Atmel and Arduino Announce Wi-Fi Shield 101 at World Maker Faire

Atmel and Arduino teamed up at World Maker Faire to introduce the Wi-Fi shield 101. [Gary] from Atmel gave us the lowdown on this new shield and its components. The shield is a rather spartan affair, carrying only devices of note: an Atmel WINC1500 WiFi module, and an ATECC108 crypto chip.

The WINC1500 is a nifty little WiFi module in its own right. WINC handles IEEE 802.11 b/g/n at up to 72 Mbps. 72Mbps may not sound like much by today™s standards, but it™s plenty fast for most embedded applications. WINC handles all the heavy lifting of the wireless ¦ Read the rest

Retrotechtacular: The First Atlas Launch

As the Cold War conflict expanded in the 1950s, the Soviet Union dry-tested a hydrogen bomb and defense tactics became a top priority for the United States. Seeking to create a long-range nuclear missile option, the Air Force contracted Convair Astronautics to deliver SM-65 Atlas, the first in series of ICBMs. In the spotlight this week is a sort of video progress report which shows the first launch from Cape Canaveral™s LC-14 on June 11, 1957.

After the angle of attack probe is unsheathed, everyone moves out of the way. The launch is being monitored by base central control, but ¦ Read the rest

The Teensy Audio Library

There are a few ways of playing .WAV files with a microcontroller, but other than that, doing any sort of serious audio processing has required a significantly beefier processor. This isn™t the case anymore: [Paul Stoffregen] has just released his Teensy Audio Library, a library for the ARM Cortex M4 found in the Teensy 3 that does WAV playback and recording, synthesis, analysis, effects, filtering, mixing, and internal signal routing in CD quality audio.

This is an impressive bit of code, made possible only because of the ARM Cortex M4 DSP instructions found in the Teensy 3.1. It won™t ¦ Read the rest

Animated Life: Seeing the Invisible #makereducation

This short film on microbiologist Antoine van Leeuwenhoek is part of a new animated series on important moments of discovery throughout history! from NYTimes: In 1674, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek looked at a drop of lake water through his homemade microscope and discovered an invisible world that no one knew existed. He was an unlikely pioneer [¦]

DIY Ghostbusters Proton Pack

You™re probably not afraid of any ghosts, but if you™re planning to be a Ghostbuster for Halloween you should be prepared to capture them. You™ll need a proton pack, and while it would be wonderful to create a screen accurate replica of the backpack, you can get close with an old backpack, foam, and a [¦]

Forum maintenance – will update when it returns! UPDATE: We’re back

Forum maintenance “ will update when it returns! UPDATE: We™re back, all good.

Ada Sculpture (video) #ArtTuesday

The Ada sculpture is a reference to how Ada Lovelace wrote a series of notes to Charles Babbage about his idea for an śanalytical engine.ť The Ada “ analog interactive installation is a transparent helium balloon about three feet in diameter with 300 charcoal sticks stuck on the balloon, each about 10 inches apart, using [¦]

PourSteady, The BeagleBone Barista #BeagleBoneBlack @TXInstruments @BeagleBoardOrg

Coffee and robotics lovers will love PourSteady, which is a robot barista running on the BeagleBone Black. Baristas may soon have another handy coffee creator by their side in the form of the PourSteady “ a robot that makes five cups of pour-over coffee in parallel by carefully pouring a measured amount of precisely heated [¦]

Open Hardware Summit Afternoon Sessions #OHSummit @OHSummit #RIW

Open Hardware Summit 2014 has continued in the afternoon here in Rome. Here are some more photos from the afternoon sessions! Above, Simone Cicero introduces a speaker. More photos in my Flickr set The Future of Storytelling: A Culture of Co-Creation with Your Audience by Yasmin Elayat Giving manufacturing a new life by Adrian BowyerThe [¦]

Wanted: Long-Term Thinking about Technology and Education #makereducation

This new piece from Scientific American discusses the pacing problems facing educators who are integrating education and technology: The rampant spread of technology-mediated learning has set off fits of hype and hand-wringing”yet the U.S.™s traditional centers of higher education have mostly failed to confront the pace of change and the implications for students. There is [¦]

Ai WeiWei uses 1.2 million LEGO bricks to portray 176 political prisoners and exiles #ArtTuesday

Via inhabitat. Once an infamous prison, Alcatraz is now a national park that attracts 1.5 million visitors each year “ and Chinese artist Ai Weiwei just teamed up with the FOR-SITE Foundation to unveil a series of 7 provocative installations that engage with the island™s history while exploring the issues of human rights and freedom [¦]

