Sous-vide cooking with the Wolfram Language

Here’s another guest post from Allison Taylor at Wolfram Research. We’ve seen sous vide applications before – but we’ve never seen one that uses the Wolfram Language and Mathematica to describe elegant curves while it prepares your dinner. Thanks Allison, and thanks to Diego Zviovich, who came up with this project.

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Engineer Constructs Smartphone From Raspberry Pi – RedOrbit

RedOrbit Engineer Constructs Smartphone From Raspberry Pi RedOrbit The list of components may be more worthy of a hobbyist's drawer of random parts than MacGyver's toolbox, but a Linux engineer just made a smartphone for $158 using a Raspberry Pi to power the device. Parts for the “PiPhone” include a Raspberry Pi

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Magic Mirror

Michael Teeuw was out shopping with his girlfriend, when he noticed a display mirror with illuminated lighting. Being one of those people whose minds tends to wander in the frocks department, he decided he’d go home and make a better one

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Raspberry Pi used to create a £90 smartphone – IT PRO

Raspberry Pi used to create a £90 smartphone IT PRO In addition to the Raspberry Pi board (model B), the phone sports a 320 x 240 touchscreen, a 2500mAh battery and a Sim900 GSM/GPRS module which enables the device to call, send texts and use data services..

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Engineer builds working phone using Raspberry Pi – FierceCIO

Engineer builds working phone using Raspberry Pi FierceCIO A Linux engineer has succeeded in putting together a working phone using the Raspberry Pi . Called the “Piphone”, it is made entirely from off the shelf components with no need for soldering–though it does use a couple of cable ties.

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