Posts with «technology» label

E-Paper Hacking with Ben Krasnow

Exploring the latest generation of e-paper, how it works, and how you can program and hack the display.

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This Week in Making: Hackaday 2017 Grand Prize Winner and DIY Pinball Machine

This week, check out the Grand Prize winner of Hackaday 2017: an open source underwater drone that's both cheap and easy to make.

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Build a Thermoelectric-Cooled Drinkibot

John Park uses a Peltier cooler, a Trinket M0, and CircuitPython to build a drink-dispensing and cooling robot.

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Control Your Light Switches from Your Phone

Ahmet Akif Kaya built a system. that incorporates an Arduino, Bluetooth module, and servo. to control his light switch from his cel phone.

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MOVI Adds Voice Control to Arduino Projects

MOVI is designed to provide onboard speech recognition and synthesis, making it easy to add voice control to your Arduino based project.

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Prank Your Friends with This Chirping, Blinking Throwie

This tiny circuit will annoy friends and family with its piezo buzzer that makes unwanted sounds, and an LED that will blink in the wee hours of the night.

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When Things Start to Gossip and Other Computational Matters

What are the implications of our devices exchanging information about our identities, abilities, and actions? They're all quite the gossip.

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Arduino Widens Wireless Offerings With Two New Boards

Today at World Maker Faire New York, Massimo Banzi took stage to unveil two new Arduino boards, the long-range radio (LoRa)-equipped MKR WAN 1300 and the cellular-capable MKR GSM 1400. 

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Maker Spotlight: Daniel Zimmerman

An engineering manager, Daniel Zimmerman enjoys tinkering on basement tech projects that further automate his home.

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Telling the Time with Robots, Lasers, and Phosphorescence

What's cooler than a clock that draws the time with a marker? One that does it with a laser of course! Build your own.

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