• LED-based Christmas ornaments

        It’s Christmas time! And what about an hi-tech Christmas? Build your bluetooth-controlled Christmas ornaments! More info

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  • ElastImpact brings a bit more realism to VR

        If you’ve ever used a VR system and thought what was really missing is the feeling of being hit in the face, then a team researchers at the National Taiwan University may hold just the solution. ElastImpact takes...

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  • Make music with the help of an Arduino-powered hole puncher

      Are you interested in carillons? Would you like to play your own music on a carillon? Don’t wast your time in boring exeperiments with paper, squares and scissors, build your first Arduino-powered hole puncher!   More...

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  • Mini Drawing Bot – Live Android App – Trignomentry

      Build your own mini drawing bot! It’s a CNC-like machine that prints on paper what you draw on your smartphone. It’s an easy-to-make open source project which uses very cheap hardware. What are you waiting for?...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • Arduino on GitHub Actions

                GitHub Actions is the name of the SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) system introduced by GitHub about a year ago, currently in public beta and now approaching the general availability status....

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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...

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  • Bangle.js: an Open Source Smart Watch

      Bangle.js is an Open Source Smartwatch that you program wirelessly in JavaScript. It even contains Tensorflow AI for microcontrollers to detect gestures! We’ve reverse-engineered an existing smartwatch with GPS and Bluetooth, and are supplying it pre-programmed...

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  • A powerful, open hardware ECP5 FPGA dev board

      ULX3S is a fully open source, compact, robust, and affordable FPGA dev board equipped with a balanced selection of additional components and expansions. Although it was designed primarily as a teaching tool for mastering the principles...

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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...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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  • Khadas VIM3: a Powerful Raspberry Pi Alternative

    A new powerful Raspberry Pi alternative has been launched by Khadas in the form of the VIM3 which is available as both a Basic and Pro version priced at $99 and $139 respectively. The VIM3 uses an Amlogic S992X...

    • Posted 5 months ago
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  • DIY a Self-Balancing Robot Driven By an Insect

    Augmented Arthropod by Grzegorz Lochnicki and Nicolas Kubail Kalousdian is an innovative self-balancing robot that is actually piloted by the movements of an insect placed inside a plastic case using two HC-SR04 ultrasonic sensors. The structure for...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Obsidian ESP32 Board in a Raspberry Pi Form Factor

    A new open source Espressif ESP32-based board offering a form factor similar to popular single board computers such as the Raspberry Pi Model A / 3 Model A+  has been launched via the Crowd Supply website this month and...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Pi Top [4]: Raspberry Pi 4 Based mini-PC

    Pi-top has preannounced its first mini-PC form factor Pi-top and the first Pi accessory to feature the new Raspberry Pi 4 Model B. The pi-top works more like a portable PC, with the Raspberry Pi 4...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Adafruit DC & Stepper Motor Bonnet for Your Pi Now Available

    A new Raspberry Pi stepper motor and DC bonnet has being designed by Adafruit and is now available to purchase from their online store priced at $22.50. The Raspberry Pi bonnet can drive up to 4 DC...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Artemis Engineering Version: SparkFun’s first open-source, embedded-systems module

    SparkFun has released the company’s first open-source, embedded-systems module—SparkFun Artemis, Engineering Version—to empower engineers, prototypers, and R&D teams to integrate the TensorFlow machine-learning platform into any design. Additionally, the team has launched three boards with the unshielded...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Radxa Unveiled Rock Pi S, Rock Pi 4 v1.4 and Rock Pi Poe HAT

    Radxa recently unveiled many news about its products, adding NVMe support to the Rock Pi 4 v1.4 model and launching a tiny Rock Pi S board for voice applications, and a Rock Pi PoE HAT for adding...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Robot Fish Is Powered By a Robot-Blood Battery

    Researchers from Cornell University and the University of Pennsylvania have created a lifelike robotic lionfish with a circulatory system. That circulatory system enables the fish to circulate synthetic blood throughout its body. The blood is a liquid...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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  • Enviro+ Pi Hat for Indoors and Out Air Pollution Monitoring

    The Raspberry pi hat, called Enviro+, comes from Pimoroni, which is pitching the add-on as a cheap alternative to expensive environmental monitoring stations. With an additional particulate matter sensor, the Pi-based air-monitoring device can be placed just...

    • Posted 6 months ago
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