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Tearing Down A $25K 8K Video Camera

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Most people buy expensive cameras and use them rather than taking them apart, but Linus Tech Tips has a different approach. They decided that they would …

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Gigapixel Microscope Reveals Tiny Parts Of The Big Picture

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JBumstead didn’t want an ordinary microscope. He wanted one that would show the big picture, and not just in a euphemistic sense, either. The problem though …

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Bringing Pneumatics To The Masses With Open Source Soft Robotics

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Soft robotics is an exciting field. Mastering the pneumatic control of pliable materials has enormous potential, from the handling of delicate objects to creating movement with …

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Stylish Alarm Clock Rocks A VFD

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There are a great many display technologies available if you wish to make a digital clock. Many hackers seem to have a penchant for the glowier …

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Meet The Bootstrap Winners Of The 2019 Hackaday Prize

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The twenty projects that won this year’s Hackaday Prize bootstrap competition have just been certified. The purpose of this is to help great examples of early …

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This British 3D Printing Meetup Is On The Rise

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Most people who are serious about designing, building, or improving 3D printers see the Midwest Reprap Festival as the place where the latest and greatest is …

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Hackaday Podcast Ep23: Everything Breaks… Raspberry Pi, ADS-B, Hackaday Website, And Automotive Airbags

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Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams talk news and great hacks from the past seven days. Sad word this week as Maker Media, the company behind Make …

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Knitting Software Automatically Converts 3D Models Into Machine-knit Stuffies

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We’ve seen our fair share of interesting knitting hacks here at Hackaday. There has been a lot of creative space explored while mashing computers into knitting …

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This Week In Security: Use Emacs, Crash A Windows Server, And A Cryptocurrency Heist

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It looks like Al was right, we should all be using Emacs. On the 4th of June, Armin Razmjou announced a flaw in Vim that allowed …

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Augmented Arthropod Gets A Self-Balancing Ride

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There are many people who find being around insects uncomfortable. This is understandable, and only likely to get worse as technology gives these multi-legged critters augmented …