New short link!

quinta-feira, 1 de setembro de 2011

Chega Setembro

Chega Setembro, e com ele, mais um Workshop da AltLab:


Informações e Inscrição, aqui.
...E agora também, com Cursos do Programa de 3D, Blender:

Blender Beginners Class

(for people new to Blender and 3D)
This is your friendly introductory class to Blender.  In this seven-hour class we will:
  • Get an introduction to Blender User Interface
  • Learn 3D-Navigation
  • Cover Object-Mode and Edit-Mode functionality
  • Show you how to get more help in the future for all your projects
Please be sure to bring your laptop computer and a 3 button mouse!
We will provide the rest!
The class will be taught by Altlab members.
Next Classes : coming soon  calendar and online registration here.
Price : Donation (suggested 25€)
Where : @ altLab Praceta Domingos Rodrigues, nº2

Uma Gigajoga para andar por aí...


LiquidRoam RoamBoards ready for sale 
By Paul Ridden 
Motorized two-wheeled and three-wheeled personal transport innovations like the Solowheel and the cheap and cheerful Solaron certainly look like a fun way to get around, but if it's four-wheeled action you're looking for then the new RoamBoard is definitely worth a look. The result of two years of designing, building, testing and tweaking, this stand up transportation solution brings together technologies seen in the electric skateboard, bicycle, snowboard, and automotive industries and merges them into a land-surfing motorized skateboard.


E um Microscópio à prova  de tudo, não é que usa Hologramas em vez de Lentes?


Cheap, portable microscope uses holograms instead of lenses
By Ben Coxworth 
While financial contributions are certainly a great help to health care practitioners in developing nations, one of the things that they really need is rugged, portable, low-cost medical equipment that is compatible with an often-limited local infrastructure. Several such devices are currently under development, such as a battery-powered surgical lamp, a salad-spinner-based centrifuge, and a baby-warmer that utilizes wax. UCLA is now working on another appropriate technology in the form of a small, inexpensive microscope that uses holograms instead of lenses to image what can't be seen by the human eye.
http://www.gizmag.com/cheap-microscope-uses-holograms/19679/

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