Reviving a $25 Generator

Reviving a $25 Generator

[Jennies Garage] found a used and abused inverter based generator in the clearance section of his local home improvement store. The generator had been returned on a warranty claim and was deemed uneconomical to fix....

Arduino and Pi Breathe New Life into Jukebox

Arduino and Pi Breathe New Life into Jukebox

What do you do when someone gives you a Wurlitzer 3100 jukebox from 1969, but keeps all the records? If you are like [Tijuana Rick], you grab an Arduino and a Rasberry Pi and...

FPGA Clocks for Software Developers (or Anyone)

FPGA Clocks for Software Developers (or Anyone)

It used to be that designing hardware required schematics and designing software required code. Sure, a lot of people could jump back and forth, but it was clearly a different discipline. Today, a lot...

The Longest Tech Support Call: Apollo 14 Computer Hack

The Longest Tech Support Call: Apollo 14 Computer Hack

Deep-voiced and aptly named [Scott Manley] posted a video about the computer hack that saved Apollo 14. Unlike some articles about the incident, [Scott] gets into the technical details in an entertaining way. If...

Spray Paint Goes DIY Virtual with a Vive Tracker

Spray Paint Goes DIY Virtual with a Vive Tracker

Here is a virtual spray painting project with a new and DIY twist to it. [Adam Amaral]’s project is an experiment in using the Vive Tracker, which was released earlier this year. [Adam] demonstrates how...

Understanding Gas Pump Credit Card Skimmers

Understanding Gas Pump Credit Card Skimmers

SparkFun teams with law enforcement to better understand gas station skimmers and to take evasive action. Read more on MAKE The post Understanding Gas Pump Credit Card Skimmers appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and...

Another Day, Another Air Gap Breached

Another Day, Another Air Gap Breached

What high-tech, ultra-secure data center would be complete without dozens of video cameras directed both inward and outward? After all, the best informatic security means nothing without physical security. But those eyes in the...

These Robotic Friends Teach Kids How to Code

These Robotic Friends Teach Kids How to Code

Wonder Workshops’ robots Dot and Cue are both valuable tools for teaching aspiring programmers how to code. Read more on MAKE The post These Robotic Friends Teach Kids How to Code appeared first on Make:...

Linux Fu: X Command

Text-based Linux and Unix systems are easy to manipulate. The way the Unix I/O system works you can always fake keyboard input to another program and intercept its output. The whole system is made...

Google compra parte da divisão móvel da HTC por US$ 1,1 bilhão

Google compra parte da divisão móvel da HTC por US$ 1,1 bilhão

OGoogle por intermédio da sua holding Alphabet.inc, fez uma nova aquisição mirando a fabricação de hardware. O grupo da gigante das buscas adquiriu por US$ 1,1 bilhão, parte da divisão móvel da HTC. Mais...

Load Cells Tell You to Lay Off the Donuts

Load Cells Tell You to Lay Off the Donuts

Our old algebra teacher used to say, “You have to take what you know and use it to get what you don’t know.” That saying always reminds of us sensors that convert physical quantities...

Confira o comunicado oficial da Avast sobre a falha de segurança no CCleaner

Confira o comunicado oficial da Avast sobre a falha de segurança no CCleaner

Na segunda-feira (18) noticiamos sobre o ataque hacker que a Tallos Intelligence, unidade de análise da Cisco, descobriu sobre o CCleaner. Cerca de 2,27 milhões de usuários, desse que é um dos softwares mais conhecidos do mundo,...

Build your own Raspberry Pi Pirate Radio

Build your own Raspberry Pi Pirate Radio

In this tutorial, we will be showing you the basics of how to setup a Raspberry Pi Pirate Radio utilizing the FM Transmitter software and a piece of wire. Basically, this piece of software...

Three Women Making Waves on the Colorado Maker Scene

Three Women Making Waves on the Colorado Maker Scene

These three women have all had a large impact on their respective maker communities. Meet them all at Maker Faire Denver. Read more on MAKE The post Three Women Making Waves on the Colorado...

Edible Innovations: 6 More Food Makers Coming to Maker Faire New York

Edible Innovations: 6 More Food Makers Coming to Maker Faire New York

Here are six more food makers and maker pros that you have to meet if you are going to World Maker Faire New York. Read more on MAKE The post Edible Innovations: 6 More...

Pneumatic Origami

Odds are that if you’ve been to the beach or gone camping or somewhere in between, you are familiar with inflatable products like air mattresses. It’s nothing spectacular to see a rectangle inflate into...

Fun-Size Geiger Counter Sits atop a 9-Volt Battery

Fun-Size Geiger Counter Sits atop a 9-Volt Battery

Want a little heads-up before walking into a potentially dangerous radioactive area? Sure, we all do. But the typical surplus Civil Defense Geiger counter is just too bulky to fit into the sleek, modern...

Hackaday Prize Entry: MOLBED Braille Display

Hackaday Prize Entry: MOLBED Braille Display

Electromechanical braille displays, where little pins pop up or drop down to represent various characters, can cost upwards of a thousand dollars. That’s where the Modular Low-cost Braille Electro Display, aka MOLBED, steps up. The...