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Building a downsized replica of Tim's brilliant Nanite 85 board
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robot lawn mower on steroids
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Intelligent home automation hardware and software on a budget which utilizes a full home personal digital assistant and electricity savings
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Secure your Internet, control your data, fight censorship. Bring your autonomous all in one privacy device everywhere.
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Python-powered machine vision modules
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pcb mill built from garbage using basic hand tools and little money
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this is a strobe light built from a Harbor Freight flashlight.
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Metal parts for people other than blacksmiths. A system to perform aluminium "lost PLA" casting with no propane, and no danger to humans.
arduino TheHackadayPrize completed project raspberry pi ROBOT led avr wireless sci-fi-contest bluetooth
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I have successfully learned and cracked the binary code in sum commonly used ATMs through the audio jack.;)
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How to make inexpensive propellers using mostly hardware store materials and a CNC router
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The PIC32 DMA controller can be used to send a sine table to a DAC at >3.2 million samples/sec
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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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Cornell ECE 4760 teaches microcontrollers as components in electronic design and embedded control.
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