February 6-10, 2018
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This tiny circuit will annoy friends and family with its piezo buzzer that makes unwanted sounds, and an LED that will blink in the wee hours of the night.
This project displays live traffic conditions between two locations on a physical map, using an Adafruit Feather Huzzah that gathers data from the Google Maps API and then sets the color of a string of NeoPixels
Use JJ Robots' kit and your Android phone to build an air hockey partner who's always game.
Construct an Arduino guitar pedal stompbox with easy-to-find parts and you'll be having fun creating your own sounds in not time.
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.
Ted Kinsman walks you through the step-by-step process for the conversational piece at your next party: a drink-making robot.
Ever used a drive-in movie speaker? Build your own and listen to your tunes in retro style.
Build an Arduino-powered, 3D-printed, moon-walking bot with preprogrammed and custom gaits.
Use a wind sensor and an Arduino to blow out an LED candle.
The Jetson TX1 Cat Spotter uses advanced neural networking to recognize when there's a cat in the room — and then starts teasing it with a laser.
This isn't your typical schoolroom globe... Create a Persistence-of-Vision LED Globe to display a map, a skull, or message.
The BITalino is great for biohacking — hook up the sensors and play Classic Pong with a swing of your wrist.
You can grow a crystal around an LED light that's powered by magnetic induction.
Use an Arduino and an H-bridge motor circuit to build an automatic can crusher
Use a servo to flick a light switch mechanically — without ever touching 110V power — with this Wi-Fi “Turner Onner”
High speed photography is great for capturing the moment when two water droplets collide and make incredibly beautiful fluid impacts.
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