1. Falling Wilhelm


    from John Brewer / Added

    442 Plays / / 0 Comments

    You iPhone knows when it's falling. And it doesn't seem to like it. Source code available at: https://github.com/jeradesign/falling-wilhelm

    + More details
    • TechTalk - Field-to-Lab - Vibration


      from Dale Root / Added

      668 Plays / / 0 Comments

      Ever wonder what really goes on in the back of a truck - Let's find out! We know that vertical vibration testing is a simplification of real world conditions. For most situations it has served us well over the years and provides the answers we need. But the real world moves in 3 dimensions - and now your tests can too. Ultimate Fidelity.

      + More details
      • P5_Android_OSC_test.


        from jnyo / Added

        121 Plays / / 1 Comment

        Processing x Android connection with OSC. Sending accelerometer and gyroscope data from Android to Processing.

        + More details
        • P5_Android_accelerometer_test.


          from jnyo / Added

          160 Plays / / 0 Comments

          Test program with Ketai Sensor Library for Android.

          + More details
          • Macaco Jump - Free iPhone App


            from RedBaron85 / Added

            163 Plays / / 0 Comments

            Bring the Macaco at the top collecting a lot of fruit, unlock all levels of the game and conquer the top of the Game Center Leaderboards!

            + More details
            • Sugarcube: MIDI and MaxMSP Controller


              from Amanda Ghassaei / Added

              12.6K Plays / / 1 Comment

              Full documentation at instructables.com/id/Sugarcube-MIDI-Controller/

              + More details
              • Steering Wheel One - Demo


                from tEEonE / Added

                2,455 Plays / / 0 Comments

                Simple demo of the Steering Wheel One project. Project info available at http://projects.hackaday.com/project/470

                + More details
                • Tiny Dont Flash game


                  from Ashley James Brown / Added

                  24 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  Managed to figure out a quick way around of the charlieplexing to get all the lights to show up when the stack of boards is disturbed and not flat. Little hardware game using TinyCircuits new series of small Arduinos and shields

                  + More details
                  • Pendulum Dependance (prototype)


                    from Nicklas Lundberg / Added

                    16 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    Interactive music/sound art installation. Up to three operators can participate. By, and only by, cooperating and making their pendulum move in specific patterns the operators can trigger new musical functions and bring the composition forward to new phases. These stages range from noise to music, from reality to surreality. NOTE: Technically it is severely malfunctioning, but at this point this is beyond my control. Erratic triggering makes the music much more random sounding than it really is. One of the three (sound) voices has gone mute (middle pendulum). As you can see you have to work on it to make it happen (which still is the basic intentions with the piece. It is not automatic music). On top of that is the sound quality of the video recording lousy but this is all I got. The raw music material consist of different transpositions of the overtone series.

                    + More details
                    • PROTOTYPE: Chance of Affiars


                      from Jeniffer Heng / Added

                      25 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      Chance of Affairs, is a tangible device that aims to play the top news feed data from particular countries. Therefore a globe was an appropriate platform to interact with global news. By giving the globe flat faces, users are able to interact with the globe just like a 20 sided dice. As globalisation increases, it is important for everyone to keep up to date with global news. The Interactive Globe is powered by an accelerometer, Arduino, and Processing.

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?


                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."