hardware

Changing the Way We Live, Work and Play With Microcontrollers

Changing the Way We Live, Work and Play With Microcontrollers

C4DI member Hayden Barton has hit the papers this week after his success building the world's smallest Arduino - a piece of hardware that has the ability to interact and control all sorts of everyday electronic objects.

We spoke with the inspiring and gifted 22-year-old to find out more about his work and how these tiny microcontrollers are changing the way we live, work and play.

C4DI Startup Moodbeam Wins Best Emerging Technology at Hull Digital Awards

C4DI Startup Moodbeam Wins Best Emerging Technology at Hull Digital Awards

This year’s Hull Digital Awards took place on Thursday 7 September and we’re proud to say that many of our members were recognised for their hard work and innovation within the thriving tech industry. 

Moodbeam, a brand new product that allows us to track our moods at the touch of a button, won the award for Best Emerging Technology. We caught up with Co-Founder and Director, Christina Colmer McHugh, to find out more about this exciting device...