Manipulate your voice with Mimic Monster and Intel Edison

It™s time to introduce you to another great tutorial made for  Intel Edison.  Mimic Monster is a project allowing you to record soundbites and playing them back manipulated. In this step-by-step project, everyone who is interested in audio features and mods , can find useful information on how to manipulate audio files and create amazing effects from [¦]


Students bring new ideas and innovation at CTC Castilla

Creative Technologies in the Classroom* gives us a lot of joy whenever we visit students™ fairs. Each iteration of CTC (Madrid, Castilla, Barcelona and so forth) has its own technology fair and it is meant to award and congregate students and their projects. Arduino Verkstad, teachers, school and government representatives join as well to celebrate and [¦]


Are you a developer? Take a 10-min survey and shape a new report

How will IoT play out in your ecosystem? Is HTML vs. Native still relevant? Are you using AWS, Azure or Google Cloud? Which are the hottest IoT verticals? These are some of the questions that researchers at VisionMobile address through their 9th edition of Developer Economics research launched at the beginning of this month. You can [¦]


The state of Arduino: a new sister brand announced

The room was packed and carefully listening to Massimo™s keynote about latest development at Arduino during Maker Faire Bay Area 2015. Starting from core values of Arduino, its community and showing the work Arduino team is doing to bring benefits to it: it™s about creating open protocols, bridges and connections, to give more options to [¦]


Robby Cuthbert™s Tensegrity Furniture Designs

Amid the flaming robots and art cars of the 2015 Maker Faire I found an unexpected oasis of beautiful wood furniture and sculptures held together using thin steel cables. Robby Cuthbert™s wood and steel designs take conventional furnishings (tables, lamps, bookshelves) and infuse them with a subtle magic that takes […]

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New Project: Toy Inventor™s Notebook: Build a Classic Cartesian Diver Toy

Cartesian diver toy "Diving Tony" was a cereal box favorite. You can make one quickly from just a few parts. Use clear PETG tubing and a piece of solid styrene to make the diver follow your commands.

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New Project: Intermission Sound Control with Raspberry Pi

A few times a year I volunteer to an arts organization and serve as their śhouse sound and light guy.ť I usually run sound and do the lights for the traveling acts if they don™t have a tech with them. The auditorium is in a rural Minnesota area, but even […]

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Custom Tablesaw Blade Revolutionizes Wood Joints with Single Cut

Anyone who has built their own shop has sunk time into making drawers for a worktable. Andrew Klein has invented a sawblade profile that turns making drawers into simple origami. There are many traditional ways to build a drawer, but they all at minimum involve cutting four sides and a bottom […]

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Make these Denim Projects for the Blue Jeans™ 142nd Birthday

For the past 142 years, blue jeans have been a favorite of men and women with dirty and tough jobs due to their durability and comfort. Created on May 20th, 1873 by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss, they would go on to become a staple in homes and workshops worldwide. The […]

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Review: Giant Hexbugs are Unique R/C Robots

This collaboration between Hexbug and Vex robotics sits squarely at the intersection between toys and robots. These are surprisingly large radio controlled beasts that, at the flip of a switch, become autonomous. With a price tag ranging from $50 to $90 depending on which model you get, they are certainly cheaper […]

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New Project: POV Workbench Filming Rig

This sweet POV rig built from aluminum t-slot beams will help you keep your hands free to shoot sweet workbench videos.

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New Project: Making a Simple Air Muscle

A father™s love inspired this A-bomb maker to invent a pneumatic actuator that™s used in robots today.

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DFRobot Encourages the Open Hardware Community

DFRobot is a Shanghai-based open source hardware facilitator whose mission is to encourage people to develop their own products and simply enable more rapid project creation. We caught up with Hector Saldana of DFRobot to find out more about the company’s offerings. Saldana notes one of their main focuses of […]

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Drumroll Please for the Ribbon Winners from Maker Faire Bay Area!

