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The LIDAR system works by taking regular readings of a room by sending out tiny pulses of light at targets and measuring the time it takes to return a reflection. In this way, a scan can be taken of […]
Instrument maker and artist Greg Francke recently shared a project on Hackaday that uses binaural recording in combination with the Teensy audio library to produce a six channel wave synthesizer capable of generating “complex aural soundscapes.”
Binaural recording is a process that makes use of two microphones strategically located to create a 3-D stereo […]
Few people are able to distinguish between a flu and a cold based on symptoms alone, but what if a device could do it for you? F°LUEX is an automated medical diagnostics device that uses the Teensy 3.2.
Designed by engineer and actual rocket scientist M. Bindhammer, F°LUEX is an automated medical diagnostics device […]
PCM1802 is an impressive audio A/D converter, specified for 105 dB signal to noise (A weighted). But people have reported problems using very cheap PCM1802 breakout boards. Today I made it work.
The cheap PCM1802 boards are sold my many Chinese companies, usually for just a few dollars. The PCM1802 tested in this […]
Normally memory displays aren’t known for speed. Nic explains that the display actually allow you to update only specific lines. His approach uses a conversion of video with blue noise dithering and some forward diffusion to avoid pixel moving too much between frame. Then the video is […]All Blog Posts »
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