BACK IN STOCK – Raspberry Pi Model B+ 512MB RAM

BACK IN STOCK “ Raspberry Pi Model B+ 512MB RAM   OMG OMG OMG, did you hear? There is a brand new Raspberry Pi! And this one™s called the Model B+ and check it out¦more USB ports, more GPIO, better power supply, four mounting holes, less sticky-out SD card! Yep, that™s right, the fantastic engineers [¦]

Tilt Brush – a New 3D Painting Tool #arttuesday

Check out Tilt Brush, a new 3D Painting tool from Skillman & Hackett: Tilt Brush is a Virtual Reality Tool that paints the Space all around you. Paint thick, three-dimensional brush strokes, smoke, stars. Even light. Nominated for three Proto Awards including Best GUI, Best Interaction Design, and Most Innovative Virtual Reality Application. For more [¦]

Artist Profile: Oregon-based Neon Light Craftsman Mike Heist #ArtTuesday

Insight from an artist who has worked in neon signage for the past 30 years. Artist Profile: Oregon-based Neon Light Craftsman Mike Heist. From BOOOOOOOM! Mike Heist has been working in the neon industry in Portland, Oregon for three decades. He has created some of the city™s most iconic neon signs. This is a short film about [¦]

DIY Table Top Electric Plant Watering System #NatureAndTechnology

Make a table top electric plant watering system via instructables Plant watering can sometimes be a pain¦ Here™s a solution that automatically waters plants depending on the moisture of the soil, no timers required! It works like this: when there is water in the reservoir and there is no water in the soil, the pump [¦]

Making of Ghost Trick Beauty’s Intense Wig

Beauty is a character who appears in the supernatural video game Ghost Trick, and she has some seriously wacky hair. It™s a series of loops, and cosplayer Celtic Sakura managed to re-create it even though the style looks impossible. She referenced a tutorial from Kukkii-san and used a wig plus extensions to shape the bizarre [¦]

Arduinolyzer.js: Turn your Arduino into a Logic Analyzer

When I worked at Intel as a hardware designer, I used a logic analyzer to debug microprocessors and chipsets. A logic analyzer is a machine that connects to your circuit and converts what's happening in the circuit into a waveform on a screen. It lets you visually inspect how different parts of the ...By: ptorelliContinue Reading »

Make an Arduino Mega shield

The Arduino platform offers a powerful suite of tools to make interactive electronic devices. For many projects, wiring up a breadboard is all that is needed. But if you have more ambitious plans for developing your device, you may need to build the circuit on a printed circuit board. In this Instru...By: DavidW10Continue Reading »

DIY Speaker - Make your own salt shaker!

You have adventured to the Instructables website, which means you must want to create your own salt shaker! Good choice! Hope you have fun creating and experimenting following these instructions... Set up your hardware! Set up your Arduino, breadboard, playdough and components following this beau...By: techwillsaveusContinue Reading »

Arduino MATERIA 101: simplifying access to the world of 3D printing

After the sneak peak of some days ago, we are happy to officially announce the Arduino 3d printer . Completely open source and affordable, Arduino Materia 101 is a device aiming at simplifying access to the world of 3D printing and rapid prototyping. Materia 101 is a precision 3D printer running on Arduino Mega, designed and [¦]

The Radio Confessional

I built this tiny broadcast room complete with live mics that broadcast to the local radio.  The structure is made of scrap steel and scrap plywood with a faux stucco paint job (paint and bead styrofoam) . The walls on the inside are strung making the entire structure a musical instrument.  The walls […]

Do You Know How To Gut A Fish?

If, by some mysterious turn of events, you end up with a fresh fish on your hands, make sure you know how to handle the situation with this basic tutorial from FOOD52.

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Klapthor™s Robots and the Atlanta Maker Faire

If you live in or around Atlanta, Georgia, or will be there on the weekend of October 4th and 5th, you should consider attending Maker Faire Atlanta. It will take place in downtown Decatur, and parking and other information on attending the event can be found here. If you’re wondering […]

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Eagle Scout Project: 3D Printing In A Public Library

A large part of obtaining Eagle scout status is to do a project that benefits the community. Often these are things like park benches, drinking fountains, etc. Jacob Bruner had different ideas though. He wanted to bring 3D printing to his community. I especially loved the fact that this project […]

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Samsung CLP-365w Laser Printer DIY Imaging Drum Unit reset

This article describes how to get your Samsung printer working again without shelling out a fortune for a new Imaging unit. If you just want to know how to do do it, skip to the next step, the rest of this step is just an explanation of how I figured this out! Note that this worked for my CLP-365w p...By: dean.wildContinue Reading »

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