High Tech DIY

Building your own laptop, tablet, or cellphone might sound impossible. It’s not.

From vacuum-tube amplifiers to homebrew computers, amateurs with wiley gumption have traditionally conquered self-built electronic gadgets in short order. Recreating the spectacular capabilities of today’s pocket-sized devices at home has been a bigger challenge, but new access to shrinking hardware and open-source software is now helping eager makers assemble their own cutting edge mobile devices in their home workshops.


 

Maker Pro News: Brain-computer Interfaces, the Importance of Intuition, and More

Maker Pro News: Brain-computer Interfaces, the Importance of Intuition, and More

We launched our first Mission for Maker Share and plenty of maker pros got to work on it. There were also plenty of projects concerning IoT.

Making Your Own Custom Shortcut Keyboard

Making Your Own Custom Shortcut Keyboard

Create a custom 3D printed shortcut keyboard for design and other complex programs you work in.

This Week in Making: Sneak Peek of Volume 58, First Maker Share Mission, and More

This Week in Making: Sneak Peek of Volume 58, First Maker Share Mission, and More

This week, get a sneak peek at Volume 58, respond to Maker Share's first Mission, play Tetris while soldering, or see some amazing cosplay.

Maker Spotlight: Weijiang Wang

Maker Spotlight: Weijiang Wang

Weijiang works for Makeblock, and among other interesting projects, has used Mblock to make a gramaphone out of paper.

Making VR Accessible for People with Physical Disabilities

Making VR Accessible for People with Physical Disabilities

Walkin VR is making it easier for people with physical disabilities to be able to play virtual reality experiences.

The State of Boards: Small, Simple Hardware Rules

The State of Boards: Small, Simple Hardware Rules

Over the last few years, we’ve seen a huge growth in the number and variety of both microcontroller boards and single-board computers.

A beige Commodore 64 computer terminal on a white backdrop. The program for "Hello World" is on the screen.

Retrohack Your Old Computer Terminal from Dialup to Wi-Fi

A long-time dream project of Hep Svadja has been trying to hack together a way to get her old computer terminal to work again.

This Week in Making: Decentralize the Web, Girl Scouts Tackle Cybersecurity, and More

This Week in Making: Decentralize the Web, Girl Scouts Tackle Cybersecurity, and More

This week, Mozilla is trying to get makers to decentralize the web, the Girl Scouts tackle cybersecurity, board games go virtual, and more.

Reverse Engineering the Antikythera Mechanism

Reverse Engineering the Antikythera Mechanism

A clock maker tries building a copy of an ancient computer using the tools and engineering skills the original creators may have employed.

This Week in Making: Adam Savage's Makerspace Tour, Duct Tape Prom Dresses, and More

This Week in Making: Adam Savage’s Makerspace Tour, Duct Tape Prom Dresses, and More

This week, Adam Savage toured Artisan's Asylum, Stuck at Prom finalists were announced, and Jordan shares what he saw at E3.

This Custom Built "Commute Deck" Makes it Easy to Work on the Go

This Custom Built “Commute Deck” Makes it Easy to Work on the Go

The Commute Deck is designed to provide a productive computing experience for UNIX terminal work in tight places, like a train or airplane.

Micro:Bit's CEO Discusses Their Children's Education Initiative

Micro:Bit’s CEO Discusses Their Children’s Education Initiative

Last year, the BBC gave a small, embedded computer to nearly a million school children in order to provide coding experience for kids.

This Week in Making: FanimeCon, A Secret Society, Video Game Classes, and More

This Week in Making: FanimeCon, A Secret Society, Video Game Classes, and More

Jordan Ramée attended FanimeCon, the maker community recreated an old secret society, and classes are being offered to learn Unity in 8 weeks.

alt.ctrl.GDC Showcases Custom Interfaces for Video Games

alt.ctrl.GDC Showcases Custom Interfaces for Video Games

alt.ctrl.GDC showcases wild and weird control schemes that create a whole new kind of unique immersion for video games.

Program an SMS Bot Using Python and Twilio

Program an SMS Bot Using Python and Twilio

Make your very own SMS bot that will get you the information that you want, without the need for a strong 3G or LTE connection.

