E que tal construírem a vossa própria Impressora 3D?
Eis uma forma de terem em casa uma Impressora 3D por muito pouco...
Eventorbot! Open source DIY 3D printer. Free plans
eventorbotFor those who do not have access to a 3D printer. You can order the plastic parts and frame at: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1874396831/eventorbot-open-source-3d-printerhttp://www.instructables.com/id/Eventorbot-Open-source-3D-printer-Free-plans/
Homebrew Arduino Pulse Monitor (Visualize Your Heartbeat)ASCASMovies look cool with those EKG (electrocardiogram), the one that beeps and detects heart activities. A few months ago, we had to shoot a hospital scene for our school project. We needed an EKG instrument. To keep the movie authentic, we didn't want to fake the readings so we made the next best thing, a pulse monitor. Since my dad is a doctor he gave me some advice to design the pulse monitor.
Temos aqui algo de fascinante, um Kit para os vosso filhos, ou até para vocês, mais um Kit da littlebits, e este, feito em colaboração com a NASA!
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Includes 12 modules, 5 NASA lesson plans and 10 STEAM activities
Learn scientific principles like Electromagnetic, Kinetic, & Potential Energy
Make a Mars Rover or an ISS; transmit music wirelessly and more!
Connect with the littleBits library to infinitely expand your discoveries
E com este Projector, Impresso em 3D, e com Raspberry pi, podem fazer uma data de Multimédia, bastando-vos arranjar uma Lanterna LED decente...
Augment Your Reality With The iTorch raspberry pi flashlight projector
Media SharingCreated By: Travis Higgins
This Instructable is for a prototype homemade projector that can be illuminated by any decent LED flashlight/floodlight.
This is my first published instructable so please leave comments and/or suggestions! Any feedback is very welcome and I will try to respond to everyone as soon as I see it!
At this stage the iTorch is a kit that I hope to be able to make available if I were to somehow get my hands on my own laser cutter. I have been spending a good amount of money using school equipment to laser cut this project, and got a quote to use the 3d printer and the price was astronomical. So needless to say a laser cutter and 3d printer would go to good use and be greatly appreciated.
Though you could probably reverse engineer one of your own. ;)