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DIY Water Level Sensor Build

DIY Water Level Sensor Build

Bob Johnson completed his DIY Water Level Sensor project. It can sense 4 levels of water, the results are transmitted using some Xbee devices.   The distance from my barn to the house is over 700ft.

Published: February 23rd, 2015

Lost Signal RC Alarm  Lost Plane Finder

Lost Signal RC Alarm Lost Plane Finder

When your RC plane flies  out of transmitter range some of them are setup to start a slow bank so that it hopefully flies closer to you and you can reacquire communication.

Published: February 23rd, 2015

Sega Cartridges Resurrected using some old Computer Chips

Sega Cartridges Resurrected using some old Computer Chips

Dragao has a Sonic Cartridge that had some invalid instructions that would cause the game to crash at a certain point. The solution wasnt to find a replacement game at the local flea market, he Resurrected the Sega Cartridges using some old Computer Chips.

Published: February 23rd, 2015

DIY AC Watt Meter

DIY AC Watt Meter

If you are looking to build a new project, this DIY AC Watt Meter would make for a useful device that can be added to your test bench. The microcontroller of the wattmeter is PIC18F252.

Published: February 23rd, 2015

Completed Working Nokia 3310 Phone Multimeter Project

Completed Working Nokia 3310 Phone Multimeter Project

Remember the Nokia 3310 Phone Multimeter that we saw last month? Looks like there has been some massive work on the project. It is complete and looks like it works great.

Published: February 16th, 2015

Valentines Day Slot Machine

Valentines Day Slot Machine

  If you want your valentine to work for their candy hearts why not build them a slot machine to let them win them. I have seen little bits before but this is the most complex device I have seen built! Try your luck with the littleBits Slot Machine and win a handful of candy hearts for your special someone.

Published: February 16th, 2015

Open Source Talking Multimedia Clock

Open Source Talking Multimedia Clock

This Open Source Talking Multimedia Clock looks like a fun clock platform that could be developed into many interesting projects. The processor is based on the Arduino Uno platform, the display is a LoL Shield and the speech engine is the SpeakJet chip.

Published: February 9th, 2015

ESP8266  Low Power Sleeping

ESP8266 Low Power Sleeping

  The ESP8266 is quickly becoming a very popular chip, I am sure this is mostly due to the dirt cheap price point.  If you are adding this to a battery operated application you might want to drop the power consumption as low as possible.

Published: February 9th, 2015

Laser Engraver Made of Silhouette Blade Cutter

Laser Engraver Made of Silhouette Blade Cutter

If you have anything that can move in XY directions chances are you can hack a cutting laser onto it and make a quick and dirty laser cutter. Check out this Laser Engraver Made of Silhouette Blade Cutter, a 500mW laser was mounted to a blade cutting machine.

Published: February 9th, 2015

Groundhog Day Alarm Clock Build

Groundhog Day Alarm Clock Build

Check out this fun Groundhog Day Alarm Clock Build that randofo built. It is sure to bring back some movie memories! Via: Gimodo The Groundhog Day Alarm Clock consists of a Panasonic RC-6025 flip clock modified to play the audio from the movie Groundhog Day when the alarm goes off.

Published: February 9th, 2015


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