pcDuino3 is a $77 Android, Ubuntu single-board PC with Arduino support Liliputing There's no shortage of tiny, low-power single-board computers that can run Android, Ubuntu, or other operating systems.
[Jean-Noel] is fixing a broken Lurem woodworking machine. This machine uses a three-phase Dahlander motor, which has three operation modes: stop, half speed, and full speed. The motor uses a special mechanical switch to select the operating mode.
When chall2009 was a kid, he loved playing with Estes Rockets: So I decided to get back into the hobby but using all of my maker skizzls. So here’s a really cool Arduino Rocket Launcher launching 3D Printed rockets from my MakerBot Rep2!
Imagine a machine that [Anderson Silva] could throw a punch at, that would locate his fist in real time and move a punching pad to meet his moving fist. How would you do it? Kinect? Super huge sensor array?
Unlock a Door with an Arduino and Your Smartphone Lifehacker If you're sick of using your boring old keys to unlock your door, Make has a guide for using and Arduino to power a lock that you can control with your smartphone.
Arduino-compatible MicroView Wired “We've always tried to make learning electronics easier, we started by creating an Arduino with LEDs on each output pin so you know when the pins are being turned on.
Arduino Day Torino Wired It doesn't matter whether you are an expert or a newbie, an engineer, designer, crafter or maker: Arduino Day is open to anyone who wants to celebrate Arduino and all the things that have been done (or can be done!
eTape™ Continuous Fluid Level Sensor The Next Generation of Liquid Level Sensor Technology The eTape Liquid Level Sensor is a solid-state sensor with a resistive output that varies with the level of the fluid (liquid or powder). It does away with...
LinkSprite Announces pcDuino3 Launch PR Web (press release) With a more powerful A20 dual core ARM cortex A7, Arduino style headers with Ubuntu software support, IR receiver, LVDS LCD interface, high speed camera interface, SATA and a lot more new...
Build Your Own Arduino-Powered Laser Cutter Lifehacker Laser cutters are great DIY tools, but they're pretty expensive. If you'd prefer to build your own, Instructables user SilverJimny shows you how using an Arduino.
This project allows you to open a solenoid lock from a PhoneGap app using the Bluetooth Serial Plugin and the new Adafruit Bluetooth LE break-out board for the Nordic Semiconductor nRF8001 chip.Read more on MAKE...