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iHub Research By Editor / March 14, 2013
By Muuo Wambua, Robotics Intern As promised, Friday the 15th saw a bunch of hardware and software enthusiasts meet-up and hack on the Raspberry Pi, a small, barebones computer developed by The Raspberry Pi Foundation, a UK charity, with the intention of providing low-cost computers and free software to students.
iHub Research By Joseph / February 6, 2013
It’s always refreshing to see a group of hardware enthusiasts come together to share their interests in robotics and showcase their both past and upcoming projects. It is for this reason that we put together our first iHub Robotics Meet Up on 1st February, 2013 at the iHub as an
iHub By Joseph / January 30, 2013
In the last year, we have grown a community of hackers and tech enthusiasts through both online engagement and the series of bootcamps and hackathons that were held in 2012. These were great opportunities for our participants to both gain access to the tools and skills needed to build the
iHub By Joseph / September 14, 2012
On the 7th and 8th of September, the iHub Robotics boot camp brought participants from all walks of life, but all who had a common interest in artificial intelligence or were probably curious about the world of robotics. The event was kicked off by tutorial sessions led by Kingsley Ndiewo,
iHub By Joseph / September 6, 2012
Want to be a part of the iHub Robotics initiative? Help iHub Robotics purchase microcontrollers, sensors and other cool components and if you are the highest bidder, you could have the first iHubber to have a robot named after you! Kicked off by the generous support of Leo and Nekesa,
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