Crops and the Internet of Things; a high-tech, 3D printed pellet called BeanIOT can help farmers better monitor their stored crops. And perhaps even provide home security!
Arduino, the open-source computer hardware and software company, announced new affordable "Nano" microcontroller boards at the Maker Faire Bay Area last weekend.
Nano Dimension, an Israeli 3D printed electronics company, announced it has created an additively manufactured, fully functional communication device at a faster speed than all other traditionally made devices.
15 year old whizzkid creates OneRing, a 3D printed Parkinson's tracker that uses machine learning to analyze and understand movement.
Origin Laboratories develops 3D printed smart tags to tackle fake sneakers, in collaboration with Beast Mode, Chronicled and Autodesk.
Many companies are talking about the Internet of Things. Casa Jasmina, the brainchild of artists, activists and Arduino, makes the fully connected open home become a reality.
Berkeley University research team creates the first printable electrical components and proved their usefulness in smart containers of food.