A few months ago we inquired our audience, family, friends and connected people about their knowledge and interest in relation to 3D printing. The number of participants amounted to 69. We realize that it did not reach many people thus the sample might not be very representative. Yet, it isRead More →

Specifications Minmi opentronix.com  Printing volume 130 × 170 × 110 mm³  Heated bed? Yes  Filament size ∅ 1.75 mm  Open filament? Yes. Layer resolution 400 um up to 15 um Travel speed up to 120 mm/s   Host/Slicer Software: Cura, Slic3r, Pronterface, Matter Control…  OS Linux, Windows, Mac  Firmware MarlinRead More →

Specifications Balaur opentronix.com  Printing volume 170 × 130 × 110 mm³  Heated bed? Yes  Filament size ∅ 1.75 mm  Open filament? Yes. Layer resolution 400 um up to 15 um Travel speed up to 120 mm/s   Host/Slicer Software: Cura, Slic3r, Pronterface, Matter Control…  OS Linux, Windows, Mac  Firmware MarlinRead More →

Introduction Little Home lamps define what a companion light is. It is present, it’s gentle, and it’s in tune with you. Try it! You can take it with you wherever you go. It is pocket-sized and battery powered allowing you to move it with ease from one place to another.Read More →

Featured image: , by Leonardo Casto, icensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic license. Viva, já revi um pouco o texto 🙂 aqui está de novo. Num post anterior fez-se uma pequena introdução ao método Monte Carlo. Aqui a ideia é introduzir os conceitos de importance sampling, detailedRead More →

BOLD signal BOLD fMRI is often used to measure the hemodynamic response resulting from changes in the oxygenation level in the blood vessels. Yet to be explained is the relationship between neuronal activity and the measured fMRI signal. In a seminal paper,  Ogawa et al., (1990) showed that blood-oxygenation-level-dependent (BOLD) constitutesRead More →

[Featured Image credits to  CaitlinJo, CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0), via Wikimedia Commons: ] O método de Monte Carlo (MC), desenvolvido em meados do séc. XX, constitui uma das técnicas de simulação computacional mais utilizadas. Uma simulação por MC visa determinar soluções via análise estocástica recorrendo ao conceito de número aleatório, de modoRead More →