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All-in-one voice and text chat for gamers that’s free.
You will also find some nice projects to build bots for the service, like Discord.js for example.
Its almost time for the hardware spring cleanup again. Desktops, NAS, External harddrives, printers …
Just the right browser game to relax after a long day :) … or not !
LEO’S RED CARPET RAMPAGE
LaunchControl is a fully-featured launchd GUI allowing you to create, manage and debug system- and user services on your Mac.
“Switcher Studio is a mobile production suite that allows content creators to use an iPhone or iPad as a portable video mixer. Share your events and engage your audience using the power of video without spending thousands of dollars on expensive cameras and gear. All you need is Switcher Studio and an iPhone or iPad – record the video output to your primary device and stream live video anywhere with an internet connection. Send video in real-time to your preferred content delivery network (CDN). Stream to services like YouTube, Ustream, Bambuser, Concert Window, The Cube and more. Switcher Studio is compatible with most RTMP streaming platforms”
Really like what they have to offer, will have to take it for a spin soon …
“Home automation with Raspberry PI and Arduino using Node.js, MongoDB, HTML5 and Websockets”
Cylon.js @ GitHub
Nanoleaf is a green technology company that is currently specializing in LED lighting, reimagining how light and bulbs fit into our lifes.
The Nanoleaf Bloom is a dimmable bulb that doesn’t require a dimmer and can dim down using a regular on/off light switch.
The Nanoleaf Gem is an LED decor bulb made of shatter-resistant glass.
“Faraday Motion is accelerating open innovation within Personal Electric Vehicles.
We want to make Urban Transportation Intelligent, Personalized and simply Awesome.
For this to happen, we provide Hardware toolkits/components, Software API and host Workshops.”
They currently built two electric skateboards called the Spine and its successor the Hyperboard.
All source files are open source and provided online hardware and electronics.
Looking forward to build my own in the future :)
IoT is the current buzz word and I will be doing some more tinkering with current solutions this year. I have done projects with Arduino , Raspberry Pi and looking into relayr / Wunderbar right now.
relayr provides a tech stack with Wunderbar, that easily connects included sensors with the cloud. They provide a wide range of API endpoints to collect data and even integrate hardware solutions like Arduino orRaspberry Pi.
“The WunderBar is built for software developers. It is a powerful rapid prototyping and product development tool that enables developers to immediately start creating products and solutions that utilise the Internet of Things, without any prior hardware knowledge. No soldering or electronic engineering experience is needed. Just choose what sensors you need for your project and start coding.”
relayr / Wunderbar
Starterkit should arrive next week …