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Whoa. We’re just blown away by this new project by [Maximilian Mali] and [Sebastian Haushofer]. It’s a stacked Persistance of Vision display, with 9 layers — effectively creating a Volumetric 3D POV Display. We recently shared one of [Maximilian's] other…
Whoa. We're just blown away by this new project by [Maximilian Mali] and [Sebastian Haushofer]. It's a stacked Persistance of Vision display, with 9 layers -- effectively creating a Volumetric 3D P...
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[Roman Rolinsky] wanted to try to do something interesting with his Raspberry Pi and a 2.8″ LCD he had laying about… So he made a rather bulky version of Google Glass. We’ve seen a few examples of home brew Google Glass before, or even real-life subtitle…
[Roman Rolinsky] wanted to try to do something interesting with his Raspberry Pi and a 2.8" LCD he had laying about... So he made a rather bulky version of Google Glass. We've seen a few examples o...
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The 90s were a remarkable time for Sci-Fi movies, in that there actually were sci-fi movies, and not sequels to a reboot of yet another comic book movie. One of the breakout hits from this era was Stargate, the film and three syndicated television series.…
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[Jeff Laughton] was contacted by a customer that was interested in adding some automated functions to a printing press. Before eventually settling on a microcontroller for the job, [Jeff] went old school and started looking at logic gates, counters, and…
[Jeff Laughton] was contacted by a customer that was interested in adding some automated functions to a printing press. Before eventually settling on a microcontroller for the job, [Jeff] went old ...
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3D printers are awesome, and while the plastic filament may not be as much as a rip off as printer ink (yet), it’s still marked up at least 500%! If you really want to break free, you’re going to need your own filament extruder. ABS, a typical printing…
3D printers are awesome, and while the plastic filament may not be as much as a rip off as printer ink (yet), it's still marked up at least 500%! If you really want to break free, you're going to n...
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If you’ve played with an Arduino, you’ve probably been frustrated by the IDE. It works, but it’s not the best editor. It’s especially painful for bigger files and larger projects. The Stino plugin for Sublime Text aims to solve this issue by bringing the…
If you've played with an Arduino, you've probably been frustrated by the IDE. It works, but it's not the best editor. It's especially painful for bigger files and larger projects. The Stino plugin ...
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[Josh] hit the same issue we’ve faced before: cable modems don’t match a form factor and usually don’t make themselves easy to mount on something. We could complain about routers as well, but at least most of those have keyhole slots so you can hang them…
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[Agy] a fabric hacker in Singapore has made a chic light sensitive LED necklace, and written up the tutorial on her blog  Green Issues by Agy. The lovely thing about this hack is that it doesn’t look like a breadboard round her neck, and most of the…
[Agy] a fabric hacker in Singapore has made a chic light sensitive LED necklace, and written up the tutorial on her blog  Green Issues by Agy. The lovely thing about this hack is that it doesn't lo...
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[Till Handel] just put the finishing touches on a paper he wrote about how to build a cheap 3D scanner — mostly out of spare parts. Using parts from old printers and notebooks, he’s cobbled together this rather rough-looking laser scanner. But don’t be…
[Till Handel] just put the finishing touches on a paper he wrote about how to build a cheap 3D scanner -- mostly out of spare parts. Using parts from old printers and notebooks, he's cobbled togeth...
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  Wearable, lightweight hacks have long been dominated by the Lilypad. This will probably change with the introduction of the Printoo. Using printable circuit technology, the Printoo takes a modular approach to enable hackers, makers, and engineers alike…
  Wearable, lightweight hacks have long been dominated by the Lilypad. This will probably change with the introduction of the Printoo. Using printable circuit technology, the Printoo takes a m...
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