• A DIY digital readout for your wood lathe

      Small wood lathes don’t typically come with an RPM readout, so after obtaining such a machine several months ago, engineer Zach — also known as ‘byte sized’ — decided to build his own custom display. The device...

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  • Resys is an LED drawer system that makes it easy to find your resistors

    You’ve got your design ready to go, you know you have the right components… but where exactly did you place that particular resistor? With the Resys drawer system by Lynlimer, you no longer have to wonder —...

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  • An Arduino Tetris console inside of an NES controller

      Tetris was as a perfect complement to Nintendo’s original Game Boy when it came out in 1989, and now “Copper Dragon” has been able to fit an entire system for it — sans monitor or speakers...

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  • Give your memory a boost with Newrons

    When you get a notification on your smartphone, more often than not, you’re doing something more pressing. You then silence the alarm, and perhaps forget about it. Nick Bild, however, has created a pair of smart glasses...

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  • 144 7-segment displays make up this delightful digital clock

    Using 7-segment displays to make a clock is nothing new, but what if you combined 144 of them together to create an epic LED timepiece? That’s exactly how this project was made, allowing it to show surprisingly...

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  • Mini Weather Station Using Arduino Nano

    Capturing physical data in real-time is always fascinating. In this project, you will not only be able to capture three fundamental physical parameters for weather predication viz. temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure, but will also be able...

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  • This SpaceX fan created a levitating Starship lamp

      Although you might not be able to build or house your own SpaceX Starship, YouTuber “Embrace Racing” has created a levitating lamp model that will be much more attainable for non-multi-billionaires. The lamp’s landing pad features an Arduino Nano inside, which...

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  • Monitor your home with this Nano 33 IoT-based system

    Using an Arduino Nano 33 IoT, Jithin Sanal designed a home monitoring system capable of detecting noxious gases with an MQ2 sensor as well as sensing temperature, pressure, humidity, and ambient light via a BME280 sensor and...

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  • Blyst Nano is a Finger-tip tiny Bluetooth 5 board with 30 I/O pins and more

    BLYST Nano is a new tiny ARM Cortex-M4F module which has been created offering Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, Bluetooth Mesh and 30 input and outputs. The module is now available to purchase on crowdsupply priced from $17 with...

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  • GuppY: Fishino becomes Nano

      Rethinking the popular Arduino: compared with the latter, it adds the implementation of the Fishino architecture, along with WiFi connectivity, a battery charger, etc…   As we anticipated in the article in which we presented our...

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