Month: February 2020

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Media Streamer With E-Ink Display Keeps It Classy

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The Logitech SqueezeBox was a device you hooked up to your stereo so you could stream music from a Network Attached Storage (NAS) box or your …

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Desktop PCB Mill Review | Hackaday

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Carl wanted to prototype his circuits quickly using printed circuit boards. He picked up a Bantam Tools Desktop PCB Mill and made a video about the …

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The IoT Trap | Hackaday

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I’m sure that you’ve heard about the Sonos speaker debacle. (If not, read about it on Hackaday.) Basically, a company that sells a premium Internet-connected speaker …

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Watch Linux Boot On Your Hackaday Superconference Badge

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Last year’s Hackaday Superconference badge was an electronic tour de force, packing an ECP5 FPGA shoehorned into a Game Boy-like form factor and shipping with a …

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A 3D-Printed Bass Guitar | Hackaday

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A visit to the hardware hacking area of the recent Hacker Hotel hacker camp in the Netherlands would bring plenty of interesting pieces of hardware to …

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A Mini USB Keyboard That Isn’t A Keyboard

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A useful add-on for any computer is a plug-in macro keyboard, a little peripheral that adds those extra useful buttons to automate tasks. Sayantan Pal has …

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Casual Tetris Comes In At $9

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Michael Pick calls himself the casual engineer, though we don’t know whether he is referring to his work clothes or his laid back attitude. However, he …

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OpenSource GUI Tool For OpenCV And DeepLearning

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AI and Deep Learning for computer vision projects has come to the masses. This can be attributed partly to the  community projects that help ease the …

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Using IR LEDs To Hide In Plain Sight

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Getting by without falling under the gaze of surveillance cameras doesn’t seem possible nowadays – from malls to street corners, it’s getting more common for organizations …

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Latest FlexLED Milestone Refines The POV Display

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With his FlexLED project, Carl Bugeja is trying to perfect a simple and affordable persistence of vision (POV) display capable of generating “holographic” characters in mid-air. …