Posts with «technology» label

Circuito.io Helps Beginners Assemble Electronic Projects

Use Circuito.io to drag and drop different parts together. It will compute all the necessary additional items and give you a wiring diagram.

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Assemble a Robot Opponent for Air Hockey

Use JJ Robots' kit and your Android phone to build an air hockey partner who's always game.

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Free Arduino

The Arduino team and Arduino Holding need to show us that the Arduino Foundation has been formed as an independent and open organization.

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8 Lessons from Building the Strandbeest-Style ClearWalker

Here are a few things Jeremy Cook learned (or relearned) while building a ClearWalker Strandbeest and filming it in action.

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Creating Interactive Art: The Museum of Funny Ladies

The Museum of Funny Ladies is an interactive way for people to experience the story of Sybil Adelman, a pioneer comedy writer from the 1970s.

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Build an Arduino Guitar Pedal Stompbox

Construct an Arduino guitar pedal stompbox with easy-to-find parts and you'll be having fun creating your own sounds in not time.

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This Model Parisian Building Is Actually a Binary Clock

Four creators fixed an Arduino powered LED binary clock inside a wooden model of a Parisian building to create a fancy addition to any home.

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Espruino: The Challenges of Running an Open Source Hardware and Software Company

Running an open source hardware and software company has its rewards. But it also has its challenges. Espruino is no different.

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Maker Spotlight: Ernest Warzocha

Ernest Warzocha is a Polish maker who loves using Arduino in his projects. One of his favorites, Musi, uses space to create music.

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From the New Issue of Make: Our 8 Standout Dev Boards

These eight boards stand out for their advanced specs, built-in offerings, and, in some cases, their innovative interface options.

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