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OPENSCAN 3D SCANS ALL OF THE SMALL THINGS

OPENSCAN 3D SCANS ALL OF THE (SMALL) THINGS

The OpenScan project has been updated quite a bit since its inception. OpenScan is an open source, Arduino or Raspberry Pi-based 3D scanner for small objects that uses 3D printed hardware and some common electronic components to create 3D scans using photogrammetry; a process by which a series of still images from different angles are used to

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AAScan open source Arduino 3D scanner utilizes the power of your smartphone

AAScan open source Arduino 3D scanner utilizes the power of your smartphone

Using the power of Arduino and utilising the camera and powerful performance of a smartphone QLRO has created a fantastic 3D scanner aptly named the AAScan. Check out the video below to learn more about the Android 3D scanner which is open source and fully automated. “I’ve designed my own 3D scanner! So, what’s different

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Barcode scanner MIDI guitar made using Arduino and acrade machine parts

Barcode scanner MIDI guitar made using Arduino and acrade machine parts

Maker and 3D printing enthusiast James Bruton has created a new project in the form of a barcode scanner MIDI guitar. Using parts from old arcade machines and the little Arduino programming and an Arduino MEGA with a USB host shield and a MIDI shield, the unique musical instrument uses barcodes to create sounds. Watch

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AN ARDUINO SICKBAY DISPLAY WORTHY OF THE ENTERPRISE

AN ARDUINO SICKBAY DISPLAY WORTHY OF THE ENTERPRISE

The various displays and interfaces in Star Trek, especially The Original Series, were intentionally designed to be obtuse and overly complex so they would appear futuristic to the audience. If you can figure out how Sulu was able to fly the Enterprise with an array of unlabeled buttons and rocker switches, we’d love to hear it. But one area of

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