On the podcast this week I've been talking to a selection of very creative people who are making things that we can all hopefully try. We're also revisiting with a guest I chatted with last year to check in and see how his project has grown.
There are projects that make inanimate objects communicate their whereabouts or their status, but to a majority of people, the method of setting this up can be complicated. Don't give up though, I had a chat with David and John of Supermechanical who are hoping to fix that and make it easier for people to know more about their environment via a smart system of messaging.
Rich Olson came to my attention with his app to help people who are colour-blind. A closer look into his website, Nothinglabs, showed me a world of creation that is too interesting not to share. He told me more about his work and we talked about whether a hobbyist is also an inventor.
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It's always nice to catch up with past Outriders and new ones. So, if you are working on something creative or electronic, then you should definitely be getting in touch.