Posts with «other boards» label

This Week in Making: A Robotic Painter, Unboxing Our Latest Issue, and More

Make: did a live unboxing of Make: magazine Volume 57. Also, just a weekly reminder to buy a Mother's Day gift and your Maker Faire tickets.

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The Open-V, World’s First RISC-V-based Open Source Microcontroller

A fully open source, Arduino-compatible microcontoller based on the RISC-V architecture.

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Making a Pizza Box MIDI Controller with Conductive Paint

Paint a fun and funky MIDI input device for making music on a pizza box.

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Nvidia Jetson TX1 Cat Spotter and Laser Teaser

The Jetson TX1 Cat Spotter uses advanced neural networking to recognize when there's a cat in the room — and then starts teasing it with a laser.

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How to Develop a Sellable Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) Product

Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) is a great bluetooth solution for your electronics product even if energy use isn't a factor.

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Turn Your Electronics Project into a Sellable Product

Do you dream of developing a hot, new hardware gadget and bringing it to market? Maybe your goal is to make the world better with your product, or perhaps you just want to get filthy rich selling your product. Developing a project prototype using an Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or other […]

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Build a Dual Thermostat for Precise Preset Temperatures

You'd think there'd be something like a dual set point thermostat on the market already, but it doesn't look like there is. Guess you'll just have to make one.

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Microduino Unveils Stackable LittleBits Alternative

mCookies are the stackable, Arduino-compatible circuit boards that look like Microduino's answer to LittleBits.

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CNN Shows Adafruit Part During Bombing Segment

A sharp-eyed Twitter user noticed that during a breaking news segment about the crash of the Russian Metrojet Flight 9268 in Egypt this week, CNN briefly displayed an Adafruit Industries component while discussing the possibility that an Isis bomb might have brought down the aircraft. Adafruit is an open-source hardware company that sells Arduino, […]

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Microsoft Announces Windows IoT Support for Arduino and DragonBoard

Microsoft is getting their latest OS into the Maker scene through SBC integration. Their latest update adds support for Arduino and Dragonboard.

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