Sending SMS with Arduino || TC35 GSM Module

In this small project I will show you how to use a TC35 GSM module properly and how to use it with an Arduino Uno to send a SMS with it. Watch the video! This video gives you all the information you need, so you will not destroy the TC35 while you use. I will give you some additional tips in the...By: GreatScottLabContinue Reading »

3D Printed Shoes and the Coolest Hello World Boards You’ve Ever Seen at Fab Academy

The Fab Academy program is a distributed educational model providing advanced digital fabrication instruction for students through a unique, hands-on curriculum and access to technological tools and resources. In this series, Erin, aka RobotGrrl shares her experiences with the program as she progresses through the courses. In this adventure we worked [¦]

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Learn About PSoC and BLE in Upcoming Online Tutorials

Wilcher will be teaching one 45-minute session each weekday next week on his experience with the PSoC 4 BLE kit

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Home-Made Biomass Gasifier

"So what is A biomass gasifier? Basically is a chemical reactor that converts wood, or other biomass substances, into a combustible gas that can be burned for heating, cooking, or for running an internal combustion engine. This is achieved by partially combusting the biomass in the reactor, and using the heat generated to pyrolyse or [¦]

SparkFun Stair Climbing Robot Challenge

In case you missed it, SparkFun recently held the Actobotics Stair Climber Challenge competition, where you could build a robot capable of ascending stairs and win some sweet SparkFun cash!

The contest is over now and the winners have just been announced ” and some of the bots the contestants came up with are just plain awesome!

First prize went to the [Jaeger Family] who built a wheeled robot that can roll right up stairs without even batting an eyelash ” it™s pretty cool to see. Check that out and more below.

We really like the second place winner though ¦read more

A Laptop with an External Graphics Card?

It used to be that desktop computers reigned king in the world of powerful computing, and to some extent, they still do. But laptops are pretty powerful these days, and in our experience, a lot of engineering companies have actually swapped over to them for resource hungry 3D CAD applications ” But what if you still need a bit more power?

Well, [Kamueone] wasn™t satisfied with the performance of his Razer Blade GTX870m laptop, so he decided to hack it and give it its own external graphics card.

Now unfortunately this really isn™t quite a simple as running some PCIE ¦read more

Training Fish to feed Themselves

We™ve featured quite a few aquarium and fish feeder hacks on our blog. [RoboPandaPDX] thought of taking it up a notch and make an interactive fish feeder. He built a Fish feeder that train™s them to feed themselves.

A copper bar hangs from the middle of a metal cylinder “ much like a bell. The end of the bar has a fish lure. When a fish pushes the lure, the copper bar touches the metal cylinder and  closes the circuit. This signal goes to an Arduino. To catch the attention of the fishes and to œteach them, an RGB LED ¦read more

Uruk-Hai Armor for Your Inner Orc

The Uruk-hai are the worst of the worst of orcs as far as I™m concerned. In the Lord of the Rings films, we see Saruman create his own army of Uruk-hai in The Two Towers. They™re stronger than regular orcs and are more resistant to sunlight. They™re hulking and gruesome and the kind of bad [¦]

The MagPi in the Apple App Store #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

You can now read The MagPi on your iPhone or iPad using their app! Check it out here. The MagPi is the official Raspberry Pi magazine. Every month it offers brilliant features, amazing home-made projects and the very best selection of tips and tutorials for Raspberry Pi enthusiasts of all ages.¨¨Subscribe and save: ¨¨Purchase a [¦]

Happy Birthday to Elsie MacGill “Queen of the Hurricanes” and the first female aircraft designer #WHM15 #WomensHistoryMonth

Happy Birthday to Elsie MacGill, œQueen of the Hurricanes! Elizabeth Muriel Gregory œElsie MacGill, OC, known as the œQueen of the Hurricanes, was the world™s first female aircraft designer. She worked as an aeronautical engineer during the Second World War and did much to make Canada a powerhouse of aircraft construction during her years at [¦]

Make an oscilloscope with an Erector set, Legos, littleBits and #raspberrypi #piday @Raspberry_Pi

laseroscope from KRA5H on Vimeo. From Science 2.0 Square Root of Not via Raspberry Pi Pod: Build a laser oscilloscope using Lego, littleBits, Erector set, and the Kano Computer. In honor of The International Year of Light I™ll demonstrate how use the Kano computer to drive a littleBits motor with an optical coupler, or optocoupler. [¦]

There’s Only A Month Left in the Pitch Your Prototype Challenge

There™s just over a month left to submit your own project to the Pitch Your Prototype challenge, a collaboration between Make: magazine and Cornell University with the goal of digging up promising prototypes from the Maker community. The individual or team that wins the challenge will be awarded $5,000 and have [¦]

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7 Lamps Illuminate the Roots of the Maker Movement

