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The Toa Mata Arduino-MIDI Robot Percussion Band

The Toa Mata Arduino-MIDI Robot Percussion Band | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Italian maker and sound producer Guiseppe Acito built this robot percussion band by combining LEGO Bionicle bots, an Arduino Uno, and an iPad MIDI sequencer app.Read the full article on MAKE

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Distance Measurement Vehicle via Websocket

A vehicle measures distance with an encoder on its wheel. It is remotely controlled and transmits the distance via Websocket. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Smart Conductive 'On Air' Sign!

Raspberry Pi + Bare Conductive Paint + Pi Cap + RGB LEDs = AWESOME CONDUCTIVE SIGN!. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Tiny Arduino clone starts at $14

Tiny Arduino clone starts at $14 | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
A 15 x 15mm “Arduino Pico” board has launched on Kickstarter with a Leonardo-compatible 16MHz ATMEGA32U4 chip and a micro-USB port.
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Ye Olde Nowt

Ye Olde Nowt | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Yet another pi zero retro handheld game console.
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KOOV: Learn coding with robotics

KOOV: Learn coding with robotics | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
The all-in-one coding, robotics and design kit for the next generation of innovators from Sony.
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A Bright Idea for Reflow Soldering

A Bright Idea for Reflow Soldering | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
There are almost as many ways to reflow a surface-mount circuit board as there are hackers. Today, we add another method to the list. [Dasaki] converted a halogen floodlight into an SMT oven, and d…
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Make a Web Server with ESP8266

Make a Web Server with ESP8266 | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
In this project, we first examine how to install an ESP8266 add-on on Arduino IDE and then we make a configurable web server with an ESP8266 and show the simplicity of this process.
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Open spec GoPiGo robot kit rev'd with more sensors and new Linux distro

Open spec GoPiGo robot kit rev'd with more sensors and new Linux distro | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
The Dexter Industries, Raspberry Pi based "GoPiGo3" robot kit has more sensors, better durability and motor control, and new DexterOS and Bloxter software.
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Minimal MIDI Drum Kit with 3D Printer

This is minimal drum kit using Arduino UNO. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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ESP8266 WiFi Controlled Home Automation

Learn how to implement a simple WiFi controlled Home Automation System using ESP8266 WiFi module.
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The Future of Electronics with MIDs | EAGLE | Blog

The Future of Electronics with MIDs | EAGLE | Blog | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Learn about the future of electronics design as more and more products are made as Molded Interconnect Devices (MID) using LDS technology.
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“Everything is Better with Bluetooth”:  Add Your Own Custom Bluetooth LE to Your Next Project

“Everything is Better with Bluetooth”:  Add Your Own Custom Bluetooth LE to Your Next Project | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Bluetooth low energy (BLE) is designed to intermittently transmit information using a limited amount of power. This article provides the building blocks that allow you to add BLE to your projects for $5 (plus a one-time purchase of a $15 programmer).
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Control Adafruit NeoPixels using Python and JQWidgets

In this tutorial, we'll see how to control an Adafruit NeoPixel ring via mobile using Python and JQWidgets. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Drawing via Web Using Micro-Step Motor Controller and PHPoC

Whatever you draw on a webpage will be replicated on the drawing paper. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Arduino Car Display: 6 Steps (with Pictures)

Arduino Car Display: 6 Steps (with Pictures) | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
I built an on-board diagnostics (OBD-II) based display using a 7" TFT LCD from Adafruit, a Teensy 3.6, the Freematics OBD-II I2C Adapter, and some cheep backup sensors I found on Amazon. The display has two pages: one for when my Honda Accord is in drive and one for when it is in reverse.When my car is in drive, the RPM, MPH, engine load percentage, battery voltage, cabin temperature, and engine coolant temperature are displayed (there are several other vehicle statistics available to display if one does not want these). When my car is in reverse, the Arduino IDE compatible Teensy 3.6 reads an animated bitmap image of my car I found online, displays it, and then reads the backup sensors. The four sensors each have their distance in feet plus an animation behind the car that changes color based off of how close the object is to the ca
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Low cost Cortex-A9 SBC offers GbE and up to 28K FPGA logic cells

