• Open Source “Game Boy” Runs Linux and Arduino

      Clockwork has surpassed its Kickstarter funding goal for a handheld GameShell device that is billed as “the world’s first modular, portable game console with a GNU/Linux embedded operating system.” The GameShell offers a variety of retro...

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  • Go Prosthetic: Affordable 3d Printed Limbs for Amputees

    Peter “Max” Armstrong, a mechanical engineering student at the University of Colorado Boulder, has grown into a highly promising initiative called Go Prosthetics. After years of research, prototypes, and tinkering, Armstrong believes he has developed a low-cost and...

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  • UltraSoc engaged from Microsemi for RISC-V based products development

    UltraSoC joined the RISC-V Foundation in 2016, with a mission to provide the RISC-V community with secure, independent on-chip development and debug capabilities; in 2017 it offered its RISC-V processor trace specification for adoption by the RISC-V...

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  • BME680 sensor board from Bosch is now available on Adafruit

    Makers, developers, electronic enthusiasts and hobbyists waiting for the arrival of the BME680 sensor board from Bosch at the Adafruit online store will be pleased to know that the environmental sensing board is now available. Providing the ability to track...

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  • Open Source Underwater Glider Drone

    This Open Source Underwater Glider has just been named the Grand Prize winner of the 2017 Hackaday Prize. As the top winner of the Hackaday Prize, the Open Source Underwater Glider will receive $50,000 USD completes the awarding...

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  • Omega2 based Oboo Clock: BT speaker and gesture controlled streaming

    Onion’s Oboo Smart Clock BT music streamer is built on its Linux-driven Omega2 COM, and offers 3W speakers, device charging, and WiFi-based info updates. All four available models measure 152 x 62 x 30mm, and offer a...

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  • DIY Air Data Computer Asgard

    The air data computer Asgard is out. It is a unit designed for DIYers, size and weight are compatible (fixation tabs have the same dimensions of standards servo tabs) with low-cost RC applications.  Some aspects will be changed...

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  • New NanoPi Fire3 and Fire2A SBCs with Ubuntu Core-based FriendlyCore OS

    FriendlyElec’s open source two new SBCs, which support Android and Linux distributions including a new Ubuntu Core-based FriendlyCore distro, are identical except for the processor and RAM. The NanoPi Fire2A (image below) uses the same Samsung S5P4418 (4x...

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  • xaVNA, a low-cost fully featured Vector Network Analyzer

    Developer Cary Wang  has created a new low-cost fully featured Vector Network Analyzer that is both easy-to-use and allows S parameter export. The xaVNA two port Vector Network Analyzer offers users a typical frequency range of 137MHz...

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  • Acumos: the AI Open Source Platform

    AT&T wants to make artificial intelligence accessible to everyone. To that end, they’re collaborating with Tech Mahindra to build an open source artificial intelligence platform, Acumos, hosted by The Linux Foundation that makes it easy to build, share and deploy AI...

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  • How To Manipulate Time with This Magic Arduino Led Glove

    Probably time manipulation is an attractive target for everyone. This project certainly makes it appear that way. YouTuber MadGyver’s glove uses a gigantic LED controlled by an Arduino Nano to allow objects such as a fan, water falling from a shower,...

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  • DIY Raspberry Pi or Arduino Tank and Play Laser Tag!

    Inspired by the game War Thunder, this maker programmed much more into the set of rules than a simple “tag, you’re out” match. Each tank has four sensors around the body. These sensors relate to crew members and...

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  • DevDuino: the Arduino-compatible board with plenty of must-have features

    DevDuino is an Arduino compatible with a U-shaped PCB that lets you add mezzanine shields on the bottom using male headers. The DevDuino starts with a 16MHz ATMEGA32U4 MCU with 2.5KB SRAM and 32KB flash. There’s also a...

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  • Arduino Create toolkit now available for Intel-based systems running Linux

    Intel now it’s working to improve Arduino connectivity on Intel based systems running Linux with its cloud-based Arduino Create development software. Arduino Create is debuting on a kit version of Aaeon’s Intel Apollo Lake based UP Squared SBC called the...

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  • Are You in Trouble with Rubik’s Cube? This Robot is the Solution!

    If you have a Rubik’s Cube but you never could solve it, with this nice 3d printed robot now you have the chance to do it! This 3D-printed Raspberry Pi-powered Rubik’s Cube solving robot has everything any...

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  • 3D Printed Impressive LED Eyes

    If you’ve ever wanted to add glowing eyes to something, now is your chance. Not only is this perfect for spooky dress-up or cosplay (unfortunately Halloween has just passed), but it could also make cyclists or pedestrians...

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  • Maker Faire Rome 1>3 December: Circle the date on the calendar!

    The fifth edition of Maker Faire The European Edition will start the first of December at Fiera di Roma. Here you can find how to get there. Remember to subscribe Maker Faire’s newsletter for news, updates and...

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  • Inception X1: New Open Source Desktop 3d Printer on Kickstarter

    Inception Machines based in the United Kingdom have created a new open source high-performance large format desktop 3D printer aptly named the Inception X1. Which is now available to back via Kickstarter with pledges starting from £1,595 and shipping...

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