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Weights and Measures Week 2015: On the Path to Tomorrow Department of Commerce. It™s held annually during the first week of March to commemorate President John Adams™s signing of the first U.S. weights and measures law on March 2, 1799, but you may not be aware of it. Weights and Measures Week is when [¦]


#3DPrinted Solder Fume Extractor #3DThursday #3DPrinting

sneakypoo shares: Some people like the smell of solder but it™s usually a good idea to avoid breathing it if you can, this will help you do so. download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:69729 Every Thursday is #3dthursday here at Adafruit! The DIY 3D printing community has passion and dedication for making solid objects from digital [¦]


˜Bioprinting™ Officially Becomes a Word, Enters Oxford Dictionaries #3DThursday #3DPrinting

3dprint.com writes: ˜bioprinting™ is now recognized as an English word according to one of the leading online dictionaries, Oxford Dictionaries. According to the online reference, the definition is as follows: œThe use of 3D printing technology with materials that incorporate viable living cells, e.g. to produce tissue for reconstructive surgery. read more on: http://3dprint.com/47533/bioprinting-definition/ Every [¦]


Skyrim Armor for a Human and a Horse

It takes a certain level of dedication to not only make a costume for yourself but to also make one for an animal companion. Ewenae Cosplay has a large cosplay portfolio full of armor builds so it™s no surprise she was up to the task of outfitting her horse with Skyrim Dovahkiin armor to match [¦]


#3DPrinted Mini Joystick Housing #3DThursday #3DPrinting

chetjohnston shares: This is a two-piece housing for the very inexpensive PS2 joystick modules that you can get on eBay. They are widely available for less than $2 each with free shipping. download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:700346 Every Thursday is #3dthursday here at Adafruit! The DIY 3D printing community has passion and dedication for making [¦]


#3DPrinted Wind Turbines #3DThursday #3DPrinting

A Small Wind Turbine to Make a Big Difference “ University of Windsor PhD student Kyle Bassett presents his pitch for small 3D printed wind turbines for electrification in remote communities. read more on: 3dprintingindustry.com Every Thursday is #3dthursday here at Adafruit! The DIY 3D printing community has passion and dedication for making solid objects [¦]


XRobots – Iron Man Hulkbuster Framing out the Lower Legs and Feet #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Part 26 of my Age of Ultron Hulkbuster Inspired Suit. Time to frame out the feet with 3D printed parts which is the last large piece. read more on: http://xrobots.co.uk/hulkbuster 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 [¦]


Maker’s Muse Flashforge Dreamer Review #3DThursday #3DPrinting

The Flashforge Dreamer delivers dual extruders and a 230 x 150 x 150mm build volume in a fully enclosed printing space. Is it any good??? Watch to find out! 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 [¦]


Sentry turret-style robot will detect motion, then track and fire at object #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Awesome project from matt-desmarais on GitHub. This project licensed under GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt Attach the Raspberry pi servo hat to the Raspberry pi, x-axis servo on 0 and y-axis servo on 3 Upload the arduinosketch.ino to your arduino uno with relay shield Attach Raspberry pi to Arduino Uno with usb cable A sentry [¦]


Philip Organ’s VNC tutorial #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

From RaspberryPi.org: Philip Organ is a regular attendee at the Cambridge Raspberry Jams. He™s ten now; we first met him back when he was seven, when he sent us a video of a game he™d written for his Pi. Philip™s Pi shenanigans were impressive then, but he™s come on leaps and bounds in three years. [¦]


Illumaphone: Light-based Musical Instrument with Arduino

Ever wanted to build your own electronic musical instrument? In this Instructable, I walk through the build process for my Illumaphone, a light-based, spatial musical instrument that I built for Jeff Snyder's Computer Music class at Princeton. It consists of six coffee cups. Wave your hands over the...By: bonnieeContinue Reading »


Internet of things ESP8266 basic code Adruino to update data

Dear all, Internet of thing (IoT) is now a revolution, listen all objects via wifi connection. I also read this new on newspaper, and then I buy module ESP8266 to test. Starting to play this module I also search all document on web,I face with some problem and cost a few hours for this test. I pos...By: TamNguyenE11Continue Reading »


Internet Controlled Arduino (no Ethernet shield)

Ethernet Shields are a lot of fun, but they can be expensive. In this project I will show you how to control your Arduino from any computer that is connected to the internet, without using an Ethernet shield. This project is completely free, assuming you already have an Arduino. Ingredients: ...By: ZachariahZebadeeContinue Reading »


