|YouTuber Laplanet Arts or Micah Laplante, has created a working computer built inside a lasagne. Watch the video below to learn more about the crazy PC build which you can recreate yourself thanks to the tutorial. The unique computer system was inspired by a joke about a PC made of pasta made by his wife. […]|
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|Using the Azure Internet of Things hub Hackster.io members of Green team, Damir Mukametkarim and Artem Savchuk. Have created a great tutorial on building a Raspberry Pi plant monitoring system, harnessing the features of Azure IoT and Node.js. The project uses a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B mini PC, DHT11 Temperature & Humidity Sensor, SparkFun […]|
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|The YouTube channel DIY Builder has published and created a DIY Arduino laser engraver which is powered by an Arduino Nano development board and is fitted with a 200-250mW 650nm Laser Module. Check out the video below to learn more about the DIY Arduino laser engraver constructed using the innards from an old PC DVD […]|
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|Now the final season of Game of Thrones is underway, what better way to while the time between episodes than building your very own Game of thrones inspired Dragon Lamp. Created by Instructables member 3Demon-3Dprint the dragon lamp can be scaled to suit your 3D printer, check out the printing time-lapse video below to see […]|
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|Etch-A-Snap is a unique and awesome camera capable of drawing photographs thanks to the integrated retro Etch-a-Sketch. Built using a Raspberry Pi Zero an official Raspberry Pi camera module the Etch-A-Snap camera has been created by Martin Fitzpatrick. The drawing time for a photo is approximately 15 minutes to 1 hour depending on complexity of […]|
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|London based Design Stuff has created a new desktop fidget toy called the Bobbler to help you focus while at your office or home desk. The Bobbler uses magnets and ball bearings to create a unique desktop toy that has this week been launched by Kickstarter and is now available to back with early bird […]|
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|Kittenbot Meowbit is a tiny pocket games console equipped with a 1.8 inch display and powered by a 32-bit ARM Cortex M4 core processor. Priced at $39.90 the retro game computer can also be programmed and has six programmable buttons a buzzer, built-in light sensor, temperature sensor and SD card slot for external storage. At […]|
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|Hackster.io member MJRoBot has created a real-time Raspberry Pi face recognition system which is kindly been published to the Hackster.io site enabling you to add it to your own projects and applications. Within the tutorial you will learn how to use the official Raspberry Pi camera to recognise human faces in real time. The project […]|
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|Raspberry Pi enthusiasts with access to a 3D printer may be interested in a new Raspberry Pi case uploaded to the Thingyverse library by member “Weevil_inc“. The latest version uses 4 x M3 x 16 mm screws and 4 x M3 nuts and requires no supports for the printing process._ Other features of the latest […]|
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| Maker and developer Laurent Chervet has created a new smart home assistant similar to Amazon’s Alexa form of Project Alice. If you have privacy concerns about the personal assistance available from the likes of Amazon and Google you may be interested in Project Alice which as been two years under development and uses Snips, […]|
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