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  • Down the Rabbit Hole of STM32 Clock Options

    Down the Rabbit Hole of STM32 Clock Options | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 23 Nov '14, 6pm

    Once you venture beyond the tame, comfortable walls of the 8-bit microcontroller world it can feel like you’re stuck in the jungle with a lot of unknown and oft scary hazards jut waiting to pounce. But the truth is that your horizons have expanded exponentially with the acceptable tra...

  • IcosaLEDron: A 20-Sided Light Up Ball

    IcosaLEDron: A 20-Sided Light Up Ball | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 23 Nov '14, 3pm

    Tired of balls that are just balls, and not glowing geometric constructions of electronics and wonderment? Get yourself an IcosaLEDron , the latest in Platonic solids loaded up with RGB LEDs. The folks at Afrit Labs wanted a fun, glowy device that would show off the capabilities of IM...

  • Using the ESP8266 as a Web-enabled sensor | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 23 Nov '14, 12pm

    A few months ago, the ESP8266 came onto the scene as a cheap way to add WiFi to just about any project that had a spare UART. Since then, a few people have figured out how to get this neat chip running custom firmware, opening the doors to an Internet of Things based around an ESP8266...

  • Cosplaying as HAL 9000

    Cosplaying as HAL 9000 | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 23 Nov '14, 9am

    2001: A Space Odyssey is one of the greatest films of all time, but unlike every other masterpiece of SciFi, you’re not going find many people cosplaying as characters from the movie. Going as a monolith to a con would be hilarious , but [jacqueslelezard] had an even better idea in mi...

  • A 4-bit Computer From Discrete Transistors

    A 4-bit Computer From Discrete Transistors | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 23 Nov '14, 6am

    Anyone reading this uses computers, and a few very cool people have built their own computer out of chips, [zaphod] is doing something even cooler over on hackaday.io: he’s building a computer from discrete transistors . Building a computer from individual components without chips isn...

  • Doing Unsafe Things With A Laser Watch | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 23 Nov '14, 3am

    [Pierce Brosnan]-era James Bond had a beautiful Omega wristwatch. Of course as with any Bond gadget, it couldn’t just tell time; it needed to do something else. This watch had a laser, and [Patrick] figured he could replicate this build . This is apretty normal 1.5W laser diode build,...

  • Five Dollar RF Controlled Light Sockets

    Five Dollar RF Controlled Light Sockets | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 22 Nov '14, 3pm

    This is tens of thousands of dollars worth of market research I’m about to spill, so buckle up. I have a spreadsheet filled with hundreds of projects and products that are solutions to ‘home automation’ according to their creators. The only common theme? Relays. Home automation is jus...

  • hack.summit(); // a virtual dev conference

    hack.summit(); // a virtual dev conference | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 22 Nov '14, 9am

    If you’d like to spend four days learning from and picking the brains of a big group of well-known developers and open-source wizards for the low, low cost of absolutely free, keep reading. The hack.summit() conference is a live, global event put on by the fine folks behind real-time ...


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