Draw on an oscilloscope with Arduino

If you’ve ever wanted to plot shapes using an oscilloscope, YouTuber Electronoobs reveals the tricks in his latest video. In it, he draws a Christmas tree, along with a few other designs, and while that holiday is now past, there’s always 2019. Of course, you…

Quels outils pour apprendre le code aux enfants – ZDNet

En cette fin d’année, quittons le monde de l’entreprise pour le cercle familial. Vous voulez transmettre votre passion de l’informatique aux enfants de votre entourage ? Voici cinq outils pour leur donner envie de coder en s’amusant. Source : Quels outils pour apprendre le code aux…

Machine Learning on Tiny Platforms Like Raspberry Pi and Arduino

Machine learning is starting to come online in all kinds of arenas lately, and the trend is likely to continue for the forseeable future. What was once only available for operators of supercomputer… Source : Machine Learning on Tiny Platforms Like Raspberry Pi and Arduino

Arduino One Pixel Camera Sees All (Eventually)

Taking pictures in the 21st century is incredibly easy. So easy in fact that most people don’t even own a dedicated camera; from smartphones to door bells there are cameras built into nearly … Source : Arduino One Pixel Camera Sees All (Eventually)

Open Hardware Board For Robust USB Power Monitoring

We’ve all seen the little USB power meters that have become popular since nearly every portable device has adopted some variation of USB for charging. Placed between the power source and the … Source : Open Hardware Board For Robust USB Power Monitoring

Crossing the Streams with CircuitPython by @aallan @hacksterio

Crossing the Streams with CircuitPython – Hackster Blog by Alasdair Allan – It’s been an interesting year for micro-controller boards. We’ve seen a dramatic drop in the pric… Source : Crossing the Streams with CircuitPython by @aallan @hacksterio

Sniffing RFID Readers With A Piece of Paper

We feature plenty of printed projects here on Hackaday, though they tend to be of the three dimensional type thanks to the proliferation of affordable 3D printers. But in this case, [Milosch Meriac… Source : Sniffing RFID Readers With A Piece of Paper