30 Jun '16, 5am

Hackaday Prize Entry: Invisible

[Kate Reed] found a quote by a homeless person that said “No one sees us”, which led her to exploring what it actually means to be invisible — and if we actually choose to be invisible by hiding away our emotions, sexual preference, race or income. She realized that too often, we choose to only see what we want to see, rendering all the rest invisible by looking away. Her public art campaign and Hackaday Prize entry “Invisible” aims to increase social awareness and strengthening the community by making hidden thoughts, feelings and needs visible.

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Hackaday Prize Entry: An MRI Machine

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Magnetic resonance imaging devices are one of the most fantastically incredible machines humans have ever built. They’re c...

Hackaday Prize Entry: A Universal Glucose Meter

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Hackaday Prize Entry: DIY Foot Orthotics

hackaday.com 02 Jul '16, 5am

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Hackaday Prize Entry: A Local Positioning System

hackaday.com 27 Jun '16, 5am

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Hackaday Prize Entry: SunLeaf

hackaday.com 26 Jun '16, 5am

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Hackaday Prize Entry: SunLeaf

hackaday.com 26 Jun '16, 5am

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Hackaday Prize Entry: A 400MHz Modem

Hackaday Prize Entry: A 400MHz Modem

hackaday.com 25 Jun '16, 5am

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Hackaday Prize Entry: MiniSam-Zero

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Hackaday Prize Entry: MyComm Handheld Satellite Messenger

Hackaday Prize Entry: MyComm Handheld Satellite...

hackaday.com 28 Jun '16, 5am

The MyComm is a handheld touch-screen device, much like a smartphone, that connects to the Iridium satellite network to se...

Hackaday Prize Entry: Dtto Modular Robot

Hackaday Prize Entry: Dtto Modular Robot

hackaday.com 04 Jul '16, 5am

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Hackaday Prize Entry: Cheap, Open LiDAR

hackaday.com 06 Jul '16, 5am

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Hackaday Prize Entry: ESP Swiss Knife

Hackaday Prize Entry: ESP Swiss Knife

hackaday.com 05 Jul '16, 5am

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Hackaday Prize Entry: Reverse GPS

Hackaday Prize Entry: Reverse GPS

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Hackaday Prize Entry: A Minimal ATtiny Voltage ...

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