9 Costs That Factor into Mass Manufacturing a Hardware Product

9 Costs That Factor into Mass Manufacturing a Hardware Product

Without question, the costs for mass manufacturing are the most critical expenses when bringing a new hardware product to market.

Review: Voltera V-One Makes Custom Homemade PCBs with Less Mess

Review: Voltera V-One Makes Custom Homemade PCBs with Less Mess

The Voltera V-One minimizes the mess and makes DIY printed circuit board (PCB) production more accurate and automated.

It's ALIVE! The MOnSter 6502 Returns to Maker Faire

It’s ALIVE! The MOnSter 6502 Returns to Maker Faire

EMS Labs returns to Maker Faire Bay Area with the latest progress on their giant, retro-licious transistor-scale 6502 microprocessor.

Exploring the World of Pixar, Holographic Cars, Intelligent AI, and More at GTC 2017

Exploring the World of Pixar, Holographic Cars, Intelligent AI, and More at GTC 2017

Nvidia's GTC conference was full of creative minds that were putting different pieces of Nvidia tech through its paces.

Converting a Retro Portable TV into a Raspberry Pi Video Game Console the Easy Way

Converting a Retro Portable TV into a Raspberry Pi Video Game Console the Easy Way

If you gut an old TV, you can replace more of its innards with a Raspberry Pi and make a fully functioning portable video game console.

SiFive Is Bringing Open Source to the Chip Level

SiFive Is Bringing Open Source to the Chip Level

SiFive's co-founder details the journey to develop the RISC-V architecture, an open source instruction set.

Get Hands-on With the Nvidia Jetson TX2 Developer Kit at GTC 2017

Get Hands-on With the Nvidia Jetson TX2 Developer Kit at GTC 2017

GTC is held specifically to help GPU developers connect, learn, discover, and innovate. It is quite the opportunity.

Build a 1930’s Style Dieselpunk Cellphone

Build a 1930’s Style Dieselpunk Cellphone

Adafruit’s Fona microcontroller, with a GSM phone module, can be used to make your very own dieselpunk cellphone that can make calls and store contacts.

Westerner Builds iPhone from Parts in the Shenzhen, China Marketplace

Westerner Builds iPhone from Parts in the Shenzhen, China Marketplace

Can a relative newbie build his own cellphone from parts he buys in the Huaqiangbei markets?

6 Projects We’re Excited for at Edinburgh Mini Maker Faire

6 Projects We’re Excited for at Edinburgh Mini Maker Faire

Makers and creators of all sorts from all over Scotland will show off their projects and creations at the Edinburgh Mini Maker Faire.

This Pi-Powered Linux Terminal Is the Size of an iPhone

This Pi-Powered Linux Terminal Is the Size of an iPhone

Making a handheld Linux device with the Raspberry Pi Zero W may seem a daunting task, but is easier than you think with the right materials.

RS Components Is Holding a Contest Centered Around Their SIMATIC IOT2020

RS Components Is Holding a Contest Centered Around Their SIMATIC IOT2020

In the technology world, the Internet of Things is the hottest ticket around these days. This goes for consumer devices and maker tools alike. RS Components wants to get you participating in this space, and have put a batch of prizes on the line to see what IoT ideas you […]

Maker Spotlight: John Allwine

Maker Spotlight: John Allwine

John dabbles in lots of different areas of making: coding and software, furniture and CNC, and even knot-tying and jewelry making.

2017 New York Toy Fair: Bridging Programming with Physical Products

2017 New York Toy Fair: Bridging Programming with Physical Products

Check out the physical toys that help teach computer programming that were on display at the New York Toy Fair.

10 Charging Station Projects

10 Charging Station Projects

Fun, clever, and useful projects to help keep your mobile device batteries charged and raring to go.

Program with Robot Operating System for Smooth Servo Movement

Program with Robot Operating System for Smooth Servo Movement

Learn how to use the open source ROS platform to bring your robot to life.

8 Festive Projects to Ring in the New Year

8 Festive Projects to Ring in the New Year

Ring in 2017 with some DIY projects made in the spirit of New Year's Eve.

