An Android Things Flower, a DIY Reflow Controller, a Bitcoin-Powered Wall Outlet, a Portable NES Emulator + More
A flower that smiles with you.
An easy to use graphical reflow controller for your toaster oven!
Light up your bike, skateboard, scooter, self, or other object with this in-depth guide. Get custom… Get fabulous.
Roomberry is a surveillance robot based on Roomba using a Raspberry Pi Zero W and a camera module.
A smart electrical outlet that allows customers to rent electricity by paying with Bitcoins.
Make a fully-functioning CNC machine that can accept different tools for less than $150.
Unlock your deadbolt remotely through WiFi using Netduino.
Tired of paying for hosting, or being limited by free hosting providers restrictions? Build your own web server!
A portable NES Emulator (runs on EPS32) in an NES Controller. Up to 14 ROMs and 2.5h playtime, all for less than $25.
Same code as example but with a scaled down single shield with 120 VAC in powering the Netduino and a relay to turn your appliance on/off.
Make you own phone-controlled “crawler robot.”
An easy as possible, but still expandable, single-board computer with 65C02 CPU.
A 3D-printed coolant hose mount for the Raspberry Pi and its Camera, meant to hang upside down via zip ties in order to monitor prints.
A modern replacement of an Atari controller that transforms between a joystick and a paddle using the same base.
Generally we have only seen drones fly, but how cool would it be if we can maneuver it on the ground as well?
Two TXS0108E ICs enable PocketBeagle to speak 5V… perfect for bitbanging and interfacing with your favourite retro computers!
This hack is a proof of concept that shuts off power only to the level of the house that has been flooded, allowing for normal use elsewhere.
A toy top based on an STM32F0 that uses an accelerometer to display POV animations on a line of LEDs as it spins!
A motion-sensing glove made using pressure-sensitive conductive cloth.
Easy to build pendulum to get data from an Arduino, analyze it to find the period, and connect theory with experiment.
Use some copper tape and Bare Conductive’s Electric Paint to light up a few 5mm LEDs. No soldering required!
The Sub-Q Warmer is a subcutaneous fluid warmer for cats with kidney conditions that cannot drink enough water to maintain hydration.
Want to use a device that HomeKit doesn’t support? Get Raspberry Pi running with Homebridge using Resin OS and change you home forever.
An Arduino Uno-based synthesizer with knobs, joystick, and ribbon controller in a portable package.
“OK Google, open the trash!” By integrating obniz with Goole Home, your trash can will open/close automatically.
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