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Fri Oct 20



Raspberry Pi Lesson: Text To Speech #raspberrypi
Adafruit.com [RASPBERRYPI]
Shahrul Nizam shared this video on Youtube! The tutorial is here! Each Friday is PiDay here at Adafruit! Be sure to check out our posts, tutorials and new Raspberry Pi related products. Adafruit has the largest and best selection of Raspberry Pi accessories and all the code & tutorials to get you up and running [...]




Fri Oct 20



Adafruit - "New Mix" by A_P_Delchi "bring to life electric wishes"
Adafruit.com [ADAFRUIT]
Adafruit - "New Mix" by A.P. Delchi by adafruit Free Listening on SoundCloud. A.P. Delchi All parts under fair use / parody : Music : Open Source Karaoke, Lyrics : A.P. Delchi of the Ninja Strike Force , Prophet of Sk0d , Vocals : Rinewolve No URL as yet, Album " Jose Warez is [...]




Fri Oct 20



Hackaday Prize Entry: Two Leg Robot
Hackaday.com [ROBOT]
If you're working on your own bipedal robot, you don't have to start from the ground up anymore. [Ted Huntington]'s Two Leg Robot project aims to be an Open Source platform that'll give any future humanoid-robot builders a leg up. While we've seen quite a few small two-legged walkers, making a pair of legs for something human-sized is a totally different endeavor. 's legs are chock-full of sensors, and there's a lot of software that processes all of the data. T [...]




Fri Oct 20



Wireless charging will make drones always ready to fly
Engadget [MAKE]
Drones are great until you realize running all those propellers, a camera, GPS and other assorted technology bits are a real drain on the battery. If youre just using one for images its not too big of a deal. But if youre using one for surveying, security or delivering burritos, swapping out batteries all the time can be a huge pain and time suck. Fortunately, theres a new wireless charging landing pad on its way. Via: Geek Wire Source: <a target="_blank" href=" [...]




Fri Oct 20



Supercon Badge Hacking Quick-Start
Hackaday.com [RC]
The hardware badge Mike Harrison designed for this year's Hackaday Superconference is begging to be hacked. Today, I wanted to help get you up and running quickly. The Hacker Village atmosphere of Supercon is starting up a day early this year. On Friday, November 10th badge pick-up starts at noon and badge hacking continues throughout the afternoon, followed by a party at Supplyframe HQ that evening. Plan to get to town on Friday and join in the fun. Of course, you need to grab a Supercon t [...]




Thu Oct 19



Samsung PowerBot Virtual Wall.
Robotreviews [SAMSUNG]
by glnc222 (Posted Thu, 19 Oct 2017 23:05:05 GMT)The Allegro A1324LUA-T mag sensor used by Neato has sensitivity 5mv/Gauss compared to half that on the 1326 or the Honeywell. The weaker ones need to be virtually in contact with the Neato mag strip, while the A1324 detects 3/4 in. away, without any ferrite antenna (couple days yet to arrive), and should be usable.read more [...]




Thu Oct 19



Scary Doll #ElectronicHalloween
Adafruit.com [ELECTRONICHALLOWEEN]
via Element 14 Raspberry Pi Projects blog Dolls. Why are dolls so scary to me? They watch you. Follow you. Walk around at night. Always evil. Always! My fear must stem from a movie I saw as a child called "Dolls." It frightened me so bad, I literally could not sleep, not even in the [...]




Thu Oct 19



Spy Tech: Stealing a Moon Probe
Hackaday.com [MOON]
Ever hear of the Soviet Luna program? In the west, it was often called Lunik, if you heard about it at all. Luna was a series of unmanned moon probes launched between 1959 and 1976. There were at least 24 of them, and 15 were successful. Most of the failures were not reported or named. Luna craft have a number of firsts, but the one we are interested in is that it may have been the first space vehicle to be stolen - at least temporarily - in a cold war caper worthy of a James Bond novel. Around [...]




Fri Oct 20



DIY Nintendo Switch May Be Better Than Real Thing
Hackaday.com [DIY]
Nintendo's latest Zelda-playing device, the Switch, is having no problems essentially printing money for the Japanese gaming juggernaut. Its novel design that bridges the gap between portable and home console by essentially being both at the same time has clearly struck a chord with the modern gamer, and even 8 months after its release, stores are still reporting issues getting enough of the machines to meet demand. But for our money, we'd rather have the Raspberry Pi powered version t [...]




Fri Oct 20



Big Clive Examines 'Things you should know about fuses.'
Adafruit.com [EXAMINES]
Big Clive takes a look at the construction, design, and application of a few different fuse types including 'automotive' (blade) fuses, passive fuses, and industrial fuses, among others. It's a lengthy video (27 minutes!) but captivating, and I won't spoil the 15kV expulsion fuse design. Watch: This was supposed to be a short video, but [...]

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