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iPhone Unlocks Door with the help of a Raspberry Pi a Wood Spoon and a Tea Cup

iPhone Unlocks Door with the help of a Raspberry Pi a Wood Spoon and a Tea Cup

Fabrizio Giordano used some items in his kitchen to allow him to remotely unlock his apartment door. When you are in an apartment you will quickly eat up your damage deposit if you start drilling holes for wires and screw things to the walls and doors.

Published: March 7th, 2014

Nibbler  Home Made CPU

Nibbler Home Made CPU

  Steve from the Big Mess o Wires blog has built a Home Made CPU called the Nibbler. Why the name? Because it is a 4 bit CPU (half of a byte is a nibble).

Published: February 27th, 2014

DIY Solder Fume Extractor Built Into Electronic Workbench

DIY Solder Fume Extractor Built Into Electronic Workbench

When working on your latest project you will eventually need to take it from breadboard to perf board. This is a fun step but unfortunately involves lots of smoke from the solder flux.

Published: February 27th, 2014

Arduino Plant Mister

Arduino Plant Mister

When you walk through the garden section of your home store in the summer you will see a bunch of misters spraying the plants every now and then to keep them moist.

Published: February 27th, 2014

Arduino Network Uptime Monitor via Twitter

Arduino Network Uptime Monitor via Twitter

If you want to know when your network is having issues and have some Arduino gear kicking around this Uptime Monitor Project by www. hackshed. co.

Published: February 27th, 2014

DIY Smart Watch

DIY Smart Watch

  Smart Watches are taking quite a while to catch on. I think when the price comes down to the $50 range or they are included with your smart phone I think we will see mass adoption but until then I think they will remain rare.

Published: February 27th, 2014

Open Bitcoin ATM

Open Bitcoin ATM

This Open Bitcoin ATM might be a simply way to distribute Bitcoin in establishments that want to use it for sales. Just make sure no one walks away with the big box of cash.

Published: February 27th, 2014

Remote Flower Watering Project

Remote Flower Watering Project

Lucy Matchett, Nicole Yi Messier, and Joselyn McDonald used Spacebrew to make this Remote Flower Watering Project. This fun little project uses a photoresistor to detect when a watering cup has been lifted off the base and sends this information to the remote unit, the remote unit then pours the water that has been prepared onto the plant using a small servo motor.

Published: February 27th, 2014

Inductive Loop Vehicle Present Sensor

Inductive Loop Vehicle Present Sensor

When leaving a parking garage have you ever wondered how the gate knows how to close only after you have pulled out? The magic lies below the concrete, there is an inductive loop in the ground under the gate arm.

Published: February 27th, 2014

Long Nose Robot of Death

Long Nose Robot of Death

  Ok, it isnt actually not a Long Nose Robot of Death even if that is what it looks like Its a Raspberry Pi controlled Tank that can shoot BBs.

Published: February 17th, 2014


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