• A GPS clock using a 12-NeoPixel ring

    An Arduino-based GPS clock using a microcontroller with a gps attachment and a 12-neopixel ring. I based this project on Adafruit’s awesome Neopixel watch. This project uses an Arduino-friendly microcontroller (the smaller, the better – I used...

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  • Autonomous AI Assessment & Communications Platform

      Command centers need to know where their people are and where danger exists and may be approaching them. This system tracks fire boundaries & fire hotspots and firefighters or other persons on-the-ground and relays this data...

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  • A Smart Controller for Your Diy Uv Cure Box

      Resin 3D printers are finally cheap enough that peons like us can finally buy them without skipping too many meals, and what means we’re starting to see more and more of them in the hands of...

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  • Hearing Plants Giggle is Just as Creepy as You Think

      While best known for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl wrote quite a few similarly oddball stories in his time. One of them, The Sound Machine, is about a device that allowed the user to hear the anguished...

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  • A Practical Dual-arm Scara 3d Printer

      We see a lot of 3D printers here at Hackaday, but as over the years the 3D printer has moved from being an exciting item in its own right to being an everyday tool, it’s increasingly...

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  • Seven-segment Shelves Do Double Duty

      of was always on the lookout for that perfect something to hang above the couch. After spending a lot of time fruitlessly searching, he designed and built this awesome shelving unit with recessed lighting...

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  • A 555 and a Lighter Make High Voltage

      If you don’t have a ready source of high voltage, here’s an easy way to build one from the aptly-named . The parts list is pretty simple to acquire, except for the transformer. For that, raided a...

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  • Flat Circle is a Raspberry Pi Video Installation

      Use your Raspberry Pi to control 16 syncronized Full HD screens. More info

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  • Recreate Flappy Bird’s flight mechanic

      Flappy Bird was released by programmer Dong Nguyen in 2013, and made use of a straightforward game mechanic to create an addictive hit. Tapping the screen provided ‘lift’ to the main character, which is used strategically...

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  • Ion Cooled System for Your Raspberry Pi MineCraft Server

      Hi Makers! A while back I got Raspberry Pi, but I didn’t really know what to do with it. Recently, Minecraft has come back into popularity, so I decided to set up a Minecraft server for...

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  • Working from Home? This Calendar-Controlled “Busy” Light Project May Help

      One of the upsides of working from home, especially when my 7 year old is off school is that I am available most of the time for the occasional quick cuddle, to laugh at something silly...

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  • Black Ice Warning System

      Our design is a sign that illuminates when icy road conditions are possible warning drivers to proceed with caution. We have created a metal sign that is white with a blue LED snowflake design. The snowflake...

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  • Pi Zero Speaker – DIY Audio HAT and Audio Player

    A few months ago….. I got hold of a really old wired speaker from somewhat 2004 (I think so), from my father’s friend. They knew my hobby of opening things apart. :) Coming back to the speakers,...

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  • Bluetooth Controlled Raspberry Pi Rover

    Here we go! This is a very programming-heavy project, but I think it has a pretty good reason to be. The Evdev library that we use doesn’t have a lot of resources on reading from analog sticks,...

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  • App note: Protecting USB Type-C Cable connectors featuring higher power & tighter pin spacing

    Bourns’ built-in thermal cut-off devices adds extra protection from faults directly on USB Type-C cables. More info

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  • MQTT Communication With the Nano 33 IoT & WeMos D1 Boards

    This post will tell you everything you need to know about MQTT communication which will enable you to use it communicate between devices. We add an LED to the Arduino Nano 33 IoT board and this LED...

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  • Baby Keyboard is Really Three Boards

      Just when we think we’ve peeped all the cool baby keebs out there, another think comes along. This bad boy built by  can be configured three different ways, depending on what kind of control you’re after....

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  • An Armored Vehicle From Foam Core and Big Box Toys

      Over the last several months, has been working on a concept for an electric-powered infantry combat vehicle. We don’t think he’s been contracted by any nation’s military to design this vehicle, but as a product designer...

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