DIY wireless charger with a “sound sensing sparkle”

Makers searching for a project to keep them busy this weekend may be interested in a fantastic DIY wireless charger complete with light effects and “sound sensing sparkle” says its creator Chen on the Hackster.io website. Check out the video below to learn more about the wireless charger which uses a SparkFun Arduino Pro Mini […]

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Onion Omega2 Pro open source, plug-and-play wireless Linux dev board

A new tiny wireless Linux plug and play development board has been created by Onion in the form of the Onion Omega2 Pro. Offering a self-contained platform with the processor, memory, storage, and Wi-Fi radio baked into a single board. Watch the video below to learn more about this next generation Omega2 open source development […]

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Retro computer papercraft by Rocky Bergen

Origami and papercrafts master Rocky Bergen has created a range of 3D paper replicas of classic computers which are available as free downloadable prints for you to cut and create yourself. The list of retro computers include Apple II, AMSTRAD CPC 464 and more. “I am happy to present an new updated edition of the […]

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AI running on Internet of Things Microcontrollers with ELL

Developers, hobbyists and enthusiasts wanting to learn more about running artificial intelligence on Internet of Things Microcontrollers with ELL or the Embedded Learning Library (ELL) an open source library for embedded AI and machine learning from Microsoft. Many enjoy watching Chris Lovett from Microsoft Research providing an overview and demonstration during an episode of the […]

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Learn Scratch with the Raspberry Pi Code Club Book of Scratch

If you would like to learn how to program using Scratch, or know someone that would like to get started and is a total beginner. You may be interested to know that the official Raspberry Pi Press team have created and published a new book which is now available to purchase priced at £9.99. The […]

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DIY Raspberry Pi smart scale project

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts or those looking to learn more about the awesome mini PC may be interested in a new DIY project published to the Hackster.io website by maker and developer Elizabeth Adams. The fun begin a project combines a Wii balance board, a Raspberry Pi, and an online data analytics platform, check out the […]

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Conductive Thread tutorial, testing and project inspiration

Makers, tailors and hobbyists wanting to learn more about conductive thread and e-textile applications which combine traditional textile techniques with computer interactions. May be interested in a new tutorial published to the Medium website by designer and CEO of Wearable Media Studio Yuchen Zhang. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about conductive thread […]

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DIY Arduino electric screwdriver project

Makers and hobbyists searching for a new Arduino project to keep them busy this weekend may be interested in a 3D printed DIY Arduino electric screwdriver created by “Progress Thailand”. The DIY electric screwdriver is fitted with a 9 g Micro server which has been modified for continuous rotation and connected to an Arduino Nano. […]

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DIY Raspberry Pi license plate scanner project

Coders, developers and hobbyists may be interested in a new Raspberry Pi project created by aptly named YouTube Macgyver who has used the mini PC to build a DIY license plate scanner. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Raspberry Pi license plate scanner which is capable of identifying a licence plate […]

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DIY 40 ton hydraulic forging press created

Over the years we have featured a number of large DIY projects here on Geeky Gadgets but never a project like the DIY 40 ton hydraulic forging press created by Karl Metalworks. Check out the video below to learn more about this awesome project and homemade forging press. The 10 minute video below takes you […]

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