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This sky tracking platform matches the eath's rotation in the simplest way possible. A basic regulator circuit powers a DC gear-head motor, which turns a pair of gears that engage a curved length of threaded rod, and makes the hinge open at...
Designed for Burning Man and powered by Orchard, these badges mimic genetics. When two badges come into contact, their light pattern changes.
We talk to Craig Kief and Brian Zufelt from COSMIAC about their plans not just to fly the Raspberry Pi into orbit, but to 3D print the satellite that's going to take it there.
Bring pixel art to the third dimension with this easy cut out technique.
Make Halloween truly terrifying with these nightmare-inducing costumes.
Monitor the skies to spot asteroids and help save the Earth from annihilation by interplanetary projectiles.
The team at krtkl is crowdfunding Snickerdoodle, a hybrid development board that has an ARM application processor with an onboard FPGA.
Add some paper folding flair to your Halloween decorations with these origami bats.
These 3D printed prosthetics look like they came right out of Iron Man, Frozen, and Star Wars.
Let's talk a little about the word "hacks" and its appropriate usage.
The Tamagotchi is a thing of the past. Bring your virtual pet into the 21st century with LEDs and an Arduino-compatible processor.
Who doesn't want to try and choke down one of these monstrous zombie mouth cupcakes?
How many robots do you know that can write poetry? Skryf rolls along the ground, using sand to draw out words as it goes.
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Amazon Web Services rolled out a new system today designed to simplify connecting embedded development boards to the cloud.
Not sure what to wear on Halloween? Let these super easy props and costumes inspire you to make something great.
Makerbot, one of the most recognizable names in the 3d printing industry, has had a really tough year.
Fun fact: The city of Pittsburgh has 300 steel-related businesses and 446 bridges.
A collection of clever kitchen projects, most of which can be done in the time it takes to brew a pot of coffee.
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