- FASHION & WEARABLES
- INTERNET OF THINGS
- PRODUCT DESIGN
- 3D PRINTING
- 3D SCANNING
- ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
- KIDS & EDUCATION
- OPEN SOURCE
- MUSIC & SOUND
- ARTISANS & NEW CRAFT
- RECYCLING & UPCYCLING
- STEAM PUNK
- YOUNG MAKERS (< 18)
- FOOD & AGRICULTURE
- CIRCULAR ECONOMY
- HOME AUTOMATION
- NEW MANUFACTURING
- WELLNESS & HEALTHCARE
- ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY
- INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
- CULTURAL HERITAGE
- VIRTUAL REALITY
Result for TAG "Open Source"
A.R.A.C.H.N.E. is able to probe the soil, mapping and weeding the weeds to reuse them for soil mulching.
A simple slider which aim is to create a low-price and high performance equipment, booth for professionals and simple lovers.
Monitor situations of violation of the distance between people, of the number in contingent environments, of the use of the mask, of the positioning during shows.
The system assists the user in the process of collinear alignment between two points in space. Specifically, it provides the current angles relative to the Azimuth, Elevation and Polarization of the illuminator (in the case of linear polarization signals).
A space where knowledge blends, cultivating competences that help develop new entrepreneurial ideas: AlmaLabor is a Maker Space – a prototyping laboratory for creating prototypes for your business idea, as well as a Co-working and training space.
The Android called 'Brother', with autonomous decision-making abilities and interaction with the outside world based on event recognition through the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques. Brother is able to recognize the Italian sign language LIS by translating it into audio and Braille.
CyberOrto is a system that allows you to manage a small vegetable garden in autonomy. You decide, through an application, which vegetables to plant and will provide for their cultivation, alerting you when they are ready for harvest.
How can ICT empower Humanities? One question, different answers for Archaeology, Geography, Italian Literature, Paleography, History, Art History and Philology.
Erwhi Hedgehog is a small open source ROS robot that is capable of SLAM and Vision AI.
The project shows the functioning of a 3D printer with infinite axis, focusing on programming and on the main elements that compose it.
Interact with mathematics and create art: challenge yourself with IMAGINARY!
Lasercut origami structures’ is a multidisciplinary research and educational project dedicated to the 'file to factory' design of origami structures.
A game similar to “air hockey” using smartphones or joystick like pads. The game can be muliplayer and easily portable
GreenPass Reader Stand alone to read the certificate without the intervention of a person.
What is gravity? How do planets, stars and galaxies move in the Universe? Let’s find it out together!
We exploit AI for early detection of complications in diabetic patients aiming at improving diabetics' health and treatment
Smart plug and power limiter easy to use: your lights will never go out again
Our project is based on the wireless transmission of signals using the principle of radio transmission whose initiator was Nikola Tesla.
The clock adopts an ultra-precision RTC (< 1 mn / year) and does not use the multiplexing technique, with an optimal lightning without compromises.
Under $100 and less than 1mW Pneumonia Detection solution for everyone using State-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence.
We bring professionally-engineered, upgradeable lighting hardware together with Open Source firmware and 3D-printable expansion kits. 100% Makers-friendly!
SayEye: the system co-designed by Opendot and TOG that allows children with severe difficulties to communicate with the eyes.
The SpectraFood project involves the creation of a portable device that integrates multimodal spectroscopies for the characterization of the quality of food raw materials, such as grain and flours.
A strong motivation for learning STEM: low-cost and open source instruments for monitoring air and water pollution.
A new way to see your city in the future. The LCIM app for smartphones gives you an augmented vision of the urban space
The device allows to test DIY radio controlled clocks, or to synchronize clocks in a domestic or job building in case of poor reception of the native DCF77 transmission