Do you keep losing your physical computing bookmarks ? Well, for some reason, I do. I lost them when I reinstalled my OS. I lost them when I switched browser. I’m so hopeless that I’ve decided to write this blog post in the hope to put an end to this awful sequence.
Worst case scenario they will at least be cached by Google…
So here it goes : my constantly expanding list of physical computing (and related) bookmarks and favorites. This list is in no particular order. If you notice broken links, please let me know.
- The physical computing site of the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) of New York University
- Tom Igoe‘s and Dan O’Sullivan‘s respective physical computing pages (both are professors at NYU’s ITP
- Todd Holoubek‘s physical computing page
- Robert Faludi‘s site
- Instructables, “Instructables is a web-based documentation platform where passionate people share what they do and how they do it, and learn from and collaborate with others.“
- Make Magazine, “MAKE brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. MAKE is loaded with exciting projects that help you make the most of your technology at home and away from home.“
- InstantSOUP, “InstantSOUP is a path into electronics using an approach of “learning by making”, introducing electronic prototyping in a playful, non-technical way.“
- Fritzing, “Fritzing is an open-source initiative to support designers, artists, researchers and hobbyists to take the step from physical prototyping to actual product.“
- Arduino, “Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.“
- Bug Labs, “BUG is a modular and open source system for building devices.“
- Reactable, “The Reactable is a revolutionary new electronic musical instrument designed to create and perform the music of today and tomorrow.“
- Computer Programming as an Art by Donald E. Knuth.
- Computational Thinking (pdf) by Jeannette M. Wing.
- Kelly Dobson
Connecting a WiiMote to a Computer(link down) at The Fourmation
To be continued…
To be continued…