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QubeCast Max is a high powered radio module for PocketQube Satellites, HAB payloads, or anything that needs a small radio transciever.
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An interactive artwork built to help with the goals of rhino conservation and electronics and computer science outreach
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Project Bionic Yourself (B10N1C) is a small implant for your arm that makes you a bionic-superhero.
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A connected coffee jug.
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I decided to see if K’nex can be co-opted for science and used them to build a test tube rack.
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Fully stand-alone HF (Shortwave) Software Defined Transceiver & Vector Network Analyzer. Designed for rugged portable use. Highly hackable.
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I'll be using three single-board computers and two tablets for wireless controllers.
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An open source 3D Printable Raman Spectrometer using a RaspberryPi and easy to find off the shelf components..
ongoing project completed project arduino hardware TheHackadayPrize raspberry pi Software ROBOT led MISC
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A mini amplifier bluethooth I made with reference to a model Marshall
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An LED strip of white LEDs that can be turned on, dimmed, and turned off with a wave of your hand
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An affordable electronics manufacturing system for hobbyists, students, & small businesses. Inspired by RepRap. Powered by OpenPnP/FirePick.
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Python-powered machine vision modules
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A large hexapod using a frame from ebay, HXT12K servos from HobbyKing and a Parallax Propeller as the controller.

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