By popular request our next project is to create a library that handles the MMA7361 3 Axis Accelerometers operation and translate the analog reading into something more “Physics Friendly”. There are several areas of concern when trying to create a library of this kind: First there is the problem of variances from one device to […]
It was tremendously awesome to see each and every one of you who came to learn more about Virtuabotix and play with our latest Versalino Rove units (soon to be released as demoed at the event). I really hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did, and I look forward to hearing from […]
Project by the SCOUT Team SCOUT: The Autonomous Transatlantic Boat SCOUT is not your average boat in more ways than one. Designed and built by a team of 5 college students, SCOUT is a 13 ft. autonomous boat designed to cross the Atlantic. SCOUT is built using carbon fiber, is powered by the sun, and is […]
In a quest to extend game-play of cornhole toss into the wee hours of the night, a solution was sought out to contend in even the most dimly lit of locations. Having just received my first Versalino, I saw this as a fitting excuse to nerd-out a friend’s boards. Using water-resistant colored LED strips, a Versalino, and […]
Purpose: This article is the result of initial efforts to produce an accurate model of a Platystrophia, an extinct Brachiopod, common in the Ordovician (Platystrophia, 2011). The intent is to provide an accurate replica of several separate specimens for more accurate data collection, and as a test bed for future projects. This article will briefly […]
This new tool has earned a special place in my heart.