Archive for July 2014

Blog of the day

“Measure the mass of an eyelash with a DIY microbalance”, an awesome project from

Range finder (Part 1)

Part 1, 2 A lot has been said and written about the HC-SR04 range finder so that the aim of this post is not to rewrite the same code sample again and again. The idea here is to get one step forward by looking at this sensor in more details and to try to tidy-up some confusing […]

Quadcopters: small is beautiful, micro is lovely

Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 The Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences recently published works  relating to their research Biologically Inspired Engineering. These works resulted in this incredibly small and yet powerful flying robotic insects 124 years from now, Clement ADER pioneered the world in the field of aeronautics by flying the first  biologically inspired object […]