Spectrometer Is Inexpensive And Capable

We know the effect of passing white light through a prism and seeing the color spectrum that comes out of the other side. It will not be noticeable to the naked eye, but that rainbow does not fully… Source : Spectrometer Is Inexpensive And Capable

Arduino Enters the Cloud

Love it or hate it, for many people embedded systems means Arduino. Now Arduino is leveraging its more powerful MKR boards and introducing a cloud service, the Arduino IoT Cloud. The goal is to mak… Source : Arduino Enters the Cloud

Automate Your Home From the Clearance Rack

The month or so after the holidays have always been a great time to pick up some interesting gadgets on steep clearance, but with decorations and lights becoming increasingly complex over the last … Source : Automate Your Home From the Clearance Rack

Program This Badge in Lisp | Hackaday

This hardware badge is a computer programmed with Lisp. You can write your own programs right on the badge using the built-in keyboard, as long as you know Lisp. If there’s one thing we reall… Source : Program This Badge in Lisp | Hackaday

Return of the Logic Probe

We live in a day when it is very inexpensive to buy an oscilloscope, especially one with modest performance that hooks to a laptop. However, there was a time when even a surplus scope was out of re… Source : Return of the Logic Probe

Underclocking the ESP8266 Leads To WiFi Weirdness

Sometimes the best hacks come from the most basic of questions. In this case, [CNLohr] was wondering what would happen if he started to reduce the clock speed of the ESP8266’s Baseband PLL (B… Source : Underclocking the ESP8266 Leads To WiFi Weirdness

NEW PRODUCT – Tomu

NEW PRODUCT – Tomu Only 13mm long, Tomu really puts the micro in microprocessor. It’s fully open-source development board with the silabs Gecko EFM32HG309 processor, on a little board t… Source : NEW PRODUCT – Tomu

A Smartwatch You Can Easily Build Yourself | Hackaday

The concept of a smartwatch was thrown around for a long time before the technology truly came to fruition. Through the pursuit of miniaturisation, modern smartwatches are sleek, compact, and remar… Source : A Smartwatch You Can Easily Build Yourself | Hackaday