FailureBot 5 “ A Line Following Robot

"The objectives of the FailureBot project originated simply as ˜build a line-following robot™. However, it somehow evolved into a 3-year robotics experiment. My first attempt to build a robot was such a complete failure that I jokingly called it ˜FailureBot™."

Tube Breadboard

Some time ago I built a bench power supply to be used with experimental tube circuits.  It was a very cool build experience and resulted in a flexible, powerful unit for supplying all of the various voltages needed with most tube projects as well as an instructable on it.  At the time, I didn't have...By: BasinStreetDesignContinue Reading »

Electromagnetic Spiderman Webshooter Railgun / Grappling Hook

As technology continues to advance, make-believe props and technology from movies are coming closer and closer to reality. [Patrick Priebe] has managed to put together a working Spiderman Webshooter with the help of electromagnets!

He™s built a tiny coil gun that puts out 100 Joules of energy using a 350V capacitor bank, which straps cleanly to his wrist over top of a Spiderman costume glove. It makes the classic high-pitched hum as it charges, and launches a small barbed brass arrow capable of skewering Styrofoam.

He didn™t stop there though! He™s created a handy little winch using a small high-powered ¦ Read the rest

I2S Audio And SPI Display With An Ethernet Module

[kgsws] is working on a small project that requires some audio and a display of some sort. While this project can be easily completed with a bigish microcontroller or ARM board, he™s taking a much simpler route: the entire project is built around a cheap router module, giving this project amazing expandability for a very meager price.

The router module in question is the HLK-RM04 from Hi-Link, commonly found via the usual Chinese resellers for about $25. On board this module is a UART, Ethernet, and a WiFi adapter along with a few GPIO pins for interfacing with the ¦ Read the rest

Need An Idea For Your Next Kickstarter? Check Out This Kickstarter!

Kickstarter has become the most powerful force in kickstarting new hardware projects, video games, documentaries, and board games, and now everyone wants a piece of the action. The problem obviously isn™t product development and engineering; you can just conjure that up with a little bit of Photoshop and some good PR. The only you really need for a good Kickstarter is an idea, and META is just the tool for the job. It™s the Arduino-powered Motivational Electronic Text Adviser, the perfect device to generate the next big idea in the world of crowdfunding.

The Arduino-powered META includes three buttons ¦ Read the rest

Sci-Fi Contest Roundup: Science Nonfiction

Yep, we have a Sci-Fi contest on our hands, with a week to go until entries are due. There are amazing prizes for the best Sci-Fi build, but in the spirit of the Internet, a few teams have elected to put together a science nonfiction project. We won™t hold that against them, because these builds are really, really cool.

Rockin™ bogie, man

First up in the ˜real life science fiction™ category is an adorable little rocker bogie robot designed and built by a team at MADspace, the Eindhoven Hackerspace.

A rocker bogie suspension is rather unique in that it can ¦ Read the rest

LED Bike Helmet Gets Shouts #WearableWednesday

K-Fai Steele started to get concerned about riding her bike without a helmet as she heard more stories about head injuries. However, the thought of having the typical helmet just seemed like a downer. Luckily she stumbled across our LED Helmet tutorial that fit her fashion needs. I feel like when you put a helmet [¦]

Neopixel altimeter in action! #WearableWednesday

Neopixel altimeter in action! ” aonsquared (@aonsquared) April 21, 2014 We™ve posted about aonsquared˜s neopixel project before but it™s super cool to see it in action! Every Wednesday is Wearable Wednesday here at Adafruit! We™re bringing you the blinkiest, most fashionable, innovative, and useful wearables from around the web and in our own original [¦]

Dog Gets Amazing Technicolor LED Raincoat #WearableWednesday

Gladys Delgado-Garced of DogGoneCouture is creating some of the best examples of wearable tech for dogs, and this raincoat is no exception. BlinkyTape LED strips have been inserted into clear vinyl pockets to form little matrices. The BlinkyTape allows you to generate interesting color patterns using easy-to-use software, so she had colors mingling in no [¦]

The Faint’s new high-tech live tour features Adafruit neopixels! @thefaint #neopixels #wearablewednesday

The creators project sat down with The Faint to talk about their new tour and they name dropped Adafruit! Can you talk about the new show, and the programming you™ve done for it? We™re certainly still in the middle of it. I™m using a few programs to create the content. We have lights that are [¦]

This Jacket Heated by Arduino #WearableWednesday

A group of physical computing students in Italy have created a stylish jacket with heat functionality. The zipper activates a heating unit in the collar, while capacitive sensors initiate heaters in the pockets. The jacket uses an Arduino Uno and comes complete with IKEA-like instructions on the inside flap. We actually think the instructions are [¦]

Stopmotion Oculus Rift Animation #WearableWednesday

5 Oculus Rift Facts ” Fact Surgery by Jake at Vsauce3

FLORAbrella – LED Umbrella with NeoPixels #WearableWednesday

You™ll be a rainbow in any storm with the FLORAbrella. With its NeoPixel LED strips and color sensor, you™ll be able to match your clothing, or display rainbow and rain patterns. Get ready to have an entourage at the next parade! Follow along with the FLORAbrella guide on the Adafruit Learning System where you™ll find [¦]

