Category Archives: Technology

Quick Response Code: Details

We always wondered what and how the QR code came into play. This remained a shady fact that we used it couple of times on the mobile phone for URI catching but never got to find the real designs behind … Continue reading

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Open Source Hardware Logo Usage

We got a few picture and templates for using the OSHW logo.However we wanted to make the Logo on PCB and various other things that we keep making. So we found some good Source:http://www.openhardwaresummit.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=421 Here we got the following to … Continue reading

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Opens Source Hardware Logo Selected

The Open Source Hardware Revolution about which we published some time back. Well now the logo for the hardware platforms that would follow this resolution has been finalized. Source: Open Hardware Another one without the Text – useful to generate … Continue reading

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ExpEYES: Open Source Initiative to Physics learning through Experiments

We came across an astounding development made by our Bharteya(Indian) Students at Inter-University Accelerator Centre, New Delhi. This project is call the ExpEYES and is targeted to help students in universities and school to perform Science Experiments, Projects and Demonstration of concepts. The design … Continue reading

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Art of Reverse Embedded Engineering: 27C3 Chaos Communications Congress

We came across the proceedings of the 27C3 Chaos Communications Congress held at Berlin Germany; which can easily be considered at the heaven for the Hackers. Innovators Nathan Fain and Vadik presented their topic JTAG/Serial/FLASH/PCB Embedded Reverse Engineering Tools and Techniques.http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/v/8Unisnu-cNo?fs=1&hl=en_USIts of for-most importance to … Continue reading

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Versaloon Platform: One Debugger for All Microcontrollers

Versaloon Platform is an Completely Open-source project which dedicates itself to USB to Anything protocol. It is a versatile device that can be used to program a verity of Microcontroller and also act as a Debug Host. At present is … Continue reading

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Chess Becomes Harder: Thanks to Quantum Physics

Adding a twist to the normal Chess game using the uncertainty of the Quantum Mechanics makes thing more difficult.Queen’s University computer scientists have invented a new version of chess where its nearly impossible to predict the nature of a piece before hand. … Continue reading

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Rainbow in Nano: Micro Carvings Make Metals Glisten In Any Colour

Optoelectronics engineers have discovered how to make gold of any colour by carving tiny shapes onto its surface. Then we may have some stickers directly printed on the metal surface. Gold absorbs blue light and this produces its characteristic yellow … Continue reading

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Single Electron Reader : Next setep to Quantum Computing

Recently Australian scientists have made a major breakthrough in the study of quantum mechanics.They were able to read the spin of a single electron on a silicon wafer. From the University of New South Wales: A team led by UNSW … Continue reading

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Spectrometer : In a Pocket

An interesting project that brings smart phones and chemistry together.     University of Illinois chemistry professor Alexander Scheeline has developed software that turns a camera phone, an LED, and a few other cheap tools into a spectrometer. Armed with these, … Continue reading

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