• Arduino LCD Game

      Making a great many things is very easy with Arduino microcontrollers. This Instructable tells you how to create a simple 1-button video game made from a handful of parts and Tinkercad Circuits. It is a side-scrolling jumping...

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  • How to Build a Levitating Light

      Let there be light! In this tutorial we’ll build a basic magnetic levitator. This guide will go over some of the theory, how to use a magnetic field sensor, and how to use one to build...

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  • IoT Based Sensor & Climate Monitoring Using BoltIoT Platform

    Often when designing Data acquisition systems, such as plant health monitoring in which case, the sensors are placed on-site, knowing the weather conditions may help in predicting the behaviour of other data and changes in physical requirements,...

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  • RePhone Kit – World’s First Open Source and Modular Phone

      RePhone is an open source and modular phone kit. With Rephone you can: 1.Create your own phone in minutes with the slim MODULES, accessible SOFTWARE, and customizable Phone Enclosures. 2.Hack anything around you, giving inanimate objects the power of cellular...

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  • Lasersaur: Open Source Laser Cutter

    Design a laser cutter and make the building process repeatable for others. The result is an affordable and easy to maintain system for everybody.  Laser cutters are traditionally expensive ($30,000 to as much as you can spend)...

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  • Raspberry Pi 3 baby monitor

      You might have a baby/dog/hamster that you want to keep an eye on when you’re not there. We understand: they’re lovely, especially hamsters. Here’s how HackSpace magazine contributor Dr Andrew Lewis built a Raspberry Pi baby...

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  • Arcade Buttons Make a Great Multimedia Keyboard

      has a very important job – managing the audio for several Christmas events. Desiring a simple and effective control interface, he designed a dedicated media keyboard to run the show. The project began with an...

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  • DHT11 vs DHT22 vs LM35 vs DS18B20 vs BME280 vs BMP180

      There are a wide variety of temperature sensors compatible with Arduino, ESP32, ESP8266 and other development boards. So, it can be difficult to to pick up the most suitable sensor for your project. In this article,...

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  • ESP32 LoRa Sensor Monitoring with Web Server (Long Range Communication)

      In this project, you’ll build a sensor monitoring system using a TTGO LoRa32 SX1276 OLED board that sends temperature, humidity and pressure readings via LoRa radio to an ESP32 LoRa receiver. The receiver displays the latest...

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  • How to Add a Printer to Your Raspberry Pi (or Other Linux Computer)

      If you’re experimenting with the Pi as a desktop replacement, want to enable a physical print output for a program or application suite you’re using, or otherwise want to enable traditional printing on your Pi, this...

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  • NTH Music Synthesizer

    https://v.kickstarter.com/1579389421_87009b864374ec78ff4dcfab9f0f1a4df92d6372/projects/59424/video-74391-h264_high.mp4   The NTH is an open source music synthesizer featuring instant fun, awesome sound, and a hackable design. The NTH is designed so that a complete beginner can quickly craft incredibly varied timbres.  For the synth...

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  • Ntablet – An Open-source Tablet for Your Creative Projects

      Ntablet is an open-source tablet for developers to learn and program. As a portable tool, it gives not only convenience to your projects, but also help to create more innovative designs as what you imagine. With it, you...

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  • Insight Into ESP32 Sleep Modes and Their Power Consumption

      There is no question that ESP32 is a worthy competitor to many WiFi/MCU SoCs out there, often beating it on both performance and price. But, depending on which state it’s in, the ESP32 can be a...

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  • Getting Date & Time From NTP Server With ESP8266 NodeMCU

        Every once in a while you’ll come across an idea where keeping time a prime concern. For example, imagine a relay that has to be activated at a certain time or a data logger that...

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  • How nRF24L01+ Wireless Module Works and Interfaces with Arduino

        Having two or more Arduino boards be able to communicate with each other wirelessly over a distance opens lots of possibilities like remotely monitoring sensor data, controlling robots, home automation and the list goes on....

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  • Reachy is an expressive, open-source robot

      Seems like everybody’s getting into the AI and robotics game — at least the companies and research institutions that can afford to build their platforms from the ground up are. France’s Pollen Robotics, on the other...

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  • This 3D-printed infinity cube is easy to make, hard to resist

          Infinity cubes and icosahedrons are things that have always caught my eye. They however always seemed quite hard to make, because of the relative complex frame. This infinity cube, however, has a frame that...

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  • Motorizing A Plasma Cutter On The Cheap

      A hand-held plasma cutter is an excellent tool to have if you are working with sheet metal, but it’s not particularly well suited to making long or repetitive cuts. Which is why worked...

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