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Jeremy Cook

Jeremy Cook

Jeremy is an engineer with 10 years experience at his full-time profession, and has a BSME from Clemson University. Outside of work he’s an avid maker and experimenter, building anything that comes into his mind!

Latest from Jeremy Cook

10-treehouse

So your son or daughter is now old enough to have a bed. Sure, you could settle for a race car or princess bed, but given that you’re reading this website, maybe you would instead like to build your child an indoor tree house style bed line “d4ddycool.” His kids... Read more »

chalk-writer

“Way back” in 2009, students in the UC Berkley “ME 102″ class came up with this excellent automatic chalk-spraying machine. It uses 8 cans of spray-chalk to spray the message of your choosing onto the sidewalk or street as you push it along. This device is controlled by two Arduino... Read more »

What do you get when you combine surplus military hardware with a computer interface? In this case, probably the beefiest computer game controller you’ve ever seen made out of an old M1 Abrams training simulation’s turret yoke. This controller functions as a “twisty yoke,” as featured on the Star Wars... Read more »

golf-cart-scanner

If you live in an area where golf carts are used to get around like Youtuber “ramicaza,” you might consider carrying a key around for your golf cart a hassle. I suppose one could simply install a switch instead of the key to start the vehicle up, but if you... Read more »

dashboard

If you’re not satisfied with the lightweight digital speedometer that you can buy at your local bike shop, why not build your own bicycle dashboard using various electrical components and wood? DJ decided to do just that, and gives instructions with an electrical schematic, parts list, and Arduino sketch, in... Read more »

TiLDA-MKe-badge

Conference badges can be boring, some can be cool and make nice souvenirs, then there are those that might actually be a reason to go to a conference or event in itself. The TiLDA MKe badge from the upcoming EMF 2014 event looks like it will be one of the... Read more »

particle-light

If you’re reading this, it’s likely that you’re a fan of unique blinking lights. Alex Posada’s piece, “The Particle,” exemplifies this quite nicely, and adds the ability to spin at 1500 RPM. Resembling the usual representation of an atom, the name seems quite appropriate. It would also make quite an... Read more »

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