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If you're playing for an audience you don't want to spend your set looking at a screen. See how one musician made this MIDI foot board for performances.
Using many light sources, reflectance transformation imaging (RTI) is a method for photographing that allows you to get 3D maps of surfaces.
Turn an old headlamp into a power assist for your eyebrows. Use an infrared remote control to raise, lower, waggle, and adjust.
Pump up your look using drone motors and pneumatic air muscles to give your wearables a hint of animation with soft robotics.
You'd think there'd be something like a dual set point thermostat on the market already, but it doesn't look like there is. Guess you'll just have to make one.
The purpose is clear.
LEDs are the perfect touch to add a creepy red glow to your Halloween props. Make them fade in and out with a simple Arduino sketch.
Take advantage of these open source resources to set up voice control with Raspberry Pi and bark orders at your home appliances.
With some simple programming and a few basic parts, you can rig up a candy vending machine that slides sweets toward you at the push of a button.
Trick-or-treaters are bound to get a thrill when you make this choreographed music and light display that plays each time your gate is opened.
In this project, Jason Poel Smith shows you how to make a system that will monitor the temperature of your pipes and alert you if they get near freezing.
In this project, I'll show you how to set up some simple infrared remote controls for effects that you can use in your haunted house this year.
Build this aquaponic garden to bring your veggies and your fish tank into perfectly sustainable harmony. Then use Arduino to take your set-up to the next level.
Give your board a lift by adding legs built from off-the-shelf hardware.
Learn how to pull realtime sensor data from a beehive to monitor its weight, temperature, and humidity over the internet.
Building your own clock is practically a rite of passage as a Maker. 3D-print this Arduino-based desktop clock with a jumbo seven-segment LED display that glows from within.
Most of us spend far too much time in front of the TV. So I designed a system that will automatically limit when and how much the TV can be on.
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