The Inebriator - Home made Arduino powered cocktail Machine, dispensing the signature cocktail "The Inebriator" Go to www.theinebriator.com for more info ...
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LED Illusion Makes Colorful Water Drops Defy Gravity These kind of things look nice in noisy train stations or airports… not at home. What would make this project practical is to combine it with a cat fountain. Because cats would love to drink from moving water sources. Combined with a sensor that makes [...]
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Google Assistant Just Mixed Me a Drink The drink mixer is built off a Raspberry Pi and an Arduino microcontroller. You've got a power supply and some pumps, with Google Assistant supplying the rest of the magic. It wasn't long before I was enjoying a Mang-I/O, which is a combination of [...]
Intel Exits the Maker Community and the DIY Crowd Shrugs Intel entered the maker world with a lot of fanfare. In 2013, it released the Galileo, a low-cost board that let inventors build gadgets that needed a brain of some kind. It followed that in 2015 with a chip called the Curie, designed to help inventors [...]
Deeplocal and Google created a voice-activated bartender for your home “As this machine is making a drink, it's making idle chitchat,” says Price. She cites BarBot, a now defunct annual San Francisco cocktail party where hackers showed off their mechanical bartenders, robotic bartender projects on the hacker DIY website [...]
Mix up some lavender, almond extract, ripe fruit and nail polish remover. What do you get? Apparently, a sweet cherry smell.That’s just one possible scent combination out of more than 500,000 that can be served up by the Smell Synth, a machine that releases flavor compounds at the press of a button. It was on display this past weekend at the World Maker Faire 2017, which was held at the New York Hall of Science in Corona, Queens. As it turns out, the maker behind the Smell Synth is based...
Advertisement Photo: Randi Silberman Klett The Arduino core team [from left]—David Cuartielles, Gianluca Martino, Tom Igoe, David Mellis, and Massimo Banzi—get together at Maker Faire in New York City. Photo: Randi Silberman Klett The team recently unveiled the Arduino Due, a board with a 32-bit Cortex-M3 ARM processor that offers more computing power for makers with complex projects. Click to enlarge. The picturesque town of Ivrea, which straddles the...
I've struggled with writing about the Maker Faire for about a month (I'm press- not a journalist). It's easy to gush about the wonders of tech's open pastures, or tougher to diametrically write existentially about future doomsday scenarios, which I admit is much easier for me. my badgeI did four interviews with people running companies that will influence the near future. When I got there all I wanted to do was blow off all responsibilities like a kid, drink beer and gawk at the latest...
Ronald HoldenJason Prefontaine, founder of Slayer Espresso, on the shop floor.When Jason Prefontaine was growing up in Canada, he and his brothers would help their father fill orders for the family business, which supplied instant coffee, tea, and soups to offices in Alberta's financial and oil center, Calgary. Later, with a degree in computer programming and a flair for photography, he turned to a very different venture: selling espresso machines. But it wasn't about machines, he recalls, it...