• Onion Omega2 LTE Open-Spec SBC with LTE Cat 4 and GNSS

    Onion company has recently returned to Crowd Supply with a open source, OpenWrt Linux driven Omega2 LTE SBC with 4G LTE and GNSS location connectivity. “The Omega2 LTE is the latest addition to the Omega2 family of...

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  • HKCam is a DIY HomeKit Security Camera

    HomeKit app developer Matt Hochgatterer has unveiled an open-source HomeKit camera project. The HKCam allows users to create their own security camera compatible with Apple’s HomeKit for less than $30. HKCam is easy to assemble even for...

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  • PocketPi: Raspberry Pi Pocket-Sized Computer

    PocketPi by  Ramin Assadollahi is powered by the Raspberry Pi Zero W and offers a fantastic truly portable DIY pocket PC. Measuring just 14 x 11 cm the portable Raspberry Pi pocket computer is powered by a...

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  • NODE Mini Server V2: DIY Raspberry Pi Home Server

    N-O-D-E has this month published a great tutorial providing full instructions on how to create your very own Raspberry Pi home server in the form of a NODE Mini Server V2. The idea behind the home server...

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  • Programmable-Air: Arduino-based Open Source Portable Pneumatic Kit

    The Programmable-Air is a hardware toolkit that allows you to inflate and deflate objects, combinig everything you need for simple air power experimentation into one package. It is available to purchase via the Crowd Supply website with...

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  • DIY a Raspberry Pi Robot With Your Kids

    If you are looking for a project to do with your children, maybe this new tutorial published to the Wired website may be just the thing. With simply $60 price of hardware and 10 strains of code,...

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  • hgTerm: Attractive DIY Raspberry Pi Powered Mini Laptop

    hgTerm is a pocket-sized computer with a 4 inch touchscreen display, a 270 degree hinge that lets you flip it around backward, a thumb keyboard, and a 3D printed case. The whole thing runs on battery power...

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  • Arduino Sensorless Electronic Speed Controller

    If you’re dealing with brushless motors, you can be interested in this  brushless speed controller by Electronoobs. Version 1.0 of his open-source ESC design has been just released. This is a sensorless brushless motor speed controller since...

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  • Gymsoles Enables a Correct Posture During Your Workout

    University of Auckland’s Augmented Human Lab have prototyped a wearable system called GymSoles to help you to improve your workout by monitoring and correcting your form. “GymSoles enables a correct execution of exercises, such as squats and...

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  • Hyper Keyboard Pi: Turn Your Raspberry Pi Board Into a Handheld Gaming Console

    If you want to turn your humble Raspberry Pi board into a full-fledged handheld console/PC that you can game on or use for general consumption of media, then you might want to consider a custom kit like...

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  • Four New Affordable and Powerful Arduino Nano Boards

    Arduino announced a new family of affordable, low-power Nano sized microcontroller boards based on powerful Arm Cortex processors that may give you pause before buying another Chinese knockoff. Co-founder of Arduino Massimo Banzi said the new boards...

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  • PiChuck: Wii Nunchuk Built-in Raspberry Pi Joystick Controller

    The Wii Nunchuk controller is the notorious official Nintendo Wii controller with two buttons, a joystick, and an accelerometer, which makes it pretty versatile. Thingiverse Keycaps wanted to take advantage of the Joystick’s motion capabilities for a...

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  • Learning Electronics with Tech DIY Custom Kits

    A new book and project box created by Tech DIY is now available to back via Kickstarter with earlybird pledges available from $39 or roughly £30 for the Joy Kit box of electronic components without the book....

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  • Arduino IoT Cloud: New Features Are Coming!

    The Arduino IoT Cloud is an easy to use Internet of Things application platform. It makes it very simple for anyone to develop and manage IoT applications – freeing them to focus on solving real problems in...

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  • Papyr: Open Hardware nRF52840 ePaper Display

    Papyr is a Nordic nRF52840 epaper display that can be used for various low power wireless applications. It combines two core ideas: a low power wireless technology combined with a low power display system. By choosing the...

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  • Raspberry Pi GPIO Pinout: Learn How to Make Them Work

    Tomshardware.com recently posted an interesting Raspberry Pi GPIO Pinout guide for everyone that is not so familiar with raspberry pi or electronics. Every Pi model since the Raspberry Pi B+ has had 40 GPIO pins and they...

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  • TextToSpeech: Make It Simple to Add Speech to Any of Your Projects

    InvIoT is launching on Kickstarter a $24 and up TextToSpeech add-on board for the Raspberry Pi or Arduino that converts text to speech via a 3W amp. You can add $12 for an SD card preloaded with...

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  • Nixie Tube Filament Meter for Your 3D Printer

    Nixie tubes are completely outdated, but they still look very cool, which is why makers like to use them to build decorative clocks. Nixie tubes can also be used to display other kinds of information, and this...

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