• Twinky: DIY Your Personal Arduino Assitant

    Adrian Lindermann has just created his small yellow companion  taking inspiration from Jibo. Twinky can respond to voice commands via a SpeakUp click module, along with pressure on its face/touchscreen. Control is provided by an Arduino Mega, and Twinky can...

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  • 3D-Printable Hanging Mount for Raspberry Pi Camera

    Inspired by the excellent coverage of Octoprint and Octolapse, the maker Jeremy S Cook has recently assembled a 3D-printable mount for a Raspi camera, giving him another aiming axis for observing 3D prints. After installing Octoprint and setting it up with my 3D-printer, I needed a...

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  • DIY an Amazing Led Filament Clock

    While making a clock isn’t an uncommon hacker pursuit, this Arduino-controlled device uses a series of wires to both power and support the clock’s four digits from a bent brass frame. This gives it a decidedly web-like...

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  • Arduino-Powered Weather Station with Split-Flap Display

    Split-flap displays show information using characters changed by an electric motor. This is exactly what “gabbapeople” has chosen to show the informations of its weather forecast station. I am a fan of the XOD visual programming environment. With...

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  • How to Control Your GoPro Using the Arduino MKR1000

    If you have a HERO4 or HERO5 at home, thanks to their WiFi capabilities, with the proper programming you can use an Arduino sbc like the MKR1000 for control. The Maker Randy Sarafan was able to set up...

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  • DIY an Arduino Black Box for Your Car

    Monitoring driving habits can be interesting, but make your own telematics box, giving you total control over how data is collected and used, could be better! That’s just what maker TheForeignMan did, using an Arduino Mega to take in...

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  • DIY an Alexa Enabled Death Star Lamp

    Maker Adi Singh recently wrote an Instructable to build an expanding Death Star Lamp starting from a popoular Ikea lamp. This amazing creation is also controlled with your voice. This is possible thanks to an Arduino MKR1000...

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  • The ‘Sup: Low Cost and Open Source Mouse for Quadriplegics

    At the core of any assistive technology is finding a way to do something with whatever abilities the user has available. This can be especially difficult in the case of quadriplegia sufferers, the loss of control of...

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  • DIY a Lowcost 3D Drone That Streams Video

    If you enjoy flying quadcopters, for sure you’ll appreciate this project. Andi2345 has shared the guidelines to build a drone that streams 3D video and thanks to goggles you can feel like you are actually in the cockpit. This small and...

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  • GamePi 2: the Handheld Raspberry Pi 3 Games Console

    Raspberry Pi enthusiast and gamer Max Mustermann has released a second version of his games console: the GamePi 2. The new handheld console is now equipped with dual joysticks together with a few tweaks to the speaker...

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  • DIY an Arduino-Powered CardBoard Spider

    If you thinks that a 3d printer or CNC equipment  is absolutely necessary to build a quadruped robot…maybe you should carefully check out this project. Instructables user Raz85 has built a quadruped using a structure comprised entirely...

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  • HairIO: The Interactive Hair Extension

      The Hybrid Ecologies Lab at UC Berkeley have created interactive hair extensions capable of changing shape and color, sensing touch, and communicating over Bluetooth. Hair is a unique and little-explored material for new wearable technologies. Its long history of cultural...

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  • Wii Camera for Head Tracking: I Want It!

    Nintendo Wii controllers continue to provide a variety of tools for hacking. One component you may want to consider for your next hack is the camera from the Wii Remote, which senses the position of nearby infrared...

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  • Dotter: DIY Arduino Powered Dot Matrix Printer

    Dotter is a huge dot matrix printer based on Arduino. Most of the parts are 3D printed, there are also 28BYJ48 stepper motors (the cheapest stepper motors you can find) and some basic components. It can print...

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  • How to Recreate the Apollo Guidance DSKY Computer

    “I don’t care about what anything was DESIGNED to do, I care about what it CAN do.” Nearly 50 years ago, mankind made the giant leap of being able to travel to the moon. To celebrate, ST-Geotronics...

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  • Levitation: How Cool Is That?

    If you thought the power of levitation was only available to magicians, maybe you have to check out this amazing project. “We present Ultraino, a modular, inexpensive, and open platform that provides hardware, software and example applications...

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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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  • How to Integrate LED Matrix Displays in Your Next Project

    Whether you’re interested in enhancing model trains, or simply want to hear more about integrating LED matrix displays into your next project, here you have some information you might find interesting. “I have used LED matrix displays for...

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