Electronics, DIY, Makers, Hackers and Internet of Things (IoT)
2 years ago in PlatformsStores
52 mins ago in PlatformsStores
From the mail bag! I have been a IT programmer for 40 years and am just starting to play with Arduinos and Pi’s. Your site and videos are so helpful. I am now waiting for my first Pi and look...
1 hour ago in PlatformsStores
martinohanlon shares: A simple case for Pimoroni’s RGB Keypad Base for Raspberry Pi Pico Print a top and a bottom and put them together. A little drop of glue in the holes on the base will hold it together really...
2 hours ago in PlatformsStores
Dr. Healani Chang is a researcher and teacher who uses her own experiences to help her students flourish. From SACNAS:When I was in school, I learned English in a completely different way. As Native Hawaiians, both my parents’ and my...
6 hours ago in PlatformsStores
ASK AN ENGINEER 5/12/2021 LIVE! – video.
7 hours ago in PlatformsStores
Following up my post about the proto-cyberpunk classic sci-fi film, Westworld, here’s an episode of Jonny Baak’s Everything you need to know about… on the film. I don’t know that it’s EVERYTHING I want to know about Westworld, but there...
8 hours ago in PlatformsStores
Last year, I posted here about Adam Savage’s excitement over laser-cut chain mail. In this video, he looks at some Scaillemaille laser-cut by the same makers. Ben Eadie’s Foam Armory, who now have a Kickstarter to sell mail to those...
9 hours ago in PlatformsStores
Take a look under the shiny hood of an ESP8266
NEW PRODUCT – Adafruit Rotary Trinkey – USB NeoPixel Rotary EncoderIt’s half USB Key, half Adafruit Trinket, half rotary encoder…it’s Rotary Trinkey, the circuit board with a Trinket M0 heart, a NeoPixel glow, and a rotary encoder body. We were inspired by...
11 hours ago in PlatformsStores
If you missed this week’s livestream of John Park’s Product Pick of the Week, not to worry, here’s the permalink. This week’s pick is the QT Rotary Encoder! Watch the video to find out about the QT Rotary Encoder, how...
12 hours ago in PlatformsStores
Using CircuitPython, young girls create rolling eyeballs controlled by a servo motor and triggered by a distance sensor. Uses 3D printed components, lego pieces, hot glue, and lots of tapes.See more on Twitter.