• Pitalk: Modularity and Customization for Your DIY Phone

    Like the ZeroPhone, which has yet to launch its Crowd Supply campaign, the SB Components PiTalk is a fully open source platform compatible with the Raspberry Pi ecosystem. Yet instead of incorporating a Raspberry Pi Zero, the modular, hackable PiTalk...

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  • Arduino Powered PCB UV Exposure “Tool”

    “Plenty of DIY PCB UV exposure tool building posts are available on the internet with total different approaches. I also designed my own, to fulfill my needs: it should be relative small and portable and the hacking/modding...

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  • DIY 6WD All Terrain Robot

    “I decided to build a bigger robot that will easily overcome various obstacles on its way and will be able to move with a load of at least a dozen kilos. I also assumed that the robot...

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  • Inputs/outputs controller working over the Internet through a SitePlayer Web Server

      Using a SitePlayer SP1 module, it is possible to control four optoisolated inputs and four relay outputs through an Internet web page. The usage of this module is recommended for industrial and home automation.   SitePlayer...

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  • OtterBox uniVERSE Connects Your iPhone to a Raspberry Pi

    OtterBox pre-engineered a Raspberry Pi case for those who want to use a Raspberry Pi with an iPhone. The OtterBox uniVERSE case system is available for iPhone 6-8, iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro (9.7”). The uniVERSE...

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  • Your Miniature Electronic Xmas Tree

      No microcontrollers, just traditional and essential electronics for a light decoration you can hang anywhere, for a light effect very similar to the decorative lights on the Christmas tree… We have seen all kinds of Christmas...

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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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  • MNT Reform: DIY a 3D Printed Vintage Laptop

    The MNT Reform is a modular, open source laptop made with 3D printed parts and inspired by classic PCs like the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64. Designed by Lukas F. Hartmann, the fun computer uses a...

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  • Open Source “Game Boy” Runs Linux and Arduino

      Clockwork has surpassed its Kickstarter funding goal for a handheld GameShell device that is billed as “the world’s first modular, portable game console with a GNU/Linux embedded operating system.” The GameShell offers a variety of retro...

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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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  • Come and Visit Maker Faire Rome 2017 on December 1st-3rd

    Maker Faire Rome 2017 is coming, only a few weeks before the start of the 5th Edition of this amazing event. Maker Faire Rome is the fair where you can see with your own eyes the digital...

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  • How To Manipulate Time with This Magic Arduino Led Glove

    Probably time manipulation is an attractive target for everyone. This project certainly makes it appear that way. YouTuber MadGyver’s glove uses a gigantic LED controlled by an Arduino Nano to allow objects such as a fan, water falling from a shower,...

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  • DIY Raspberry Pi or Arduino Tank and Play Laser Tag!

    Inspired by the game War Thunder, this maker programmed much more into the set of rules than a simple “tag, you’re out” match. Each tank has four sensors around the body. These sensors relate to crew members and...

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  • 3D Printed Impressive LED Eyes

    If you’ve ever wanted to add glowing eyes to something, now is your chance. Not only is this perfect for spooky dress-up or cosplay (unfortunately Halloween has just passed), but it could also make cyclists or pedestrians...

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  • Low-Cost Arduino Powered Electric Wheelchair

    While electric wheelchairs are a vital tool for those with restricted mobility, they typically cost around $2,500, an amount that’s not the most affordable. To address this problem, a group of students from Aviv High School in...

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  • PiCorder, the Raspberry Pi CamCorder

    Thanks to the miniature dimensions, you can use the Raspberry Pi Zero to build a tiny camcorder. Devised by Wayne Keenan, the PiCorder uses a Pimoroni HyperPixel screen, Pi Zero camera module, and Zero LiPo plus LiPo...

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  • DIY a Full-Size 3D Printed Humanoid Robot

    John Choi, founder of advanced robotics startup Choitek and Carnegie Mellon University Computer Science and Arts major, recently released a nearly 100-page Instructable on how to build a full-size, 3D printed humanoid robot that he’s dubbed ASPIR, for Autonomous Support and Positive Inspiration...

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