Chances are you’ve spent a lot of time trying to think of the next great project to hit your workbench. We’ve all built up a set of tools, honed our skills, and set aside some time to toil away in the workshop. This is all for naught without a really great project idea. The best…
Pierre Muth has created a battery powered remote display for logging station:
This tests using the famous ESP8266 and low consumption Sharp Memory LCD. Is it possible to have a compact remote display battery powered?
Muth has shared the board on OSH Park:
We’re very excited for the Open Hardware Summit 2016 on Friday, October 7th, here in our hometown of Portland!
Please join us at our OSH Park headquarters on OHS 2016 eve. We’d love it if you Bring-a-Hack, but either way, all are welcome for a grand time!
Thursday, October 6th
Refreshments will be served
Sometimes, a person has a reason to track a target. A popular way to do this these days is with a camera, a computer, and software to analyze the video. But, that lends itself more to automated systems, like sentries. What if you want to be able to target something by “painting” it with a…
Jack Gassett wants to enable rapid prototyping of new projects:
GadgetBox is an IoT project built around a case that allows you to connect 4 eCogs (think mini Shields) without stacking or sharing pins!
tl;dr There is one thing missing from all my projects so far…..Something that moves. Bristle bots are very similar to hex bugs but are built from toothbrush heads and pager motors. I thought the idea of bristle bots was cool but they were no brains to them until i seen this blog post where you could […]
For use with 5v signalling and featuring a full size USB-A socket