Want to make your own Bluetooth Door Lock? Just yank out the stock electronics and toss in some custom electronics along with some code (that you can modify) and you are off to the races.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.09.19 at 23:51
We all have thermostats in our houses but how often are they in a horrible place? You often want to place the temperature sensor in a different location than the control and display unit.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.09.19 at 23:30
Remember cassette tapes? These were small devices that held a spool of plastic covered in rust and allowed us to record audio onto, if you were brave you would even store your Commodore 64 programs onto them.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.09.19 at 23:08
There aren’t much details on this Spooky Automatic Halloween Door Knocker project by WAGfilms. But just by looking and his brief description we can get enough info to build our own.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.09.19 at 22:07
If you are looking for a new desk clock, look no further than this Arduino based RGB LED Hard Drive Clock. Via: Dangerous Prototypes
Arduino Uno, Tiny RTC modul, ULN 2003, IR diode and IR transistor (used like a sensor, more details in next steps) 4 pushbuttons (for controling the clock) TSOP4838 (allows us to control the clock with remote controler) Temperature sensor (DS18B20) RGB led strip Connectors, Paper, And of course and old hard disk with working motor.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.09.13 at 10:49
If you are tired of waiting in a boring bus shack waiting for your bus I bet you wish the guys from Norwegian Creations pimped your bus shack!
“The system consists of a Raspberry Pi running RetroPie and a (somewhat modified) Makey Makey.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.09.13 at 10:23
Kaptein QK from the EEVBlog Forum shows off his 3D Printed Wall Chain Clock. The clock uses a Arduino Nano for the brains but he opted to code it in C using the AVR Studio 6, the stepper motor is being driven using an L298N dual H bridge.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.09.06 at 11:45
If you are looking to add some WiFi connectivity to your next project the HLK-RM04 Serial to WiFi Module might be just the thing if you want to go wireless.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.09.06 at 11:08
Our friends over at Electro Labs have a DIY Adjustable Electrical Load project posted. There are lots of adjustable load projects out there, they can come in handy when developing your next project so you should consider building one.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.08.30 at 23:21
Wanting to make an impact on the sidewalk quickly? This Spray Chalk Machine is sure to get that done. “This device is controlled by two Arduino Duemilanove boards, which apparently base the chalk dot timing on encoders sensing movement in the two wheels that the cart rides on.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2014.08.30 at 10:57