Hacker group fail0verflow recently showed off a PlayStation 4 running Linux at the Console Hacking 2015 conference, marking the first time someone has managed to install a full-blown, desktop operating system on the game console. Although others have tinkered with the PS4 in the past, including a Brazilian hacker group that used a Raspberry Pi to break …
In this instructable I will be building a small PCB board to parallel charge small 3.7v 1S LiPo batteries, the type commonly found in RC toys such as quadcopters. These batteries generally have low capacity and do not have more than one cell. Bigger, multi-cell batteries are outside the scope of this instructable as a further board for the balance lead needs to be made. I needed to charge some 1S batteries and didn't want to wait for a pre-fabricated charging lead or board to arrive in the post. I do lots of Arduino stuff so found that I could use modified PCB headers to create my board.The advantage of this design is it works with several types of connector. I am using it for mini-JST and micro-Losi (also called Walkera) connectors. I will also test it with micro-JST, once those batteries arrive. If you use similar capacity batteries but ...
I wanted to build a full product using 3d printed components and littleBits internals for a talk that I gave for the Barnes and Noble Make Event. The project was inspired by the twilio backpack project I spent some time with a friend getting the 3d models in a good place. It took a lot of trial and error with tolerance and sizing 5-6 design iterations (failing is part of the overall process), but I feel it's a great proof of concept for future 3D printed littleBits projects.General idea was to have 3d modeled littleBits components that could be brought into a 3D program (I used Tinkercad). Then design a housing around the littleBits Components and creating mounting areas by reversing out the 3D models at the last step to create custom mounting points. Here are the steps I used to create the box. To recreate it yourself, skip to step 4 and download the STL files and 3D print.Let me know what you think of the project and if you are interested in learning more about 3D printing plus littleBits
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