Software, Gaming and Robotics.

This final post for the Robot in Five Days (#Ri5D) campaign has been re-written to contain all of the posts from the duration of the #Ri5D week, for your reading pleasure (and organizational reasons).  Just like on the blog, the contents of this post are sorted from most recent to absolute oldest. Final Day – […]

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As I find myself writing more and more FIRST-related posts, I thought I’d summarize everything that I know about FIRST into one post, to avoid rewriting the same thing over and over again. :D  Read on to learn about this amazing robotics program for getting today’s young minds interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and […]

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After weeks of programming (and not blogging…), I present all of you with my first-ever game for the Leap Motion Controller: Artemis! In brief, Artemis is a Leap Motion powered first and third-person quadrotor simulator (although the level of simulation is…questionable).  While I had originally planned for Artemis to be a very simplistic quadrotor simulator […]

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Today I had the amazing opportunity to see Solar Impulse‘s solar plane in person, right here in St. Louis!  The team and goals behind Solar Impulse have become an immense inspiration to me; it’s amazing to see what a small group of people can achieve with hard work and dedication.  Next on the list of […]

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Today, my very own Raspberry Pi Model B arrived!  The internet has recently been abuzz with this tiny computer; equipped with a 700MHz ARMv6 processor, 512MB of RAM, a HDMI and Ethernet input, two USB ports and more, it’s very easy to justify its low cost of $35.  It certainly won’t give you the highest […]

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