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  • Blog Post: Building a .NET Gadgeteer Module

    Ever wondered how the pro’s physically manage to make a module? Well ok, you can get a fancy pick and place machine or send off for someone to assemble your module, but you can do it by hand. It is not as hard as expected. As part of a .NET Gadgeteer hands on event at the Modern Jago in Shoreditch...
  • Blog Post: NET Gadgeteer Experience Prototyping Workshop for Design Students

    Introduction Two lots of .NET Gadgeteer workshops for Product Design students were held at the Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) on the 21 st , 22 nd, 27 th and 28 th of January. Attendees included 3 rd and 4 th year undergraduate and master’s students with little or no prior experience of programming...
  • Blog Post: Design is fine: Workshop at UDK Berlin.

    The University of Stuttgart Gadgeteer workshop heads to Berlin. “Last week our Gadgeteer tour lead us to Berlin, where Prof. Gesche Jost heads the Design Research Lab at UDK Berlin . 6 designers and creatives came together for the 2-day workshop next to the waterside of the Spree. Interestingly...
  • Blog Post: Sound, tele-presence and robo tinkering: Workshop at ETH Zurich

    The next stop on The University of Stuttgarts Gadgeteer workshop tour; “Third stop: ETH Zurich. We started off early in the morning and welcomed 11 participants to our first workshop ‘abroad’. When we broke out into groups, among them two 2-people teams were formed who decided to...
  • Blog Post: .NET Gadgeteer to reduce Utility Bills

    With Utilities bills rising Peter Robinson of Tiny Gadgets blog has come up with a unique and safe way of monitoring your gas meter using a Gadgeteer kit to periodically read a gas meter, and send the data to a server for further use. This project uses five Gadgeteer elements: the Sytech Nano main...
  • Blog Post: Gadgetab – the Gadgeteer Tablet

    We’ve recently come across a really creative Gadgeteer project by an active member of the gadgeteer community Ian Lee and think it’s an excellent example of what can be achieved with the hardware. Not only does it make use of new modules from GHI Electronics the CP7 a 7” capacitive...
  • Blog Post: Twelve New Modules From GHI

    GHI announced 12 new modules today which open up a lot of new projects for .NET Gadgeteers. VideoOut :  VGA and RCA video output OBD II :   Interface with car computers HD44780 Display :  16x2 and 20x4 character displays MaxO :  chainable output extender for “S” type sockets. ...
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