• Traktorino: the Open Source DIY Dj Midi Controller

    Traktorino is a fully open source DIY MIDI controller based on the Arduino platform. Created by Músico Nerd, the DIY MIDI controller is equipped with a wide variety of different sliders and knobs as well as LEDs...

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  • Have You Ever Seen a Fish-Driver?

    Yes, I know what you’re thinking about me: “ok, he completely went nuts!”. And this is exactly what I have thought about Alex Kent, the project’s maker, at first. Alex Kent and friends have widened the goldfish’s...

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  • BitBarista, the Autonomous Pi-Powered Bitcoin Barista

    BitBarista is an autonomous coffee machine, designed to function with the minimum of human supervision. Physically, it is a Delonghi home coffee machine under the control of a Raspberry Pi. Built by a team at the University...

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  • 6 Axis Open Source Robot: AR2 Hits Kickstarter

    The AR2 6-axis robot is an open source robot platform powered by an Arduino microcontroller. It can currently be 3D printed and build from low cost off the shelf components from online stores such as Amazon, McMaster...

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  • LG webOS Open Source Edition is now available for your Raspberry Pi

    The Linux-based operating system, that you can find in every LG smart TVs, was originally developed by Palm. Later, the company was acquired by HP and it released webOS on their TouchPad tablets. webOS later landed in...

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  • PartitionsDuino: the Arduino-Powered Musician’s Assistant

    If you are a musician and if you lose your concentration when you have to flip through sheet music while playing, PartitionsDuino might be just the thing for you. The maker Maxime Boudreau has created a 3D-printed...

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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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  • Felfil Evo: the open source filament extruder for your 3D printer

    After a successfully launched  Kickstarter campaign in 2015, the italian startup Collettivo Cocomeri, also known as Felfil srl, now offers  for sale the Felfil Evo to reduce 3d printing waste and create custom recycled filament. “Plastic waste...

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  • Open Bionics: Creating Prosthetics Inspired by Superheroes

    Open Bionics is a UK-based start-up tech company. Its mission is to create affordable 3D printed prostheses. They are about 30 times cheaper than other prostheses on the market. They operate using sensors attached to the skin...

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  • OpenAuto, the Open Source In-Car Entertainment System

    Android Auto adds an untold level of convenience to your driving experience. Designed to emulate an AndroidAuto head unit, OpenAuto runs on Raspbian Stretch and is based on the aasdk and Qt libraries, with the aim of...

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  • Plastic Player2: the Open Source Music Controller

    Plastic Player 2 is an open-source analog interface for digital music. It merges the benefits of digital music streaming with the tactile appeal of physical media. The heart of Plastic Player 2 is a Raspberry Pi running...

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  • Open-Source CAT-M1/NB-IoT Shield for Arduino on Indiegogo

    This is the first open-source cellular Arduino shield of its kind using SIMCom’s latest SIM7000-series modules with LTE CAT-M and NB-IoT support, optimized for low-power IoT devices. The shield also integrates incredibly fast GNSS, and a high-accuracy...

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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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  • Broadcom SDKLT: a Step Forward Towards an Open Networking Ecosystem!

    “We are delighted to announce another industry first with our fully open source SDKLT to accelerate the development and deployment of Broadcom’s switch silicon,” said Ram Velaga, senior vice president and general manager of switching products. “SDKLT...

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  • Mycroft Mark II: The Open Source Voice Assistant

    Voice assistants are everywhere these days, with each company working to get its virtual assistant software running on as many speakers, phones, PCs, and other gadgets as possible. Mycroft Mark II is actually the second speaker from...

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  • 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 Santa Trivia Game

    “To open the box, my giftee must complete the trivia game, there are 25 questions all based around my giftee’s interests, posts and hobbies. Once complete they will be rewarded with the gifts inside. I also included a...

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