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alpage built a large keyboard to be played while doing a handstand.
When his handstand coach asked if anyone could build a piano that could be played with his feet while upside down, alpage stepped up to the task. Using a Teensy 3.5 […]
Frank Piesik built the ElektroCaster, an awesome open, modular guitar-synth.
The incredibly versatile ElektroSynth is playable as both an electric guitar and and synth, and also has a pretty impressive list of features such as:
- Parametric OpenScad modelling (changable string count, scale, space between […]
Brett Garberman is part of a team that developed Pitch Plus, a wearable device for Little League baseball pitchers
Repetitive pitching is a leading cause of non-contact injuries in Little League. Monitoring the number of pitches per player for a game, season, or month can be a challenging task. The Medical Device club […]
Jeremy Williams built PinSim, a cabinet controller for virtual reality pinball to get much more realistic game playing experience.
Jeremy, a huge pinball enthusiast, knew he had to build a cabinet when he saw Pinball FX 2 VR at Oculus Days. Digital pinball games […]
I purchased a cheap USB power pack, thinking it would be ideal for powering small projects. But it automatically shuts off if the device isn’t drawing a lot of power, since it’s meant for charging cell phones.
Here’s a 2 transistor circuit that keeps it on with very little battery drain by using brief […]All Blog Posts »We would love to show your Teensy-based project here.
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