This year’s Maker Faire Bay Area has come to a close, and while we are sad to see it go, it also gave us the opportunity to acknowledge the hard work of those Makers who brought the best, most fun, engaging, memorable, and educational exhibits. One of the biggest perks of […]

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A Large Hexapod Made of Wood and PVC

"A few months ago I had the idea to build a large hexapod using PVC pipe as the legs, wood for the body, and windshield-wiper motors for the actuators. Unlike my last hexapod robot, PegLeg, the middle legs would use 2 motors for lifting, allowing both to be controlled separately. This left the potential for [¦]


PyroEDU Lesson On IR Proximity Sensors!

This week we are learning about proximity sensors in our new PyroEDU course: An Introduction To Sensors. In this lesson we™ll look at everything there is to know about IR Proximity Sensors. Here™s a quick intro of what this PyroEDU lesson is all about: Knowing if something is in front of you is very useful [¦]


Hackaday Prize Entry: Open Source Hydroponic Monitoring System

A few months ago, [Adam] was building a controller system for a small hydroponic system he had set up in his basement. Since then, the Hackaday Prize was announced, and given the theme “ saving the world one plant at a time “ he™s renvisioning his garden control and monitoring system as a Hackaday Prize entry.

While the mechanical and green part of the build is exactly what you would expect from something designed from hardware store parts, the electronics are rather interesting. All the plants in either a hydroponic or dirt-based setup will have their moisture level and PH ¦read more



Large Seven-Segment Clock Build Takes Time To Perfect

[Kevin Rye] built a discrete TTL based seven-segment clock, and he wasn™t too happy with the ugly insides compared to the nice enclosure he built for it. He embarked on creating another large seven-segment clock to put inside that enclosure.

Clocks, and specifically seven-segment based ones, aren™t anything new to write about. This particular project, which is still work in progress, is interesting. [Kevin] is an experienced hacker, but the problems he encountered and resolved along the way could prove useful to a fellow hacker someday.

To start with, he tried rectifying his old build. But in his own words ¦read more



Adafruit And The Arduinos At Maker Faire

The apparent lull on the Arduino front the last few weeks was just the calm before the storm that is the Bay Area Maker Faire (BAMF). Both companies claiming the Arduino name were there over the weekend, with news and new products in tow. Ironically, you could see from one booth straight over to the other. Small world.

Perhaps the biggest news from Arduino LLC is that hacker-friendly Adafruit is now going to be making officially-licensed boards in the US. Competing with this news, Arduino SRL brought its new boards, including the Yun Mini and ARM-powered Arduino M0. And [Massimo ¦read more



Make a Rotating Globe with a Stepper Motor and Arduino #Arduino

From instructables user gaelreinaudi: This instructable describes how to upgrade your globe to a motorized version. It looks amazingly better on the shelf when it is slowly rotating, and any demonstration with your kids (to explain the day/night cycle or the seasons) will gain in interest. No need to rotate the globe by hand while [¦]


How to turn styrofoam into solid aluminum

Cool video via The King of Random. Here™s how to turn almost any styrofoam creation you can think up, into solid aluminum. It™s almost like magic! See more metal casting experiments: http://bit.ly/PopCanMelting Read more.


Connecting Science and Music #MusicMonday

This article from the Kennedy Center™s Arts Edge is a great introduction to the science of sound. Be sure to check out the full article to learn more about the unique sounds of different instruments. From The Kennedy Center™s Arts Edge: What do science and music have in common? More than you might think. In [¦]


The Arduino Powered Fibonacci Clock

This project tutorial from pchretien on instructables is both visually stunning and well documented. I present to you the Fibonacci Clock, a clock for nerds with style. Beautiful and fun at the same time, the clock uses the famous Fibonacci sequence to display time in a brand new way. Read more.


Lily, the Selfie Drone #drone #droneday

From Tech Crunch: Those annoyed with the selfie stick trend should batten down the hatches, as the quest for better self-portraits is only going to get weirder. As the technology that lets professional drones capture beautiful shots from algorithmically-determined angles trickles down to more reasonably-priced consumer gadgets, it™s not hard to envision a family buying [¦]


Space album coming soon! #Space #MusicMonday

Col. Chris Hadfield is one of our favorite astronauts “ his latest project is a full album™s worth of music written and recorded in space! Coming fall 2015. Check out more info on his tumblr here.


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