The Programming Electronics Academy Podcast is a show featuring programmers, hobbyists, and other influencers, who are realizing their creative vision using Arduino. In each episode our host and guests of the show will talk about their creative projects and prototypes, how they managed build them, and what listeners can do to get out there and make their own projects using Arduino.
EPS 023 - Bring it to Market with John Teel of Predictable Designs
This weeks talk is with John Teel, the founder of Predictable Designs. In this show we talk about what it takes to bring an Arduino prototype to market. What are the steps, how hard is it, is it realistic - all these types of questions... I hope you enjoy the show - I think you'll learn a lot, I know I did.
More about Predictable Designs: Predictable Designs helps entrepreneurs, startups, makers, inventors, and small companies develop electronic hardware products in a predictable fashion is our goal.
They help develop products with a wide variety of functions such as microcontrollers, Bluetooth, WiFi, cellular, GPS, NFC, accelerometers, power harvesting, battery charging, sensors, transducers, motors, wireless charging, displays, audio, and video.
You can check out a great article on their website that might be relevant to you called:
From Arduino Prototype to Manufacturable Product
Using Arduino in Schools with Phil Nolt
EPS 021 - 1Sheeld with Amr Saleh
EP. 20: TinkerCAD with Joshua Brooks
Joshua Brooks teaches us all about TinkerCAD, a free and easy to use browser based software for 3D Modeling and Simulation.
Ep. 19: Electronic Textiles with Dr. Katharina Bredies
This week Michael has the chance to sit down with Dr. Katharina Bredies, the brain behind ‘The Light Curtain’, an interactive textile powered by Arduino.
Katharina walks Michael through the design and implementation of this unique product (3:00), details how the curtain can be used for communication (12:30), and guesses what the future of textile and electronic integrations might look like (17:30).
Ep. 18: Miniature Arduinos with Ken Burns
This week Michael sits down with electrical engineer and entrepreneur Ken Burns. Ken is the founder of TinyCircuits, a company that designs and builds tiny open source electronics for makers and hobbyists.
Ken talks about the inspiration behind his invention, ‘TinyDuino’ ,an Arduino compatible board that’s less than the size of a quarter (3:50), why he chose to manufacture all his own electronics in-house (10:35), and how he came up with the idea for ‘Tiny Arcade’, a miniature Arduino that you can play games on (25:35).
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You give me drive to keep building even though the learning curve is harder and harder.
I’m a newbie and found this very interesting and inspiring. I definitely need to make the fingerprint scanning garage door opener. I’ve had to crawl through windows too!
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I admit that I'm new to this field but I've really enjoyed listening to Michael and his hosts share their passion for computers, gadgets, and more. I especially love those enthusiasts who have brought their hobbies into local schools. This podcast is relevant for anyone interested in computer programming from novice to advanced.