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8 Crazy Keyboards That Will Trick Out Your Typing

A custom keyboard could be right at your fingertips, so why are you still using that basic keyboard that came with your computer?

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A Working OLED Watch Built from Scratch

A Working OLED Watch Built from Scratch

What do you do when you have a small spare organic LED display? If you’re computer engineering student Jared Sanson, you make a watch out of it, designing nearly every aspect of it from scratch. This design was started at the circuit level, and after that, a PCB was laid out in Altium, which Jared […]

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Expanding the Arduino Ecosystem with MicroView

Expanding the Arduino Ecosystem with MicroView

The MicroView is Arduino compatible—and a member of the Arduino at Heart program—but it doesn’t share that classic form factor. It’s a tiny chip-sized, breadboard compatible, Arduino with a built-in OLED display.

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How-To: Minifig Scale OLED Display

How-To: Minifig Scale OLED Display

Very cool idea from Dan over at adafruit: Use an OLED display module to create working scale train schedules, plane schedules, TVs, or other scale flat-panel displays for your Lego models

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Beagleboard Ebook reader

Beagleboard Ebook reader

Justin Huynh over at Liquidware has pieced together another Beagleboard gadget. This time around he’s focused on building a DIY Beagleboard Ebook reader out of snap-on components and the open source FBReader software. It won’t fit in your pocket, but it more than makes up for it in hackability.

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