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  • How To Build a Retro Video Game Console

    Few days ago pcmag.com has published a complete guide to build yourself a (raspberry pi) retro video game console for less than $100. In this guide you can quickly see how to use an inexpensive Raspberry Pi...

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  • LaserDUO: the Open Source Dual Laser Cutter

    LaserDUO is an open source dual-wavelength laser cutter that includes a 130 W CO2 laser and a 75 W Nd:YAG laser and which cuts at a speed of up to 800 mm/s at a resolution of 25 microns (1000 dpi)....

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  • Watney: Fully Open Source 3D Printed Rover

    While many vehicle projects implement 3D printing, most of them use them in small parts and portions. So, it’s fascinating to see a device which is 3D printable from start to finish. Nik Ivanov set out to...

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  • XinaBox xChips: IoT-focused prototyping, coding, making and learning by RS Components

    With the XinaBox xChip hardware modules, RS Components is adding more ways to prototype and expand the functionality of popular single-board computers like Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone. The xChip concept makes a wide variety of electronic functions...

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  • DIY Your Open Source Access Point

    If you have the weekend off and if you own a Raspberry Pi 3 or Zero W sbc, this project is prefect for you! The Raspberry Pi wireless access point is built on top of Linux, using...

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  • 3D Printed Impressive Flattening Bot

    Starting from an existing design from a 2013 research done at UC Berkeley, this Arduino-powered bot created by Ali Aslam is built entirely from printed parts and off the shelf hardware. An Arduino Pro Mini combined with...

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  • DIY an Arduino Powered Automatic Watering System

    If you are planning your holidays, for sure this project will help you to solve a big deal: watering your plants. Also if you aren’t going on holidays, this system can avoid you to waste time in...

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  • How to Control Your GoPro Using the Arduino MKR1000

    If you have a HERO4 or HERO5 at home, thanks to their WiFi capabilities, with the proper programming you can use an Arduino sbc like the MKR1000 for control. The Maker Randy Sarafan was able to set up...

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  • Arduino Yun Rev 2 Now Available!

    Arduino has launched the Arduino Yun Rev 2, a rev of the original OpenWrt-driven Arduino board with enhanced LAN, USB, security, and power supply features. The Arduino Yun 2 is equipped with the same MIPS-based, 400MHz Atheros...

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  • Cybot – The Open-Source Threat Intelligence Chat Bot

    The following post is extracted from the original one published here by The Cylance Team. Threat intelligence chat bots are useful friends. They perform research for you and can even be note takers or central aggregators of...

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  • Shedding Light: when Open Source serves the research in biology and bioengineering

    The open source movement has facilitated the development of low cost and easy-to-use technologies for scientific settings. A study published in PLOS ONE describes the creation of a novel multi-fluorescence imaging system from readily available, low cost components. “Fluorescence...

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  • Inspired by Google-Glass, Delhi boy invents device for hearing impaired

    Inspired by the famous, but very expensive, Google Glass, the maker Madhav is in the process of developing low-cost “hearing glasses” or what he calls ‘Transcribe,’ which will allow people who are hearing impaired, to see the...

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  • Create Your Own Artificial Intelligence With the Ultimate DIY Arduino Robotics Bundle

    Robotics is that branch of technology that is evolving more and more especially since AI is slowly becoming a part of our lives. There are many who study this field as a career and there are many...

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  • Microsoft Open Sources Azure IoT Edge

    At Build 2017, Microsoft introduced Azure IoT Edge, which lets edge devices run AI, Azure services, and custom logic to not just generate insights, but act on them both locally and autonomously. Microsoft has since deployed various...

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  • Raspberry Pi – Pi Score MAME Arcade Cabinet

    Jeremy Williams and Sean Charlesworth designed a snap together classic arcade cabinet to house a MAME system – the Pi Score. The Pi Score Tabletop MAME arcade cabinet features a snap together classic arcade cabinet design which...

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  • DIY an Arduino-Controlled Robotic Snake

    Will Donaldson recently released a full instructable to build two different 3d printed robotic snakes: the first is a single axis while the second is a double axis snake. “This instructable is technically a 2-in-1, in that...

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  • NoCAN: wired IoT platform for makers, based on CAN-bus

    Omzlo has won Kickstarter funding for a NoCAN platform for wired IoT home automation that connects sensor nodes to a Raspberry Pi. An Omzlo PiMaster HAT board mediates between the Pi and multiple, Arduino-compatible CANZERO boards that...

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  • Espruino Pixl.js, the JavaScript small LCD screen and microcontroller!

    Adafruit is pleased to announce a new product: the Espruino Pixl.js, a JavaScript microcontroller with LCD. The small LCD display can be programmed and debugged wirelessly with JavaScript and is both multi-functional and easy to use. With...

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