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Using the Tessel micro to water plants with Javascript over WiFi!


Do you like Javascript? If so, then good news! You can now run Javascript on a microcontroller. And its name is Tessel. This baby runs a Node code on the[...]

Your Arduino on Breadboard tutorial makes thinks that much cheaper


Educ8s.com has kindly put together a new tutorial for those Arduino lovers. You really do not need to get[...]

This is where each space probe is right now...


What a nice website this is! People in spaceprob.es have put together a list with each human-made space probe. You can click on its image and instantly[...]

Maths are AWESOME - The last banana thought experiment


Here is the scene: You and a friend of yours are on a deserted island and you only have one last banana to eat but not to share. Then you decide to play[...]

Hacking a salvaged Vacuum Fluorescent Display


Dave salvaged this nice VFD from some sort of sound equipment probably. He made a very nice video explaining first how these vintage displays work. Then[...]

This PIC16F1769 8-bit MCU family offers so much for a low price


PIC micros are by far the ones that I use most for my projects. Maybe because I know them already too well down to their lowest level of programming, maybe[...]

Raspberry Pi 2 Xenon flash problem explained and tested in the lab


You remember this post that I uploaded some days ago regarding the discovery of the Raspberry Pi 2 bug from Peter Onion posted on the PI2 forum... Well[...]

These robots arrange batteries like CRAZY!


For some reason I always enjoy watching robots. These Fanuc powered battery sorting bots work in tandem to sort randomly oriented 9V batteries in sets[...]

This is how green-screening was done before computers


Green screening is the process where something (or someone) is filmed against a green background (like this image) and then using a sophisticated software[...]

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