Kangaroo Bot Hops With Extreme Efficiency The Engineering Life - Around the Web 4/9/2014 1 comment In the world of robotic animals, Festo is certainly a shining star. Their latest creation, the Kangaroo, shows off interesting methods of recapturing pneumatic energy.
RotoMAAK: Rotocasting Done Right The Engineering Life - Around the Web 3/21/2014 Post a comment Reduce the time required to reproduce parts considerably by rotocasting instead of repeatedly 3D printing. The RotoMAAK is a low-cost solution for rotocasting on Kickstarter.
LEDC: Business Card-Sized LED Clock The Engineering Life - Around the Web 3/13/2014 1 comment Looking for a fun project to show off? A simple clock catches people's attention, especially if it's the size of a business card.
Brian's Portable Electronics Lab The Engineering Life - Around the Web 3/11/2014 4 comments There's a pretty good chance you've used your dining room table for a project at some point. If you've done that, you should check out this portable electronics lab.
Making OLEDs At Home The Engineering Life - Around the Web 3/3/2014 3 comments The roadblocks between you and a finished project may be many, some of which you'd never expect: People are more difficult than technology.
Arduino Revives Broken Radio-Controlled Car The Engineering Life - Around the Web 2/25/2014 2 comments When it's time to learn how to use your Arduino, your hardest task might be just deciding on a project or platform. Try fixing a broken toy -- it's the perfect solution.
Understanding and Using C Pointers Engineer’s Bookshelf 2/25/2014 11 comments What? An entire book just about pointers? Embedded systems expert Jack Ganssle says this new book about using pointers in C is surprisingly worthwhile.