Inventor | Makertorium Ltd
I'm the Founder of the Guild of Makers (www.guildofmakers.org). and invent and make bespoke items that solve problems. I'm a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and have a PhD in bubbles. I was a judge on BBC Robot Wars and "Inventor in Residence" on the "Josh Widdicombe will make your life better" show. I wrote the foreword to: “Robot: Meet the Machines of the Future” £14.99, published by DK (www.dk.com).
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1 week ago
Make a visual indicator of the current state of the tide. Uses IBM's Cloud, a WeMos and some neopixels. (Not to be used for Navigational Purposes).
2 weeks ago
This project shows you how to connect a cheap (approx. £4) Wifi enabled WeMos D1 Mini board to IBM's (free) cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS).
2 months ago
Rings and bracelets have been around for thousands of years. The first major technological advance on these was the wristwatch – which became popular during the First World War. Now, we’re inserting technology in to many things.
Videos and pictures in first attempts at casting latex (Photos and effort by Polly and Chris with advice from Annabelle - compiled by Lucy Rogers). This is the dragon that the e-cig remote control was made for.
Using a Key Fob (433MHz) and an Adafruit Trinket, remotely control a motor, pump and/or lights. Use the Trinket to make it switch on for a pre-determined time, then off again.
4 months ago
Recently, Banksy shred one of his artworks - just as it sold at auction for over a £1million. People wanted to know why and what it meant. I wanted to know how. So I made my own versions. This is version 1 - using a commercially available shredder.