• The ‘Sup: Low Cost and Open Source Mouse for Quadriplegics

    At the core of any assistive technology is finding a way to do something with whatever abilities the user has available. This can be especially difficult in the case of quadriplegia sufferers, the loss of control of...

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  • DIY an Arduino-Powered Phonograph MP3 Player

    “The problem with high tech music players is they don’t have any flash! They non conspicuously just produce music from a drab dull lifeless box. In the times of early music the mechanisms to reproduce sound were fantastic....

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  • 3D4040: printing big!

      It is no longer a problem, nor it is expensive, to print big size items and terrain models: we showed you that by means of our new creation, the FDM 3D printer that our well-equipped readers...

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  • Bose Unveiled a 3d Printed Prototype of Augmented Reality Sunglasses

    High-end audio equipment company Bose is developing augmented reality (AR) sunglasses. The company has demonstrated a 3D printed prototype that can provide audio information about local points of interest, and expects to launch the Bose AR product...

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  • DIY a 3D Printed Prosthetic Nerf Gun

    How can you participate in a Nerf gun fight if you’re missing a hand? The ingenious Hackerloop collective of tinkerers solved that problem by putting together a prosthetic Nerf gun that you can control with your arm muscles. The...

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  • 3D4040: The big 3D printer with a small price

        This printer has a building volume of 400 x 400 x 400 mm; it integrates all the functions...

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  • 3D Printed Microfluidic Kit for Low-Cost Cell Analysis

    Researchers from New York Genome Center and New York University have recently developed an open source 3d Printed microfluidic controller. The device fits on a bedside and can be obtained and assembled for around $600, so it’s really cheaper than...

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  • Opencat: the Cute Little Programmable Cat

    OpenCat is a project to build a robot cat and is an interesting project that demonstrates how much you can do with not a great deal. This project has been created to provide a robot suitable for...

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  • Hundreds of 3D Printers in One Room: It’s the New Prusa Printing Farm

    In the summer of 2017 Prusa moved to a new building searching for more room. In this new place they finally have enough space for a proper 3D Print Farm: they have a total of 300 3D printers at the...

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  • DIY Arduino-Powered Optimus Prime’s Blaster

    Youtuber Bob Clagett  is a huge fan of 80’s toys and movies. Inspired by Transformers he decided to realize his dream: build his own life-sized Optimus Prime ion blaster. Now, after hours of 3D printing and finishing,...

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  • How many 3D printers could a 3D printer 3D print?

    Taken from the original post on 3DPrint.com. “How many 3D printers could a 3D printer 3D print if a 3D printer could 3D print 3D printers?” Colorado-based Aleph Objects brought nine LulzBot 3D printers and four techs...

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  • DIY Your Antenna Rotator/Satellite Tracking Device

    After finding that purchasing a tracking device for his satellite dish would be quite expensive, YouTuber “Tysonpower” decided to simply build one himself. He made it with 3D-printed parts and extruded aluminum that uses a pair of...

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  • You don’t need a cold cellar in your house…If you have a Raspberry Pi!

    The maker Danzetto to cure his meats decided to build himself a fully automatic meat curing chamber, called the curebOS, with the aid of a raspberry pi. This mini fridge has everything. Sitting on top is a...

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  • How to Become an Augmented Human

    If you’ve ever dreamed of becoming a multi armed cyborg, then a new firm could have the perfect product for you. Youbionic claims the bizarre contraption can give you ‘extraordinary abilities.’ Controlled by moving your fingers, it...

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  • FruitNanny Watchs Over Your Baby

    While parents of 30 years ago had to settle for audio-only baby monitors, if you take a trip down the baby aisle at your favorite big-box store today, you’ll find that the technology has advanced significantly. Not...

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  • Open Source Underwater Glider Drone

    This Open Source Underwater Glider has just been named the Grand Prize winner of the 2017 Hackaday Prize. As the top winner of the Hackaday Prize, the Open Source Underwater Glider will receive $50,000 USD completes the awarding...

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  • DIY Air Data Computer Asgard

    The air data computer Asgard is out. It is a unit designed for DIYers, size and weight are compatible (fixation tabs have the same dimensions of standards servo tabs) with low-cost RC applications.  Some aspects will be changed...

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  • Are You in Trouble with Rubik’s Cube? This Robot is the Solution!

    If you have a Rubik’s Cube but you never could solve it, with this nice 3d printed robot now you have the chance to do it! This 3D-printed Raspberry Pi-powered Rubik’s Cube solving robot has everything any...

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