric Objects. He outlined the general idea in a blog post earlier this month, writing that his goal is to “put the Internet on your wall”: Read More

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Stanford students build autonomous robots for ‘Botcoin Bonanza’

After weeks of lectures, students in ME 210: Introduction to Mechatronics face a final project like none other: Build a robot from scratch and put it to batt…

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GDC 2014: AdMob, a Platform to Build Your Gaming App Business

Full playlist here: http://goo.gl/fq0X3F Google advertisers spend more ad dollars in games than any other type of app! Jonathan Alferness and Russell Ketchum…

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From The Ashes Of Willow Garage, Savioke Gets $2M To Build A ‘Services Industry’ Robot

SaviokePortraits-137 Savioke, a robotics startup out of Sunnyvale led by the former CEO of the now-defunct but influential Willow Garage robotics startup, is announcing a seed round of funding today, $ 2 million from Jerry Yang’s AME Cloud Ventures, Google Ventures, Morado Venture Partners and other individual investors. It is planning to use the money to develop and build its first robot, an as-yet unnamed piece of… Read More

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Kinect v2 for Windows will include 1080p sensor, says Microsoft at Build 2014

Kinect v2 for Windows will include 1080p sensor, says Microsoft at Build 2014
Starting with Windows compatibility, Microsoft said it would update its platform for using the Kinect motion controller with a Windows computer. Microsoft even demonstrated Kinect for Windows, showing Build attendees that Kinect v2 could enable …
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Microsoft unveils Kinect for Windows v2
Microsoft's Kinect for Windows v2 hardware is slightly more understated than its Xbox One equivalent, but requires two external boxes – a data hub and a dedicated power supply – to operate. Microsoft has formally unveiled the Kinect for Windows v2 …
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Microsoft showcases Kinect for Windows v2: Yes, that hardware just looks like
For the program fee of US$ 399, Microsoft gave the developers the latest version of the sensor hardware, together with an initial access to its software development kit and a direct access to the engineering team of Kinect for Windows through exclusive …
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Build Your Own Makerbot-Inspired Robotic Tattoo Machine

I actually checked to see if today was April Fool’s but, seeing as how it wasn’t and seeing as how it would be quite simple to recreate this cool piece of hardware, I figured we could check it out. Basically it’s a DIY tattoo machine that uses a Makerbot base with a needle attached to the extruder. To use it you simply strap your arm to the platform (!!!) and wait for the robot to blow some Sailor… Read More

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