Month: November 2019

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Let A CPR Robot Save The Day

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Four highschool students in Lyon France are building a CPR robot, with the aim of removing the endurance problem faced by those delivering this form of …

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Multi Material 3D Printing Makes Soft Robot

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When you zoom in on a fractal you find it is made of more fractals. Perhaps that helped inspire the Harvard 3D printers that have various …

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Circuit Simulation In Python | Hackaday

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Using SPICE to simulate an electrical circuit is a common enough practice in engineering that “SPICEing a circuit” is a perfectly valid phrase in the lexicon. …

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Simple Acrylic Plates Make Kirlian Photography A Breeze

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We know, we know – “Kirlian photography” is a term loaded with pseudoscientific baggage. Paranormal researchers have longed claimed that Kirlian photography can explore the mood …

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Robot vs. Superbug

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Working in a university or research laboratory on interesting, complicated problems in the sciences has a romanticized, glorified position in our culture. While the end results …

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Building Your Own Tensegrity Structure

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It seems that tensegrity structures are trending online, possibly due to the seemingly impossible nature of their construction. The strings appear to levitate without any sound …

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Making Your Own Chain Sprockets, The Tidy Way

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Chain sprockets are a key drivetrain component in a lot of builds. Unfortunately they can be difficult to source, particularly for those outside the reach of …

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Dub Siren Synth Does It The Old School Way

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There’s little that can compare to the sheer obnoxious thrill of mashing the DJ siren when its your turn behind the decks. We’ve certainly been guilty …

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Landbeest, A Single Servo Walking Robot

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Walking robots have a rich history both on and off the storied pages of Hackaday, but if you will pardon the expression, theirs is not a …

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DSP Spreadsheet: Talking To Yourself Using IQ

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We’ve done quite a bit with Google Sheets and signal processing: we’ve generated signals, created filters, and computed quadrature signals. We can pull all that together …