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DIY: Build your own Google Cardboard VR viewer

In less than 3 hours, I constructed a virtual reality viewer from a used pizza box somebody had thrown away. Want to make your own? Here's what you'll need, along with some tips and tools for doing it right. Virtual...

    The best VR headsets



    In the last few months we've seen an explosion of augmented reality and virtual reality headsets. While the technology has been bubbling under for decades, advances in the miniaturisation of components - derived...


      Why Surface Hub is more interesting than HoloLens


      By the time Microsoft ships their augmented reality headset, it will be an also-ran banality. Their re-invention of "desktop" computing is what really matters. Microsoft had an unusually kick-ass event this week. They...

        Capturing Creativity with the Dual-Screen, Sensor-Laden Sprout by HP



        Sprout by HP, a hybrid computer/design tool, is a pretty fascinating creation. We got to check out the new machine at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, in HP’s private suite in the Nobu hotel (located within Caesar’s Palace). The...




          The year in open hardware computers


          The popularity of open source software, and Linux in particular, continues to amaze. It might be the Linux driven website serving up this article, that open source browser you are using, or that Android driven phone...

            Build Your Own Pebble: The DIY Smartwatch



            Time required: 20–40 Cost: $75–$125 My Open-Source SmartWatch combines readily available breakout boards, careful soldering, and a 3D-printed frame to make a one-of-a-kind timepiece that displays notifications from...





            5 favorite Raspberry Pi and Arduino projects



            It has never been a better time to understand the components that fit together to make the hardware we use work. To do that, lets look at my five favorite open hardware projects. First, what do I mean by open hardware?...

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