Category Archives: Tinkering

#RaspberryPi Jasper: somehow like #Siri, but open-source voice-control #software.

This is why I love Raspberry Pi (at large). Meet Jasper, an open source project driven by two Princeton students, that’s a lot like Siri (and the Samsung-alike) and enables the tiny Raspberry Pi to operate through an USB-connected microphone … Continue reading

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2013: IEEE estimates some 11 billion devices connected to the Internet

As of today, there are 10.95 billion devices connected to the Internet. Compare that with only 500 million connected devices 6 years ago (back in 2007). [Source:]

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Xmas 2012 version of a Reindeer Race? Social with Facebook, ‘real’ with Arduino!

Australian-based agency VML created this XMas-themed race with some technical and social cool elements! Reindeer Race allows you to race your… reindeer (four available) and race against other people or some bots (according to who’s online). The cool fact is … Continue reading

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Cubelets: the modular robotics you’ve been missing!

Make Magazine is always a great source of inspiration for tinkering-oriented people like me. In this post, Make introduces the Cubelets from ModRobotics: a great educational tool for kids and adults alike! Just like Lego, but with some brain too! … Continue reading

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