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Dominic Wilcox portfolio, news and videos

Dominic Wilcox portfolio, news and videos

http://dominicwilcox.com/

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Fabriquer un jukebox NFC à base d’arduino DIY Jukebox est un projet de Mario Pucci qui permet de fabriquer un mini jukebox à base d’Arduino, il permet de lire des morceaux de musique grâce à des petits tag NFC collés sur des mini-disques. Le projet est assez simple à réaliser, le boitier est réalisé avec du balsa sur lequel a été collé le décor du jukebox. Les mini disques avec leur tag NFC sont inséré sur le dessus et glissent devant le capteur du shield NFC, la carte Arduino va alors reconnaître le disque et envoyé un ordre de lecture via la liaison série USB à l’ordinateur exécutant un script en python pour lire le bon morceau. Pour réaliser ce montage, vous aurez besoin : Voici la vidéo de démonstration de ce montage :

scarcity of hunger - wei Scarcity of hunger Feed me next meal Scarcity project with Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, 2013-2014 - In this fast-paced society, we take it for granted that hungry feeling can be solved immediately. Inventors! STEAM CO. Day — STEAM Co. Art and SOLE (T)Melanie Horan : Teacher, Broadwood Primary School/SOLE Central, Newcastle University The Creative Teacher (F)Carol Allen : Advisory Teacher ICT and Inclusion, North Tyneside Council Summary and Q&A (T)Iain Watson : Director, Tyne & Wear Museums The STEMETTES (F)Anne-Marie Imafidon : Head STEMette, The STEMettes

Acteurs publics Vous avez dénoncé les choix budgétaires du gouvernement, qui prendraient la recherche comme “variable d’ajustement”. Est-ce une forme d’aveuglement des politiques publiques ? C’est malheureusement un réflexe naturel de courte vue : en période de tension budgétaire, on va chercher les budgets là où leur absence ne se fait pas sentir.

Olaf Stapledon William Olaf Stapledon (10 May 1886 – 6 September 1950) – known as Olaf Stapledon – was a British philosopher and author of influential works of science fiction.[1][2] In 2014, he was inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame. Life[edit] During the First World War he served as a conscientious objector.[2] Stapledon became an ambulance driver with the Friends' Ambulance Unit in France and Belgium from July 1915 to January 1919; he was awarded the Croix de Guerre for bravery.[5] On 16 July 1919 he married Agnes Zena Miller (1894–1984), an Australian cousin.[2] They had first met in 1903, and later maintained a correspondence throughout the war. They had a daughter, Mary Sydney Stapledon (1920–2008), and a son, John David Stapledon (1923–2014). In 1920 they moved to West Kirby. On Stapledon's religious views, he was an agnostic.[8]

Dominic Wilcox portfolio page Kellogg’s challenged artist and designer Dominic Wilcox to make breakfast time more fun and interesting for families and children going back to school. The morning can be a stressful time for parents getting the kids ready and so any help to make it a stress free and enjoyable time is welcome. Inventions include:Soggy-o-Meter Everyone who eats cereal has their own particular sogginess preference. This device allows you to set a timer precisely to your preferred cereal sogginess. Simply select one of 5 cereals and turn the dial to select your required sogginess, from ‘not soggy’ right up to ‘soggylicious’.

Every Frame a Painting Here's a second, supplementary video we made: a new Twitter account about temp music we made: Dan Golding's great response video here: Off the top of your head, could you sing the theme from Star Wars? How about James Bond? Or Harry Potter? But here’s the kicker: can you sing any theme from a Marvel film? Dominic Wilcox serves breakfast by drone for Kellogg's British inventor Dominic Wilcox has designed a series of playfully absurd breakfast accessories for Kellogg's to encourage children to eat in the mornings (+ movie). Wilcox's Re-imagining Breakfast inventions for American food manufacturer Kellogg's include a tummy-rumble amplifier and a breakfast-serving drone. The set of seven items also features a soggy-o-meter, an energy-detecting spoon, a wireless talking pillow, a head-mounted crane that serves cereal, and a Snap, Crackle and Pop speaker. Intended to catch out anyone that has skipped breakfast, the Hungry Tummy Rumbler has a built-in microphone that attaches to children's waists and connects to a giant amplifying orange brass horn. "My first sketch was just a little person with some huge horns attached," Wilcox told Dezeen. "With my drawings I'm trying to explain the idea in the simplest and most direct way possible.

Institute of Critical Zoologists "The work to follow is an exploration of these complexities and reminds us that birds occupy a large and central part of that universe that human beings constantly carve out of nature." Ding Li “In contemporary society birds are, perhaps, both the most watched and most eaten animal on our planet. They have become a focal point of debates about a 'proper' relationship between humankind and nature, and about definitions of humanity itself.” After Dark Play Video Over five nights in August 2014, the public logged-on to the After Dark web app to take a space-age tour through 500 years of British art. Equipped with cameras, the robots’ journeys were watched by thousands of people world-wide via the internet, alone in their adventure except for their robotic co-explorers. A few lucky people, chosen at random, were given the opportunity to actually control a robot themselves, navigating their own journey round Tate Britain’s historic building and collection.

Jaemin Paik When We All Live To 150 2012, Jun 1 year Research Project, Mixed media McDonald's Turns Placemats Into Little Music Production Stations Connected to Your Phone Wasn't it fun when we were kids to doodle on restaurants' paper placements with crayons? Well, McDonald's has introduced a high-tech, musical version of that sort of play with McTrax—a snazzy placemat that acts like a little music production station. TBWA\Neboko in the Netherlands created McTrax.

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