1. 3D Printed Open Source Arduino Robot Inmoov


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    The InMoov robot is worlds first Open Source 3D printed humanoid size robot which you can 3D print yourself with a home 3D printer. The InMoov robot was created by Gael Langevin and is powered with Arduino boards. You can download the parts for the InMoov robot at Wevolver.com

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    • Openness — Open whatever you want


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      Openness is a new movement that revolves around the sharing of knowledge and creativity. For more information go to: http://cargocollective.com/Openness or go to my protfolio on: www.pronounceasmatthijs.com

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      • OSBH - Sensor Development Update


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        The Open Source Beehives project team and collaborators in Colorado start developing some test humidity and temperature sensor kits. Shot and edited by Aaron Makaruk. Music by Satin Jackets. www.opensourcebeehives.net www.opentechcollaborative.cc www.fablabbcn.org

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        • Fa)(a 3D ! (falla3d.com)


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          IT: Stampante 3D Open Source con scorrimento assi X Y su guide a levitazione magnetica, modulare (estrusione tutti i filamenti 3mm e 1.75) e scalabile! EN: OpenSource 3D Printer with a magnetic levitation system for the bearings of the X and Y axes. The printer is also modular (it can extrude all 3mm and 1.75 mm filaments) and scalable! FR: Une imprimante 3D OpenSource avec un système de levitation magnétique pour le mouvement des axes X et Y. La machine est aussi modularie (extrudent tous les filaments de 3 mm et 1.75 mm) et extensible! ES: Una impresora 3D OpenSource con escurrimiento a levitaciòn magnètica de los ejes X y Y, modular (puede extrudir todos los filamentos de 3mm y 1.75 mm) y de tamaño escalar!

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          • 3D Printing from scratch


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            3D Printing from scratch covers the whole process of creating a new object (T-Rex keychain) using a RepRap Prusa i2 and Blender 2.70. Feel free to download this model from Thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:321327 Checkout other downloadables 3D models: http://www.thingiverse.com/jamacias/designs Technical information: Printed in plastic PLA. Electronic board: Sanguinololu 1.3a Chipset: ATmega 1284p Firmware: Marlin 1.0 Workspace: x: 19cm y:19cm z: 8cm Layer height: 0'28mm Wall width: 0'4mm Fill density: 0.8 (80%) Filament diameter: 3'00mm/1'75mm Extruder temperature: 185ºC Bed temperature: 60ºC Nozzle diameter: 0.5mm Cold end: Jonaskuehling Greg's Wade extruder Hot end: Customized version of the J-Head extruder Music by The Postal Service - Such Great Heights

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            • Seminario - The iCub humanoid robot: an open platform for research in embodied cognition 2014


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              Seminario su iCub: a platform for research in embodied cognition Venerdì 24 Gennaio alle ore 9:30 Presso l’Aula Magna «OLIVERI» - polo didattico di Ingegneria Città Universitaria - viale A. Doria 6 Il Prof. Giorgio Metta (Department Director iCub Facility, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Genova) Terrà un seminario dal titolo: iCub: a platform for research in embodied cognition Abstract: I will present the iCub humanoid, a robotic platform designed for research in embodied cognition. At 104 cm tall, the iCub has the size of a three and half years old child. It can crawl on all fours and sit up to manipulate objects. Its hands have been designed to support sophisticate manipulation skills. The iCub is distributed as Open Source following the GPL/FDL licenses and can now count on a worldwide community of enthusiastic developers. The entire design is available for download from the project homepage and repository (http://www.iCub.org). About 25 robots have been built so far which are available in laboratories in Europe, US, and soon in Japan. It is one of the few platforms in the world with a sensitive full-body skin to deal with the physical interaction with the environment including possible people. https://www.dieei.unict.it/Members/giovanni.muscato-40dieei.unict.it/seminario-su-icub-a-platform-for-research-in-embodied-cognition www.icub.org : an open source cognitive humanoid robotic platform http://www.aber.ac.uk/en/cs/research/ir/robots/icub/ : Aberystwyth University

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              • ALYT: Beyond Smart. Genius.


