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Cosplayers continually push the boundary of what's possible in live costuming, often taking effects from the silver screen and creating them in real life. [KyleofAsgard]... [Read More]
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Measuring power transfer through a circuit seems a simple task. Measure the current and voltage, do a little math courtesy of [Joule] and [Ohm], and... [Read More]
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Did you read all 3000+ articles published on Hackaday this year? We did. And to help catch you up, we preset the Hackaday 2018 Year... [Read More]
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The ability to execute code in parallel is crucial in a wide variety of scenarios. Concurrent programming is a key asset for web servers, producer/consumer... [Read More]
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Betteridge's Law holds that any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered with a "No." We're not sure that [Mr. Betteridge] was... [Read More]
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Imagine if you bought a new car but they keys were not going to be shipped to you until a few years later. That's analogous... [Read More]
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While earlier smartphones seemed to manage well enough with individual applications that only weighed in at a few megabytes, a perusal of the modern smartphone... [Read More]
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Betteridge's law of headlines states that any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word 'no'. It's the case with... [Read More]
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Here at Hackaday, we have to admit to neglecting a few houseplants in our time. Let's face it… a cold, hard, thinking machine can care... [Read More]
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[Mark Rober] was fed up with packages going missing. He kept receiving notifications that his shipments had been delivered, but when checking his porch he... [Read More]
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Walking robots come in many forms, and each presents their own unique challenges. Bipedal style locomotion is considered particularly difficult to do well, however designs... [Read More]
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Taking pictures in the 21st century is incredibly easy. So easy in fact that most people don't even own a dedicated camera; from smartphones to... [Read More]
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Whether you're at the hobbyist level or a professional, if you're working on code for operating systems or file systems, tools can make or break... [Read More]
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About an hour's drive from where this is being written there is a car plant, and as you drive past its entrance you may notice... [Read More]
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We often think that less is more, but what can you do with a device that has only a single button? [Volos] wondered the same... [Read More]
Tags: Button - One - Volos
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During an earnings call on November 29th, CEO of AT&T Communications John Donovan effectively signed the death warrant for satellite television in the United States. Just three... [Read More]
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The Internet of Things is eating everything alive, and the world wants to know: how do you make a small, battery-powered, WiFi-enabled microcontroller device? This... [Read More]
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A Markov chain is a mathematical concept of a sequence of events, in which each future event depends only on the state of the previous... [Read More]
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Hackers love to make music with things that aren't normally considered musical instruments. We've all seen floppy drive orchestras, and the musical abilities of a... [Read More]
Tags: Hackers - We've - Tesla
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[Nop head] discovered that cheap multimeter leads costing only a few bucks can come with more than one may have bargained for. The first set had... [Read More]
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