Did You Know? Change Bucket Mid-Script

Our Did You Know series brings some of Initial State’s amazing features to attention while giving tips and tricks on how to make the most of them. Did you know that you can change which bucket your stream is sending events to in the middle of your Python script? Maybe you’re collecting a lot of information [&hellip
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Weekly Envy: Portable Pocket Printer

The Weekly Envy highlights one piece of cool tech that we’ve come across lately and really wish we could buy!  From ZUtA Labs: This little guy is a portable pocket printer. At just 10.2 cm in diameter and 7.5 cm in height the first mini robotic printer weighs a measly 350 grams. Due to it’s mechanical design, [&hellip
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Weekly Envy: Digital Highlighter Bluetooth C-Pen

The Weekly Envy highlights one piece of cool tech that we’ve come across lately and really wish we could buy!  From C Technologies: Resembling a taser of some sort, this is a digital highlighter. It only weighs 68 grams and is as tall as a regular highlighter. The width of the pen lets it scan characters up [&hellip
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Raspberry Pi + Internet of Things Workshop = PiOT

Below is a press release we just issued this afternoon! After a few weeks of successful PiOT workshops, we’re starting to get the word out and, hopefully over the next few months, expand to some other cities. Want to connect with PiOT? Check out our website or our Facebook page. Nashville EC Accelerator Graduate Launches [&hellip
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Raspberry Pi: Robot Camera Car Controlled Through the Browser

I wrote a review on Dexter Industries’ Raspberry Pi powered robot car, the GoPiGo, a week ago. It is an awesome little car that is easy to assemble and comes with pre-written Python and Scratch programs. All of the resources for the GoPiGo can pretty much be found on the Dexter Industries site, but I wanted to [&hellip
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Weekly Envy: MOTA Smart Ring

The Weekly Envy highlights one piece of cool tech that we’ve come across lately and really wish we could buy!  From MOTA: The MOTA Smart Ring is basically the only way you can get smaller than a smartwatch – and it can do almost everything that a watch can. It’s every bit as fashionable as it is [&hellip
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Review: GrovePi Plug-and-Play Sensor Board

After experiencing how incredibly easy Dexter Industries made it to build a robot car, I decided to try out their add-on board called the GrovePi. Dexter makes a ton (supposedly over 100) of sensors that can be easily plugged in and instantly played with using their pre-written scripts. You can get a GrovePi sensor board along with 12 different [&hellip
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Weekly Envy: Skulpt Aim Fitness Tracker

The Weekly Envy highlights one piece of cool tech that we’ve come across lately and really wish we could buy!  From Skulpt: The Aim Fitness Tracker claims to be the world’s first device to measure body fat percentage and muscle quality, giving you data on 24 different muscles individually. The fitness tracker is focused at letting you know when [&hellip
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