Link Dump 0041: Zelda Game Dev, Fast-Food Robotics, Bicep Physics, and Lots of Products



Artificial Intelligence, Automation, Robotics
- Ecovacs Winbot W830, a window cleaning robot.
- Flippy by Miso Robotics, a burger flipping robot.
Former McDonald's USA CEO: $35K robots cheaper than hiring at $15 per hour.
- Japan to unveil pascal GPU-based AI supercomputer.


Comedy, the Internet, and Idiocracy
- 44 Magnum Last Vegas.
- Casually Explained: Flirting.
- Interview with an indie game developer.

DIY
- DIY Augmented Reality Device.
- TrackPoint via Arduino as USB mouse.

Education
Breaking Conventions with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
- Do-dfns Live Stream: Compiler Design and Architecture.
- Physics - Mechanis: Torque. The Bicep example.
- Sneaky battles evolved disguise to look like ants, then eat them.
- Teach Yourself Computer Science.



People, Politics, and Money
Australian rural businesses switch to diesel power as electricity prices soar.
- Programmers: Stop Calling Yourself Engineers.

Products
- Dell 43-inch Ultra HD 4K Multi-Client Monitor P4317Q.
- Frogpad, a single side keyboard.
- Lego Tape makes brick building possible everywhere.
- LG 38-inch class 21:9 UltraWide WQ"HD+ IPS Curved LED Monitor.
- Lot of Nintendo 3DS Joystick Analog Stick.
- Matias half keyboard.
- reMarkable: e-ink reader with pen digitizer.
- The SlideBelt.
- Usb-c to DisplayPort.
- Vuzix AR3000 Series of Smart Glasses.

Security
- How the FBI used Geek Squad to increase secret public surveillance.

Software
- Joystick-to-Mouse Emulator.

Some Stuff Blog Visitors Bought:
- Acer XF240H 24-inch Full HD Monitor, 144Hz refresh rate.
- APIE Gaming Headset, USB wired, mic, and noise canceling.
- Cable Matters Gold Plated DisplayPort to DisplayPort (4K ready).
- Logitech Unifying Receiver.
- Mac Adapter. Lightning to USB Camera Adapter.
- Practical Electronics for Inventors (book).
- SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Memory Card.
- Vivo Laptop / Notebook Monitor Riser Stand.

Published: Mar 16, 2017

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