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Portable SMT Lab for Hacker On The Go
High-tech materials purify water with sunlight High-tech materials purify water with sunlight Note to journalists: Please report that this research was presented at a meeting of the American Chemical Society. DALLAS, March 16, 2014 — Sunlight plus a common titanium pigment might be the secret recipe for ridding pharmaceuticals, pesticides and other potentially harmful pollutants from drinking water. Scientists combined several high-tech components to make an easy-to-use water purifier that could
The Ripper: A Different Kind of CNC Machine
Solar Panel Setup around $100 Solar Panel Setup around $100 My objective was to be able to charge and use, cell phones, tablets, laptops, and other devices that use less than 100 watts. Also I wanted to have the power ready and available day or night. The parts I used are: $39 Solar Cells Untabbed 0.5 volt 2.8 amp 1.4 watt $11 CMP12 10 amp Charge Controller $22 Chrome Battery SLA 10.5 Amp $5 Old Picture Frame to encase the solar Cells $8 Wood to build the frame to hold the panel $4 Wood to build the Charge Station $4 12 Volt Socket $1 9 volt Battery To power the LCD voltmeter $5 LCD Voltmeter Things I had around the house: Exterior Grade Wire 2 Conductor Wire and Panel Mount Connectors Fuses and Fuse Holders Outlet Coverplate 150 watt 12 volt car Inverter 15 amp Blocking Diode
wyager/MicroMechBoard wyager/MicroMechBoard README.md MicroMechBoard This project is the teensy code for Will Yager's custom mechanical keyboard project. The code serves two functions: If plugged into USB, the device will act as a stand-alone keyboard with 33 keys.
Angling to develop for Google Glass? Google gives some insight If you’re looking for a taste of what it will be like to develop for Google Glass, the company posted a video demonstrating the hardware and a little bit of the API on Thursday. Timothy Jordan, a senior developer advocate at Google, gave a talk at SXSW in early March that lasted just shy of an hour and gave a look into the platform. Google Glass bears more similarity to the Web than the Android mobile operating system, so developing for it is simpler than creating an Android application. During the talk, Jordan goes over some the functionality developers can get out of the Mirror API, which allows apps to pop Timeline Cards into a user’s view, as well as show new items from services the user might be subscribed to (weather, wire services, and so forth). Jordan also shows how users can interact with items that crop up using the API. Angling to develop for Google Glass? Google gives some insight
ER doctors use Google Glass and QR codes to identify patients A tech-savvy hospital in Boston developed a custom information-retrieval system for Google Glass, which lets ER doctors scan a QR code on the wall of each room to call up information about patients. Dr. John Halamka, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, described the system today in his blog (a cached version is here as the original link seems to be having problems): In the Emergency Department, we’ve developed a prototype of a new information system using Google Glass, a high tech pair of glasses that includes a video camera, video screen, speaker, microphone, touch pad, and motion sensor.Here’s how it works.When a clinician walks into an emergency department room, he or she looks at [a] bar code (a QR or Quick Response code) placed on the wall. Google Glass immediately recognizes the room and then the ED Dashboard sends information about the patient in that room to the glasses, appearing in the clinician’s field of vision. ER doctors use Google Glass and QR codes to identify patients
What is it like to hear color?
This floating black ball is the creepiest thing you'll see all day
How to Pick a Lock With Hairpins
Soon our roads could be made of smart solar panels Soon our roads could be made of smart solar panels Road Surface Layer - translucent and high-strength, it is rough enough to provide great traction, yet still passes sunlight through to the solar collector cells embedded within Aaaaaand had to suspend my disbelief here. I love the idea and the potential it has, but something that is... ...sounds like wishful thinking. Maybe (Hopefully!)
