• Audiokit Synth One is the world’s first completely open-source iOS Synth

    The AudioKit Synth One is a special mobile app that takes a synth in your pocket to whole new realms. The instrument has been created by volunteers and is completely open source so you can rewrite it...

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  • Pi-Pocket: the Raspberry Gameboy Pocket

    Retro games are big business right now, and with the help of a Raspberry Pi module you can make your own Game Boy-style device, capable of running titles from the Game Boy, NES, Sega Master System, and...

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  • Arduino Range Measurer and Digital Spirit Level

    “The device features an ultrasonic sensor for measuring the distance to the nearest object, an accelerometer for measuring the angle with respect to the ground, an LCD display for showing the results and a custom designed PCB...

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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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  • Mozilla’s Thing Gateway, the Secure Connection Between You and Your Smart Home Devices

    Few day ago, Mozilla announced the release of one of the first Project Things effort: an internet of things (IoT) hub called Things Gateway. Using a Raspberry Pi and Mozilla’s newly-released software, users can control their smart home devices...

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  • DIY a Cool 3D Printed Weather/Matrix Lamp

    If you are searching for an accurate and cool weather station, I have what you need! The lamp, which integrates an LED matrix controlled by a Raspberry Pi, is programmed to show the temperature through a vertical...

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  • DIY Your VR Headset

    “I started programming when I was 13, thanks to Sensei when he created a robotics club. On the first day we were 12 students, the next week we were 3 – yep, you guessed it, the other...

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  • DIY a Raspberry Pi Clock and Temperature Monitor

    Raspberry Pi enthusiasts searching for a quick project to keep them busy this weekend may be interested in the new Raspberry Pi Zero clock and temperature gauge which has been created by Hackster.io member Jeremiah Mattison. He has Kindly...

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  • The Computer History Museum will open source Apple’s Lisa OS

    Before the first Macintosh and the first Windows PC, Apple released a desktop computer known as the Lisa which ran its own specialized operating system. Soon, enthusiasts will be able to pick apart its source code to...

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  • Arduino-Powered Water Pollution Monitoring System

    Water is essential to life on earth, and making sure our rivers and lakes are free from pollution is therefore quite important. For environmental monitoring, students from Bergen County Academics Magnet High School have come up with the Intelli-Buoy...

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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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  • Digital Air Pressure Regulator

    After many hours studying Arduino programming and thanks to the support of the Arduino Forum.cc community, the maker MBcreates was able to build his first Arduino project: a digital air pressure regulator. “Simple is often better. So...

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  • OpenSolo Initiative: 3DR Open Sourced its SoloLink codebase to the World

    We spoke about the integration of 3DR’s Site Scan software platform with DJI drones just a week ago. Now it’s time to introduce you the new Opensolo Initiative: essentially, 3DR has released its SoloLink codebase to the world, for...

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  • DIY Arduino Self-Balancing Robot

    The robot, which will cost about $80 in parts, uses two stepper motors for greater movement precision than could be had with normal DC models. Regular DC motors can have mechanical friction and electric resistance differences. This...

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  • DIY a Raspberry Pi Vintage Spotify Radio

    Inpired by the ​1938 Emerson AX212 radio, the maker Tinkernut decided to make a Spotify streaming radio, but with a bit of flare. It looks like a retro radio with working knobs that displays the album art of the song...

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  • How to Control GPIO pins with your Raspberry Pi 

    Thanks to PHP and a temperature sensor, we’ll see how to operate relays and control GPIO pins with a Raspberry Pi. Using AJAX and installing Apache web server on the Pi, this maker is able to control...

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  • DIY Arduino powered Flash Trigger

    If you need to trigger a flash but you don’t find the satisfying app for your scope, you could do what  Josh Beckwith did, making it from yourself. It’s a simple project, but it could be helpful...

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  • CHAP: Low-Cost Tele-Operated Mobile Manipulator

    The Cheap Arm Project (CHAP) began as an MSc project aimed at developing an affordable mobile robot arm system that could be used by wheelchair users to access daily objects at inaccessible heights or weights (the extreme case...

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