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In This Issue:

Moonshots

Code. The Dominant Language

Will we ever reach the point where code is the primary language on earth? Perhaps it’s even happened already.

Rob Bell

Issue 8, February 2018

Projects

Touchscreen Function Generator

Create a useful function generator using a 4D Systems touchscreen display and an Arduino.

Rob Bell & Mike Hansell

Issue 8, February 2018

Feature

Telegram

The Telegram protocol can make light work of IoT applications, in just about any scenario - just as Alastair found out!

Alastair Bor

Issue 8, February 2018

Secret Code

Interrupts

In a world full of constant interruptions how do we decide what is the most important?

Oliver Higgins

Issue 8, February 2018

Projects

Four On The Floor

There are some truly awesome things you can do in the world of robotics, but you don’t get much more awesome than a walking...

Oliver Higgins

Issue 8, February 2018

The Classroom

The Linear Power Supply

For almost as long as there has been electricity, there have been linear power supplies.

Bob Harper

Issue 8, February 2018

Projects

Arduino PIC Programmer

Program a PIC microcontroller with an Arduino? Yes! And not just because we can, but because it’s easy to build and program...

Tim Blythman

Issue 8, February 2018

Feature

Fido Feeder

Can robots feed your dog for you? Absolutely. Well, maybe...

Max Chuquimia

Issue 8, February 2018

Projects

Multi-Coloured Acrylic Lamp

Want to build a work of art? With an Arduino and a few bits of hardware, you can!

Rob Bell & Mike Hansell

Issue 8, February 2018

Feature

Visual Voice Display

Machines don't have mouths, but for some reason lights that move with the voice make robots seem more human. And it looks...

David Such

Issue 8, February 2018