I printed a camera mount for my bike so I can record my rides/ record confrontations with crazy taxi drivers. It is available at thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:37328 This is a handlebar mount for a compact camera for a bicycle. It uses a 6 x 25mm bolt for the camera and a 3 x 30mm bolt and… Read More Thingy – 3D Printable Compact Camera Mount for Bike
The pop bot is a kit offerd by Inex and distributed by MCI Olimex that is aimed as an introduction to robotics. Building and using the Popbot it was clear that it was designed by an electrical engineer. the construction is really quite clumsy. Here is a list of issues I have with the design: Gearboxes… Read More Thingy – Improved POP-BOT chassis
While I was cruising youtube for tutorials on programming I stumbled across some videos for an introductory computer science class at Stanford University. It turned out that the entire course is available online for free. The Course is stanfords flagship unt for their faculty of computer sciences. And, because of the high status of the… Read More Online Class – CS50 – Introduction to computer science at Stanford
I knocked together this improvise bandsaw fence in about 30 minutes. It’s a little too flexible about the z axis. But it much improved the cutting accuracy on the saw (which is awful). Also, its a much safer way to hold the workpiece.
I have just completed working through a 70+ video series on the basics of C++. Bucky is a young programmer-educator-blogger that offers video courses in many computer languages. He also offers Biology classes and a Bear-Grylis-style survival course among other things. Check it out. http://thenewboston.org/