Weekend Watch: Building Custom Gaming Equipment with Lyberty5

Weekend Watch: Building Custom Gaming Equipment with Lyberty5

Lyberty5 builds amazing, custom gaming equipment. From simple to complex builds, you're going to want to watch these.

Climb Aboard a Dragon to Play in Virtual Reality

Climb Aboard a Dragon to Play in Virtual Reality

Building a real-life prop can add a fun and immersive element to your VR experience.

Get to Know Your CNC: How to Read G-Code

Get to Know Your CNC: How to Read G-Code

Understanding the commands lets you read a file and figure out what’s going on.

These Crazy Prototypes Let You Feel Surfaces In Virtual Reality

These Crazy Prototypes Let You Feel Surfaces In Virtual Reality

New prototypes from Microsoft show interesting methods of simulating sensory input

LattePanda Puts Windows 10 on a Single Board Computer

LattePanda Puts Windows 10 on a Single Board Computer

Windows is one of the most widely used operating systems in the world, and LattePanda has created a single board computer with Windows 10.

Motorola’s New Smartphone Lets Users Develop Swappable Mods

Motorola’s New Smartphone Lets Users Develop Swappable Mods

Motorola's new Moto Z smartphone is designed for hacking with easy magnetic snap-on enhancements, perfboard, and personality cards.

music dock

Transform a Cardboard Box into an Android Music Dock

The iPhone has lots of fancy music dock options, but if you own an Android phone, this is an affordable DIY alternative.

Building a Sturdy, Steel Sliding Mount for 3 Computer Monitors

Building a Sturdy, Steel Sliding Mount for 3 Computer Monitors

Faced with the prospect of moving three times in one year, Mitch Willing built a sliding steel mount for his 3 monitors and computer.

Autonomous Robots, Cars, and Drones... What Will You Do with Lidar?

Autonomous Robots, Cars, and Drones… What Will You Do with Lidar?

As prices tumble, lidar is becoming the go-to tool for autonomous robotic vision — and its applications go well beyond autonomous vehicles.

Exclusive: See the Secret Prototypes We Found in Valve's VR Lab

Exclusive: See the Secret Prototypes We Found in Valve’s VR Lab

See Virtual Reality prototypes that Valve have never shown publicly before!

Turn Your Electronics Project into a Sellable Product

Turn Your Electronics Project into a Sellable Product

Have an idea you’d like to bring to market? In this series, John Teel walks through the process of scaling up from prototype to production. Follow each installment for a closer look at how to incorporate individual components. Do you dream of developing a hot, new hardware gadget and bringing […]

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Making an Edible Virtual Reality Viewer for Your Phone

Making an Edible Virtual Reality Viewer for Your Phone

When someone misheard a project pitch in a meeting, I knew I had to create the hilarious result.

This Functioning Monster 6502 Is a Larger Than Life Version of the Iconic Microchip

This Functioning Monster 6502 Is a Larger Than Life Version of the Iconic Microchip

The Monster 6502 is an incredible homage to the chip that revolutionized home computing.

Qualcomm's Snapdragon DragonBoard 410c development board.

Qualcomm Showcases DragonBoard 410c’s Expanded Developer Options at Maker Faire

DragonBoard 410c Returns to Maker Faire Last year at Maker Faire Qualcomm® upped its game in an effort to attract Makers and other developers to their DragonBoard™ 410c development board. This year the chip manufacturing giant returns to Maker Faire Bay Area with demos of custom apps, games, and robots […]

Build Rescue Bots Using Off the Shelf Parts

Build Rescue Bots Using Off the Shelf Parts

For assessing risky situations in tight spaces, sometimes it's best to send a small robotic rover in ahead of you.

Papercut White House and lawn with fountain. Photo by Andrew Terranova

This Week in Making: Cyborg Eyeballs, Quantum Computers, and Coffee

This past week we contemplated what we'd do with a quantum computer, debated replacing the lenses in our eyeballs, and drank too much coffee.

