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Line-us: The little robot drawing arm
"Line-us is a small internet-connected robot drawing arm.
Line-us mimics your motion with a pen and recreates whatever you draw on screen. Draw with your finger, mouse, stylus or
Apple Pencil and watch as it copies your movements in real time.
The Line-us App then lets you save your drawings and share them with friends or other Line-us machines!
Line-us is Durrell Bishop and Robert Poll. We both have many years of experience in product design and engineering. If you love drawing like we do Line-us and the Line-us community will be the start of something fun and exciting."

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robots  drawing  printing  printers  2017 
november 2017 by robertogreco
Brendan Dawes - The Happiness Machine
"The Happiness Machine is an Internet connected printer that prints random happy thoughts by random people from across the web; press the big black button and the Happiness Machine prints a thought from someone who mentioned the word happy.

Though The Happiness Machine uses content from We Feel Fine, the printer is completely agnostic to the data it prints; the logic is all done on the server so I can easily change what type of data comes back. It could easily be train times, news headlines or your day's appointments – the printer doesn't care – it's dumb. It just prints what comes back.

I still believe paper has advantages from time to time as a content delivery mechanism over all the screens that now pervade our lives; you can tear it off, put it in your wallet/purse, scribble on it or give it someone else without worrying whether it works with their OS. And it doesn't need a power source for display."
wefeelfine  happinessmachine  printing  printers  2012  happiness  brendandawes  papernet  paper 
august 2012 by robertogreco
Printing at Home [] - $26.00
"Xavier Antin makes wonderful projects about home printing. This book is a guide to several hacks of ink jet printers. The hacks are meant to disturb or disrupt the printing process. The book is presented as "an overly didactic printing manual." A favorite of ours is the hack that includes potato stamp printing added on top of what ever runs through the printer! Really amazing idea."
books  xavierantin  printers  make  making  diy  hacks  hacking  howto 
april 2011 by robertogreco
Print from your phone with Gmail for mobile and Google Cloud Print - Official Gmail Blog
"Let’s say you need to print an important email attachment on your way to work so that it’s waiting for you when you walk in the door. With Gmail for mobile and Google Cloud Print — a service that allows printing from any app on any device, OS or browser without the need to install drivers — you can.

To get started, you’ll first need to connect your printer to Google Cloud Print. For now, this step requires a Windows PC but Linux and Mac support are coming soon. Once you’re set up, just go to from your iPhone or Android browser and choose “Print” from the dropdown menu in the top right corner. You can also print eligible email attachments (such as .pdf or .doc) by clicking the “Print” link that appears next to them."
google  mobile  cloud  gmail  printing  googlecloudprint  printers 
january 2011 by robertogreco
3-D Printers Redefine Industrial Design
"Three-dimensional printers have long been used to create prototypes rapidly. Now some designers are using 3-D printers to create the products themselves, thanks to rapid advances in the printers' capabilities."
3d  printers  printing  prototyping  fabbing  fabrication  design  technology  trends  culture  engineering  collaboration  production  manufacturing 
november 2007 by robertogreco
'Fabbers' could launch a revolution
"Low-cost, home-built 3-D printer could launch a revolution, say Cornell engineers"
3D  diy  fabbing  fabrication  innovation  longtail  printing  science  customization  computers  manufacturing  printers  engineering 
march 2007 by robertogreco

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