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At this point it's something of a given that a member of the ESP8266 family is likely your best bet if you want to cobble... [Read More]
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Modular synthesizers have been around since the early 1960s, delivering huge tonal possibilities from their impressive and imposing patchbays. In 1996, the Eurorack standard was... [Read More]
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Britain is famously known as a land of manners and hospitality. Few situations could make an Englishman's stiff upper lip quiver, short of running out... [Read More]
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NASA's latest Mars lander has a very precise weather package, and you can check the daily conditions on Elysium Planitia online. The data however has... [Read More]
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When we are concerned with the accurate reproduction of a signal, distortion and noise are the enemy that engineers spend a great deal of time... [Read More]
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Once you've built your own X-ray machine to take 2D images of the insides of stuff, there's really only one logical next step: building your... [Read More]
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Consider the plight of a mid-career or even freshly minted electrical engineer in 1960. He or she was perched precariously between two worlds – the... [Read More]
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Electronic conference badges are now an accepted part of the lifeblood of our community, with even the simplest of events now sporting a fully functional... [Read More]
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The heart is an impressive piece of hardware. It's a rare pump that runs continuously for over 80 years in some cases. It's also, for... [Read More]
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How large is the cache of discarded electronics in your home? They were once expensive and cherished items, but now they're a question-mark for responsible... [Read More]
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The concept of wearable hardware is an enticing one, but it can be difficult to tackle for the first-time maker. While many of us are... [Read More]
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We've got to admit to being a bit of a Casio G-Shock watch geek. The big, chunky watches were every day carry items that survived... [Read More]
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For one reason or another, a lot of us have a bunch of 18650 cells sitting around. Whether they're for flashlights, our fancy new vape... [Read More]
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Thanks to internet commerce opening up a global marketplace, it is now easier than ever for a budding roboticist to get started. There are so... [Read More]
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Laser pointers were cool for about 30 seconds when they first came out, before becoming immediately passé and doing absolutely nothing to improve the boss's... [Read More]
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Clocks are a popular project on Hackaday. They're a great way to showcase a whole range of creative build techniques, and can make an excellent... [Read More]
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Computing is really all about order. If you can take data, apply an operation to it, and get the same result every single time, then... [Read More]
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It is a bit of a paradox that we are storing more and more information digitally, yet every year more and more of it is... [Read More]
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I've noticed that we hear a lot less from corporate research labs than we used to. They still exist, though. Sure, Bell Labs is owned... [Read More]
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Now that nearly every car on the road comes with an electronic key fob, people are desperate to find ways to repair these indispensable little... [Read More]
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