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Tag Archives: Arduino
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If you don’t want to carry keycard or memorize a passcode, this build from Electronoobs might be just the thing.  The system uses a fingerprint reader to check to see if you have access, and if approved,...

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When you need a high-quality image, it’s hard to beat the resolution and lens options of a DSLR. But what if you want to take a photo over and over at set intervals to produce a time-lapse sequence?...

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We’ve seen different versions of robotic bartenders over the last few years, but this one by DIY Machines looks quite clean, and because of its battery-powered operation can be taken anywhere. The...

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While “Boardwalk” and “Park Place” may not mean anything to you outside of the game of Monopoly, there is a plethora of custom versions to suit your particular interest. If you enjoy the world...

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When you want to make a mobile robot, DC motors can be a great choice. We normally accept that they can be purchased for a few dollars each, but what if you want to make your own? In order to assist with...

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Need a wave generator to test out your latest boat, barge, or submarine design, but can’t quite afford one? If so, then you might consider Subham Bhatt’s DIY tank that he was able to construct for...

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Flament bulbs, commonly known as Edison bulbs, contain a variety of interesting LED lights. So interesting, in fact, that maker Andy Pugh decided to take these individual components up and turn them into...

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Arduino boards and custom clock builds seem to be a great match, as illustrated by Görkem Bozkurt’s recent project.  His 3D-printed marble clock uses a stepper-driven gear mechanism to lift 11mm steel...

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One can imagine that making a stop motion animation film is a lot of work, but if you’ve ever wondered what one involves, James Wilkinson decided to document the process of making Billy Whiskers: The...