Posts Tagged ‘iPad’

Octopart Ipad app

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

Greg Shikhman writes informing us that Octopart has a new Ipad app for we have a new iPad Octopart app for finding and organizing part datasheets. This app is free and available from the Apple app store. No Ipod Touch, Iphone or Andoid versions are presently available. Via the contact...

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CircuitLab on iPad

Monday, June 25th, 2012

We previously covered the CircuitLab circuit simulation software for the PC. The above video from Nerdkits demonstrates that the same browser-based CircuitLab schematic capture and circuit simulation tool now works on the iPad! UPDATE: As aptly noted in the comment, CircuitLab is a Javascript-based app and is available free for...

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Apple fails to ban Samsung Galaxy Tabs in the Netherlands, again

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

Last year Apple successfully sued to stop the sale of the Samsung Galaxy Tab in Australia and most of Europe over copyright and patent disputes. In Australia the injunction was based on the "pinching" input jesture, which Apple "owns". Over the past six months the vast majority of the cases...

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SPICY Schematics: A schematic editor and SPICE simulator for iPad

Friday, January 20th, 2012

SPICY is an electronics schematic editor and SPICE simulator for the iPad. A free version is available at iTunes. SPICY is fast, intuitive, and allows you to literally draw circuits with your fingers. Create, save, edit, share, simulate, export and send screenshots to email, SPICY is a must have for...

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iPad/Kinect/HTML5 controlled toy car

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

Gaurav Manek likes to work with Arduino and experiment with different means of remote control. His latest project involves several new technologies relating to gesture- and web-based control. He writes: This project extends a simple remote-controlled car, allowing it to be controlled by an iPad or by hand gestures. This...

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