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Centre Art Sensitif -Mains d’Œuvres

Centre Art Sensitif -Mains d’Œuvres

localhost Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. En informatique, on travaille souvent en mode client-serveur : une ou plusieurs machines envoient des requêtes à un serveur central[1] qui envoie les réponses appropriées. C'est par exemple le cas pour un serveur web ou bien un serveur de bases de données. Dans les domaines des réseaux informatiques, localhost (l'hôte local en français) est un nom habituel pour se référer à une interface logique de l'ordinateur local. Le ou les clients hébergés sur une machine[2] utilisent le protocole IP pour communiquer. Il importe peu de savoir où se trouvent physiquement les programmes, les couches basses du protocole se chargeant justement d'en masquer les détails. L'interface réseau virtuelle utilisée dans cette situation se nomme l'interface de loopback (abrégée par lo sous Unix). Dans la pratique[modifier | modifier le code] Cela donne par exemple avec IPv4 : Soit encore avec IPv6 : Liens internes[modifier | modifier le code] Adresse IP

Project Lab Difficulty Level = 8 [What's this?] UPDATE: Check out the new robotics platform project! I built a wireless robotics platform from a cheap R/C car, an Arduino with XBee shield, small microswitch sensors, and a Processing program running on a remote computer to control the vehicle. The vehicle is completely controlled by the code running on the remote computer which allows very rapid prototyping of the code to tell the vehicle what to do and how to react to the sensor events received from the vehicle. Wireless computer-controlled robotics platform built on cheap RC vehicle, Arduino microcontroller, and XBee radios Before I get into details, here’s an overview of the features: All logic controlling the vehicle is performed in a Processing program running on remote computer. The Hardware There’s nothing special about the configuration of the XBee radios. Arduino and XBee shield on top of the vehicle Small circuit board with dual H-Bridge chip connected to drive motor and turn motor The Code Demo

Lab V2_Lab is an instigator of artistic projects which interrogate and illuminate contemporary issues in art, science, technology, and society. Our mission is to produce works of art with conceptual clarity and high production values, provide frameworks for presenting these artworks, and create meaningful exchanges on artistic research and production methods. V2_Lab is an autonomous zone where experiments and collaborations can take place outside of the constraints of innovation agendas or economic and political imperatives. The activities of V2_Lab cover a spectrum ranging from Think-Tank to Do-Tank, from research to creation and presentation of art. To accomplish this, formats such as expert meetings, workshops, residencies, publications, conferences and exhibitions are tailored to meet the requirements of individual projects. V2_Lab Methods (two examples)

[:: print.squat.net ::] BearDuino: Hacking Teddy Ruxpin with Arduino As a geek father, I have a reputation to uphold. And BearDuino has helped me maintain some shred of credibility with my kids... while creeping them out a bit in the process. The BearDuino is a hardware-hacked Teddy Ruxpin—the infamous animatronic talking story-time teddy bear unleashed in all its uncanniness on the world in the 1980s—that has been turned into a kit for use with an Arduino microcontroller, ready for would-be makers to use for good or evil. I've been itching to do something with the open-source Arduino for a while. That's because despite the various science fair disasters I have "helped" my kids with (potato guns of various calibers that have burned my eyebrows in the name of middle school science fairs and various projects involving model rocket engines that should probably never see the light of day again), the electrical wiring projects I've done, and the computers I've repaired, electronics have remained outside of my comfort zone. The art of creepy Ready to roll (eyes)

4th Pop Up Gallery of the AR Lab | ARlab You are hereby cordially invited to come Thursday 23 May and have a look at the fourth Pop Up Gallery of the AR Lab. We open directly after the Studium Generale lectures by Cox & Grusenmeyer and Annelein Pompe, in Bleijenburg hall at the Academy. With works by Interactive Media Design Students who have been working with lecturer Casper Koomen on the theme of IMD in Wonderland . And with True Hologram by guest artist Tomas Navarro, a 3D display that forms a photorealistic volume in mist. True Hologram is a truely inspiring work and Tomas Navarro has come especially from Spain to show and talk about it. The Pop Up galleries are organized by the AR Lab and Lectorate IVT in close cooperation with Studium Generale.

Mitch Altman Talks About The Hackerspace Movement Noisebridge founder and TV-B-Gone inventor Mitch Altman was interviewed at CCC Camp. Just four years ago, Mitch and other American nerds traveled to CCC Camp via Hackers on a Plane and learned about Europe’s second-wave hackerspaces, and vowed to bring that energy back to the U.S. The resulting wave of hundreds of hackerspaces has swept the world. [Via Adafruit] John Baichtal My interests include writing, electronics, RPGs, scifi, hackers & hackerspaces, 3D printing, building sets & toys. Related lm10uu linear bearing for fax machine components, View lm10uu linear bearing, NSK,NTN,TIMKEN,TDB.NWH.TDB.TMB.C&U.HRB,KOYO,NACHI.THK.STF Product Details from Guangzhou Rimao Bearing Co., Ltd. on Alibaba.com Main Products: Bearings: ball bearing, roller bearing, pillow block bearing, plumber block bearing,high temperature bearing, miniature bearing, auto bearing,linear bearing, rod end bearing,needle roller bearing,etc.Pulleys:ODM & OEM Service.Can be customized as per the customer's drawings. lm10uu linear bearing for fax machine components we can supply LM.LME.LMH.LMK.KH,etc series,size range is from ID6-60mm. Applacation: Food machinery, packaging machinery, medical machinery, printing machinery, textile machinery, machinery and equipment, robots, tools, machinery, CNC machine tools, automobile and other general or special machinery industry Your inquiry related to our product & price will be replied within 24hours Well-trained & experienced staff are to answer all your inquiries in English of course. *Huge stocks and samples are available for you.

Profile In a world shifting between the analog and the digital, Studio Roosegaarde is the social design lab of artist Daan Roosegaarde with his team of designers and engineers. The studio creates interactive designs that explore the dynamic relation between people, technology and space. The studio develops its own technology and is internationally known for interactive projects such as Dune, Intimacy and Smart Highway. Roosegaarde has been the focus of exhibitions at Tate Modern, National Museum in Tokyo, Victoria and Albert Museum and winner of numerous international innovation awards. Studio Roosegaarde also has a strong experience with public space commissions for the city of Rotterdam, Singapore, Eindhoven and Stockholm. Studio Roosegaarde launched its second studio in Shanghai, CN.

FabLabSquared Billet publié le 11 avril par Fabien Eychenne | 5 commentaires Tag : Lexique Les hackerspaces sont des lieux protéiformes regroupant des personnes d’horizons différents dans l’objectif de produire des projets, de nouvelles idées et de les partager. Les technologies et le numérique sont utilisés comme levier. Les activités liées aux différents hackerspaces peuvent varier par rapport aux lieux, aux cultures, aux personnes qui portent le hackerspace. Les hackerspaces fonctionnent généralement à travers des workshops, des présentations et des cours. Ils proposent des espaces afin que leur membres travaillent sur des projets personnels, collaborent avec d’autres groupes et d’autres projets. Les hackerspaces trouvent leurs racines dans la contre culture des années 60 et les mouvements autonomes. Ils fonctionnent grace aux adhésions de leurs membres bien que leur structure juridique puissent varier en fonction des espaces. En savoir plus sur les Hackerspaces (Photo : Rubin 110)

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