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Sei had two things: a bare wall in their apartment, and a tendency to (their words!) “waste money on useless electronics” — and thus Plotbot was born.
Powered by a Teensy 3.1 and a pair of Nema 17 stepper motors with SilentStepStick TMC2209 drivers, the system uses an extruded […]
EverestX on SOLDIERX yearned for the simpler times of the beeper, and decided to bring them back at a personal scale with a custom Teensy-powered POCSAG pager transmitter.
In the days before everyone carried boring black slabs of always-on hyperconnectivity around in their pockets all day, being reachable away from your desk […]
Ryzee119 demonstrates the Teensy 4.1’s superior performance with a port of the Commander Keen “Commander Keen in Goodbye Galaxy!” series!
Perhaps best known for first-person shooters like Wolfenstein, Doom, and Quake, id Software’s Commander Keen, the side-scrolling adventure based on their Super Mario Brothers 3 clone for PC, was also […]
Florian Loretan bought an old Bontempi keyboard, but it stopped working. Instead of consigning it to the scrap heap, he ended up on a journey to create a custom polyphonic Teensy-based synth, with the only remaining part of the original keyboard being the keys and matrix.
In addition to the […]
Armin Rehberger has implemented a Teensy-Raspberry Pi hybrid overhaul of a CNC mill. The Raspberry Pi provides the user interface, then transfers the selected G-code to a Teensy 4.0 (up to 7,500 steps) for real-time control of the system.
Manual mode allows nudging in each direction on each axis. […]
Sometimes a project comes across our desks that just makes us laugh, in the best possible way.
This was the case with the Hamlet Organ, the creation of luni64’s daughter. If you just want to hear the most adorable sound ever to come from a Teensy, skip to 2:00 in the video […]
Not content to relegate this 44-input beast to prior decades, SantiagoSaldana decided to give Steel Battalion mecha controller an Xbox 360-compatible USB XInput interface, with a little help from the USB capabilities of the Teensy 3.6.
By acting as a USB proxy of sorts, the interface even improves on […]
Claghorn decided to create a Teensy-based hardware intermediary to transform any input device as desired before the OS even sees it.
Frustration with newer Linux distros, especially the transition from X11 to Wayland, was the main motivation. While it’s open source, allowing you to theoretically tweak it to work […]
The MRSC Signature features a custom PCB and aluminum enclosure, with various available RA8875 and HX8357D-based touchscreens. A USB keyboard […]
Darkwave artists Boy Harsher have developed a cult-like following over the past decade. To create a drone synth to tie in with their directorial debut film, The Runner, they reached out to Moffenzeef Modular’s Ross Fish, creator of the Teensy-powered STARGAZER.
While we don’t have a ton of insight […]
Phorton1 teensyExpression caught our attention for two reasons: one, it’s gigantic, and two: (how to put this…?) it’s designed for operation by…toe. To reiterate, the large, tiered 5×5 grid is optimized for use while playing guitar seated and barefoot!
The Teensy 3.6-based system consists of a large, 3d-printed chassis, with […]
Two legs good, four legs…rad? That’s our ad-hoc slogan for this amazing little Teensy 4.0-powered quadruped from Martin Triendl on YouTube!
We don’t have a ton of info on this pint-sized power pup, but we know that it’s 3d-printed, has a USB-chargeable LiPo battery, is driven by hobby servos, and […]
This pro-grade piece of kit features fully balanced, software gain-controlled line/instrument inputs and 600 ohm/+8dBm outputs, with combo XLR/TRS sockets whose insertion status can be remotely read over I2C. […]
Jp3141 decided traditional numeric keypad was far too efficient and the rotary dialer from an old AT&T Trimline phone would make any Excel spreadsheet or other data entry task far more enjoyable.
Teensy’s HID functionality makes it a great candidate for your latest rad keyboard project, but as we’ve covered elsewhere, this […]All Blog Posts »
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