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The LDR Synth is a light-to-sound noisemaker built with relatively common components. Build it on a breadboard, follow our perfboard design, or come up with your own permanent circuit layout. We'll show you how-to with Weekend Projects! Read more »

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How to turn a photograph into a 3D silhouette light box Read more »

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Take a 15-minute trip to a big-box store and you’ll see the girls’ aisle dominated by pink toys — dolls, play sets, games, and dress-up clothing, all in various shades of pink. Aside from the color, the toys share another similarity: They all encourage specific patterns of play that focus... Read more »

Ingocraft Parts with CAD drawing

Ingocraft shares how they moved from 3D printing to injection molding for their Kickstarter campaign. Read more »

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The Hackaday prize, where entrants competed to build something awesome that transmits data and is openly documented, has now been won by the satNOGs team led by Pierros Papadeas. The device, or system rather, is a open standard based network of ground stations for tracking and monitoring satellites. As cool... Read more »

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Fry your Thanksgiving turkey safely with this homemade derrick! Read more »

J.M. Pearce’s water-testing platform uses open source electronics and 3D printed components.

Researchers from the Michigan Technological Institute design a completely open source water-testing device that won’t break the bank. Read more »

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