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I designed this project for a 10-hour workshop for ChickTech.org whose goal is to introduce teenage women to STEM topics. The goals for this project were: Easy to build. Easy to program. Did something interesting. Low-cost so participants could take it home and continue to learn. With those goals in mind, here were a couple of the design choices: Arduino compatible for ease of programming. 4xAA..
Embedded systems are not just for business environments anymore. The technology is coming home, and Android OS is coming with it. When it comes to home automation, Android is the operating system of choice for developers of smart appliances…
The freedom of choice or is there any? #interactive sculpture made of hard drive parts using #harddrive motors as sensors. #interactivesculpture #arduino #brushlessmotor #computerparts #nykytaide #taide #contemporary #sculpture #dj #dominikjais #artwork #interaktiv by DJ
The Raspberry Pi has long been the hobbyist choice for DIY electronics projects. The Raspberry Pi Zero, which is about the size of a stick of gum, and just five bucks has it’s own special use cases though. Here are ten of our favorite projects that make use of its size.