3D Printed Objects that can connect to Wi-Fi without any Electronics

The world has seen an exponential growth of the Internet of things, where things are becoming connected. Every physical object is giving the chance to be connected to the internet and emit some data about itself with just the addition of some chips, and some form of wireless interface. Your Electric kettle can basically tell you when it’s ready or even prepare itself down for you. Researchers have estimated ...

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SCULPTO+, AN AFFORDABLE USER-FRIENDLY WIRELESS 3D PRINTER

Two years ago, the Sculpto 3D printer appeared to make 3D printing more affordable and user-friendly for everyone. Recently, the new version Sculpto+came with more useful features, making it a unique printer with the same printing area and price range. The Sculpto+ printer is a compact printer for beginners, kids and adults to start with 3D printing in a simple way. In addition to small size and lightweight ...

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SCULPTO+ THE WORLD’S MOST USER-FRIENDLY DESKTOP 3D PRINTER

3D printers are one of the coolest and most efficient ways for you to make your ideas go from the drawing board and into real life. Two years ago we launched a new type of 3D printer on Kickstarter. We wanted to make the amazing world of 3D printing available to everyone - not just engineers and tech-savvy people. We believe everyone should be able to bring their ideas to life. We started delivering that dr ...

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3D magnetic sensor from Infineon

Infineon will have engineering samples of a 3D magnetic sensor in July. Called TLV493D-A1B6 performs magnetic field detection in x, y, and z direction allowing the sensor to measure 3D linear and rotation movements. The digital I²C interface enables bidirectional communication between sensor and microcontroller.The sensor is for consumer and industrial applications that require 3D measurements or angular me ...

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3D Printed Microcontroller Dice Roller

This is a just-for-fun project I did in the Digilent MakerSpace. Usually whenever I play board games I use a dice-rolling smartphone app since dice are so easy to lose. I thought I would try making my own hardware version though. It turned out really well and was a lot of fun. In this Instructable I will go over how I designed the circuitry, wrote the code for the microcontroller, made the housing, and put ...

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3D TouchPad from Microchip

Microchip Technology have announced a computer peripheral 6” touchpad which it claims is the first able to resolve 2D multi-touch and free-space 3D gestures. To detect gestures up to a distance of 70 mm from the pad surface Microchip have used their MGC3130 single-chip gesture recognition and motion tracking controller released in 2012. It works on the principle of electrical near-field sensing. The 2D touc ...

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