Use Bluetooth to Control Your Light Switch from Your Smartphone

Use Bluetooth to Control Your Light Switch from Your Smartphone

One big problem with smart light bulbs is that the smarts are in the bulb. They don’t play nice with the light switch on the wall. In fact, you can make most smart light bulb systems unresponsive just by using your wall switch! We really need to replace the switch, […]

Made in Baltimore: Select the Best Software for Your Makerspace

Made in Baltimore: Select the Best Software for Your Makerspace

without the right software, much of the hardware in a makerspace is a lot less useful and some of it is downright useless.

Build a Raspberry Pi-Powered Linux Laptop That Fits in Your Pocket

Build a Raspberry Pi-Powered Linux Laptop That Fits in Your Pocket

This simple Raspberry Pi-Powered Linux laptop uses off-the-shelf parts, can be hooked up to a TV or monitor, and it fits in your pocket.

Create a VR Bike Route with Raspberry Pi and a Stationary Bike

Create a VR Bike Route with Raspberry Pi and a Stationary Bike

What do you do when you get a free Gear VR headset with your new phone? Make a bike route for your stationary bike!

VR Comes to Hackathons with Latest Oculus Rift and MLH Partnership

VR Comes to Hackathons with Latest Oculus Rift and MLH Partnership

High school and university students will soon be getting the opportunity to use Oculus Rift as part of their next MLH hackathon experience.

Getting Started with VR: Tools and Materials for Creating Custom Interfaces

Getting Started with VR: Tools and Materials for Creating Custom Interfaces

With virtual reality you can really get wild with your game interfaces. Spaceship control panels? Easy. An actual parachute harness? Awesome.

Take Your VR Pinball Experience from Meh to Marvelous

Take Your VR Pinball Experience from Meh to Marvelous

Virtual reality gaming is inspiring Makers to create a whole new set of game interfaces. This one takes a VR pinball to the next level.

April Fools' Day in the Office: 7 Pranks You Can Pull Off from Your Desk

April Fools’ Day in the Office: 7 Pranks You Can Pull Off from Your Desk

With just a few clicks, you can get your coworkers good with these computer pranks fit for April Fools' Day.

Getting Started With VR: The Best Software Tools Are Free

Getting Started With VR: The Best Software Tools Are Free

Getting started with VR doesn't have to cost anything. Some of the best software possible is absolutely free.

Ditch the Aluminum for an Elegant Wooden Computer Enclosure

Ditch the Aluminum for an Elegant Wooden Computer Enclosure

This classy computer case was made using basic woodworking and computer skills. It looks great and can be done by a novice.

8 Crazy Keyboards That Will Trick Out Your Typing

8 Crazy Keyboards That Will Trick Out Your Typing

A custom keyboard could be right at your fingertips, so why are you still using that basic keyboard that came with your computer?

Remotely Monitor Temperature with Raspberry Pi

Remotely Monitor Temperature with Raspberry Pi

Whether you want to know how hot it is inside your pizza oven, your car, or somewhere else, you can gauge temperature remotely with Raspberry Pi.

There's an App for That Toy at the New York Toy Fair

There’s an App for That Toy at the New York Toy Fair

New toys on the market are trending toward physical building block styles with integrated digital components. Here are our favorites from New York Toy Fair.

This Is the Easiest Way to Build Accessibility Tech for Kids with Disabilities

This Is the Easiest Way to Build Accessibility Tech for Kids with Disabilities

One size DOESN'T fit all, especially when it comes to education. MaKey MaKey lets teachers tailor tech education for student needs.

Building a Home Automation System with OpenHAB to Control LEDs Wirelessly

Building a Home Automation System with OpenHAB to Control LEDs Wirelessly

      Using the open source software OpenHAB, we’ll be building a Raspberry Pi touchscreen command center that can interface with over 150 different “smart home” products, and provide an interface for control and task scheduling. Instead of using an existing product though, we’ll build our own WiFi enabled […]

Use Raspberry Pi to Measure Broadband Speeds to Hold Your ISP Accountable

Use Raspberry Pi to Measure Broadband Speeds to Hold Your ISP Accountable

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.

8 Cool Clocks Upcycled from Computer Parts

8 Cool Clocks Upcycled from Computer Parts

For those who would rather look at their wall for the time than their screen, these 8 cool clocks are made from upcycled computer parts.

