|If you would like to start learning about robotics or know someone that would, you may be interested in a new beginner’s robotic kit called the LittleBot Budget. Designed for STEM students and learners easy to build and affordable robotics kit allows you to learn a wide variety of different robotic techniques including Control with […]|
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|The latest edition of the awesome Hacksapce magazine is now available as issue 11, featuring the best maker hardware currently available around the world. “With the help of Hackster’s chief hardware nerd Alex Glow, we’re here to open your eyes to the new devices and boards that could really kick your making into gear. We […]|
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|ArdOsc is an awesome Arduino oscilloscope project built using an Arduino Nano and a tiny 1.3” OLED display. Created by maker Peter Balch the Arduino oscilloscope can display data on a computer screen, although the addition of an OLED display allows it to be used independently if required. The DIY Arduino oscilloscope costs roughly the […]|
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|Electronic enthusiasts and makers may be interested in a new DIY stroboscope Arduino project which is being published by the official Arduino website this week. If you’re interested in making you very own the code is available complete with circuit diagrams from the Mediafire website. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the […]|
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|Designed for ages eight years and above a new STEM robotics kit has been created by the team over at Ubitech, which is now to purchase priced at $119. The all-new Overdrive Kit takes the form of an interactive robotic building block kit that gives kids the opportunity to use over 400 parts to build, […]|
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|It’s been the dream of many to have a house robot that is capable of wandering your rooms waiting for your next command. If you can’t wait for the trillion dollar tech companies to create exactly what you need you may be interested in a new DIY house wondering robot called NOX. NOX is a […]|
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|Nintendo Switch Labo experimenters and creators be interested in a new video created by maker and engineer Vimal Patel showing a few examples of what can be created using a little LEGO, Labo and a few 3D printer parts. Check out the results in the video embedded below. For those unfamiliar with Nintendo Switch Labo, […]|
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|The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a new issue of Hello World which provides teachers and educators with an in-depth exploration of ethical computing, coding and more. The highlights of issue six include : Doing the right thing: can computing help create ‘good citizens’? Ethics in the curriculum: how to introduce them to students, Microblocks: […]|
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|Developer Nicolai Shlapunov has created a new modular open source system specifically created for learning how to program and develop games. The DevBoy has this week launched via Kickstarter with the aim of raising $100,000 over the next 30 days to make the jump into production. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about […]|
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|Raspberry Pi enthusiasts building small Game Boy systems using the awesome RetroPie 2018 games emulation software manager may be interested in a new tutorial published to the Hackster.io website by members Leancarlo Ruiz, Manuel Felipe Ramos Gracia and Thomas Edwards. Providing an update guide to setting up the Kuman TFT 3.5-inch screen to work with […]|
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