• Programmable Pi Arms for our kids on Kickstarter

    Mime Industries is running a crowdfunding campaign for MeArm Pi, a robotic arm powered by Raspberry Pi. The kit includes a Pi HAT that holds the joysticks for controlling the arm, and can also be controlled using...

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  • Arduino Lie detector : your partner is in trouble!

    Are you sure? Are you telling me the truth? How many times have you heard these words from you partner? With Dante Roumega’s lie detector it’s time to move on. This system works by measuring an individual’s galvanic skin response, which...

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  • Fishino now on TME shop

    The Fishino project is constantly evolving to provide always the best IoT development boards you may need. We are doing our best to upgrade our products and to make them easier to buy: from that purpose the...

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  • DIY Zen Garden Table

    “I wanted the end product to represent peacefulness, I wanted to bring some zen to my living-room. I think that I did.” This is what instructables user MakrToolbox said to explain his project purpose. The table consists...

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  • How to Save and Make money with a 3d Printer

    The Michigan Tech associate professor Joshua Pearce, According to a study at Michigan Technological University, says that the average consumer can also make up to 1000% return of investment with a 3D printer by using it to...

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  • Revolutionary 3d Printing Coffee Maker, sugar free!

    Have you ever thought to improve your coffee machine features?  Tropical Labs not only thought about it, but they also made it real by creating something different, maybe better: a delta-style 3d printing out of a coffee...

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  • Arduino Laser Scanning Microscope

    With a DVD laser pick-up, an Arduino Uno, a laser, and an LDR, Instructables user “Venkes” has managed to create a DIY Laser Scanning Microscope (LSM). It’s capable of 1300x magnification and attaining a resolution of 65,536 pixels (256 x 256)...

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  • OpenScope, the Multi-function Programmable Hardware on Kickstarter

    Digilent made a Kickstarter campaign to introduce their  new open source multifunctional piece of programmable hardware which can be used to perform a number of different functions such as an Oscilloscope, a Function Generator, a Logic Analyser,...

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  • Build Your Own SLA/DLP 3D Printer with 3D Printed Parts

    A maker named Aldric Négrier has designed and built several 3D printers, many of which he has shared on Instructables.  Their latest is the RooBee One, an aluminum-frame SLA-DLP printer named for its bright red color. The design...

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  • Arduino Hot Wheels drag strip: the challenge is on!

    If you want to eliminate arguments about which Hot Wheels toy car is fastest, we’ve got just the project for you! Phil Tucker instead decided to build something unique for his two-year-old, an automated Hot Wheels drag...

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  • Idiotware Shield: IoT for Arduino, Simplified on Crowd Supply

    Interesting project from Mumbai on Crowdsupply these days, they are slowly starting to collect money but the board is definitely worthy, starting at $25! The Idiotware Shield is a learning platform for quickly bringing to life hundreds...

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  • 7 of Google’s coolest open source projects released in 2016

    2016 has been a great year for Open Source, especially for Google that released lots of interesting things! Looking back at the projects we’ve open sourced in 2016, there’s a lot to be excited about. We have...

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  • Arduino round Word clock

    Interesting project to take inspiration by, a word clock featuring Arduino to control the “minute words”! As I was making a word clock, based on another instructable ( http://www.instructables.com/id/My-Arduino-WordClock/ ), me and my sister were wondering whether...

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  • OSHWA: Open-source hardware makers unite to start certifying products

    In recent weeks, OSHWA met one of its initial goals: to start certifying open-source hardware. The goal of certification is to clearly identify open-source hardware separate from the mish-mash of other hardware products. The certification allows hardware...

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  • Badgerboard: open-source hardware LoRa® development board on Kickstarter

    Nordic Automation Systems released Badgerboard, an Arduino compatible LoRaWAN™ development kit, that can be easily extended to a prototype or even a small batch product. With a battery charger and an antenna connector on board. Building prototypes...

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  • Life-changing ear prosthetics are being created with 3D technology

    We are very happy to share projects like this, when the maker’s world meets the will to cure people, doing it low cost and open source as well. Low-cost prosthetics for children who were born with deformed...

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  • A smaller version of Raspberry Pi 3 is coming

    A smaller version of the popular Raspberry Pi 3 will go on sale in a few months. Raspberry Pi is developing a new version of its Compute Module, a single-board computer that plugs into specific on-board memory slots....

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  • An open source PC that can be a laptop, desktop or even tablet

    Would-be backers of the open-source, modular EOMA68 PC card can now support the crowdfunding campaign by purchasing several new gadgets that work with the system.  The concept, from UK firm Rhombus Tech, is designed to demonstrate that...

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