LED Bib Necklace #WearableWednesday

Agy writes: I™ve always wanted to make a bib necklace but didn™t get around to doing it as I wasn™t really sure what materials to use. Then a friend passed me an old jean skirt that no longer fitted her toddler. I used the jeans as the necklace base and strengthened it with felt. I [¦]

Code Mode Light

Code Mode Light @ Fairgoods. Jessica Hische has spent a lot of time learning web design and development over the past few years ” and a lot of time asking her husband for help. œI noticed his concentration was impenetrable when he was coding and to bring him out of it was to wish death [¦]

UV-Detecting Hat with FLORA #WearableWednesday

Liz in the Adafruit forums writes: You can™t really see without a video, but the display alternates between showing the current UV index and the total exposure since turning the hat on. When the exposure display fills all the pixels, I™ve reached the ˜barely perceptible 24 hours later sunburn™ level and it™s time to go [¦]

Upgrading the OpenWrt-Yun image on the Yún

Today we released the upgraded version of the OpenWrt-Yun image on the Arduino Yún. This version includes all the latest and greatest from stable OpenWrt, the latest (Python) Bridge (with a php contribution and fixes to the file module), we also added Mailbox support to REST api and other fixes to some open issues. The [¦]

2048: Embedded Edition

How ™bout that 2048 game? Pretty addictive, huh? Almost as addictive as embedded systems are, at least if you™re [Andrew]. Armed (pun intended) with a Nucleo F4 and a Gameduino 2 shield, he decided to have a go at making an embedded version of the popular tile pusher web game.

If you™re unfamiliar with the Nucleo boards from STMicroelectronics, check out our post on the Nucleo family from a couple of months ago. The Gameduino 2 shield ships with a 4.3³ touchscreen driven by an FT800 GPU EVE. [Andrew] wrote his own driver for it and his blog post goes ¦ Read the rest

Sci-Fi Contest Roundup: Doctor Who

What™s a Sci-Fi contest without entries from the longest running sci-fi TV show, Doctor Who?

Sonic Screwdriver Door Lock

Ah yes, the iconic Sonic Screwdriver, able to get the Doctor out of almost any jam ” with style.

Started this project over a year ago, [Daniel] figured a Sci-Fi contest was a good enough excuse to get around to finishing it.

Using a Raspberry Pi and a microphone, the lock unlocks when the python script detects a sound signature that matches previously recorded Sonic Screwdriver™s hums ” meaning friends with novelty Sonic Screwdrivers can join in the fun ¦ Read the rest

HummingBoard, The Vastly More Powerful Raspi


The Raspberry Pi has been around for a while now, and while many boards that hope to take the Pi™s place at the top of the single board ARM Linux food chain, not one has yet succeeded. Finally, there may be a true contender to the throne. It™s called the HummingBoard, and packs a surprising amount of power and connectivity into the same size and shape as the venerable Raspberry Pi.

The HummingBoard uses a Freescale i.MX6 quad core processor running at 1GHz with a Vivante GC2000 GPU. There™s 2GB of RAM, microSD card slot, mSATA connector, Gigabit ¦ Read the rest

Adafruit and Solve for X Present: Moonshot Meet Up with Ayah Bdeir from littleBits on Google+ Friday, April 25 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET

Adafruit and Solve for X Present: Moonshot Meet Up with Ayah Bdeir from littleBits on Google+ Friday, April 25 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET. +Solve For X is a place to hear about and discuss radical technology ideas for solving global problems. Created by Google, +Solve for X embraces moonshot pioneers with a Huge [¦]

Make Your Own Battlestar Galactica Sidearm Replica

Even though I look at tons of cosplay stuff, I sometimes forget that anything can be fashioned from PVC foam (Sintra is one option). Instructables user Goombah Squad used the material to make some cool Battlestar Galactica guns to go with his costume. After he purchased blueprints from another builder, he used the foam to [¦]

Pro Trinket 5V final proto testing!

From the desk of Ladyada “ Pro Trinket 5V final proto testing!

Bionics pioneer Hugh Herr’s prosthetic ankle mimics the power and control of its biological counterpart #WearableWednesday

MIT News has a great profile on Hugh Herr and his incredible work on bionics. These days, Hugh Herr, an associate professor of media arts and sciences at MIT, gets about 100 emails daily from people across the world interested in his bionic limbs. Messages pour in from amputees seeking prostheses and from media outlets [¦]

Twitter Controlled Pet Feeder

A great project for busy pet owners. This Twitter-Controlled pet feeder automatically dispenses food in response to activity on your Twitter account. The project is controlled by an Arduino and uses the SEEED Ethernet shield to receive data from Twitter. I hacked this automatic Pet Feeder from Am...By: amandaghassaeiContinue Reading »

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