This Video Shows How to Build an Android App for Your Arduino Project. A little known hack from Japan to get your notebook organized. Tools like Evernote make organizing and finding information really simple.
Yet despite that, I still often find myself using the humble notebook to jot down valuable ideas, especially when I’m on the go. However notebooks are hard to organize your ideas. You either split your notebook into several sections for each ‘category’ and end up wasting valuable pages in the quieter sections or you just write your ideas as they come along making them hard to find later on. If this sounds familiar then you are going to love this little hack I was taught here in Japan by a friendly salariman. It’s a little messy, and not something I’d use all the time but for the right subject could come in handy. Introducing the Highfive notebook The back of your notebook will act like a tag list or index. For example let’s imagine you’re keeping a notebook for recipes and you just wrote down a Chinese recipe on the first page. You’d make this mark so that even when the notepad was closed the mark would be visible.
Verhuur, springkussen Circus, speelwagen, kiddy fun, Glijbaan Clown, Sprookjeskasteel Springkussen, Luchtkussen. Organisatieburo Vitalis heeft diverse kinderactiviteiten in de verhuur ondermeer diverse springkussens, een grote oplaasbare glijbaan en uniek in Noord Nederland een speelwagen van 7,50 meter lang.
Nieuw toegevoegd is een trampolinepark, een 6 - voudige trampoline.Wilt u meerdere attracties inhuren dan is dit natuurlijk mogelijk, we kunnen zelfs zorg dragen voor eventuele dranghekken, kramen, stoelen of zelfs straatafzettingen voor uw buurtfeest, communie, huwelijksfeest, markt enzovoort. Kiddy fun mobiele speelwagen Mobiele speelwagen. Op ieder evenement een geweldig aantrekkingsmagneet voor de kinderen. 20 kinderen kunnen hier gelijktijdig op 5 etages, klimmen, klauteren, spelen, ontdekken en glijden. Met ballenbak, megaballen, bokszakken en twee glijbanen. The Art & Animation of Tatsuyuki Tanaka. A post on comic creator David Hine’s tumblr today brought to my attention some brilliant work by Tatsuyuki Tanaka, animator with Studio 4°C.
Although Mr.Tanaka has a website the information on it is few and far between but you may be familiar with his work on Batman:Gotham Knight (storyboard supervisor and conceptual designer) and Green Legend:Ran (key animator). However you might not be aware that Tanaka was the man behind Tetsuo’s bio horror arm mutation in the legendary Akira. Since then Tanaka has worked on a myriad of films, most recently for 4°C .He also devotes much of his time to producing elaborately beautiful illustrations which he collected in an art book called Cannabis Works in 2008. Below I have collected a few brilliant examples of his work including his entry for the 2007 anime anthology Genius Party entitled Toujin Kit.
Genius Party Beyond – “Toujin Kit” by Studio 4°C from Oskar E on Vimeo. Fourteen short animations for Utada Hikaru’s album “Exodus”.Tanak’a work is at 7:18. Making a powerful programmable keypad for less than $30. Studio diip - Designing Intelligent Imaging Products. 21 GIFs That Explain Mathematical Concepts. “Let's face it; by and large math is not easy, but that's what makes it so rewarding when you conquer a problem, and reach new heights of understanding.”
Danica McKellar As we usher in the start of a new school year, it’s time to hit the ground running in your classes! Math can be pretty tough, but since it is the language in which scientists interpret the Universe, there’s really no getting around learning it. Check out these gifs that will help you visualize some tricky aspects of math, so you can dominate your exams this year. Ellipse: Via: giphy Solving Pascal triangles: Via: Hersfold via Wikimedia Commons Use FOIL to easily multiply binomials: Via: mathcaptain Here’s how you solve logarithms: Via: imgur Use this trick so you don’t get mixed up when doing matrix transpositions: Via: Wikimedia Commons.
Build a Fibonacci golden section gauge for $1. Throughout the years I've read a lot about the golden ratio from a design perspective.
The Greeks noticed there was a common ratio in nature that was pleasing to the eye. This ratio is 1:1.618 (i.e. 1 to 1.618) and is referred to as the golden section. Today, you will find this golden section reflected in design of buildings, logos, products, artwork, etc. I wanted to create a durable measuring gauge that would allow me to refer to this ratio when designing things that I build with wood, metal, software and other materials. The gauge in this instructable allows you to measure drawings or on screen items and keep the scale and proportion of elements in a design. The gauge has 3 points, which always retains the ratio of 1 to 1.618, even as you expand and collapse the gauge. WOOD magazine has great video regarding the golden section with examples of the golden section in nature (your body), greek architecture and an example of how to use it to design furniture. Backyard Aquaponics. Toon onderwerp - Airlift. Tensile Table: Floating Wood Furniture Levitates via Magnets.