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Step-by-step instruction of running uTorrent on Raspberry Pi 2 using ExaGear Desktop.
A very simple to construct loom for band or card weaving.
Inspired by the 1982 GI-Joe VAMP. Print one to add to all your playsets and toys!
James M. Drachenberg
Easy DIY build using 3D printed components, a RGB LED light strip, and wood veneer.
Here's a nice skull attachment for your drone with red LED eyes.
R. Scott Coppersmith
This spinning Christmas ornament is a great addition to anyone's Christmas tree and it is an easy print and easy assembly.
Control your robot using Windows 10 IoT Core Speech Recognition.
Anurag S. Vasanwala
You can make this simple project; all it needs is two working keyboards, some cutting tools, and a free afternoon!
I’ll demonstrate how I built my mobile phone/iPod mount out of LEGO for my LEGO optics lab.
Cool speaker made with an old mountain bike tyre. Super simple, just plug and play.
It looks as good as it sounds!
A conductive 3D printing filament was smushed into the LED contacts using a soldering iron to complete the circuit.
Laser-cut snowman ornament that blinks and plays music with a custom-made PCB for easy assembly.
I made train controlled by Blynk and BLE board. I can easily using Blynk!!
An Arduino Uno project that utilizes a laser to detect when the laser beam has been interrupted.
Mushroom LED Lamp made out of cardboard box
Use the AWS IoT Button to control a LIFX light bulb. Using the phone application can be cumbersome to turn the lights on or off in a hurry.
This is my simple LED panel. I used 6 LEDs, each with a power of 10W. 3 LEDs are warm and cold 3 LEDs.
Make your own inexpensive (<$10) NFC ring out of wooden veneers!
Amaze your friends with this easy-to-make an cool Iron Man Arc reactor!
Print out a little purse!
The HDrive is an easy to use IoT-enabled servo drive, both for the inexperienced and for professionals.
I picked up an old intercom from an antique mall in Austin for about $20 and turned it into a unique Amazon Echo.
Make a simple solar-powered robot using only a few recycled materials, hot glue, and tape.
Recreating a scene from the Angry Birds video game using painted pumpkins and a giant pig tower is an exciting way to celebrate Halloween!
Terren Peterson and Kaya Peterson
Here you make an artifically intelligent game opponent.
The electronics for a simple camera slider, keeping it simple so it can be used with an ATTiny85.
SD Card is the common storage device used to store data, but sometimes it can be very frustrating.
I built a small lens holder for my Lego optics lab from components I salvaged from an old computer projector I rescued from a dumpster.
Clone up to 8 SD Cards at once even if they are different sizes.
I will show you how to easily make a RFID lock. I will use an Arduino UNO and RFID RC522 (MIFARE protocol).
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