• RASPBERRY PI turns into a tablet

      Let’s create a portable touchscreen all-in-one PC, to be used both as a portable computer and as a platform for the field development of applications, thanks to the integration of peripherals and to the access –...

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  • Open-electronics is ready to listen you!

    Open-electronics.org gives visibility to your ideas, your projects, and your recommendations. You can submit both news and structured open projects in a very simple and straightforward way. The world of electronics is always evolving. Every day, new components,...

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  • Time of Flight technology: a Proximity laser sensor

      Based on Time of Flight technology, the module provides information to a microcontroller regarding distance detected in front of its optical sensor based on time-of-flight of a light impulse.   Contactless distance measurement, therefore employing electronics...

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  • Open-Electronics Channel on Telegram

        After adding LinkedIn to our social list, we now present our Telegram channel. When we publish a new project or news on the Open Source world you will receive a notification on the Telegram platform....

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  • Open-Electronics.org is now on Linkedin

        Open-Electronics.org always wants to be in contact with its users. After the launch of our Bot on Facebook page, we announce today the opening of our Linkedin page. LinkedIn is a business- and employment- oriented...

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  • Amazing interview with Naomi ‘SexyCyborg’ Wu

      Among the most famous and influential women in the world of Makers, there is certainly Naomi Wu. Many of you know her with the nickname “SexyCyborg“. We wanted to interview her to understand how she has...

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  • An electronic business card on a board

            How to make an electronic business card that says something about you. For people working in the electronics business, especially for manufacturing companies of printed circuits, it is now fashionable to give away...

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  • Here comes ARDUINO PRIMO: a deeper look

      Here comes a new board for prototype creation of connected applications and in IoT: richly equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and a battery for autonomously operation. It almost sounds like the last name of a noble...

    • Posted 4 weeks ago
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  • Stepper Motor Driver at 2 Euros!

    Still a few days to get the Motors at 2 €!   Based on the Allegro A4988 chip, this driver is able to control a single bipolar stepper motor with max. 2 A. You can select five...

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  • Pattern Recognition & Pattern Matching

      Let’s get to know the Intel technology implemented in SmartEverything, taking an overall look at the concepts at the base of it. You are probably familiar with the Arduino-like prototyping board series called SmartEverything, developed in...

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  • Engraving PCBs by means of a CNC

      Let’s prepare the G-code, starting from the Gerber file, so to finally print our PCB. In the previous installment, we left you after having analyzed the hardware that enables us to manage our CNC by means...

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  • Interview to Dale Dougherty: Founder & CEO MAKE Magazine and Maker Faire

        How you can read from his Twitter profile, Dale Dougherty is the Founder of MAKE Magazine and creator of Maker Faire. I had the opportunity to interview him about the makers, about Arduino and Raspberry Pi and...

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  • LIFT BIT: the connected sofa

      Design and technology in a perfect marriage: applying the DUST network for internet enabled control of an innovative modular sofa that can be adjusted at will, thanks to an electronic section prototyped with SmartEverything.   In...

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  • An Open Project for a 1.000W INDUCTION Heather

      We melt metals using the ZVS (Zero Voltage Switching) technique, applied to a 1000 W RLC resonant circuit.   Have you ever wondered how powerful the electric-magnetic fields around us can get? The question is fitting...

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  • The 1sheeld Virtual People Counter

      A virtual shield and a smartphone, with the addition of ultrasound sensors that allow us to detect passage and direction of anyone crossing a passage. Most of Arduino’s success is also due to the fact that...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • RASPILIGHT: an open project for Ambilight TV effect

      Home cinema becomes even more immersive thanks to Raspberry and addressable LEDs: let’s re-create the Ambilight TV effect on any other TV using Raspberry and Kodi.   What’s better than watching a movie in front of...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Creating a smart home system WITH FISHINO

        We are going to create a system managed by a smartphone for controlling home appliances and electric devices through Wi-Fi.   Suppose you want to create a system for your home appliances and that you...

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  • An Open Source Rain and Humidity sensor couple

      It detects humidity through two sensors which are to be used alternatively to let us know when there is water on the ground because it’s raining, or when the water level in a flowerpot is too...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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