What’s in Make: Magazine

Make: Volume 80 – War on Repair

Make: Volume 80 – War on Repair

No, you’re not crazy: For years, it’s been getting harder and harder to repair your stuff. In this issue In this issue we hear from Right-to-Repair luminary Cory Doctorow and iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens about the uphill battle for policy progress at the national level in the U.S. and beyond.

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Make: Volume 79 — 2021 Boards Guide

Make: Volume 79 — 2021 Boards Guide

Looking back at the electronics scene in 2021 will likely be as much about what wasn’t available as what was new and exciting. But despite the shortages, in this issue of Make: we look at the new microcontrollers, single-board computers, and FPGAs that you’re going to love getting your hands on!

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Make: Volume 78 — Robo Boats

Make: Volume 78 — Robo Boats

In Make: Volume 78, we follow a group of friends who set out to send an autonomous boat across the Atlantic a decade ago. Their boat never made it, but that failure set them on a course to launch their own startup for self-navigating vessels. And they give you tips on building your own!

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Make: Volume 77 — Machine Learning

Make: Volume 77 — Machine Learning

In Make: Volume 77, we take a look at new tools you can use to train AI modules right now like Tensor Flow, Edge Impulse, and Lobe, and show how to use frameworks like Tensor Flow Lite to squeeze trained AI onto a Raspberry Pi or Arduino.

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Make: Volume 76 — Behind New Eyes

Make: Volume 76 — Behind New Eyes

Make: Volume 76’s cover story is an enlightening profile feature about Jorvon Moss, aka “Odd Jayy,” and the genesis of his delightful robotic companions and his new set of moving, responsive sci-fi goggles.

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