[Andy] needed a cheap Internet connection between a data-gathering Arduino and his home server. An Ethernet shield would suffice, but he couldn’t run CAT5 to the Arduino’s location.
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DIY Glue Gun Build2013.12.12
Reverse Engineering the iPod Nano 6 LCD2013.12.12
Internet Controlled Power Outlet using a Raspberry Pi2013.12.12
Ultrasonic Range Finder with Haptic Feedback called The Bat Hat2013.12.05
Friction Heater used to Heat a House2013.12.05
Levitating Spinning LEDs2013.12.05
Arduino based Bike Shock Project Allows the Shock to be Programmable2013.12.05
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