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EyeWire

EyeWire is a game to map the brain from Seung Lab at MIT. Anyone can play and you need no scientific background. Over 80,000 people from 130 countries already do. Together we are mapping the 3D structure of neurons; advancing our quest to understand ourselves.

Archive.org

Archive.org is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public.

Netduino

Netduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on the .NET Micro Framework. It uses a 32-bit ARM-microcontroller. The Netduino boards (except the Mini and Go) are designed to be pin-compatible with most Arduino shields.[1]

Moon mapers

The goal of Moon Mappers is to find the most effective and accurate way to map the Moo "We’re looking at how we can most effectively map the Moon as quickly as possible through a combination of humans and computers using NASA imagery from LRO."

NetFPGA

The NetFPGA is an open source hardware and software platform designed for research and teaching. Currently there are two platforms: NetFPGA-1G (1G) and the NetFPGA-10G (10G). These platforms allow researchers, and students to build prototypes of high-speed, hardware-accelerated networking systems. As of 2011 the NetFPGA platforms have been used in over 66 academic papers.

Meipi

A meipi is a collaborative space where users can upload information and content around a map. Each meipi has a particular context, which can be local (when the entries are related to a specific area), or thematic (when the content is associated with a particular idea).

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