Forget Stopping Bullets – Vest Warms You While Stopping Taser
Arguably, taking that first step out of the shower is one of the lowest points of the day. It is possible to make that transition from “insanely comfortable shower time” to “everything else you absolutely have to do with your life” a little easier by stepping out onto a lush, comfortable shower mat covered in moss. These mats are commercially available, but are still on the pricey side. If you don’t have that kind of extra money and/or want a fun weekend project, here’s how to get it for a lot less: Here’s what you’ll need: How-To: Moss Shower Mat How-To: Moss Shower Mat
Make Your Own GPS Pet Tracker with TinyDuino
precious plastic | a project by dave hakkens A video to show you how the machines work! Plastic is one of the most precious materials on earth. It’s lightweight, strong, easy to shape and great to recycle. But it’s seen as a disposable and worthless material, it’s cheap, produced in enormous quantities and shipped all over the world. Of all the plastic we use only 10% is recycled. precious plastic | a project by dave hakkens
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Together, Kids Learning Code, Maker Kids, TIFF and Toronto Public Library, have developed comprehensive, maker curriculum for educators who work in formal and informal learning environments with the objective of increasing Toronto youth access and engagement with advanced technology and digital tools! Our workshops and activities allow youth to create something with purpose, driven by their own vision and also empower teachers to be makers. We are hosting Train the Trainer Symposiums wherein the educators can learn how to run and modify activities by doing them. Toy Hacking at Maker Kids: Wednesday, Feb 12th from 8pm to 10pm (Download the module here and the materials here) Arduino Rovers at Maker Kids: Wednesday, Feb 19th from 8pm to 10pm (Download the module here and the materials here) Introduction to HTML & CSS at Kids Learning Code: Tuesday, Feb 25th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm (Download the module here and the materials here) Making Makers | Learning Labs Making Makers | Learning Labs
Yet Another DIY Camera Slider
3D Printed Netduino Remote Controlled Car
Body of a Trinket, Soul of a Digispark
Surplus d'inventaire - Accès Électronique
Home Since 1946, Electronic Surplus has been serving the needs of hobbyists, inventors, HAM radio operators, engineers, and technicians in Cleveland, Ohio and around the world. We specialize in hard to find electronic parts from audio ICs and devices, to transformers and relays. Our inventory is made up of obsolete and active items, all at surplus prices. Some items are gently used and others are new in the manufacturer's packaging. Home
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Introduction | Introducing Trinket Trinket may be small, but do not be fooled by its size! It's a tiny microcontroller board, built around the Atmel ATtiny85, a little chip with a lot of power. We wanted to design a microcontroller board that was small enough to fit into any project, and low cost enough to use without hesitation. Perfect for when you don't want to give up your expensive dev-board and you aren't willing to take apart the project you worked so hard to design. It's our lowest-cost arduino-IDE programmable board!
Project Novena—an open source laptop About a year and a half ago, I engaged on an admittedly quixotic project to build my own laptop. By I, I mean we, namely Sean “xobs” Cross and me, bunnie. Building an Open Source Laptop
In recent years, water-repelling materials have gotten better and better at their job of fearing water. But even the best hydrophobic surfaces still take their time when repelling water. This becomes an issue when the surfaces you want to keep water-free operate in freezing conditions. If water is not repelled quickly, it can freeze and end up stuck there. Water-repellant surface so efficient that drops bounce back off
▶ DEFCON 19: Kinectasploit: Metasploit Meets Kinect
▶ DEFCON 19: Kinectasploit: Metasploit Meets Kinect
▶ DEFCON 19: Kinectasploit: Metasploit Meets Kinect
The Always Up-to-Date Guide to Building a Hackintosh (OS X 10.9)
The Seagate Kinetic Open Storage Vision The World of Storage Has Changed: Data Types, Access Models, Demand and Use Cases Over the past decade, the explosive growth of large-scale, data-driven applications has begun to shift the nature of enterprise storage infrastructure fundamentally. The traditional paradigm of hardware-centric, file-based systems is moving aside to make way for new software-defined, object-based approaches. The new paradigm is an object-oriented one: a world of pictures, movies, ecommerce and Web data, search, and games, and archives of all of these. In this world, objects (information) are written, read and deleted but never modified. Increasingly, systems and data centers are designed for capacity rather than performance.
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Could a Balloon Fly in Outer Space?
Home - ASGARD: Scientific balloons for space education
Soon, Rich People Will Be Ballooning Through the Stratosphere
Move over Google Glass, here comes $300 competition from France
▶ How Intelligent is Artificial Intelligence? - Computerphile
These Self-Assembling Blocks Will Make Real-Life Transformers Possible | Co.Design | business + design
Someday, your Ikea furniture might assemble itself
How to Make a Battery-Powered, Gadget-Charging Go Bag
Hotwiring the future of in-car tech with a smartphone and Raspberry Pi
DatasheetLib.com - The Ultimate Datasheet Library
L'électronique en pratique : 36 expériences ludiques: Amazon.fr: Charles Adams Platt, Xavier Guesnu, Eric Bernauer, Antoine Derouin
DatasheetLib.com - The Ultimate Datasheet Library
DealeXtreme - Cool Gadgets at the Right Price - DX Free Shipping Worldwide
Raspberry Pi and Arduino to get cellular access with SIM card add-on
Build Your Own Crossover Cable, USB to Ethernet Extender, and More
Build Your Own GameBoy-Sized Handheld with a BeagleBone
The Science Behind the Perfect Workspace
Creating a $99 parallel computing machine is just as hard as it sounds
HomeServer/FacilityServer Apps für iPhone, iPod touch und iPad
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Programmer en javascript directement sur votre Raspberry Pi
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Réaliser un test VIH avec un lecteur DVD
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Communauté: The Ben Heck Show
Nanotechnologies dans le textile
TR35: Eben Upton, 34
Une nouvelle méthode permettant de collecter les empreintes digitales !
How Cryonics Works"