• MNT Reform: DIY a 3D Printed Vintage Laptop

    The MNT Reform is a modular, open source laptop made with 3D printed parts and inspired by classic PCs like the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64. Designed by Lukas F. Hartmann, the fun computer uses a...

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  • What a Funny and Terrifying Portrait!

    Halloween might still be a month away, but scaring the crap out of your friends is timeless – and all you’re going to need to pull off a killer prank is: – Raspberry Pi 3 Model B...

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  • ASK.ME Anything You Want!

    ASK.ME is an Arduino-controlled installation by Joan Raspo that brings this imaginary world to life as a geodesic dome that you can walk into. As a visitor enters inside, their presence is detected and they are greeted with a holographic image...

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  • Polyfuge: Open Source Microcentrifuge Kit on Kickstarter

    If you’d like to do biological experiments, one of the most important tools you’ll need is a centrifuge. These devices can separate biological substances into their component parts by weight by spinning them around at a high...

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  • How to turn your Orange Pi 2G-IoT into a Cell Phone

    Few months ago we spoke about the Orange Pi 2g-IoT, a low cost ARM Linux board with 2G, and WiFi & Bluetooth connectivity, basically with the guts of a smartphone minus the display and battery. Shenzhen Xunlong...

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  • Open-Q™ 212 Single Board Computer for your IoT Device

    Intrinsyc’s Open-Q™ 212 SBC is a full-featured, production-ready, low-cost IoT computer based on a powerful quad-core ARM Cortex A7 (32-bit) 1.267GHz processor, with integrated GPU and DSP. The SBC supports an LCD display up to 720p, HDMI...

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  • An OTP (One Time Password) Lock

      Let’s create an electrically controlled lock that is opened by means of an always different code that is generated by our smartphone, on the basis of an algorithm that takes the time into account.   If...

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  • Your next Programmable LED Glasses just got funded on Kickstarter

    This is an amazing prject: look at the video because it’s hilarious. What are RGB LED Shades? They’re programmable shutter shade sunglasses with an array of 68 full-color LED pixels on the front. The LEDs can show...

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  • Internet Radio with Raspberry Pi

      Since long past times, when Gugliemo Marconi has amazed the entire World broadcasting his radio signals from the Elettra ship, a subject held dear by electronic engineers has been radio transmission. After these years, the scenario...

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  • An ultra customizable LCD Shield for Arduino

      Often, during your first experiences with Arduino, you use the Serial Monitor, a feature available in the IDE, which allows you to display values ​​on the screen. However, if we you want to display values ​​or...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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