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segunda-feira, 3 de fevereiro de 2014

Rádio Raspi, imitar Materiais numa Impessora 3D, e o fabuloso Carro open Source!

Eis ainda mais um uso para o Raspberry Pi, um Rádio!
Usando o RuneRadio, um fascinante app que vos permite ter Rádio de alta fidelidade, com um Raspi, isto vai dar que falar!

Raspberry Pi as Hi-Fi player with RuneAudio 
This Instructable will show you how to turn your Raspberry Pi in a Hi-Fi music player with surprising sound quality when used in combination with an USB DAC.
We are going to introduce here RuneAudio, a free and open source software that we developed to replace the personal computer as digital source with a dedicated, cheap, silent and low-consumption board, running a custom-build Linux distribution. It's a new-born project but it already offers many features, it is under active development and it counts on a fresh but growing community.

Designers, Modelistas, Arquitectos, e Inventores, eis como podem fazer Modelos e Protótipos impressionantes, usando apenas uma Impressora 3D das baratas...

Model Making - From ABS to Ceramic and Wood
3D printed ABS objects can be transformed using some basic materials to look like various realistic surfaces. This cup and base were first printed in blue ABS and were transformed to look like a wood base and a ceramic cup.
(Access to) 3D printer
Sandpaper (dry or wet)
Plastic primer (white/light color)
Spray paint (Nutmeg satin/matte, white gloss)

Estão fartos de carros sem alma?
Eis como podem fazer um Automóvel para as vossas preferências e à vossa medida!
Monta-se numa hora, com o comprimento que quizerem:

Open-source DIY Tabby car can be constructed in 60 minutes
Bridget Borgobello

Italian open source enthusiasts Francisco Liu and Ampelio Macchi have teamed up to design the Tabby DIY car. In recent years we've seen a popular surge in open source furniture models, tricycles and even housing designs, but a build-it-yourself two to four passenger vehicle with a chassis that can be assembled in less than 60 minutes is pretty exciting stuff.
The OSVehicle project was launched late last year and aims to open the door to a new platform where an economic and road legal vehicle can be built by smaller organizations, or even by individuals who are happy to get their hands dirty. The OSVehicle open source platform has set itself up to create an "IKEA"-type of car, giving folks the basic design and mathematics to construct and complete their very own passenger vehicle.

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