Author: Brian McEvoy

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Dead-bug circuit building is not a pretty affair, but hey, function over form. We usually make them because we don't have a copper circuit board... [Read More]
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Unless you are in the fields of robotics or prosthetics, you likely take for granted the fine motor skills our hands have. Picking up and... [Read More]
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How does a submarine talk to an airplane? It sounds like a bad joke but it's actually a difficult engineering challenge. Traditionally the submarine must... [Read More]
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We are swimming in radio transmissions from all around, and if you live above the ground floor, they are coming at you from below as... [Read More]
Tags: Humans - Hear - Offer
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Powering IoT devices is often a question of batteries or mains power, but in rare exceptions to this rule there is no power supply (PDF... [Read More]
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Signing up for college classes can be intimidating, from tuition, textbook requirements, to finding an engaging professor. Imagine signing up online, but you cannot use... [Read More]
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Have you ever taken a picture indoors and had unsightly black bars interrupt your otherwise gorgeous photo? They are caused by lighting which flickers in... [Read More]
Do you have a couple of minutes? Literally and precisely, two minutes. That's how long these ten songs play. So what? A short song is... [Read More]
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If you have ever had to complete a task such as building a LEGO model over a remote connection, you will know that the challenges... [Read More]
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You step out of the audience onto a stage, and a hypnotist hands you a potato chip. The chip is salty and crunchy and you... [Read More]
The triangular frame of a traditional mountain bike needs to be the most rigid structure, and a triangle can be a very sturdy shape. So... [Read More]
No one loves hacked keyboards more than Hackaday. We spend most of our workday pressing different combinations of the same 104 buttons. Investing time in... [Read More]
Hackaday pages are rife with examples of robots being built with furniture parts. In this example, the tables are turned and robots are the masters... [Read More]
Tags: Tables - Turned - Robots
Spinners built into games of chance like roulette or tabletop board games stop on a random number after being given a good spin. There is... [Read More]
We all love new tech. Some of us love getting the bleeding edge, barely-on-the-market devices and some enjoy getting tech thirty years after the fact... [Read More]
Our bodies are not like LEGO blocks or computers because we cannot swap out our parts in the living room while watching television. Organ transplants... [Read More]
Sometimes silence is the best compliment to a DIY project, and that doesn't just apply to homemade lockjaw toffee. When a watch is so well-made... [Read More]
Some of the creepy-crawlers under our feet, flitting through the air, and waiting on silk webs, incorporate metals into their rigid body parts and make... [Read More]
We are the culmination of our experiences. We build with the tools we're familiar. We design with the decorations we like. Sometimes this thinking leads... [Read More]
[Snille]'s motto is "If you can't find it, make it and share it!" and we could not agree more. We wager that you won't find... [Read More]
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