This Poké Ball is made to wiggle when there are Pokémon nearby, so you can save your phone for when you need it.Continue Reading
If you’re planning on making a product with GPS capabilities here’s what you’ll need to know about available GPS modules and their relative cost.Continue Reading
A prototype iPhone accessory prevents you from taking predictable, touristy photos by locking down the shutter when it detects that you’re standing in a commonly photographed area.Continue Reading
Precious is the name of the sensor laden anthropomorphized bicycle modified by New York makers Zolty, Mattias Gunneras, and Michael Lipton of Breakfast. The project started when its rider, Janeen, had decided to ride across the US on the TransAmerica Trail to raise money for LIVESTRONG. The crew at Breakfast wanted to lend support and saw it as an opportunity to create something different and exciting.Continue Reading
Homebrew tracking device was designed using an Arduino Uno and GPRS+GPS shield.
Using it to track persons is highly illegal unless you belong to an alphabet agency.Continue Reading
It’s hard to find a good, reliable GPS module, which is why haven’t carried one. But when when we tested the Adafruit Ultimate GPS, we knew it was worthy enough to be in the Maker Shed!Continue Reading
Becky Stern is up to some really cool stuff over at Adafruit. This GPS Dog Collar (as shown on her adorable dog, Olive) uses a a GPS sensor, OLED display, and Adafruit’s Atmega32u4 Breakout Board to track your pet’s progress towards a goal distance.Continue Reading