[contextly_sidebar id=NtK6hD7hDeszOfqcSZlv0cNQcOFXvCrX] Scottish-born designer, Dean Brown, sees strong connections between the Arts & Crafts Movement of the late 1800s “ early 1900s and today™s Maker Movement. One of the visionaries behind Arts & Crafts was John Ruskin. In 1849, Ruskin wrote The 7 Lamps of Architecture, which served as something [¦]

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MakerCon Launch Pad Competition: Meet the Judges

MakerCon, the only conference by and for leaders of the Maker Movement, enters its second year with a first: Launch Pad. A competition aimed at young new hardware startups with an actual product to demo and less than $3 million in funding, Launch Pad allows new Maker Pros to gain [¦]

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New Project: Battery Clip Transistor Tester

When it comes to transistors, I™m a fan of NPNs (versus PNPs) for their ubiquity and reliability, and because I™ve memorized many of their specifications over time. Transistors come in many types and packages, and I find myself most-often working with TO-92 package bipolar junction transistors “ or BJTs. These [¦]

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Ambitious 3D spectrum analyzer holds 1280 LEDs

We have seen many LED cube projects that can generate lots of great effects. Sometimes the problem is that in too large cubes inner layers are hardly visible. So what if to build a LED based rectangle with less layers of LEDs. Dooievriend have found great combination of 3D effect ¦ Continue reading

Circuit Building Basics

Breadboard Basics for Absolute Beginners Use a real Bread-Board for prototyping your circuit Circuit Building 101 Build a Simple Circuit from a Pizza Box (No Soldering) Make Conductive Glue and Glue a Circuit Simple Blinking LED Circuit By: PGiustinoContinue Reading »

How to Protect any 18650 Cell

In this instructable I'll show you a very useful life hack that is used to protect any 18650 cell. You can make it only with an old cell phone battery and with some wires. The Lithium ion batteries that are used in phones have a build in protection circuit, that automatically turns off if the voltag...By: ImetomiContinue Reading »

MaKey MaKey Piano

Play simple piano chords with the touch of a button using MaKey MaKey. What is a MaKey MaKey? A MaKey MaKey is a board that turns any conductive object into a key on your keyboard! In this case, we'll be using it to play four piano chords using four different Play-Doh buttons. Materials Needed ...By: fablabbaltimoreContinue Reading »

We Have a Problem: Household Electrical

Hackaday, we have a problem. The electricity in your house is on. It™s always on. How fast are those kilowatt-hours ticking by and what is causing it? For most people the only measurement they have of this is the meter itself (which nobody looks at), and the electric bill (which few people actually analyze). Is it silly that people pay far more attention to the battery usage on their phone than the electricity consumption in their abode? I think it is, and so appears another great seed idea for Hackaday Prize entries.

A Better Way to Measure

The tough part ¦read more

Generating the Mandelbrot Set With IBM Mainframes

[Ken Shirriff] is apparently very cool, and when he found out the Computer History Museum had a working IBM 1401 mainframe, he decided to write a program. Not just any program, mind you; one that would generate a Mandelbrot fractal on a line printer.

The IBM 1401 is an odd beast. Even though it™s a fully transistorized computer, these transistors are germanium. These transistors are stuffed onto tiny cards with resistors, caps, and diodes, than then stuck in a pull-out card cage that, in IBM parlance, is called a ˜gate™. The computer used decimal arithmetic, and things like ˜bytes™ wouldn™t ¦read more

Caption CERN Contest Enters Week 8

The Caption CERN Contest has been going great guns thanks to the community of users over on The contest just finished up its seventh week of finding funny captions for images which CERN has in their archives. CERN has decades of great photo documentation of their projects. Unfortunately they don™t know which project each image goes with, or who exactly is in the image. We™re helping them out where we can, by letting CERN know any information we can find on their photos. We™re also having some fun along the way, by giving out a T-Shirt for the best ¦read more

Female Scientist of the day: Cornelia Clapp #WHM15 #WomensHistoryMonth

Cornelia Clapp was the first woman to receive a doctorate in biology in the U.S. Cornelia Maria Clapp (March 17, 1849 “ December 31, 1934) was an American zoologist and academic specializing in marine biology. She was born in Montague, MA, the first daughter and oldest child of two teachers, and was rated as one [¦]

Xrobots R6 Droid Head

Getting the head on R6 which is the last main frame part. Check out part 7a for the CAD files. Every Thursday is #3dthursday here at Adafruit! The DIY 3D printing community has passion and dedication for making solid objects from digital models. Recently, we have noticed electronics projects integrated with 3D printed enclosures, brackets, [¦]

3DPrinted prosthetic hand #3DThursday #3DPrinting

This team of graduates from Sony™s manufacturing industry “ consisting of Gentu Kondo, Hiroshi Yamaura, Tetsuya Konishi and by Akira Morikawa “ are now finally nearing production. Over the past two years they have developed a high quality bionic prosthetic that could cost as little as $300 and have won the first prize in Gugen [¦]

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