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“REMIND-INO” Vintage Alarm to Remind Stuff for the Elderly
We all know at least one elderly person. Maybe a family member or friend. As they get older, many of them begin to forget things, some as important as taking their medicines. We could be reminding them...
- Posted 12 months ago
A vintage Boombox with Spotify
If you find an old broken Boombox at home, don’t throw it away! You can turn it into a modern one with Spotify and NFC cassettes. The cassettes will have an NFC tag inside them and each...
- Posted 1 year ago
The vintage weather station based on Arduino Mega
For most of us, getting weather information is as trivial as unlocking a smartphone or turning on a computer. But, in all of this, it lacks a certain panache that old weather stations had with their analog...
- Posted 1 year ago
DIY an Arduino-Powered Phonograph MP3 Player
“The problem with high tech music players is they don’t have any flash! They non conspicuously just produce music from a drab dull lifeless box. In the times of early music the mechanisms to reproduce sound were fantastic....
- Posted 4 years ago
MNT Reform: DIY a 3D Printed Vintage Laptop
The MNT Reform is a modular, open source laptop made with 3D printed parts and inspired by classic PCs like the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64. Designed by Lukas F. Hartmann, the fun computer uses a...
- Posted 5 years ago
PiDP-8/I replica with Raspberry Pi
Remaking the PDP-8/I using the Pi, simh & a replica front panel: a true catching project! Goal: a (very) low cost full replica of the PDP-8/I. Design: use the $20 Raspberry PI Model A+, a custom front...
- Posted 7 years ago