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  • Amazing SDR Built by 16 Year Old

    Amazing SDR Built by 16 Year Old | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 28 Jul '16, 3pm

    [Lukas] started his epic SDR-from-scratch build when he was 16. Projects like this aren’t completed overnight. (He’s now 18. We’re impressed.) The project itself is a Software-Defined Radio built on top of the 12-bit Analog Devices AD9364 transceiver IC. A big fat FPGA takes the data ...

  • Computer-Designed Portraits, Knit By Hand!

    Computer-Designed Portraits, Knit By Hand! | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 28 Jul '16, 11am

    Artist [Petros Vrellis] has done something that we’ve never seen before: his piece “A New Way to Knit ” lives up to its name. What he’s done is to take the traditional circular loom, some black thread, and toss some computing at it. And then he loops the string around and around and a...

  • All-terrain Hoverboard Junk Pile Build

    All-terrain Hoverboard Junk Pile Build | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 28 Jul '16, 8am

    The fitness machine in question for [MakeItExtreme]’s build was a discarded Crazy Fit vibration platform. We’re not sure we see the fitness benefits of the original machine, but there’s no doubt it yielded plenty of goodies. The motor and drive belt look stout, and the control board e...

  • Yes, You Should be Hacking Your Car’s Data System https://t.co/5TFqGq7ykZ

    Yes, You Should be Hacking Your Car’s Data System | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 27 Jul '16, 6pm

    If you own a car, I would wager it’s the most complex device you own. Within you find locomotion, safety systems, and an entertainment system that may be using technology from several decades ago (but that’s a rant for a different article). Jalopy or Sweet Hotness, your ride has an un...

  • 3D Printering: Non-Planar Layer FDM | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 27 Jul '16, 5pm

    Ideally, non-planar 3D printing is done using a somewhat pointy nozzle, as flat nozzles tend to dig into the previously printed material and easily get entangled in infill structures. Generally, a pointy nozzle allows for steeper printing angles, although you always need to make sure ...

  • DIY Smart Home Device Means No More Fumbling in the Dark

    DIY Smart Home Device Means No More Fumbling in the Dark | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 27 Jul '16, 8pm

    Working as in: documentation, stable API, Uart HW handshake, no crashes (while driving AC devices?), no forbidden things nobody told you about or even knew about. The ESP8266 was like: “We have a chip and no idea what works. Let’s find out what features we can use at the same time wit...

  • Design for Hackers

    Design for Hackers | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 27 Jul '16, 2pm

    Near the end of the lifecycle of mass-market commercial product development, an engineering team may come in and make a design for manufacturability (DFM) pass. The goal is to make the device easy, cheap, and reliable to build and actually improve reliability at the same time. We hack...

  • FPGA Drives Old Laptop Screen

    FPGA Drives Old Laptop Screen | Hackaday

    hackaday.com 28 Jul '16, 2am

    Every year, new models of laptops arrive on the shelves. This means that old laptops usually end up in landfills, which isn’t exactly ideal. If you don’t want to waste an old or obsolete laptop, though, there’s a way to reuse at least the screen out of one. Simply grab an FPGA off the...


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