Archive for the Category: Electronics

Mini RC Car Hacked (Controlled with Arduino, PC and Android devices)

Hello friends, it has been a while since I posted something new on the blog but I have been wasting too much time learning new stuff. Today I want to show you one of my latest projects which combines electronics and programming for PC and Android devices. For most of my life I have been […]

Also posted in Android, Arduino, Arduino, Hacking, Programming, Technology Tagged android, arduino, car, delphi, few days, hack, leds, light sensors, micro controller, RC, remote controllers Leave a comment

Raspberry Pi

  Raspberry Pi is a project being developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation that wants to produce a very cheap computer that is as small as a credit card. The main purpose of the project is to provide cheap hardware and software solutions for teaching programming languages to kids, but it had lots of attention from […]

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IBM processors work like the Human brain

For over 30 years, IBM introduced the first PC and now prepares to once again revolutionize the world of technology. Funded in part by DARPA – which contributed 28.5 million euros to the project of “cognitive computing” – IBM has created a prototype that uses parallel processing for multitasking and, more importantly, it adapts to […]

Also posted in General, Robotics, Society, Technology Tagged aviation industry, cognitive computing, human brain, motion features, processors, sense changes, sound and motion Leave a comment

1mm of Glass can store 50Gb of Data

Researchers have found a way to store 50 GB of data in a “wafer” glass with just one millimeter in diameter. The process uses tiny dots called voxels, which are embedded in the molecular structure of glass made entirely of silica. Researchers at Southampton University have discovered how to use these points to bend the […]

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