I have done a lot of research and experiments on internal combustion engines (ICE) and most of them are themed for emission reduction and promoting better fuel economy. Until now, I have no way of knowing how effective my experiments are. Other than having to drive it for a week (to gauge fuel usage), I used to rely on my body senses (e.g. acceleration, smell, heat, noise, etc.) to approximate the results.
Making a great many things is very easy with Arduino microcontrollers. This Instructable tells you how to create a simple 1-button video game made from a handful of parts in the Arduino Basic Kit from 123D Circuits.
Hackaday Raspberry Pi Sentry Turret Is The Enemy Of All Mankind Hackaday War, huh, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing, except as an excuse to build a Raspberry Pi powered sentry turret that will track and fire upon your enemies.
Everyone eventually runs into the problem of running out of I/O pins on the Arduino, and the Raspberry Pi. A shift register is a chip that can give you 8 or more additional I/O ports, while only using 3 ports on the microcontroller.
Our last Windows 10 Theme Week post, we turn to Friend of the Blog, Mike Taulty and his two recent posts about Windows 10, Sphero 2 and Raspberry PI 2 (and Windows 8.1 Lib, WinPhone and PC) Windows 10...
Sometimes, the kids just want to watch some videos, but you don’t want to give them full control over your expensive devices. Over on Instructables, craighissett shows you how to build a kid-friendly video player using a Raspberry Pi.
In this project I am using the ESP8266 WiFi module and PIR sensor motion detector to get e-mail alerts if someone enters the room while I am away. I am using GadgetKeeper Cloud Platform to bing e-mail notifications with PIR Sensor.
Hackaday Push Blood Pressure Data To The Cloud Via ESP8266 Hackaday The gist of it is that he implemented his reverse engineered protocol using an ESP8266, the ubiquitous cheap WiFi board that has become a go-to for web-connected anything like...
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