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Two Hundred Creators and Counting

Posted by Ned Gulley,

About six weeks ago John Kelly wrote a post about some remarkable achievements in Cody. In that post he offered a prize to whomever would win the 200th creator badge. I am happy to report that the prize has been claimed by Kevin Hellemans. You may remember that last Friday was... read more >>

Formula Student Germany – A Design Competition

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This week we bring back guest blogger Joachim Schlosser, who leads a team of Education Technical Specialists from his office in Germany. That gave him a special vantage point for a thrilling student competition. Formula Student Germany by Joachim Schlosser The air is shimmering at 37°C. From a cloudless sky, the sun beats... read more >>

Cody Recognition

Posted by John Kelly,

Cody has recently reached several significant milestones. I’d like to take a moment to recognize these milestones and also offer a challenge. First let’s acknowledge two people: the winner of the 5,000th Solver badge, and the author of 1,000th problem. Badges in Cody are the Olympic medals of MATLAB achievement. Well, maybe... read more >>

Anamorphic 3D Printing 3

Posted by Ned Gulley,

You’ve seen funny mirrors at carnivals, the curvy ones that make your head look tiny and your legs impossibly long. Now imagine a person who looks strange in real life, say with a giant head and extremely short legs. Put this unusual character in front of the same curvy mirror... read more >>

Paul Prints the L-Shaped Membrane 11

Posted by Ned Gulley,

As promised, Paul Kassebaum is back this week with an in-depth discussion of how to get from a mathematical object in MATLAB to a solid object you can hold in your hand. Paul is a maker in the truest sense of the word. If there are a hundred weird and... read more >>

Printing Math

Posted by Ned Gulley,

What is this shape? Can you guess? It may look like a dirty sock, but I promise that it’s not. Paul Kassebaum, who recently told us about the Battlebots competition, made this with a 3D printer. One of the cool things about 3D printing is that you can start with a shape... read more >>

Recap of the UK Student Robot Challenge

Posted by Ned Gulley,

Robot competitions are in the air these days, what with the recent Battlebots competition in Massachusetts and the earlier Student Robot Challenge in the UK. Here’s an update from Tanya Morton, who ran the event in England. A few weeks ago, MathWorks hosted a Student Robot Challenge at our new office... read more >>

Data Tips on MATLAB Mobile 3

Posted by Pradeep Ramamoorthy,

It has been a while since we last talked about displaying data tips on MATLAB Mobile. The data cursor feature has since then evolved from tap-and-hold invocation to a more prominent ‘Show Data Cursor’ button. Tapping on this button brings up the crosshair. Move the crosshair to any location on the... read more >>

Design Challenge: Autonomous Battlebots with Simulink 1

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This week I welcome Dr. Paul Kassebaum to the blog. Paul is a physicist at MathWorks working to engage the public with engineering and science. He fell in love with engineering at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, and then became obsessed with physics at the... read more >>

Fun, learning, and drama at the MathWorks Student Robot Challenge

Posted by Ned Gulley,

This week I’d like to introduce guest blogger Dr Tanya Morton. Tanya leads the Application Engineering team in the UK, helping customers in industry and academia to apply MATLAB & Simulink to their technical, business and educational challenges. She is keen to encourage more people to enjoy lifelong careers in... read more >>

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