Asia may be lagging a bit behind when it comes to developing the latest groundbreaking software, but the region still rules in the realm of amazing gadgetry with no discernable purpose. The latest in this line is creation called Touchy, a device that makes anyone a sort of human camera.
Now that we've successfully survived the Mayan apocalypse, it's time to start planning for 2013, which begins by celebrating New Year's Eve. One clever tinkerer has come with a way to ring in the new year safely with a party horn that actually monitors how drunk you are.
In recent years, users been buffeted by a range of gadgets that are innovative, but not always practical. That's why a new creation that takes something as simple as automatically alerting your guests that dinner is ready could be a welcome addition to anyone's tech arsenal.
Thanks to the miracle of modern technology, plants are now able to throw off the cruel chains of human oppression and survive without our help, provided they have access to an Arduino board, a water pump, and a reliable source of electricity.
Geek power and caffeine power have finally united. An Arduino Arduino powered machine has become the sixth highest funded project on Kickstarter — and with good reason. It proves you don't need the fanciest model on the market to make a good cup.
It seems interns are no longer relegated to making copies. The interns at Open University's computer science department have raised the bar for intern projects by creating an interactive punching bag enhanced to turn punches into various forms of stimulus and feedback — in this example, playing "Ode to Joy."
Being a serial killer of house plants doesn't involve elaborate plots or a high I.Q., but it still seems to be a favorite (albeit unintentional) pastime for many geeks. Now a Twitter-enabled solution exists that may help save the lives of millions of innocent plants.
A quarter-century after Ghostbusters hit the silver screen, it's still as iconic as a collosal Stay-Puft man thundering its way through Manhattan. Especially at Halloween. And if you're a man called Depot Devoid, the only way to go for your...
There are some things to be said for having a tail, I reckon. Especially if your tail is a bushy, foxy number that you've made yourself using an Arduino which works in two ways: either by using a Wii Nunchuck;...
Finally, it seems there is a point to Twitter. The Albion Bakery in London is using something called Baker Tweet to announce what's cooking in their kitchen. Custom-built for the Shoreditch, East London, bread seller, Baker Tweet uses an Arduino...