• A GPS for Navigation on the Moon

    GPS, Earth’s navigation system that is used by an estimated four billion people will now enable future human navigation on the Moon. NASA is developing GPS for Moon for aiding its future Artemis missions. The Global Positioning System or...

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  • Micro:bit Smart Car

      A multifunction platform built around BBC’s micro:bit educational board. It integrates a cute robot, a starter kit and also a board for experimenting.   Some time ago, in a previous article, we have reviewed the micro:bit controller designed...

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  • SPECTROMETER ON PC

      We use the platform based on the AMS sensors in combination with the Personal Computer and thanks to an ad hoc software we trace on the screen the spectrum curves resulting from the analysis performed. In...

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  • A vending machine for likes and followers

      Quick Fix is a vending machine (and art installation) that sells social media likes and followers. Drop in a coin, enter your social media account name, and an army of fake accounts will like or follow...

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  • Top Tech Trends of 2019

      Technology has made a lot of things possible. And it’s entirely right to believe that the best thing happening to man is technology itself. Not even the inventions available today. New leads emerge yearly and while...

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  • Smart motorcycle helmet lighting follows your signals

    In the Arduino blog you can find this amazing project As a motorcyclist, it’s important to be seen at all times. To help improve his visibility while on the road, Adnan Khan decided to outfit his helmet...

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  • LoRa security camera detects and transmits trespasser data

    Security cameras are a great way to deter theft and vandalism, but what if the camera is out of WiFi range, or otherwise would need long cables to transmit pictures? As explained here, Tegwyn Twmffat has an interesting...

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  • An e-ink frame with a quote of the day, every day

          I was listening to Dale Carnegie‘s “How to stop worrying and start living” and thought I needed to be reminded once in a while of his good advice. But I did not want the wall...

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  • ARDUINO YUN REV.2 AND SR-201 RELAY CARD

      We present an automation solution that provides the ability to control a series of relays, using the local wired Ethernet network. All driven by the new version of the Arduino Yún board.   The project that...

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  • Raspberry Pi 4 is here!

                    Yes! The Raspberry Pi 4 is out with new features (and 4Gb of RAM). Here the info from official site by Eben Upton: We have a surprise for you today:...

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  • Bitcoin & Blockchain

      We are going to take advantage of one of the most known real-life examples in order to introduce the concept of blockchain, its characteristics and its practical usefulness, also explaining how to mine Bitcoins using an...

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  • “MakerArt” an innovative project of synergistic pathways between international makers and artists

    . It’s called Maker Art and it’s one of the main new features of the upcoming “Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition” scheduled to take place in the capital city from 18 to 20 October 2019. Maker Art...

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  • EVSE “BATTERY CHARGER” for electric cars

      Let’s take a closer look to battery chargers for electric cars provided by manufacturers. Those who have an electric car or at least a hybrid plug-in car (i.e. externally rechargeable) or whoever is in any way...

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  • The end of the Makers movement? What happened at Maker Media?

        Big financial problems for Maker Media that blocked all operations and fired all the staff. For the uninitiated Maker Media means MAKE magazine and above all Maker Faire. Some rumors were born with the last...

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  • Robot Arm with Pick & PLACE part 2

      We equip the robotic arm published in the previous issue of a pneumatic system for gripping and releasing objects, controlled through an Arduino shield created for the purpose.   You will have had the opportunity to...

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  • ROBOTIC Arm in plexiglass part 1

      We create our first robotic arm with four degrees of freedom, with bench-top, gripper for grasping objects and five servo controls that can be managed by Arduino or other electronics. Automation and robotics represent the most...

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  • What we will see at the Maker Faire Rome 2019?

      The countdown that will take us to the Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition has begun! One of the most important European appointments among those dedicated to technological innovation is scheduled from 18 to 20...

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  • An innovative solution in the blockchain market: 25MB Block Size – can it be real?

    Sponsored post by ILCoin     In the past 10 years, many blockchain companies were working on the projects, arming their systems with decentralized, secure and anonymizing functionalities. And with a desire to resolve current problems, many...

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