Prepare yourself for the return of Hackaday Belgrade! Our premier European conference — Hackaday Belgrade — is on 26 May and we want to hear what you’ve been working on. The Call for Proposals is now open. We seek talks and workshops exploring the most interesting uses of technology and the culture that goes along with it.…
Looking for a ultra tiny development board? Tomu is an ARM Cortex M0+ device that fits inside your USB port. We’ve seen these in person, and they’re tiny. There’s a few commercial devices in this form factor on the market. For example, the Yubikey Nano emulates a keyboard to provide codes for two-factor authentication. The…
Raspberry Pi FPGA HAT designed by Eric Brombaugh:
The icehat is a small (Raspberry Pi Zero-sized) board with a Lattice ice40 Ultra or Ultra Plus FPGA and three Digilent-compatible 8-bit PMOD receptacles.
Ken Shirriff writes about a computer restoration project:
A small robot car that you could build yourself and program it to follow a black line on the floor. A small game platform, that you could build and program yourself. Those are the Tinusaur project goodies. They can help you learn, teach and make things with microcontrollers, and have […]
It probably doesn’t get much worse than nuclear conflagration, when it comes to risks facing the planet. Countries nervously peering at each other, each jealously guarding their stocks of warheads. It seems an unlikely place to find a 34C3 talk about 6502 microprocessors, but that’s what [Moritz Kütt] and [Alex Glaser] managed to deliver.
The Cartinu is a small robot car that you could build yourself. But don’t worry! It isn’t that complicated – this circuit, is so simple, that there are very few things that could go wrong. The “brain” of the Cartinu is the Tinusaur board that is powered by the popular Atmel ATtiny85 microcontroller. Once your Cartinu is ready […]
tl;dr You know when you see something and it give you instant inspiration and you also see a few ways you would also improve it. The thing I seen was wonky resistor score zero it’s basically a raspberry pi “hat” that has buttons in the layout of a nes controller. What I first thought was to make […]
Christmas lightnings around houses are not my favorite, however I like the atmosphere of warm little candles put on the bottom borders of the windows . That’s the starting point of a long and lazy digression. Instead of burning continuously paraffin wax, could we make a reusable electronic one ? Of course, there is tons […]
When reading about cool projects and products, it’s common to see wiring plugs labelled “JST connector.” This looks fine until we start getting hands-on and begin hacking things together. Inevitably we find the JST connector from one part fails to fit in the JST connector of another. This is the moment we learn “JST” is […]