• The Perfect Gift for Next Valentines Day

    Daren Schwenke’s 3D printed blooming rose embeds a capacitive touch sensor in one of the leaves, which trips an Arduino-controlled actuator that changes the rose’s lighting and causes the petals to splay open or fold closed. These...

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  • Spellbook: Raspberry Pi Powered Mini Laptop

    Designed to resemble a spell book the mini laptop built by Hackaday member Calvin Nemo was created using TinkerCAD 3D printed outer shell which houses the Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC and other components. The general idea...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • OTTO, the Open Source Music Production Box

    The portable synthesiser workstation created by Topisani started as a clone of the well-known Teenage Engineering OP-1. However over time Topisani has pushed the music box in a new direction and is currently designing a new user...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • WarPI: Raspberry Pi Zero Powered Scientific Calculator

    Do I build it, or do I buy it? Starting from this paralyzing doubt, the maker Andrea Cavalli had no choice but to build it, of course! Thanks to a Raspberry Pi Zero, a 3d Printed case and...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • Developing a Robot: ROS Makes It Easier!

    Developing a robot with a computer brain requires a bunch of software tools on the computer side—like software drivers, third party tools for computer vision and simulation tools. ROS framework, , the Robot Operating System, gathers all...

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  • Tantillus R: the Reborn of a tiny, highly portable and precise 3D printer

    In 2012 the Tantillus was a small printer, with the entire frame fitting in a 250mm square, but still able to print a 100mm cube. You could print the entire printer, and it was adorable. In the past...

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  • Modular Robotics: When You Want More Robots in Your Robot

    While robots have been making our lives easier and our assembly lines more efficient for over half a century now, we haven’t quite cracked a Jetsons-like general purpose robot yet. Sure, Boston Dynamics and MIT have some...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • HACKADAYPRIZE: Vote for our Open Source Projects

    Our Big Fan and collaborator Vittorio Loschiavo has recently presented four Open Source project (Snow Plow Robot, Lawnmower Robot, Mini Vertical Wind generator 3D printed and Cabinet for Arcade games) to “HACKADAYPRIZE 2018“. You can help him...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • 2018 Hackaday Prize Invites Community of Designers, Engineers and Makers to Build Hope Through Open Hardware Projects

      The fifth annual Hackaday Prize, a global competition that challenges makers, engineers and designers of all backgrounds to “Build Hope” through open source hardware projects launches today. The 2018 Hackaday Prize follows suit from last year’s...

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  • OctoPrint and a Pi ZeroW is all You Need to Upgrade your 3D Printer!

    OctoPrint is an open source software created and maintained by Gina Häußge. It offers a web interface so users can control and monitor their 3D printers from anywhere, any time, from within their browser. It basically turns...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • LTE NB-IoT Open-Source Arduino Shield with CAT-M & GNSS

    An open-source LTE shield equipped with SIMCOM’s SIM7000-series modules combined with the latest LTE CAT-M technology has been created by Hackaday member Timothy Woo to enable Arduino users to easily connect low-power Internet of Things devices to next-generation cellular technology. “With the emergence...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Remote Patient Monitoring? Now It’s Possible!

    The Connected Health project aims to bring vital sign monitoring to the masses with a simple, inexpensive unit built around commodity hardware. This monitoring system is connected to the Internet, which enables remote patient monitoring. They developed...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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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...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Pedro Petit Robot: 3D Printed Robotic Arm Fun and Safe to Learn

    If you are looking to learn more about robotics you may be interested in a new project which is being posted to the Hackaday website, detailing how to build a 3D printed open source robotic arm complete...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • This Open Source Garbage Collector Has a…Mission

    Plastic trash is a well-known problem, but the large, unsightly pieces of garbage aren’t the biggest problem. The smaller, broken-down bits of plastic are much more insidious, because they’re easily ingested by wildlife and not so easily...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • DIY a Zero-powered smartphone

    One of the first applications of the original Raspberry Pi was building a homebrew smartphone, but the launch of the smaller Raspberry Pi Zero, followed by the Raspberry Pi Zero W, has allowed makers to build even...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Home-made 3D Printed Arcade Gaming System

    Christopher Tan, a video game fan based in Malaysia, used his 3d Printer to make a desktop arcade machine. “I grew up in the 80s, probably the glory days of arcade gaming, so I always wished I had...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • 2017 Hackaday Prize: Build Something That Matters And Win $250,000 cash prizes!

    The fourth annual Hackaday Prize aims to expand the frontiers of knowledge and engineering while innovating to make an extraordinary impact on peoples’ lives. Sponsored by Digi-Key (the exclusive electronic components distributor sponsor of the Hackaday Prize) and Microchip, this year...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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