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Acrylic sheets are relatively inexpensive, pretty, and can be heat-shaped very effectively. There are blades and tools made specifically for cutting, heating, and bending acrylic... [Read More]
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Creating capacitive touch-sensitive buttons is easy these days; many microcontrollers have cap-sense hardware built-in. This will work for simple on/off control, but what if you... [Read More]
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Join us on Wednesday, September 18 at noon Pacific for the Software Defined Radio Hack Chat with Corrosive! If you've... [Read More]
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[Mastro Gippo] found himself in a pickle recently, with the development of an enclosure for the Prism electric vehicle charger. The body had been sorted... [Read More]
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Humanity had barely taken its first tentative steps into space with primitive satellites when amateur radio operators began planning their first satellites. Barely four years... [Read More]
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On paper, pet doors are pretty great. You don't have to keep letting the cat in and out, and there should be fewer scratches on... [Read More]
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During the decades since Infocom released their interactive story game Zork to world-wide acclaim for microcomputers, the genre of interactive fiction (IF) is still immensely... [Read More]
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Making a monumental scientific breakthrough is really kind of its own reward. Even so, it's always nice to get extra recognition in the form of... [Read More]
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In the process of finding new, low-carbon ways to provide our homes with heat and electricity, it is that one might consider sources that never... [Read More]
It's probably one of the first lessons learned by new drivers: if you see a big, red fire truck parked by the side of the... [Read More]
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All of us dream of reaching a point in life where we have the knowledge, skills, energy and resources to pull off builds that match... [Read More]
Getting exact statistics on one's physical activities at the gym, is not an easy feat. While most people these days are familiar with or even... [Read More]
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No, you aren't looking at a 30 year old Teac graphic equalizer that somebody modified. The MWA-002 Network Music Player created by [GuzziGuy] is built... [Read More]
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The Atomic Pi is a pretty impressive piece of kit for the price, but it's not exactly a turn-key kind of product. Even to a... [Read More]
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Direct from the "Just Because I Can" department, this blog post by [Eddie Zhang] shows us how easy it is to get the Xiaomi robotic... [Read More]
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Sometimes we manage to miss projects when they first appear, only to have the joy of discovering them a while later. So it is with... [Read More]
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A badge modelled after the handle of a light sabre? Yes Please! This Star Wars themed hardware is the work of hardware designer Thomas Flummer... [Read More]
Hackaday Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams get caught up on the most interesting hacks of the past week. On this episode we take a... [Read More]
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If you're enjoying a Western Canadian summer, two of the best ways to do so involve a hammock, or a boat. Seeking to improve on... [Read More]
We often think of SIM cards as simple data storage devices, but in reality a SIM card is a miniature Universal integrated circuit card, or... [Read More]
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