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=== Links/ideas ===

    Crossing the goal line: New tech tracks football in 3-D space -- ScienceDaily

        use photogrammetry on video

    Muon detector could help UK reduce carbon emissions -- ScienceDaily
    Buy lunch, pay with your hand: Vein scanning technique -- ScienceDaily
    Octocopter named “HorseFly” takes flight

        Clever idea and name

    DARPA’s newest toy lets human scale vertical glass wall, just like Spider-Man
    Nestlé claims credit for ‘major advance’ in beverage powder solubility
    Drones give farmers eyes in the sky to check on crop progress
    Millennial Trains Project
    Clever Domino's Applies Physics Principles to Pizza Delivery
    Reinventing the Physicist: Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education for the 21st Century
    Partners in the Sky: Aviation and Aerospace Industry Leaders Join the Smithsonian in Worldwide Conservation Efforts | Newsdesk

        1-gram tracking devices just got a push!

    Extraordinary absorption of sound in porous lamella-crystals : Scientific Reports : Nature Publishing Group

        Extraordinary absorption of sound in porous lamella-crystals J. Christensen, V. Romero-García, R. Picó, A. Cebrecos, F. J. García de Abajo, N. A. Mortensen, M. Willatzen & V. J. Sánchez-Morcillo Affiliations Contributions Corresponding author Scientific Reports 4, Article number: 4674 doi:10.1038/srep04674 Received 19 March 2014 Accepted 26 March 2014 Published 14 April 2014

    Guide to Silicon Valley Starup scene | Steve Blank
    The Public Forum Institute | Internships

        The Public Forum Institute Intern Program offers college students the opportunity to live and work in Washington, D.C., gaining experience in government and public policy. Interns have direct contact with congressional staff, as well as members of the executive branch and other elected officials.

    Brigham Young Researchers Develop Google Glass System To Assist Deaf Students -- Campus Technology
    Home :: GEM Global Entrepreneurship Monitor ::
    Microbubble Compositions, Properties and Biomedical Applications

        Medical things one can do with bubbles. Can you think of other applications?

    LIX - The Smallest 3D Printing Pen in the World by LIX — Kickstarter
    Maker Faire | Find a Faire Near You
    Robots transform into furniture at EPFL

        Interesting concept. Make smaller differently? Make something that climbs a wall and then hauls itself up?

    A Woman Has Been Given A New 3D Printed Skull | I Fucking Love Science
    3D Printed Cast Speeds Bone Recovery Using Ultrasound | I Fucking Love Science
    Winning Ag Prize teams address global food system challenges, from food spoilage to hunger | Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
    Maker Commons – A Community of Makers | Commons In A Box

        Replacement for wiki?

    World’s smallest magazine cover

        nanoscale drawing on plastic

    Blender whips up graphene | Science News
    Auditory brainstem response to complex sounds: a tutorial

        For cABRs, a vertical one-channel montage is the most common configuration. This configuration requires only three electrodes corresponding to the active (non-inverting), reference (inverting) and ground electrodes. In our lab, the preferred electrode placements are Cz (active), ipsilateral earlobe (reference), and forehead or contralateral earlobe (ground). We prefer to use the earlobe rather than the mastoid because it is a non-cephalic site that causes fewer artifacts from bone vibration (Hall 2006). For researchers who intend to record subcortical and cortical potentials simultaneously (see below), or who wish to collect them within the same session, cABRs can be recorded with an electrode cap.

    Flute Finger Hole Locations
    Flutomat Javascript Flute Designer

        3d cad and print?

    Advanced Tactics, Inc. | Home of the AT Black Knight TRANSFORMER

        Internships in California for quadcopter VTOL

    Patent Lens Home
    California VC Greg Robinson to Lead Wisconsin’s 4490 Ventures | Xconomy
    Forget wearable tech, embeddable implants are already here - CNN.com
    National Robots Week Open House | Wisconsin Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory
    Crowdfunding Site Raising Capital for ASU Student Projects -- Campus Technology

        Hmm. UW should have this!

    CollabFinder - Find A Cofounder
    Headset & Accessories
    WID Frontier Fellows take on exonerations, archaeological sites and science images with data | Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
    Titanium dioxide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

        Turns out these are easy to make.

    R&D $ HERD 2012 Data Tables
    Wind Industry’s New Technologies Are Helping It Compete on Price - NYTimes.com


    firestarters: Emotional Arcade | IDFA DocLab
    XYZprinting Inc. – da Vinci 3D Printer $499 at Amazon
    Soccer displays fractal dynamics

        Pretty naive video analysis on a system that could be interesting.

    Shapeways | About - How it works
    [1402.7101] New type of microengine using internal combustion of hydrogen and oxygen
    Agisoft PhotoScan Standard | www.agisoft.ru
    Roomy Cages Built From DNA : Wyss Institute at Harvard
    Innovative solar-powered toilet developed by CU-Boulder ready for India unveiling | University of Colorado Boulder
    State of Inqenuity SOI SourceLink
    WI Drone 2013 Senate Bill 196
    GenoCAD: CAD Software for Synthetic Biology
    Posters in the Rotunda 2013
    Epicenter: Creating a Nation of Entrepreneurial Engineers
    Campuses | Dream. Design. Deliver.

        Someone interested in putting WI on this map.

    | Dell Social Innovation Challenge
    The Awesome Foundation
    Physics - Droplets Caught at High Speed

        34 microsecs to form a drop

    Battery-free tech brings gesture recognition to all devices
    Grants | NCIIA

        National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance

    Start it up :Mission & History | NFTE

        Org devoted to promoting entrepreneurship

    We The Geeks | The White House
    Laser-Sintering 3d printing
    Global Space Balloon Challenge
    Microscopy: A new phase for X-ray imaging : Nature : Nature Publishing Group
    A battery small enough to be injected, energetic enough to track salmon
    Students | AAAS 2014 Annual Meeting

        Just down in Chicago, an earful for $70.

