• BLE Micro EVB v2.0 is a Bluetooth 4.0 Development Board for Wearable Projects

    BLEmicro series, made by DFRobot, is Bluetooth 4.0 development kits specifically designed for professional developers. It is equipped with all the Bluetooth features of Bluno (an Arduino uno form factor development board) main controller, which can help...

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  • Raspberry Pi based smart watering system kit for Makers

    Designed to provide plenty of feedback on your plants environment, soil and condition, the Raspberry Pi plant monitoring system is also capable of automatic watering when required and updating you when anything may need your attention. Smart...

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  • CasioKeyBot, the Robotized Hand Plays an Old Casio Electronic Keyboard

    I really like the crappy sound of those 80s toy keyboards. Unfortunately, I am a lousy live keyboarder and I only have so many hands. So I thought about adding MIDI capability to my good old Casio...

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  • Twinky: DIY Your Personal Arduino Assitant

    Adrian Lindermann has just created his small yellow companion  taking inspiration from Jibo. Twinky can respond to voice commands via a SpeakUp click module, along with pressure on its face/touchscreen. Control is provided by an Arduino Mega, and Twinky can...

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  • Announced the New NanoPi NEO4: the Cheapest & Smallest RK3399 Board

    Just a couple of months ago FriendlyElec introduced the NanoPi M4, which was then the smallest, most affordable Rockchip RK3399 based SBC yet. But now they have launched a $45, Rockchip RK3399 based NanoPi Neo4 SBC with a 60 x...

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  • IoT LoRa Boards Run on Raspberry Pi, Arduino and Micro:Bit!

    Pi Supply, which has produced a variety of Raspberry Pi add-on boards, is now on Kickstarter to launch a series of IoT LoRa Boards that work with the Pi. The offerings include an IoT LoRa Gateway HAT board...

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  • PolaPi-Zero is a Polaroid-Inspired Raspberry Pi Camera

    Electronic technician and Raspberry Pi enthusiast Pierre Muth has unveiled a new Raspberry Pi Polaroid camera he has created in the form of the PolaPi-Zero, which uses a thermal printer to provide instant hardcopies of your photographs. The...

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  • How to Control Your RC Vehicle With an IMU-Based Transmitter

    When piloting a vehicle remotely, it’s only natural to tilt your controller one way or the other to help guide it in the right direction. While usually this has no effect whatsoever, YouTuber Electronoobs decided to take...

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  • Raspberry Pi RetroPie Hand-Held Gaming Device

    This slick homebrew gaming device was modded into a Wii U Pro controller by Finn Andersen. The layout of the guts inside the controller is really clever and the screen is upcycled from a car-reversing camera screen....

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  • MobiLimb: the Robotic Limb for Your Smartphone

    The maker Marc Teyssier in collaboration with a team stretching across two universities in France have created a completely original accessory for your smartphone: MobiLimb, a robotic finger the plugs directly into your smartphone. The device uses an Arduino...

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  • The New Open Hardware Certification Program

    Few days ago at the Open Hardware Summit at MIT, OSHWA, the Open Source Hardware Association has announced a huge revision to the Open Hardware certification process. The goal here is to design a better platform for...

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  • A.I. Thinker ESP32-CAM: Affrodable ESP32 Camera Development Board by Seeed Studio

    Seeed Studio is taking pre-orders for the new A.I. Thinker ESP32-CAM board with a 2MP camera for $9.90. The board needs to be programmed with ESP-IDF as explained in details in Github, and there’s no Arduino IDE support. The ESP32-CAM has...

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  • How to Make a Raspberry Pi Powered Etch-a-Sketch System

    The Etch-A-Sketch was released by The Ohio Art Company in 1960. The popularity of the device is sort of interesting because it has lots of annoying problems: knobs only move the cursor up/down/left/right. Diagonals and curves require...

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  • DIY Your Star Wars Mouse Droid With Hidden Display

    Differently from the small black droids that you have seen in the Star Wars saga, the mouse droid by Potent Printables acts as a sort of physical messaging app. It’s able to travel to the correct location, then pop...

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  • Wooden Chess Board with Piece Recognition

    Thanks to the Raspberry Pi Zero – with a touchscreen, a few magnets, some LEDs and some software magic – you can play against a computer on a wooden board. With the help of an open-source chess...

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  • DIY Portable Soldering Iron v2.0

    Just few weeks ago, the maker Electronoobs announced the Homemade Soldering Iron v1.0, but unfortunately it encountered many problems from the beginning: the design was held back by the quality of the $5 replacement soldering iron tips he designed...

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  • OpenMV Cam H7: the Open Source MicroPython Powered Machine Vision Camera

    The New OpenMV Cam H7 is an upgrade of the previous OpenMV Cam M7, replacing the STMicro STM32F7 micro-controller by a more powerful STM32H7 MCU clocked at up to 400 MHz and introducing removable camera modules for thermal...

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  • DIY an Arduino Nano-Based Oscilloscope

    Maker Peter Balch has been able to turn an Arduino Nano into an oscilloscope the size of a matchbox. This oscilloscope costs the price of an Arduino Nano (£2 and a display (£3) plus a few pence...

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