Meet "Boomer" the AIBO ERS-220.
I've been working with the Arduino platform for several years now and have created a number of personal projects for the IoT as well as working on some Arduino compatible commercial hardware projects.
We started printing InMoov back in December 2016 and we've learned a lot along the way. We began printing on our trusty FlashForge Creator Pro 2016 and quickly became frustrated by the 230
Following on from our Raspberry Pi Zero / Zero W Stem Case we've created a new version with many improvements. This is a case for the Raspberry Pi Zero/Zero W with the "
This is a case for the Raspberry Pi Zero or Zero W with the "Stem" by zerostem.io - a PCB shim that turns it into a dongle. We bought the
Recently "Mindless" re-joined the InMoov Chest plates for larger printers (here on Thingverse). Whilst these parts are excellent for larger printers; they are based on Gael's original designs for the Xbox
After we'd setup Octoprint on our Raspberry Pi Zero W (see this post) we decided to give Astroprint a try on the board too. It's a little more complicated than setting up Octoprint
We recently decided to try Octoprint on a Raspberry Pi Zero W with camera but the current Octoprint image just doesn't work on the Pi Zero W without additional config. It's really easy
We covered the cameras in Part 1: Cameras and now we're moving on to covering the eye mechanism which is constructed from 3D printed parts. Whilst following this; please refer to Eye Mechanism
This story follows on from our original InMoov project post. It's been a while since we updated the blog and detailed our progress in building our very own InMoov robot. Whilst building the
Whilst writing our previous post about the ASUS Tinker Board we made use of the fantastic tool Etcher to burn the OS image to SD Card so we thought it'd be a good
ASUS has quietly released its own single-board computer to rival the massively popular Raspberry Pi – it's here now and it’s quite a beast. Although the Tinker Board follows the standard Raspberry Pi
This story follows on from our original InMoov project post. When building InMoov; we looked at using Gael's recommended tablet - the Lenovo Thinkpad 8. Lenovo don't actually produce the Thinkpad 8 now
Following on from our initial post about our InMoov robot; we thought we'd go ahead and tell you about the cameras we're using. Most people starting out with InMoov choose to create the
InMoov is an open source, 3D printed, life-size robot created by Gael Langevin, a French sculptor and designer. We started work on our InMoov just before Christmas and we've been busy buying the
Following on from our popular $localStorage and $sessionStorage services for AngularJS; we've created new services for Angular 2 projects. Early release It's extremely early in the development phase and we've literally just cobbled
Our sister company; Mediawerx is currently working on a short film titled "Lost In Transition" about a small robot that is created and then begins exploring the world around it. The
We've always been in and around Sheffield; about 10 years ago we setup an office on Brown Street, within the Site Gallery which was great. After a while, our work took us away
We've recently been asked a question on how to successfully unit test $sessionStorage within AngularJS controllers. We've used both $sessionStorage and $localStorage within AngularJS controllers without the need for mocking them during unit
AngularJS - $sessionStorage and $localStorage are services for use in your AngularJS applications. Each provide a key-value (string-object) storage, that is backed respectively by sessionStorage or localStorage with support for expiry (in days)
We've decided to move away from classic hosting and have moved our operations to the Google Cloud Platform. This gives us a scalable development platform as well as easier integration with the Google
Recently we've been moving away from using Bower and just using npm to manage our project dependencies. See: Why we should stop using Bower - and how to do it. Most of the
AngularJS v1.3+ includes an optional fractionSize parameter to be passed to the filter. In AngularJS v1.2: <span data-ng-bind="ctrlRef.someMoney | currency: '£'"></span> Displays:
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