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                When you want to lead a smart life, not just have a smart home http://igg.me/at/alyt/x/7015370

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                • Orquesta Robótica


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                  "Orquesta Robótica" es un taller que se realiza regularmente en el ESPACIO Fundación Telefónica de Lima, Perú. Su primera edición ocurrió el 29 de Marzo del 2014 en el marco del Arduino Day, evento realizado mundialmente por la celebración del décimo aniversario de Arduino. La Orquesta Robótica es un taller dirigido para adolescentes en el que los chicos aprenden a programar secuencias musicales con tres robots: El Percutivo, El Monocorde y El Xilófono. Este taller fue realizado en colaboración entre Ambar Labs, el Espacio Fundación Telefónica y el Fab Lab del Museo Metropolitano de Lima. Agradecemos especialmente a Openhardware.pe por ser los mejores proveedores de Arduino en Perú y a Techno Children por colaborar con su música en la difusión de este proyecto. --- "Orquesta Robótica" (Robotic Orchestra) is a workshop which is regularly given on ESPACIO Fundación Telefónica in Lima, Peru. It's first edition was given on March 29th in the context of the Arduino Day, an event happening simultaneously in cities all over the world for the celebration of Arduino's 10th anniversary. Robotic Orchestra is a workshop aimed for young people in which they learn to program musical sequences with three different robots: The Percutive one, The Monochord one, and The Xylofone one. This workshop was made in collaboration between Ambar Labs, Espacio Fundación Telefónica and Fab Lab del Museo Metropolitano de Lima. Our special thanks to Openhardware.pe for being the best Arduino providers in Peru, and Techno Children for supporting this video with their awesome music! www.ambarlabs.com / www.facebook.com/ambarlabs http://espacio.fundaciontelefonica.com.pe/ / www.facebook.com/EFTLima www.fablabs.io/fablabmet / www.facebook.com/fablabmet http://arduino.cc / www.facebook.com/official.arduino http://openhardware.pe / www.facebook.com/open.hardware.labs www.soundcloud.com/technochildren / www.facebook.com/technochildren

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                  • Open Curiosity - The First OpenSource Rover


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                    Curiosity Replica (1:5 scale). Author: Carlos Sicilia Til Have you ever wanted to try your inventions or experiments on Mars? Would you like to experiment with measurements taken on the Martian surface? OpenCuriosity is an open source, exomars rover (1:5 scale) with arduino as main controller, based on the NASA Curiosity rover. It contains a set of Arduino boards and sensors. The general public will be allowed to use these Arduinos and sensors for their own creative purposes while they are in space. All the people will be allowed to integrate their project in the robot, and the data gathered will be available on the internet in order to share this information with the general public for educational, science or other purposes. We want to provide affordable space exploration for everyone!

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                      HIGH PERFORMANCE OPEN HARDWARE FOR SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS 12 years of designing and manufacturing Open Hardware cameras - the benefits for Elphel and for the community Elphel Inc. was founded in 2001 by Dr. Andrey Filippov with the idea of designing Open Hardware high performance cameras, using the principles found in Free and Open Source Software development and in scientific research. We would like to present our experience in doing business as an open hardware company, developing high performance products distributed under GNU/GPL and CERN OH licenses, which are open to modifications and valued by scientific community around the globe. Olga Filippova is a vice-president of Elphel, business manager and project coordinator. She is also responsible for customer relations, sales and marketing. Olga holds a Master's Degree in Architecture, with professional experience in 3D modelling and project management, and has been with the company since it's start in 2001. Andrey N. Filippov has over 30 years of experience in the embedded systems design. Since graduation from the Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology in 1978 he worked for the General Physics Institute (Moscow, Russia) in the area of high-speed high-resolution, mixed signal design, application of PLDs and FPGAs, and microprocessor-based embedded system hardware and software design, with a special focus on image acquisition methods for laser physics studies and computer automation of scientific experiments. Andrey holds a PhD in Physics from the Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology. In 1995 Andrey moved to the United States and after working for Cordin Company (Salt Lake City, Utah) for 6 years in 2001 started Elphel, Inc. dedicated to doing business in emerging field of open systems based on free (GNU/GPL) software and open hardware. Oleg Dzhimiev has been working at Elphel as an electronics engineer since 2009. Oleg holds a Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics and Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow Russia. His professional experience includes working with network digital cameras, creating firmware for Elphel network cameras and extension boards, using Verilog FPGA language, creating tests for network cameras, creating image-processing workflows and image processing tools related to camera calibration. Speaker Filippova Olga

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