Recent Blog Posts
Forum user Haybur upgraded his LED display from college into in a sound reactive infinity mirror.
The first part of the upgrade was using WS2812 LEDs and mounting them on a wall, then someone suggested turning it into an infinity mirror.
The memory […]
Years ago, several “short” talks at a hackerspace that went far beyond their allotted time inspired me to make this nice countdown timer.
I found these 4 inch 7 segment displays cheap on Ebay, made a little constant-current driver board, and put it all together into a simple project.
Here’s what the back side looks […]
Ian Cole and a team of makers at MakerFX transformed a wheelchair into an amazing interactive Bumblebee costume.
Magic Wheelchair, a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kids in wheelchairs, matched ATMakers to a kiddo for a wheelchair build. ATMakers joined […]
Brian Taylor of Bolder Flight has continued his great series of tutorials with the latest covering SBUS, a relatively new protocol for servos.
SBUS has the advantage of allowing up to 16 servos to be be bussed of a single cable. The first tutorial in the series is an introduction to SBUS […]
David Hend made a very convenient password keeper.
This compact, low-cost, device features AES-256 bit encryption and stores data on an removable SD card for back up and safekeeping. Not only does it store passwords, but it has the ability to generate 16 character mixed case passwords as well.
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