Here’s a cool video of using lemons to power an LED! (which is about 1.8 to 3V!)
Now, how many Lemons do we need to power a 60 watt light bulb?
Here’s a cool DIY voice recognition system by computer engineering students at Cornell University. Nice job, keep up the good work!
When we think of programmable speech recognition, we think of calling FedEx customer service call center with automated voice recognition response systems. We also think of PC-based speech recognition Dragon NaturallySpeaking. Now we took that a step further. We are talking about speech recognition in a tiny Mega32 microcontro
The bridge is a neat device. None of the technology is not revolutionary but the tiny package is impressive.
Golf Club POV – version Ben Hogan
The other day, Garrett hit up on some basic POVs.
So we were thinking about how we could have a POV while making it useful. Well since people like to hit up the driving range or the golf course at times, we figured we could just make a POV out of a golf club. At the same time, we ca
This phone is great! Now I need one…
We wrote about the E62 a little while ago, but in case you’ve forgotten, this is Nokia’s Motorola Q killer. It’s got a bigger screen—2.8 inches—which equates to a slightly bigger handset. It does push email using the Blackberry system, but its EDGE connection feels downright pokey next to the EVDO we see on Verizon’s Q. Another gripe we have is that you have to pull the ba
Here’s a nice central vacuum for your next home that can send emails when the vacuum bag need replacing… via engadget
“Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute has released the first in a series of open, educational robotics designs. The Linux-based “Qwerkbot” can be built in two hours from detailed online instructions, at a cost of $550.”