New Release Makes EAGLE and Fusion 360 Besties

The latest release of EAGLE builds a bridge between mechanical design and electronic design. Version 8.3 rolls in the ability to synchronize between EAGLE and Fusion 360. You can now jump between mechanical design and PCB layout without the need for extra steps in between. This is the first release of EAGLE that highlights what…

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New Release Makes EAGLE and Fusion 360 Besties

Help gamaral’s Cancer Treatment

If you’ve enjoyed Guillermo Amaral’s electronics projects such as the Canon DSLR WiFi RemoteRaspberry Pi PSUUARTMatic 3000+, Keypad Submodule and many more, then please consider giving to his cancer treatment fund:

Gamaral’s Cancer Treatment

I’ve unfortunately had to flip the bill for my two past surgeries and my on going cancer treatment… and as you can imagine, I’m running out of cash.

If you like my content and/or have found my published projects interesting or useful, please consider sending me some spare change and I’ll be ever so grateful.

Here are couple great project videos by Guillermo on YouTube:

Help gamaral’s Cancer Treatment

Imaging Magnetism With A Hall Effect Camera

[Peter Jansen] is the creator of the Open Source Tricorder. He built a very small device meant to measure everything, much like the palm-sized science gadget in Star Trek. [Peter] has built an MRI machine that fits on a desktop, and a CT scanner made out of laser- cut plywood. Needless to say, [Peter] is all about…

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Imaging Magnetism With A Hall Effect Camera

Hackaday Prize Entry: BeagleLogic Standalone

Brian Benchoff writes on Hackaday about the latest project from Kumar Abhishek: Hackaday Prize Entry: BeagleLogic Standalone A few years ago, [Kumar] created the BeagleLogic, a 14-channel, 100 MSPS logic analyzer for the BeagleBone as an entry for the Hackaday Prize. This is a fantastic tool that takes advantage of the PRUs in the BeagleBone to give […]

via Hackaday Prize Entry: BeagleLogic Standalone — BeagleBoard.org Blog

Hackaday Prize Entry: BeagleLogic Standalone

Hardware Happy Hour (3H) Chicago this Tuesday

This Tuesday night, August 15th, is Hardware Happy Hour (3H) Chicago!

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Join Drew Fustini and more at St. Lou’s Assembly (664 West Lake Street):

August 3H Meetup

Tuesday, Aug 15, 2017, 6:30 PM

St. Lou’s Assembly
664 West Lake Street Chicago, IL

5 Members Attending

Just because we’ll be talking hardware and electronics doesn’t mean we can’t do it on a patio on a summer evening, right?Join us for a Hardware Happy Hour on Tuesday August 15th! We’ll be at St Lou’s Assembly on the back patio.We missed July, so hopefully you have a new project you can bring and show off! Hope to see you all there, please feel fr…

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Hardware Happy Hour (3H) Chicago this Tuesday

Hackaday Prize Best Product Finalist: PewPew

This year for the Hackaday Prize, we’re doing something very, very cool. We’re encouraging hardware entrepreneurs to come up with the next big electronic thing. We’re giving the Best Product in the Hackaday Prize $30,000, and an opportunity to work in a lab filled with tools to turn that prototype into a marketable reality. Last week, we…

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Hackaday Prize Best Product Finalist: PewPew