If you are looking to build a large low resolution screen stringing a bunch of WS2811 LED Strips together might be just the thing. ejunky66 shows us how you can make a cool flexible DIY LED Display using WS2811 LED Strips.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.22 at 23:18
If you are into minecraft you will soon be able to use some technology to interact with the game using physical objects. Adafruit is making this possible with an NFC reader that they will be releasing soon.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.22 at 22:25
RFID technology has rapidly been getting cheaper and simpler for the DIY enthusiast to get into over the years. The video above uses a Raspberry Pi and doesn’t have build instructions but that doesn’t matter much.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.15 at 22:34
Hoffman Engineering shows us how to do some DIY 3D Scanning Using an xBox Kinect. The output of the process can then be used to print on a 3D printer.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.15 at 22:18
If you have one of those electronic fly swatters kicking around you might want to hack it into a cool looking light. Steven from RimStar has just completed his Fly Swatter Compact Fluorescent Light Hack.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.08 at 23:30
Ben Heck shows us how you can be a one man video recording machine. Don’t you hate it when you need to reposition the camera for multiple shots.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.08 at 22:13
When you design a PCB you have lots of ability to route the edges and internal shapes the way you want. Why not use the same material that is used for the circuit board for the actual case? FR4 PCBs are thin, strong, silk screened, have smooth edges, can have very precise holes drilled anywhere you like.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.08 at 22:03
If you are musically inclined a cool project would be to build some of your instruments. This Homemade Electronic Drum Kit by Hyoobaloinz is a great example of what can be developed with a bit of work.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.02 at 11:04
Product testing is very important, you can run a battery of electrical testing on your PCB but a visual inspection is also very important to spot failures that are waiting to happen in the future.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.02 at 10:53
If you make your own PCBs this TwinTeeth machine might be just the thing you need for your bench. Thanks for the tip Charlie & Victor
“It includes the following functions:
UV Laser photoengraving on sensitive film or presensitized boards using an ultraviolet laser.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2015.03.02 at 10:48