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Computers & M...
Constant drops and outages with your broadband connection can drive you to frustration, but you can use the Raspberry Pi, and a little bit of command line scripting to monitor it.
Internet of T...
Follow along as we show you how to use an ESP8266 to wirelessly control a DC water valve.
It’s a giant DIY TV! Hang your LED screen on a wall, or take it to your next outdoor festival and blow people’s minds.
Furniture & L...
Red light won't confuse your circadian rhythm like bright whites do. Sleep easy with this dimmable red LED night light.
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.
Give Teddy a C.H.I.P. brain transplant and he’ll speak anything you type or tweet — with synchronized mouth and eye movements
See how one dad built a child-sized tank-like vehicle for his young son using an electric motor, a car battery, and a custom design.
CNC & Machini...
An inductive charger can make charging your phone as effortless as putting it down. CNC a wooden block to house an inductive Qi charger for your phone.
If you've ever wanted a way to create unique, randomly generated mazes, here's how to do it in OpenSCAD.
You can be playing classic video games in an hour with this easy Raspberry Pi project.
We're launching a new series of articles here at Make: about DIY virtual reality. First, I’ll be covering the basics of how you can build these worlds in Unity.
The purpose is clear.
Make clothing that lights up when you move! This is a sewing (no soldering) FLORA project using NeoPixels and the FLORA accelerometer/compass module.
Build a simple guitar pickup winder for under $100 that's easily customizable, with an accurate counter and a high speed 1000 RPM motor.
What better way to celebrate the launch of the tiny, $5 Raspberry Pi Zero than to build a radio transmitter throwie from it.
Create your very own full-size Star Wars BB-8 self-balancing robot using these instructions.
Learn how to build a rig and create a composite photograph that can be selectively lit after it has been taken.
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