Monthly Archives: August, 2015

Recap
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Welcome back to the academic year! Does it look like it’s going to be as busy of one for you as for us at Digilent? We have a slew of upcoming projects that we’re excited to show you. Stay busy and stay cool — we have workshops, projects, and helpful suggestions to make sure you stay occupied and on track!

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Projects
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Have you ever been intrigued by motion sensors? This Instructable by sebastiangiangu shows how this team designed and developed a gesture detecting engine for the Digilent Design Contest 2015.

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From Our President
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By now I’m sure that many of you have noticed that we no longer offer the $99 US Student price for our popular Analog Discovery USB multi-instrument. It was an incredible price for an incredible product. It was great while it lasted, but alas, it wasn’t something that could go on forever. Rather than having everyone guessing about what is going on, I thought we should explain the situation ourselves.

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Guide
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With all the facets and resources that comprise the Maker community, it can be a bit intimidating to even know where to start. Here is a brief guide to help you find your niche!

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