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Adding RGB To A CRT

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There was a time when all TVs came with only an antenna socket on their backs, and bringing any form of video input to them meant …

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Warm Up To Cooking With A Recipe-Randomizing Toaster

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Did you get a thermal printer when they were hot stuff, but then your interest cooled when you couldn’t decide what to do with it? Something …

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The ESA Reviews Software Defined Radios

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If you want to go to the next level with software defined radio (SDR), there are a lot of choices. The RTL-SDR dongles are fine, but …

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Teardown Of Oddball Night Vision Shows Off Retro-futuristic Vibe

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Night vision aficionado Nicholas C shared an interesting teardown of a Norwegian SIMRAD GN1 night vision device, and posted plenty of pictures, along with all kinds …

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Impressive Lever-Press Espresso Machine Has Finesse

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Some people will do anything for a good cup of coffee, and we don’t blame them one bit — we’ve been known to pack up all …

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From The MacGyver Files: Using A Stepper Motor As An Encoder

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It isn’t hard to imagine a scenario where you are stuck at home all day with nothing to do and certain items are in short supply. …

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The Real Lessons About 3D Printed Face Shields: Effective Engineering Response In Times Of Crisis

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3D printed face shields and other health equipment is big news right now. Not long ago, Prusa Research rapidly designed and manufactured 3D printed face shields …

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What Day Is It? | Hackaday

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With much of the world staying at home at the moment, keeping track of our sanity and the day of the week is a bit of …

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On 5G And The Fear Of Radiation

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The world around us is a scary place, with a lot of visible and invisible dangers. Some of those invisible dangers are pretty obvious, such as …

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A Hacker’s Guide To JTAG

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If you’re reading Hackaday, you’ve almost certainly heard of JTAG. There’s an excellent chance you’ve even used it once or twice to reflash an unruly piece …