• PiChuck: Wii Nunchuk Built-in Raspberry Pi Joystick Controller

    The Wii Nunchuk controller is the notorious official Nintendo Wii controller with two buttons, a joystick, and an accelerometer, which makes it pretty versatile. Thingiverse Keycaps wanted to take advantage of the Joystick’s motion capabilities for a...

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  • Learning Electronics with Tech DIY Custom Kits

    A new book and project box created by Tech DIY is now available to back via Kickstarter with earlybird pledges available from $39 or roughly £30 for the Joy Kit box of electronic components without the book....

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  • DIY Arduino-Controlled Digital Multi Measuring Tool

    This Arduino controlled digital multi-measuring gadget employs an MPU-6050 accelerometer and gyroscope that lets it act as a 2D level, as well as a digital protractor after zeroing it at a starting point. The unit also features...

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  • DIY a Raspberry Pi E Ink Magic Mirror

    Ben Roe has just revealed the instructions to create a DIY E Ink Magic Mirror. He developed a node.js script to run a local Magic Mirror site, then takes a screenshot of it to push to a...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • DIY Open Source “Smarch Watch”

    Samson March, an inquisitive Redditor, recently revealed that he built an entire smartwatch from scratch and he shared details of the process down to the smallest minutiae: his creation is named Smarch Watch. I decided sometime last...

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  • Arduino-Based Retro Handheld Console

    TeleBall is a DIY Arduino based retro handheld game console that lets you play BreakOut in single-player mode using one device and Tennis for Two in multi-player mode using two devices communicating via radio. TeleBall is pretty...

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  • DIY a Snips Based Infrared Voice Controller

    If you’ve ever wanted to build your very own personal assistant voice control rather than use one of the off-the-shelf devices from Amazon, Google, Apple and others…You may be interested in a new DIY infrared voice controller...

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  • EZBlock Pi is an Easy to Use Raspberry Pi Programming Interface

    A brand new Raspberry Pi HAT is these days beneath building designed to offer customers with a very simple to make use of Raspberry Pi programming interface within the type of the aptly named EzBlock Pi. Enabling...

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  • Aweigh: the Open-Source Alternative to GPS

    A team of student designers and engineers from the RCA and Imperial College have designed an open-source alternative to GPS, called Aweigh, that does not rely on satellites. It is a system that makes use of the space between...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • DIY a Raspberry Pi Based Plant Observation System

    Hackster.io members Damir Mukametkarim and Artem Savchuk have created a great tutorial on building a Raspberry Pi plant monitoring system, harnessing the features of Azure IoT and Node.js. As you can see from the image above, the...

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  • DIY MIDI Controlled Henry Hoover Pipe Organ

    James Bruton built a pipe organ using a Henry vacuum cleaner, a canister vacuum with a silk screened face. He adapted cheap children’s plastic recorders to a Henry vacuum cleaner with a few 3D printed parts, some...

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  • Etch-A-Snap: The Raspberry Pi Powered Etch-A-Sketch Camera

    Etch-A-Snap is the result of mashing together a Pocket Etch-A-Sketch, a Raspberry Pi Zero, and onboard camera module, a couple servo motors and a number of other goodies to create what is ‘probably’ the world’s first Etch...

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  • DIY Laser-Spiked Jacket, Ready to Dance!

    Inspired by Yoshii Kazuya’s laser-spiked outfit, github user abetusk decided to create an excellent version of the getup by embedding 128 laser diodes in his own jacket. These lasers are powered by an Arduino Nano, along with...

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  • Harry Potter-Approved Smart Home Assistant

    Adam Thole has made the most magical smart home upgrade you’ve ever seen, and one that’s not terribly difficult to build. Thole’s solution is the cheapest way to create something magic. His wands can be cheaply 3D-printed...

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  • MPA Platform Creates Scalable and Hackable Pro Audio Gears

    The MPA Platform from MakeProAudio offers a massive modular experience for folks wanting to build custom audio gear – with nothing more than a screwdriver. The Linux-driven MPA Platform is designed for tinkerers, inventors, DIYers, hobbyists, hackers,...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • DIY an Amazing Nixie Clock With Three Types of Tubes

    “The clock actually consists of two clocks, the first being a 6 x IN-18 tube clock which is mounted on the clock’s top and displays both time and date. The second clock, this time based on 6...

    • Posted 10 months ago
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  • Putting a Raspberry Pi Into the Official Pi Keyboard

    The Raspberry Pi Foundation has recently made available an official Raspberry Pi keyboard priced at just £15 and equipped with a 3x USB 2.0 type-A ports for connecting other peripherals and provides compatibility with all Raspberry Pi...

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  • Q-Bot: Arduino-Powered Rubik’s Cube Solver

    If you have a Rubik’s Cube lying around your house unsolved, maybe this open source machine might be just the thing. The Q-Bot features six NEMA 17 stepper motors, four of which turn one face at a...

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