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The household of [James Watts] has cats, and those cats have decided that various spots of carpet are just great for digging up with their claws. After some efforts at training the cats, [James] enlisted a robotic cat trainer with remote wireless…
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Low-resolution camera built with germanium transistors by @Shaos1973: Germanium Vision http://bit.ly/26vzHE7 #HackadayPrize
Another project for my "Germanium" portfolio ;) Idea is to create low-resolution camera that will be built out of matrix of opened germanium transistors (manufactured in USSR in 80s). First milestone to achieve - direct transferring light from bunch of transistors to bunch of lamps through transistor amplifiers and a lot of wires. MOST INTERESTING PART IS TO RESEARCH INFRARED SENSITIVITY OF GERMANIUM SEMICONDUCTORS TO ALLOW HUMAN EYE TO SE...
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Ide try to make a line scanner.

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Why rent a photobooth when you can make one yourself? All about camera hacks in this Hacklet 97: Hacklet 97 – Camera Projects https://goo.gl/FWTYNm
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Hackaday #LosAngeles Meetup at the Supplyframe DesignLab is next Tues, Jan 24. See you there with your hacks and projects! Two great talks: Bertrand's Paradox (classic probability paradox) and the SR-1 Project (world-record speed airplanes). RSVP on the MeetUp Page: http://bit.ly/2hAhRz5
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[Steve Collins] is a regular around Hackaday. He’s brought homebrew LIDARs to our regular meetups, he’s given a talk on a lifetime’s worth of hacking, and he is the owner of the most immaculate Hackaday t-shirt we’ve ever seen. For the 2016 Hackaday…
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Head over to the Tindie HackChat this Friday at 9AM PST, to learn all about selling your own custom hardware creations and how to make extra cash on the side (or even quit your day job!): http://bit.ly/2iL5mj7
Wondering how to get your project into the hands of buyers immediately? This is the place to start!
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Crystal radios used to be the “gateway drug” into hobby electronics. Trouble was, there’s only so much one can hope to accomplish with a wire-wrapped oatmeal carton, a safety-pin, and a razor blade. Adding a few components and exploring the regenerative…
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It’s interesting, to consider what constitutes a power user of an operating system. For most people in the wider world a power user is someone who knows their way around Windows and Microsoft Office a lot, and can help them get their print jobs to come…
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[Niklas Roy] has always wanted to try out thermal imaging and saw his opportunity when he received one of those handheld IR thermometers as a gift. But not content with just pointing it at different spots and looking at the temperatures on the LCD…
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EAGLE user? We hope you like subscription fees. Autodesk has announced that EAGLE is now only available for purchase as a subscription. Previous, users purchased EAGLE once, and used (often for years) before deciding to move to a new version with another…
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As long as they keep the free version....I am ok.
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Apply for residency at the DesignLab to bring your great idea to life. Apply now: Supplyframe DesignLab Residency Application http://bit.ly/2hddnyp
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Recently, [Manuel] did a post on making logic gates out of anything. He mentioned a site about relay logic. While it is true that you can build logic gates using switch logic (that is, two switches in series are an AND gate and two in parallel are an OR…
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