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My path to building a low-cost, DIY thermal imager kit
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 number generator squiggles the numbers it produces as a flurry of random lines in an artistic interpretation of abstract art.
Built this platform, mount something on top, and move it in any direction you please.
TL; DR: Rainbow = awesome. Please click through for instructions.
Make use of a Raspberry Pi to build a network scanner that will keep track of the hosts connecting to your local network. It’s actually pretty easy to do.
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
With a button, a buzzer, and a Raspberry Pi Zero W, you can construct your own telegraph and trade secret messages in Morse code.
Use JJ Robots' kit and your Android phone to build an air hockey partner who's always game.
Make pinoculars by upgrading a pair of binoculars with a Raspberry Pi 2 and a Pi camera so it can view and take pictures at a distance.
Construct an Arduino guitar pedal stompbox with easy-to-find parts and you'll be having fun creating your own sounds in not time.
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.
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.
This is no ordinary, circular time telling device. Build your own clock with this elegant and uncommon face.
Ever used a drive-in movie speaker? Build your own and listen to your tunes in retro style.
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