To let its employees socialize from 300 miles away, ad agency Allen & Gerritsen hacked together an interactive game using RFID sensors, an Arduino, and some custom in-house development. Now company happy hours are a lot more fun.
Augmented Reality, 3-D printing, retail catalogs, gaming--just a few of 3-D photography's potential applications. A new 64-camera rig from L.A. photographer Alexx Henry could make realistic 3-D ubiquitous.
It's not impossible to use the Internet (largely) free from the NSA's prying eyes. The problem is that the tools necessary to do so are comprehensible only to the technorati. But now one project and a self-taught developer still in college are aiming to change that.
What if testing new hardware was as simple as prototyping on the web? That’s the mission of the Tessel, a microcontroller that makes it easy for web developers to start programming the Internet of things.
Getting contract development work requires a lot more than AdWords and nice references. Here’s how one Texas dev shop used content marketing to drive attention to the great work they were already doing.