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

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

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

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

Build an 8-Bit Computer From Scratch

YouTuber Ben Eater makes incredible “simple” computers from scratch…on breadboards. His website has carefully laid out instructions of the build and links to each of the different… Source : Build an 8-Bit Computer From Scratch

The Tiny, Pocket-Sized Robot Meant For Hacking

The world is full of educational robots for STEAM education, but we haven’t seen one as small or as cute as the Skoobot, an entry in this year’s Hackaday Prize. It’s barely bigger… Source : The Tiny, Pocket-Sized Robot Meant For Hacking

Cat Robot’s Secret to Slim Legs? Banish the Motors!

The first thing to notice about [Bijuo]’s cat-sized quadruped robot designs (link is in Korean, Google translation here) is how slim and sleek the legs are. That’s because unlike most l… Source : Cat Robot’s Secret to Slim Legs? Banish the Motors!

Build an Arduino Mega fingerprint door lock

If you don’t want to carry keycard or memorize a passcode, this build from Electronoobs might be just the thing.  The system uses a fingerprint reader to check to see if you have access, and if approved, the device’s Arduino Mega unlocks the theoretical door…

NEW PRODUCT – The Things Gateway – 915Mhz Version

NEW PRODUCT – The Things Gateway – 915Mhz Version The Things Gateway is open! Come forth all ye who wish for a community-led, open-source Internet of Things smart city network. This Int… Source : NEW PRODUCT – The Things Gateway – 915Mhz Version