Posts with «technology» label

Development Boards Galore at Maker Faire Bay Area

If you come to Maker Faire Bay Area 2018, you'll get the chance to learn about and see plenty of different development boards in action.

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Motorizing a Simple Camera Slider

Improving your shots with a motorized camera slider doesn't have to be complicated! Follow Jeremy Cook's lead and cobble something custom together.

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4 Ways to Control Electronic Relays

There are plenty of ways to use relays, and each method can achieve several different results. Check out this step by step guide to figure out what you need.

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Making Your Own Soldering Station

An industrious maker reverse engineers and builds his own high-end soldering station.

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Learning Microcontrollers and Robotics in the DroneBot Workshop

Discover an excellent YouTube channel for learning hobby electronics, microcontrollers, robotics, and drones.

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10 Arduino-Based Robo-Critters

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s delightful discovery of Vorpal, a lovable scamp of a hexapod, I decided to poke around to see what other Arduino-based robot projects there are out there these days. I found this YouTube video rounding up ten robo-critters. These include a robo-dog, a robotic cat, […]

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This 3D Printed Arduino-Based Hexapod Robot Can Bust a Move!

Check out the sick moves on this open-source, 3D-printable hexapod robot.

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The Via Libris is a Book that Leads You to Treasure

The VIA LIBRIS is a paperback-sized book that leads its user to a predetermined location using a special compass dial and clues.

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This Week in Making: Build Your Own Speakers, Construct a Lightsaber, and More

This week, 3D print your own speaker system, build a device that will allow you to open your door with your hand, or construct a lightsaber.

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Edible Innovations: Mixartista is a Robotic Bartender Designed for Luxury

Dante D. Cruz founded Mixartista to prototype and produce a cool, luxurious robotic bartender that would make perfect cocktails.

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