Inside the custom 3D printed housing Pete Mills built a LED Tachometer which gets engine data from a Open XC ODB2 module via bluetooth. It is looking for RPM and headlight status data from the module to update the user display.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.10.17 at 11:22
Our friends over at Electro Labs has a new project out, it is a DIY LM1876 Audio Amplifier Project. As usual it is a start to finish project that has full details so you can build your own.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.10.17 at 10:08
At a glance this Robo Dog by M. C. Langer looks like something you might find in the toy section of your local department store. Check out the parts below that went into the building of it.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.10.10 at 11:27
This is a cool plot clock made by Francisco Ramos Mu?oz. It uses 3 mini servo motors, one to move the draw/erase mechanism up and down and two to move the print location.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.10.10 at 11:23
This Acoustic Impulse Marker project by Adam Wrobel and Michael Grisanti of Cornell University uses 3 microphones to listen for sharp sounds, when a sound is detected the arrival time of the sound to each of the 3 microphones is used to determine where the sound came from.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.10.10 at 11:08
If you want to make a memorable Halloween Display have a look at these Singing Halloween Pumpkins by davidandora. A video projector is used to shine images onto the fronts of the pumpkins in such a way that it looks like they have been carved.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.10.04 at 00:00
Check out this Dead Bug Style Bandpass Filter design by PA1ED. If you want great noise isolation a metal box is ideal, check out his FR4 box design! Great idea using FR4 for the PCBs and for the case.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.10.03 at 23:02
Murata is always pushing the envelope when it comes to demonstrating their technology in action. You probably remember the close up look we got of the technology behind Murata Girl and Murata Boy.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.10.03 at 11:47
This Etch a Sketch Clock is a great use of an old toy!
“I use an Arduino driving two very cheap darlington stepper drivers with 64:1 internally reduced steppers for the drawing.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.10.03 at 11:36
Shawn McCombs built a DIY RFID Card Lock System for his office. The wiring is a bit quick and dirty but sometimes you just need to get things done.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.09.26 at 23:34