A lecture on 3D and my University

Last Monday, October 24, I had a public lecture at the Auditorium of Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, where I teach IT. Some 30 students showed up at the Auditorium, and because I had requests from our other campuses for recording, I asked the IT Support to do that. This …

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The most cost-effective internationalization method

Let’s have a look at something completely different. By law, Finnish universities have a requirement to offer international experience to students. There are many ways we try to fulfill this requirement: international lecturers, networked courses with collaborating universities across the globe, exchange programs, and many other types of work. But …

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The 8mm film scanner (Telecine) project, part 5 – Programming

Last time, in Part 4, I described how the Arduino is wired with the two servos, two switches, and the hacked Canon camera. Now, it’s time to pass through the code of the Arduino and show you how easy it actually is to get the Arduino to power your projects. This flowchart …

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