Poop, Programming, and Composting Toilets

Potty humor in the most literal sense, this composting toilet will tell you a joke. The project uses the an MP3 shield, Arduino and PIR sensor to detect use and play a practical joke. The video als… Source : Poop, Programming, and Composting Toilets

A Motion Capture System For Everyone

[Chordata] is making a motion capture system for everyone to build and so far the results are impressive, enough to have been a finalist in the Hackaday Human Computer Interface Challenge. It start… Source : A Motion Capture System For Everyone

The Tiniest Computer Vision Platform Just Got Better

The future, if you believe the ad copy, is a world filled with cameras backed by intelligence, neural nets, and computer vision. Despite the hype, this may actually turn out to be true: drones are … Source : The Tiniest Computer Vision Platform Just Got Better

Prusa Introduces A Resin Printer at Maker Faire NY

For one reason or another, the World Maker Faire in New York has become the preeminent place to launch 3D printers. MakerBot did it with the Thing-O-Matic way back when, and over the years we’… Source : Prusa Introduces A Resin Printer at Maker Faire NY

Maker Faire NY: Programmable Air

At this year’s World Maker Faire in New York City we’re astonished and proud to run into some of the best projects that are currently in the running for the Hackaday Prize. One of these… Source : Maker Faire NY: Programmable Air

R2D2pi @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

from Julien Darrah via hackster.io My daughter got an R2D2 toy believing it was electronically controlled, just to find out that it was only an empty shell. She was very disappointed, so I said I c… Source : R2D2pi @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

Building A Pocket Sized Arduino Oscilloscope

There’s little question that an oscilloscope is pretty much a must-have piece of equipment for the electronics hacker. It’s a critical piece of gear for reverse engineering devices and … Source : Building A Pocket Sized Arduino Oscilloscope

The Un-Economy Of Building Your Own Spot Welder

If there’s one thing that brings hackers together, it’s the ability to build something for less money than it takes to buy it. It’s an exercise [Great Scott Gadgets] put to the te… Source : The Un-Economy Of Building Your Own Spot Welder

Linux-ready Apollo Lake mini-PC offers optional Movidius AI

Aaeon’s rugged “Boxer-6405” mini-PC features an Apollo Lake SoC plus 2x GbE, 4x USB 3.0, 3x or 4x serial, and an HDMI port. Options including SATA, wireless, and an UP AI Core card with Movidius technology. Source : Linux-ready Apollo Lake mini-PC offers optional Movidius AI