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[Project Malaikat] is a 3D printed hybrid bipedal walker and quadcopter robot, but there's much more to it than just sticking some props and a... [Read More]
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There was a time, not so long ago, when hype for desktop 3D printing as so high that it seemed you could print anything. Just imagine... [Read More]
Tags: 3D - Desktop - Printing
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Everyone's heard of the "black box". Officially known as the Flight Data Recorder (FDR), it's a mandatory piece of equipment on commercial aircraft. The FDR... [Read More]
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We've been seeing an influx of repurposed 3D printers recently. Thrifty hackers have been leveraging cheap 3D printers as a way to bootstrap their builds,... [Read More]
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When engineers are designing buildings, bridges, or other large construction projects, a lot of thought is given to the environment. Some of these considerations might... [Read More]
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When it comes to logic technologies, we like to think we've seen them all here at Hackaday. But our community never ceases to surprise us... [Read More]
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You may think that cathode ray tube (CRT) TVs and monitors have gone the way of the dinosaur, but you'd be wrong. Many still have... [Read More]
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It's been a while since we've shown a DIY wire bending machine, and [How To Mechatronics] has come up with an elegant design with easy construction... [Read More]
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If you don't have hearing loss, it is easy to forget just how much you depend on your ears. Hearing aids are great if you... [Read More]
Here's something of interest of 3D printing enthusiasts. How do you print lightweight 3D objects? [Tom Stanton] does a lot of stuff with 3D printing and... [Read More]
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We've all heard the range of sounds to be made electronically from mostly discrete components, but what [Kelly Heaton] has achieved with her many experiments... [Read More]
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If you speak French and you have an Arduino Vidor 4000, you are in luck because there's some good news. The good news is there's... [Read More]
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Atlas is back, and this time he's got some sweet parkour moves to show off. Every few months, Boston Dynamics gives us a tantalizing glimpse... [Read More]
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Most civilized nations ban the use of landmines because they kill indiscriminately, and for years after they are planted. However, they are still used in... [Read More]
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Sometimes you start something simple and then it just leads to a chain reaction of things. I wanted to write a post about doing state... [Read More]
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On a recent bowling excursion it occurred to us that this is one of the most advanced robotics systems most Americans will directly interact with.... [Read More]
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Professional or amateur, doing things the hard way doesn't always make for better results. Take photography as an example. Once upon a time, the success... [Read More]
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It might not be obvious unless you've taken one apart, but most of the TVs and monitors listed as "LED" are simply LCD panels that... [Read More]
Tags: LED - LEDs - Trashed
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Today's failed Soyuz launch thankfully resulted in no casualties, but the fate of the International Space Station (ISS) is now in question. Just two minutes... [Read More]
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Reverse engineering silicon is a dark art, and when you're just starting off it's best to stick to the lesser incantations, curses, and hexes. Hackaday... [Read More]
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