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This week on Maker Update, a Roomba for your whiteboard, a wearable for people who talk too much, a geometric planter, Arduino for Nerf, and mashing up code with Becky Stern.
Light Theremin - The rapid switching on and off of this “astable oscillator circuit” generates sound — buzzes and tones of different frequencies.
Do you have an idea burning in the back of your mind; a design that you just want to get out? Well, flex those creative muscles with the “Flexible PCB Contest” - sponsored by Oshpark, Hackaday and Digi-Key Electronics.
The time has come yet again for Maker Faire Bay Area!
The micro:bit has a simple 5 x 5 red LED matrix that can be used to display a wide range of different things including text, symbols, and animations. However, this display is limited to one color and does have its limitations. In this how-to article we will learn how to connect Adafruit NeoPixels to the micro:bit.
Press the button to play sound!
If you’re reading this maybe you’re interested in building your very first robot and being able to program that robot. The MOVE: for the Microbit microcontroller may just be the answer to all of your problems.
This series of slides will demonstrate how to pair a Micro:bit with a cell phone, how to program it, and complete the coaster project using the ZIP Halo.
Make your greenhouse smart this summer with some offerings from Cypress and Sparkfun.
Upgrade your ride with NeoPixel LEDs. In this project we're upgrading a longboard with more neopixels, making a very bright and safe summer night ride!
What better way to celebrate Pi Day, than to build a PiCade and play old school video games? Yeah, we couldn’t think of one either, so that’s exactly what we did. Take a look at our video to watch Ben and Ashley fully assemble and wire the PiCade.
This project turns your NeoTrellis M4 into a control surface for Ableton Live similar to functionality found on a Novation Launchpad or Ableton Push device.
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