Arduino

Detect Lightning with a Simple Circuit

While doing some research on very low frequency (VLF) receivers and radio propagation, I came across an amazing website curated by Charles Wenzel. It is called Technical Library, or TechLib for short. It has all kinds of interesting electronics projects and experiments, and I highly recommend …

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ExControl Shield, Industrial Arduino Shield For Mkr Devices

Arduino enthusiasts, makers and developers may be interested in a new Arduino Shield created by developer Roberto Cervero, in the form of the …

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What do you want your button to do?

Here at Raspberry Pi, we know that getting physical with computing is often a catalyst for creativity. Building a simple circuit can open up a world …

Raspberry Pi

Maker Faire Galicia Shines a Light on Community and Industry 4.0

The autonomous community of Galicia sits perched at the northwest corner of Spain, on the shores of the Atlantic, home to humans since the Stone Age. The capital city of Santiago de Compostela is a goldmine of historic significance, and in the past few years, the maker community there has been …

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Frequency Electronics appoints largest shareholder to board

Frequency Electronics (NASDAQ:FEIM) announces appointing Jonathan Brolin to its board<p>Brolin, the managing partner of Edenbrook Capital, holds a 14.3% …

Business

Toshiba adds 11 transistor arrays with DMOS FET outputs

Toshiba is adding 11 products to its line-up of new-generation transistor arrays equipped with DMOS FET outputs, capable of delivering high-voltage, …

Electronics

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Cool Stuff

Trinket Chills Your Drinks

Who wants warm drinks? Well, coffee drinkers, we guess. Other than them, who wants warm drinks? Tea drinkers, sure. How about room temperature …

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A look at Chinese Value Engineering

Seventy cents doesn’t buy you a lot these days. Maybe some sweets or candies at most. How about a string of LEDs that you can use to decorate your …

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Capture Moving Timelapse Video with this Motion Control Camera Slider

I’ve enjoyed capturing timelapse videos ever since I found myself in possession of a camera that could do them. I love the way they transform the mundane into the surreal, whether it’s the ability to see a transformation taking place that’s too slow to observe with the naked eye, or to witness the …

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Prototyping, Making A Board For, And Coding An ARM Neural Net Robot

[Sean Hodgins]’s calls his three-part video series an Arduino Neural Network Robot but we’d rather call it an enjoyable series on prototyping, …

Machine Learning

Arduino Blog » Create the smart home gadget of the future with Alexa and Arduino

We’re excited to announce a new challenge with Amazon Alexa and Hackster.io, which invites the Arduino community to design the smart home gadgets of …

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Ed's Shed: Soldier Of Fortune

It's not as difficult as you think.<p>0<p>SHARES<p><b>I recently bought a mid-level electric guitar and changed out a few things, and now I’m thinking of</b> …

Guitar

Dock Flex Test Board iPhone Android U2 Battery Charging Testing|FX035|iPhone Replacement Parts

Dock Flex Test Board is iPhone Android cell phone fix test tool, it is used for U2 IC Testing / Battery Test Testing / USB Charging Port Testing for …

Battery Charging

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Hedley the Robotic Skull Notices Its Creator

Much has happened in the past couple weeks with my current project, building a robot skull. The skull is operational and reliably tracks me as I move …

Raspberry Pi

Maxim senses breathing, pulse, blood oxygen and more for wearables

Maxim is aiming at medical wearables with a set of chips for sensing various vital signs. In particular, its chips are aimed at wearables that meets …

Electronics

Hackers vs. Mold: Building a Humidistat Fan

Having a mold problem in your home is terrible, especially if you have an allergy to it. It can be toxic, aggravate asthma, and damage your …

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Four methods hackers use to steal data from air-gapped computers

Air-gapped computers are seen as high-value targets, so considerable research has gone into taking data from them -- without a network connection. …

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ESP8266 Home Monitor Is Stylishly Simplistic

It’s often said that “Less is More”, and we think that the chic ESP8266 environmental monitor posted by Thingiverse user [bkpsu] definitely fits the …

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Arduino DIY Vending Machine

Makers, Arduino enthusiasts and hobbyists or anyone who is wanted to own their very own vending machine. Maybe interested in a new tutorial published …

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Introducing the UP² Grove IoT development kit with Ubuntu

As computing at the edge grows, so does the need to connect a flurry of IoT devices directly into a device that can do advanced analytics and …

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Precision Voltage Reference System For Circuit Design

Electronics enthusiasts may be interested in a new Precision Voltage Reference which has been launched via Kickstarter this month to raise the …

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Can Commodity RC Controllers Stay Relevant?

Visualize some radio controlled airplane fanatic of yesteryear, with the requisite giant controller hanging from a strap, neck craned to see the …

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Building an 8

Sequencers, as YouTuber “LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER” explains, are musical devices that go through a sequence of tones one by one. While this can be done …

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Tuesday's Newsletter: IoT Technology Focus

Coming to your inbox tomorrow: <i>Circuit Cellar’s</i> <b>IoT Technology Focus</b> newsletter. Tomorrow’s newsletter covers what’s happening with Internet-of-Things …

Internet of Things

Dirt Rally DIY Tabletop Car-Cade

If you are looking for a new electronics/gaming project to keep you busy for the next couple of months, you may be interested in this awesome DIY …

Raspberry Pi

Arduino Blog » Antique grandfather clock retrofitted with Arduino control

When you see a mechanical clock, you know on some level that it took a vast amount of expertise and craftsmanship to get working, but you might also …

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The King of All Game Genies In An Arduino

While Nintendo is making a killing on nostalgic old consoles, there is a small but dedicated group of hackers still working with the original …

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DIY Any Kind of Controller with the MagicKey Input Board - Technabob

Turn your world into a creative extravaganza. With this little controller board, you can use anything conductive as the keys for your creative works …

Raspberry Pi

10 Projects from 10 Different Countries at Maker Faire Rome

Italian culture is known throughout the world as being warm and welcoming, and Italians certainly know how to throw a party. Just look at the annual celebration hosted in the fair city of Rome for the past five years: Maker Faire Rome, affectionally taglined as “The European Edition,” has been …

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