    Session: Nurturing Scientific Innovation and Entrepreneurship within the University Ecosystem (2014 AAAS Annual Meeting (13-17 February 2014))
    RSA US Student Design Awards — An RSA Catalyst Project
    Stratasys introduces world’s first color multi-material 3-D printer

        Engineers at beta user Trek Bicycle in Waterloo, Wisc., are using the Objet500 Connex3 for assessment and testing of accessories like bike chain stay guards and handlebar grips prior to actual production. "The Objet500 Connex3 Color Multi-material 3D Printer changed the way we manufacture at Trek, augmenting our traditional, time-consuming CNC processes with fast, iterative and realistic prototyping and functional testing," says Mike Zeigle, manager of Trek's prototype development group.

    ‘Office hours’ on State Street offers informal advice to entrepreneurs (Jan. 27, 2014)
    3-D printed soil reveals the world beneath our feet

        Interesting application of 3d-printing

    Penn State Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for Moonlander -- Campus Technology
    Inkjet printing - the physics of manipulating liquid jets and drops - Abstract - Journal of Physics: Conference Series - IOPscience
    High-Speed Imaging of Drops and Bubbles - Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, 40(1):257
    3D Printed Food | BotBQ | The Open Source 3D Printing BBQ

        shape doesn't really matter that much to me. I definitely would like 3d food more if it resembles real food. Instead of printing food layer by layer, it could work with different nuzzles laying out food materials, piece by piece and type by type, and then cook them all together/ or have the materials precooked.

    Madison Startup Fair | Capital Entrepreneurs

        Planning is happening for the 2014 Startup Fair at WID and Garage Involvement is requested.

    PowerUp 3.0 App Toys | PowerUp Toys
    Technology uses micro-windmills to recharge cell phones - News Center - UT Arlington
    criticalmaking.com University of Toronto

        The critical making laboratory is a shared space for opening up the practice of experimentation with embedded and material digital technology to students and faculty in the Faculty of Information. The lab provides tools, materials, and training for building devices such as wearable computers, RFID systems, ubiquitous computing networks, and other physical computing technologies.

    Swivl personal cameraman
    ArduSat - Your Arduino Experiment in Space by ppl4world — Kickstarter
    Arts Business Symposium @ UW-Madison Continuing Studies
    Open Source Ecology

        UW Physics alum Marcin Jakobowski's project

    Students showcase wearable computing projects, design thinking (Dec. 19, 2013)
    Superpedestrian - The Copenhagen Wheel
    PNNL: News - Algae to crude oil: Million-year natural process takes minutes in the lab
    Contact | UW Rapid Prototyping Consortium
    DROP AND SPRAY FORMATION FROM A LIQUID JET - Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, 30(1):85
    Lionhead 3D Printer and 3D Scanner with Li Modeling Software by Radiant Fabrication — Kickstarter

        Outgrowth of rapid prototyping center

    Harvesting waste plastic for 3D printers to reduce poverty: Plastic Bank : TreeHugger
    Engineer designs mug to keep coffee temperature just right

        Engineer designs mug to keep coffee temperature just right

    How to Teach Entrepreneurship -- Campus Technology
    Print Your Own 3D Learning Objects -- Campus Technology


    Video: A flying robotic jellyfish? Prototype proves it's possible - latimes.com
    The engineering behind additive manufacturing and the 3-D printing revolution
    Associated Students of Madison approves 2015 Green Fund | Office of Sustainability
    Amazon proposes cargo drone
    Open-Source Lab, 1st Edition | Joshua Pearce | ISBN 9780124104624
    Michigan Tech Open sustainability technology, Joshua Pearce



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Active projects

Completed projects

If your project is complete or abandoned, please move the link here, document on the project page what you learned, suggest to others how to proceed further, and summarize the status of any equipment used.

  • Personal Greenhouse Living Pantry for the inner city, 3rd world, and 1st world

  • Grey Water Toilet Use that shower/bath water, OK?

  • Hivemind Hivemind seeks to create a revolutionary new way to interface with our day to day devices via the power of thought alone.

  • Hammocks! Outdoor learning spaces for the 21st century

Projects on Hold

Suggested projects

Note: Students, a number of you have signed on to express interest in suggested projects. A project is not a project until there is work. If you consider your project in an active state, meaning you are working on it at any level, please move the link below to the list of active projects and email Carlsmith.

Sources for inspiration

HUANG YI & KUKA - A DUET OF HUMAN AND ROBOT http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7moBSpAEkD4

Reverse engineering (KahnAcademy) https://www.khanacademy.org/science/projects/Reverse-Eng

Instructables: http://www.instructables.com/tag/type-id/category-technology/?&offset=14

Udoo: http://www.gizmag.com/udoo/27099/

Google Glass specs: http://www.gizmag.com/google-glass-specs/27087/

Biomedical engineering undergraduate projects archives: http://bmedesign.engr.wisc.edu/

Ingestible sensors: http://www.hqinc.net/thermodot/products/, http://proteusdigitalhealth.com/

Kickstarter projects: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1130494637/techstyle-haus-solar-decathlon-europe-2014, http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/143072809/rhode-island-mini-maker-faire-2013, http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/916029689/the-fab-lab-at-space, https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1697625937/the-tiltyimu-a-family-of-user-friendly-robotics-co, http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/374019694/balloon-chain-at-burning-man-2013

The walls have ears http://www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S37/69/38I40/index.xml?section=science

Design awards http://www.core77designawards.com/2013/recipients/





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