Low cost Cortex-A9 SBC offers GbE and up to 28K FPGA logic cells | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
MYIR's 91 x 63mm, $69 "Z-turn Lite" SBC runs Linux on a Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoC, with up to 28K FPGA logic cells and single or dual Cortex-A9 CPU cores.
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Smart Lamp With ESP8266 & Amazon Echo: 4 Steps (with Pictures)

Smart Lamp With ESP8266 & Amazon Echo: 4 Steps (with Pictures) | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
This Instructable guides you along with me in upgrading a vintage lamp with voice-control using an ESP8266 microntroller and Amazon Echo/Alexa. The Arduino code emulates a Belkin WeMo device using the fauxmoESP library, which makes setup a breeze.For a full primer on the Arduino ESP8266 workflow, check out my free Instructables Internet of Things Class, and check out Paige's Lamps Class for more lighting inspiration and know-how. If you're new to Arduino, we have an intro class for that, too.This project uses AC electricity, which could harm you or start a fire-- don't leave this project connected to power unattended, and if you don't know what you're doing, work under the supervision of someone who does. For this project, you will need:Amazon Echo (and/or Alexa app)Lamp (mine is 60W)Computer running Arduino software with ESP8266 support installedAdafruit Feather Huzzah ESP8266 microcontroller boardAdafruit Power Relay FeatherWing Extension cordUSB power adapter (at leas
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Alexa-ready digital alarm clock radio runs Linux on hackable Chip Pro

Alexa-ready digital alarm clock radio runs Linux on hackable Chip Pro | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
PAI’s “Sandman Doppler” is an Alexa-enabled smart alarm clock and music streamer that runs Linux on the Chip Pro COM, and offers 6x USB charging ports.
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The Smart Pen

The Smart Pen | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
“Ugh. You mean I have to press down on the pen’s button to open it? Gross.” In this day-and-age when we can swipe on our phones and do voice recognition, there seems no reason we …
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10 top Raspberry Pi HATs to doff your cap to

10 top Raspberry Pi HATs to doff your cap to | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Here are 10 of the most interesting HAT add-on boards for the Raspberry Pi, covering audio, robotics, wireless, IoT, and more.
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How to Use Octoprint on Orange Pi Lite Board, Amlogic S905X and S912 TV Boxes

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AI-powered IoT: How artificial intelligence works at the industrial edge

AI-powered IoT: How artificial intelligence works at the industrial edge | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
The convergence of IoT, robotics, big data, and machine learning will create enormous opportunities for industrial firms as well as significant challenges.
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Azure IoT DevKit Preview built with Arduino and VSCode

Azure IoT DevKit Preview built with Arduino and VSCode | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
There have been a number of Azure IoT Starter Kits available for some time now. I've written about the Starter Kits in the past. Some of these like the Raspberry Pi Azure IoT Starter Kit from Adafruit require you to wire up sensors and things, while the GrovePi+ is similar to a Lego Mindstorm but for…
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New Cirrus Developer Kit for Alexa-Enabled Products with Amazon AVS

New Cirrus Developer Kit for Alexa-Enabled Products with Amazon AVS | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Amazon’s gamble on voice services seems to have paid off for them. Despite heavy promotion by Google, most developers—perhaps encouraged by the existence of Amazon’s $100 million Alexa Fund—seem to…
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Mozilla launches Project Things IoT framework on Raspberry Pi

Mozilla launches Project Things IoT framework on Raspberry Pi | Open Source Hardware News | Scoop.it
Mozilla unveiled “Project Things,” which builds upon standard web technologies and the Web of Things project, and released code that runs on a Raspberry Pi.
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