(Ascensor) Elevator model using Arduino, App Inventor and other free software

ESPConstrucción, paso a paso, de un ascensor a escala usando arduino (como controlador del motor y entradas y salidas por bluetooth), app inventor (para diseño de aplicación como panel de control del ascensor) y freeCAD y LibreCAD para diseño.Abajo encontraréis 3 archivos:inoelevator.zip - código ar...By: juanitogContinue Reading »


Meet The Winners of the Last Pitch Your Prototype Challenge

With the current Pitch Your Prototype challenge submission period now open, let’s take a look at a winning team from a previous round. Design that Matters is a nonprofit founded by a team of MIT students to create tools to help meet basic needs in the developing world. In 2013, they’d developed a barebones phototherapy system […]

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Extreme Cardboarding: The Superman Snow Shovel

Oh, the joys of winter! Regardless if you live in North America, Europe, East Asia or even The Middle East, this winter has been extreme and annoying! Use whatever hyperbole you want to describe the unforgiving weather: “snowpocalypse,” “snowmageddon,” “snowtastrophe,” “blizzaster” or my favorite “Keyser Snowz.” I think we can […]

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Reviews: MicroView, Navio Autopilot Shield and More Boards

MicroView $40 : sparkfun.com It can be tough to know what your Arduino is thinking sometimes. That™s why the folks at Geek Ammo created MicroView, a chip-sized Arduino-compatible module with a built-in 64×48 pixel OLED display on top. It has 12 digital I/O pins, three of which are capable of […]

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Etched Brass Hellraiser Puzzle Box Prop Is Easy and Beautiful

  There are arguably no more iconic characters in the Horror genre than the Cenobites from the Hellraiser movie series. The evil entities are summoned to this world through a ˜schism™ opened up after solving a puzzle box. The unlucky puzzle solvers then undergo body mutilations that are designed to […]

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Interview: Egypt™s Maker Movement Gears Up for Cairo Faire

Note: The following is an interview between Bilal Ghalib and Omar El-Safty conducted at the Fab Lab Egypt in Cairo about the very first Maker Faire in Egypt. The event is happening this weekend, March 7, 2015. Go to the Cairo Mini Maker Faire website for more information.     […]

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Simple 6X USB Charger with Current Monitor

"This is a simple 6 port USB device charger with a individual current monitor on each port. The charging current is indicated using RGB LEDs. Blue means slow charge, green means 250mA to 750mA, red means over 750mA, and purple means over 1500mA. This circuit involves an ATmega328P, INA169, and a OKR-T10-W12."


Creative Electronics student projects

This is a sample of what students can do when they are given control, trust and access to their creativity! All projects were developed for 'Electrónica Creativa' (Creative Electronics), a BEng Electronic Engineering 4th year module at the University of Malaga, School of Telecommunication (http:/...By: Electronica CreativaContinue Reading »


Batteries No More! (LM2596 on Trimmer)

Ever wanted to stop using crazy amounts of AA batteries for small devices and wanted to plug it in the wall instead? Well then just use this Basic regulator LM2596. The LM2596 Module can regulate an input voltage of 4.5v to 40v into an output voltage of 1.5v to 37v. Materials : -Device you want to m...By: WYN soldierContinue Reading »


Solar Panel System Monitoring Device Using Arduino

[Carl] recently upgraded his home with a solar panel system. This system compliments the electricity he gets from the grid by filling up a battery bank using free (as in beer) energy from the sun. The system came with a basic meter which really only shows the total amount of electricity the panels produce. [Carl] wanted to get more data out of his system. He managed to build his own monitor using an Arduino.

The trick of this build has to do with how the system works. The panel includes an LED light that blinks 1000 times for each kWh ¦read more



Revive The Demoscene with a LayerOne Demoscene Board

Demos, the demoscene, and all the other offshoots of computer arts had their beginning as intros for cracked Apple II, Speccy, and Commodore 64 games. Give it a few years, and these simple splash screens would evolve into a technological audio-visual experience. This is the birth of the demoscene, where groups of programmers would compete to create the best demonstration of computer graphics and audio.

For one reason or another, this demoscene was mostly confined to Europe; even today, 30 years after the Commodore 64, the North American demoscene is just a fraction of the size of the European ¦read more



Fail of the Week: Hair Dryer as Light Switch

Home electrical, it™s really not that hard. But when you™re dealing with the puzzles left for your by someone else things can get really weird. [Daniel™s] sister and her husband ran into this recently. The video demonstration of their fail includes a lot of premature laughter, but it™s worth hanging in there¦ you™ll quickly see why she can™t contain her amusement.

The project at hand is a replacing a bathroom fan with a simple light fixture. Once the swap was made the light switch works just as anticipated. But a second switch which used to control a different light now ¦read more



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