Nicolas, who was the first BSc student I worked with in Lancaster, is now after finishing his PhD with Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK. He came on Friday to Essen to see the lab and he brought us a Voodoo I/O box  – we are really excited!
He stayed for the weekend and I learned a lot about interesting technologies and ideas. Looking at his iREX ebook and Vivien’s new USB Microscope (30€ from Aldi 😉 we had to do some research into the screen quality of different devices. It is interesting to see that e-Ink moves closer to newspaper and that in comparison to it an iPhone screen is pretty coarse.
- Energy harvest module at Farnell (order No. 1439949, EH301A)
- DIY 3D Priniting – http://fabathome.org/
- Hi-End 3D Printing – http://www.objet.com/
- Interesting web shop – http://www.grand-illusions.com/
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