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Assemble Your (Virtual) Robotic Underground Exploration Team

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It’s amazing how many things have managed to move online in recent weeks, many with a beneficial side effect of eliminating travel making them more accessible …

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Telco Curio Hacked Into Simple Counter

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The tikkenteller was a device used to measure the duration of telephone use. 70 Volts were sent down the telephone line at 50Hz to run an …

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Breathing New Life Into Old School ThinkPad Keyboards

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The ThinkPad is generally considered the unofficial laptop of hackerdom, so it’s no surprise that we see plenty of projects focused on repairing and modifying these …

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Simple Sprite Routines Ease Handheld Gaming DIY

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Making your own handheld games is made much easier with David Johnson-Davies’ simple sprite routines for the Adafruit PyBadge and PyGamer boards. Sprites can be thought …

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Teardown: Nabaztag | Hackaday

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In 2020 there is nothing novel or exciting about an online device. Even the most capable models are designed to be unobrusive pucks and smart speakers; …

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Nintendo Switch Gets A Stylish Dock In A Broken NES

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The Switch is Nintendo’s latest home console, which has forever blurred the line between handhelds and consoles you plug in to your TV. It does both! …

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Aluminium Pucks Fuel Hydrogen Trucks

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In the race toward a future free from fossil fuels, hydrogen is rapidly gaining ground. On paper, hydrogen sounds fantastic — it’s clean-burning with zero emissions, …

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Tic Tac Arduintoe Moves The Game To 4×4

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We know you’re out there spending a lot more time with your loved ones, and appreciate that you may be running out of ways to keep …

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Beautiful Sourdough Bread At Home Thanks To Dynamic Recipe Paramatrization

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More people are making sourdough at home than ever before, and while it may not take a lot of effort to find a decent recipe, it’s …

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Boot Your Pi Over USB

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Historically, booting a Raspberry Pi required an SD card. However, if you follow tynick’s instructions, you can get a Pi 4 to boot from the USB …