Why I'm Excited That Microchip Is Buying Atmel

Why I’m Excited That Microchip Is Buying Atmel

Microchip and Atmel's merge will hopefully yield a combination of the best of the AVR and PIC worlds — so what does this mean for embedded development?

Electronics That Last: How I Built an Heirloom Laptop

Electronics That Last: How I Built an Heirloom Laptop

Imagine an laptop you could pass down to your kids. Kurt Mottweiler walks us through the design considerations in making an heirloom laptop.

Watch: How I Added Foot Controls to the Xbox One

Watch: How I Added Foot Controls to the Xbox One

Make:'s Caleb Kraft shares video walkthroughs of his build process for adding foot pedals to an Xbox One controller.

Boards, Chips, and Drones from CES 2016

Boards, Chips, and Drones from CES 2016

To talk about CES is to talk of many things: of chips — and boards — and drones — of wearables — and the Internet of Things. 

Oculus Releases First Virtual Reality Headset for Home PC

Oculus Releases First Virtual Reality Headset for Home PC

Virtual reality headsets are becoming more accessible, affordable, and now you can use the Oculus Rift with your home PC.

Use Math to Design Mazes in OpenScad

Use Math to Design Mazes in OpenScad

If you've ever wanted a way to create unique, randomly generated mazes, here's how to do it in OpenSCAD.

Hit This Mario Mystery Block To Power Up Your Computer

Hit This Mario Mystery Block To Power Up Your Computer

Bending beneath your desk to turn on your computer can be so tedious. This Mario mystery block button makes turning on your computer fun!

Backing Out of a Kickstarter Doesn't Have to Leave Funders Hanging

Backing Out of a Kickstarter Doesn’t Have to Leave Funders Hanging

Backers of the castAR Kickstarter won't be left empty-handed even as castAR backs out of their campaign pledges.

Getting Started with Virtual Reality: An Introduction to Unity

Getting Started with Virtual Reality: An Introduction to Unity

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.

How to Teach Programming to Kids: Pretend to Be a Robot

How to Teach Programming to Kids: Pretend to Be a Robot

You don't need a fancy robot (or even a computer!) to teach kids how to code.

Why We're Still Talking About Gender in STEM on Ada's 200th Birthday

Why We’re Still Talking About Gender in STEM on Ada’s 200th Birthday

Ada Lovelace turns 200 today. In her honor, let's talk about how the current STEM field treats women — and what we can do about it.

Hard Drive Magnets

Salvage Neodymium Magnets from an Old Hard Drive

Learn how to locate and salvage super-strong rare-earth magnets from an old, broken hard drive.

The $15 PINE64 Just Launched on Kickstarter, and it's Already Funded

The $15 PINE64 Just Launched on Kickstarter, and it’s Already Funded

The PINE64 board is a $15 quad-core 64-bit 1.2GHz computer with 512MB of RAM, which is quite a bit of power at a very low price.

Celebrate Hour of Code with These Quick Programming Activities

Celebrate Hour of Code with These Quick Programming Activities

It's never been easier to jump into the world of computer science. This week is the perfect opportunity to learn programming for Hour of Code.

Learn to Leverage the p5.js Javascript Library for Art and Design

Learn to Leverage the p5.js Javascript Library for Art and Design

p5.js is a library of resources for artists and designers who want to learn how to create interactive graphics with JavaScript and Processing.

LED Dress Wows Daily Show, Promotes Google Coding Initiative for Women

LED Dress Wows Daily Show, Promotes Google Coding Initiative for Women

Google and Zac Posen designed a light-up LED dress to promote Made with Code, a new non-profit inspiring more young girls to learn computer science.

C.H.I.P. vs Pi Zero: Which Sub-$10 Computer Is Better?

C.H.I.P. vs Pi Zero: Which Sub-$10 Computer Is Better?

Now there are two capable, sub-$10 computers for Makers — the $5 Pi Zero and the $9 C.H.I.P. — we compare the specs of each.

BB-8 Uses Omniwheels and Beaglebone for Self-Balancing Head

BB-8 Uses Omniwheels and Beaglebone for Self-Balancing Head

Create your very own full-size Star Wars BB-8 self-balancing robot using these instructions.

