• TWIST: Open Source DIY Tweeting Weather Station

    Aptly named TWIST the open source environmental monitoring system is capable of sending tweets and collecting meteorological data thanks to its include gas, rain, light, temperature and humidity sensors. “Meet Tweeting Weather IoT Station aka TWIST –...

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  • Easy Frame 3D Printer Frame Kit Is The Easiest Way to Build Your Printer

    Created by Speeko, the 3D printer frame kit offers an easy way to build an accurate 3D printer and provides everything you need to create a foundation on which you can build a reliable and accurate desktop...

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  • Misty II, Your Next Development Platform

    Ian Bernstein, founder and head of product at Misty Robotics is calling for a departure from thinking of robots as tools and machines to thinking of them more as platforms. Misty is looking to employ the collective...

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  • Lenco-MD is the World’s First 3D Printed Modular Record Player

    The Lenco-MD turntable rethinks the classic concept of the turntable, making quality audio equipment accessible and customizable. Lenco-MD is the result of a partnership between the Swiss hi-fi audio manufacturer Lenco, the Dutch 3D printer manufacturer RepRapUniverse, and...

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  • DIY a 3D Printed Open Source Electric Screwdriver

    Why do you should buy an electric screwdriver when you can build it by yourself? The DIY electric screwdriver is fitted with a 9 g Micro server which has been modified for continuous rotation and connected to...

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  • DIY a Tiny Lego Drone With a 6-Axis Gyro & Auto-Stabilization

    Geeky-gadgets.com these days has a deal on the Force Flyers DIY Building Block Drone, so you can save 14% off the normal price. It could be an opportunity to start “playing” with drones, if you haven’t already. For...

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  • Pipod: Raspberry Pi Zero Portable Music Player

    The PiPod is an open source portable music player based on the $5 Raspberry Pi Zero. It uses this affordable single-board computer to run Linux-based software including VLC (which handles media playback) and a custom user interface...

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  • Ready-to-Solder SAMD HCC Arduino and CircuitPython Compatible Module

    There is a ton of different development boards on the market that will do exactly what you want for any particular project, and come loaded with all of the components necessary to get them up and running....

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  • Microsoft Open Sources Azure IoT Edge

    At Build 2017, Microsoft introduced Azure IoT Edge, which lets edge devices run AI, Azure services, and custom logic to not just generate insights, but act on them both locally and autonomously. Microsoft has since deployed various...

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  • 3Dsimo Kit: the first ever assembly kit of a multi-material 3D pen

    3Dsimo after the first product 3Dsimo Mini pen – a “palm-sized workshop” which allows you to 3D draw, burn, cut foam and solder – has recently launched the new 3Dsimo kit, the first ever assembly kit of a...

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  • Tennibot: the Robotic Tennis Ball Collector

    Tennibot, is a Roomba-inspired robot that scours the court targeting balls for autonomous pickup. Tennibot has some pretty hefty route planning and perception capabilities. The team first built their robot using Arduino and then Raspberry Pi boards,...

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  • Microsoft Research unveiled SurfaceConstellations, the open source system for cross-device workspaces

    Working in partnership with University College London, Microsoft Research has released a new modular system for creating tailored workspaces using multiple touchscreen devices: it’s called SurfaceConstellations and it is open source. The key to the system is...

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  • OctoRemote: the Hackable Keyboard Designed for 3D Printing Control

    OctoRemote is an Arduino compatible keyboard to control OctoPrint enabled 3D printers or to be used as customizable input device. OctoRemote, which is currently in the crowdfunding stage on Kickstarter, is a configurable 19-key remote. It uses...

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  • Kite: the Open Hardware Android Smartphone Hits Kickstarter

    Kite breaks up the smartphone into pieces, creating a set of building blocks that you can use to create any device that needs the features of a smartphone: high performance in a battery powered mobile form factor,...

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  • RadioPlane Seeker Drone – The Drone That Finds What You Seek

    Radioplane, a new player in the drone sphere is introducing a next generation, highly adaptable, modular drone for serious work and adventure. The state of the art Seeker drone is designed to carry many different types of equipment for a...

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  • Mugsy, Hackable and Customizable Robotic Coffee Maker

    Matthew Oswald has created Mugsy, an open source Raspberry Pi coffee robot which he unveiled at last years Maker Faire in New York and recently launched via Kickstarter. The robotic coffee machine allows you to control every aspect of...

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  • Fully Customizable Plywood Laptop

    Plytop Shell is a project started in 2016 with the aim of creating a Raspberry pi powered laptop. Originally Rory Johnson was working on a 3D printed design, but he encountered many issues on printing the laptop...

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  • NSynth Super Plays a Completely Different Music

    The NSynth Super is an open-source, experimental project which comes from Google’s research project, Magenta. Using NSynth, a neural network that generates sounds, the synthesizer can actually generate the sounds that come from an instrument. The algorithm uses the...

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