Report on NodeJS module licenses
Creating prototypes with less programming. Solution for UX designers without a dev background.
I loved my 75-in-1 Electronics kit when I was a kid and now SparkFun is recreating it.
Realtime face substitution in the browser with the open web stack
File this under wearable tech! Yet another QS sensor in clothing. Tracks muscle activity.
Image recognition APIs are getting plentiful which is great for developers
Adjust your web UI to ambient lighting with CSS media queries
Media Queries Level 4 builds upon the existing media queries specification that many of us use when we build responsive designs today. The Media Queries Level 4 specification introduces four interesting new media features: script, hover, pointer and luminosity. At the time of writing the…
Recreating the movie 'Up' with Raspberry Pi and Instagram
Animated GIFs still have value today. Really like this fellows programmatic approach
From the simple but smart idea files. Use Google Spreadsheet to serve JSON data
Track human motion accurately in 3D space! I've pre-ordered my developer kit!
The folks at Sencha rate iOS7 HTML performance for web apps. It's not good.
September must be hackathon month. Here's a wearable hosted by Google and N36 Hosts Featuring MYO
Great tech article from Sencha on mobile web app performance
New mobile apps are compute intensive: no-one is trying to do DNA sequencing on an iPhone. Most apps have a very reasonable response model. The user does something, then the app responds visually with immediacy at 30 frames per second or more, and completes a task in a few hundred milliseconds. As long as an app meets this user goal, it doesn’t matter how big an abstraction layer it has to go through to get to silicon. This is one of the red herrings we’d like to cook and eat.