World Maker Faire NY 2010 makers’ DIY essentials in IEEE Spectrum

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World Maker Faire NY 2010 makers’ DIY essentials in IEEE Spectrum

O’Reilly Radar contributing editor James Turner has a great round-up of essential maker tools in the current issue of IEEE Spectrum:

What are the tools every hands-on projecteer needs? To answer that question, we went right to DIYers themselves, specifically the exhibitors at last fall’s World Maker Faire NY event.

One tool everyone agreed on is a Multimeter. It’s surprising how much information you can glean from a simple resistance reading or by checking out the voltage drop across a series of LEDs…

DIY Essentials: Does your do-it-yourself workbench have everything you need?

(Great timing on James’ article! World Maker Faire New York 2011 is one month away!)

4 thoughts on “World Maker Faire NY 2010 makers’ DIY essentials in IEEE Spectrum

  1. embedded tech says:

    I like that oscilloscope in picture it never gets old :)

  2. sathish kumar says:

    thanks to Brian Jepson,to give this information to others .still i need more information about ieee spectrum.

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