NVIDIA Jetson TX1

With New Board, Nvidia Makes It Easier to Build ‘Thinking Machines’

The Jetson TX1 Developer Kit makes it more practical to develop super-smart bots and other 'autonomous' devices

Pi-Top Goes to Indiegogo to Fund $99 Raspberry Pi Desktop

Pi-Top Goes to Indiegogo to Fund $99 Raspberry Pi Desktop

Pi-Top has recently started shipping the original Pi-Top to its crowdfunding backers. Alongside this, they've also kicked off a new crowdfunding campaign, this time for a desktop.

Jonathan Hooker's Relighting Photo Rig

This Rig Lets You Shoot Photos Now, Adjust the Light Later

Learn how to build a rig and create a composite photograph that can be selectively lit after it has been taken.

Learn to Make Interactive Graphics with Updated Getting Started with Processing

Learn to Make Interactive Graphics with Updated Getting Started with Processing

The latest release of Processing 3 is marked with an updated edition of Getting Started with Process.

A Broken Pinky Won't Stop Him: Teen Builds Custom Minecraft Controller

A Broken Pinky Won’t Stop Him: Teen Builds Custom Minecraft Controller

When a broken pinky left 13-year-old Seamus unable to play video games, he and his father built a custom controller with an Altoids tin.

Microsoft Announces Windows IoT Support for Arduino and DragonBoard

Microsoft Announces Windows IoT Support for Arduino and DragonBoard

Microsoft is getting their latest OS into the Maker scene through SBC integration. Their latest update adds support for Arduino and Dragonboard.

Roomba, I Command Thee: Use Raspberry Pi for Voice Control

Roomba, I Command Thee: Use Raspberry Pi for Voice Control

Take advantage of these open source resources to set up voice control with Raspberry Pi and bark orders at your home appliances.

Projection Mapping with Laser Cats

Projection Mapping with Laser Cats

Create projection mapping special effects like the ones seen in art and advertisements, with moving video superimposed on a structure.

Sprout by HP 3D PC and scanner

Sprout 3D PC & Scanner, New ‘Tour Truck’ Draw Throngs at World Maker Faire

Sprout by HP has a touch-sensitive 'mat' that goes beyond conventional computers and provides an experience so easy even a child can use it.

Beehive connected to internet.

The Internet of Bees: Adding Sensors to Monitor Hive Health

Learn how to pull realtime sensor data from a beehive to monitor its weight, temperature, and humidity over the internet.

Preserve Data in a Mason Jar Using Raspberry Pi

Preserve Data in a Mason Jar Using Raspberry Pi

Make a custom Raspberry Pi enclosure to store family memories right next to your tomatoes.

  • Posted by | September 29th, 2015 11:00 AM
Qualcomm Snapdragon, DragonBoard 410c Fire Up at World Maker Faire

Qualcomm Snapdragon, DragonBoard 410c Fire Up at World Maker Faire

The chipmaker's efforts signal a serious strategic bet — that Makers will play an out-sized role in big new markets.

$9 Computer Founder: Please Steal My Design

$9 Computer Founder: Please Steal My Design

Dave Rouchwerk of C.H.I.P. $9 computer explains how important it was to be open source and how he welcomes clones of his device..

Watch This Tiny Adorable Drawbot Write Out the Time

Watch This Tiny Adorable Drawbot Write Out the Time

This whiteboard drawbot uses its tiny adorable arms to draw the time every 5 minutes.

8 Types of Trash Every Maker Should Be Stoked to Score

8 Types of Trash Every Maker Should Be Stoked to Score

You know what they say about one man's trash. Keep your eyes on the curbside to come up on these perfectly useful items.

Homemade Motion Simulator Is Like a Spaceship in Your Living Room

Homemade Motion Simulator Is Like a Spaceship in Your Living Room

This homemade 6DOF motion simulator rocks and rolls like a professional rig.

You Can Create Fantastical Landscapes with a Kinect-Powered Sandbox. Here's How

You Can Create Fantastical Landscapes with a Kinect-Powered Sandbox. Here’s How

These interactive displays use sand to allow you to scoop, smash, and splatter structures that are then analyzed by a Kinect and projected as a topographical map.

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