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IoT Evolution – Wearable Tech Con Las Vegas, NV

    @lininoOrg @ArduinoOrg @LininoWoman @IoTEvolution @WearableTechCon@CaesarsPalace @LasVegas @Qualcomm @attdeveloper @AllSeenAlliance IoT Evolution in Las Vegas, this year also combined with the force of Wearable Tech Con, both produced by TMC. It was a week packed full of discussions in IoT, security,..

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    Sparkfun Autonomous Vehicles

      Sparkfun AVC 2015 What? Robot race competition with autonomous vehicles that know GPS of the course, soldering classes, maker talks, factory/office tour of Sparkfun HQ, battle bot…battles!, raffle, and epicness. When? All day Saturday, glorious hot day, no rain. Where?..

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      L.A. This Is How We Hack

        Well, L.A. was in for a jam packed weekend of hardware, learning, hacking, new friends, and impressive IoT projects! I drove down from San Francisco, and agreed to give the NorCal / SoCal feud a rest for the sake of..

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        Hacking is so San Francisco

          San Francisco Hackathon – hackster.io + Pacific Coast Highway + many more sponsors 🙂 Lots more good pictures of the hackers! https://www.flickr.com/photos/hacksterio/sets/ PCH was the gracious host of our weekend event. Third on the hackster.io hackathon tour, San Francisco promised to..

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          Chamaleon Lamp

            After the amazing case of #TheDress that everybody sees in a different color, one of the engineers here decided to create a device that can easily find out the colour of an object, so that nobody can dispute the result, as..

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            Teaching Hardware to Teens – Oakland, CA

              Working with high school kids in Oakland this week, really revived my passion for Arduino and making. To see a bunch of level headed kids dedicate 3 whole days to struggling and coding and soldering and circuits, it was really..

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              #Arduweenie and #Linweenie have entered a new era

                Even in the maker world, successes are celebrated sometimes more often than the failures.  The wins are documented more than the short-comings.  It is because of this that I would like to discuss publically my epic continual failures with my..

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                Make makes the move to the Bay Area

                  What a special occasion. Make is moving to the bay area. It came at the perfect timing to find such a flexible and unique space at the Palace of Fine Arts. The hangar was built 100 years ago and was..

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