Arduino

Justine Haupt’s Open-Source Rotary Cellphone Puts Retro Calling Back In Your Hand

Justine Haupt’s Open-Source Rotary Cellphone Puts Retro Calling Back In Your Hand

This high-tech DIY rotary phone takes away the frustrations and distractions of touchscreen smartphones

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Building a Digital Readout For a Lathe From Scratch

Building a Digital Readout For a Lathe From Scratch

  Zach Hipps is hoping to get into wood turning on a lathe. Unfortunately, he got his lathe at the beginning of winter and his shop is cold, so his excitement is a bit muted for a while. He came up with an idea for a project to hold him over till the warmer weather […]

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Sequino Tells Time In The Most Satisfying Way: Sequins

Sequino Tells Time In The Most Satisfying Way: Sequins

You know you’ve done it. You’re walking through the store and you see those pillows covered in sequins that change color depending on which way you lay them. You swipe your fingers across the surface, for a letter, or maybe a simple drawing. Then comes the satisfying part, you swipe your had across the surface […]

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In Search of DIY Products at CES 2020

In Search of DIY Products at CES 2020

With a day and a half of time to spare, we ran through the different halls to find the maker goods of CES.

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Make’s Guide to Boards Has a Hidden Secret!

Make’s Guide to Boards Has a Hidden Secret!

Want to see something super cool? Go grab your copy of Make: Vol. 68 and download the Digi-Key AR Guide to Boards app, then put them together to watch real magic happen. 

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Driving A Tiny RC Car Over The Internet Using ESP8266

Driving A Tiny RC Car Over The Internet Using ESP8266

A couple of months ago we set ourselves a project to create an internet-connected RC track where people from anywhere in the world could drive real 1:43 scale RC cars over the internet in real-time – even when thousands of miles away from our race track here in Helsinki, Finland. See the build video: One […]

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State of Arduino: Watch Massimo Banzi’s Address from Maker Faire Bay Area 2019

State of Arduino: Watch Massimo Banzi’s Address from Maker Faire Bay Area 2019

Every year at Maker Faire, Massimo Banzi gives a presentation about the latest events with the Arduino organization. These have ranged from hardware and software updates to announcements on company reconciliations, and more (peek back here at his 2014 and 2015 installments). This past weekend at Maker Faire Bay Area, his address touched on their […]

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