Hak5 1416 – Aerial Infrared Photography Project and New Arduinos

Inexpensive Infrared Photography to analyze the world, An Update on Arduino with Massimo Banzi, and catching signals from space. All that and more this time on Hak5!

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Infragram: the Infrared Photography Project

  • http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/publiclab/infragram-the-infrared-photography-project

An Introduction and Update from Arduino CEO Massimo Banzi

Shannon speaks with Massimo Banzi, CEO of Arduino, at MakerFaire 2013 about the upcoming technology from Arduino and Maker Faire Rome.

Checking out some Satellite Communications

  • http://www.ocens.com/

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