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BeanIOT is a Legume-shaped Sensor Package for Agriculture

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!

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Arduino Launches New Affordable Nano Microcontroller Boards

Arduino, the open-source computer hardware and software company, announced new affordable "Nano" microcontroller boards at the Maker Faire Bay Area last weekend.

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Nano Dimension 3D Prints Fully Functional IoT Communication Device

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.

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OneRing: 15 Year Old Creates 3D Printed Parkinson’s Tracker

15 year old whizzkid creates OneRing, a 3D printed Parkinson's tracker that uses machine learning to analyze and understand movement.

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Beast Mode: 3D Printed Smart Tags Guarantee Authenticity

Origin Laboratories develops 3D printed smart tags to tackle fake sneakers, in collaboration with Beast Mode, Chronicled and Autodesk.

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Casa Jasmina: Where Arts and Arduinos Meet

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.

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3D Printed Smart Containers Detect Spoiled Food

Berkeley University research team creates the first printable electrical components and proved their usefulness in smart containers of food.

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