2017-11-11 (Sa) HackadaySummary

I've compiled a few sentences about each Hackaday article I've written this week. Rather than dedicate a whole day to talking about how I selected and wrote about it, I will just write once a week and link to the articles I found interesting enough to write about.

Collete Biometric Security Purse Screams When Stolen
I got to meet four of the student hackers from this team at the IoT Hack Day in St. Paul. Their security purse was something I wouldn't shop for myself but the security built into their purse was a respectable feat.

Robotic Arm Rivals Industrial Counterparts
When I read the tip for this project I thought it would be cool but when I saw the actual build I was disappointed because it seemed like some guy just programmed an industrial robotic arm to perform some tasks. When I learned a bit more, it turned out that the programmer also built the arm at home. Needless to say, I was impressed.

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