10 most popular modules and sensors for the Arduino UNO all on one board

Reading Time: 2 minutes 10 most popular modules and sensors for the Arduino UNO all on one board Arduino Team — December 1st, 2020 Getting started with electronics and sensing the world around you is now easier than ever with the new all-in-one Arduino Sensor Kit from Arduino, in partnership with Seeed.    The 10 most popular modules and sensors…… 10 most popular modules and sensors for the Arduino UNO all on one board weiterlesen

Prototype room-scale, shape-changing interfaces with LiftTiles

Reading Time: 2 minutes Prototype room-scale, shape-changing interfaces with LiftTiles Arduino Team — January 27th, 2020 Shape-shifting interfaces, which could be deployed to create dynamic furniture, structures or VR environments, have great potential; however, creating them is often quite difficult. To simplify things, researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder have developed “LiftTiles,” modular blocks that raise to the…… Prototype room-scale, shape-changing interfaces with LiftTiles weiterlesen

Prototype room-scale, shape-changing interfaces with LiftTiles

Reading Time: 2 minutes Prototype room-scale, shape-changing interfaces with LiftTiles Arduino Team — January 27th, 2020 Shape-shifting interfaces, which could be deployed to create dynamic furniture, structures or VR environments, have great potential; however, creating them is often quite difficult. To simplify things, researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder have developed “LiftTiles,” modular blocks that raise to the…… Prototype room-scale, shape-changing interfaces with LiftTiles weiterlesen

UCSD engineers developed electrically-controlled soft robot actuators

Reading Time: 2 minutes UCSD engineers developed electrically-controlled soft robot actuators Arduino Team — October 12th, 2019 Engineers at the University of California San Diego have come up with a way to build soft robots that are compact, portable and multifunctional without the requirement for compressed air.  Instead, they’re using a system of tubular actuators made out of heat-sensitive…… UCSD engineers developed electrically-controlled soft robot actuators weiterlesen