Finally, the BeagleBone® AI has been released and Clem is very excited to take it for a spin! He goes beyond his comfort zone and explores PRU (programmable real-time units), OpenCV (Image recognition) and much more on his journey to build an animatronic Terminator inspired skull. It even cites badly impersonated Arnold Schwarzenegger quotes when it detects a human face. This might not be the beginning of Skynet, but it may lead you to build your own AI-powered projects! http://bit.ly/31ViRQF
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This project also demonstrates the use of the brand new MAYER MOVES motor control DEV KIT! Available right now at:
The new 2019 Mac pro looks like a cheese grater, no doubt. Earlier this year, a Maker exposed the fact that its design did not allow it to be effective for grating cheese, much to the disappointment of Clem! So he took it upon himself to build the world’s first Mac Pro that actually grates cheese, and does it with power! The build started out with a Power Mac G5, the first iconic Mac to get dubbed a cheese grater! Clem develops his own motor control development Kit over the course of the project and puts it to use in the iGrater /Cheese pro /Mac‘n`cheese..
You don’t need #vc to build a #POC for #IOT.
This is a network attached #Ramen noodle cooker built from a 35 year old Siemens coffeemaker, an Arduino MKR wifi and TRINAMIC Motion Control GmbH & Co.KG Stepper drivers. the rest is code and #maker madness by MAYER MAKES #raspberrypi4#build#network#noodle#madness#startup#prototype
Rerplacing the FEP-Film on DLP/LCD Style resin based 3d Printers is a daunting task for those unexperienced. sometimes the FEP-Film can get tiny holes that are not visibly . They can even be watertight, as the adhesion forces of water are strong enough to keep the water from flowing through that tiny hole, but over time Rsin can leak out of the Vat and cure right onto the LCD Panel, which results in failed Prints and may even damage your 3d Printer.
I use the Anycubic Photon as an example.
Clem dreams of making his own Stopmotion movie, just like the claymation films he loved as a kid. But creating these kinds of movies is very difficult and tedious. So he builds a machine that makes it much easier, is controlled with his smartphone and even moves on its own to make the stunning Hollywood shots he dreams of! Download all the Files for free at – http://bit.ly/2X0irXI