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This week on Maker Update, Halloween on wheels, a mini printer from Prusa, Arduino fog machine, robot centipede, what’s inside LED neon, and 3D printed press brakes.
Light Theremin - The rapid switching on and off of this “astable oscillator circuit” generates sound — buzzes and tones of different frequencies.
Do you want to hand out candy, but have kids to take trick-or-treating?
Welcome to the 2019 Guide to Boards!
Who is ready for another piece of pi?
Looking for a way to entertain guests at your Halloween party or spook some trick-or-treaters? Check out this ever-growing list of projects to amp up your Halloween game.
Let’s take a look at how to use the analog-to-digital converter (ADC) in an STM32 microcontroller. To make conversions happen more quickly, we can use the direct memory access (DMA) controller to pipe data directly from a peripheral (like the ADC) to memory and vice versa.
Maker Faire Rome is here again and you may find yourself short on tools and materials while finishing up your latest project. Digi-Key Electronics stands ready to deliver in your hour of need.
GroupGets introduces their LoFive R1 RISC-V SoC evaluation kit.
How to create your own texture maps for the M4SK Eyes.
Detach the two halves of the MONSTER M4SK for flexible screen placement on wide set creature heads!
We’ve recently been doing a very fun series with the help of our partner Digi-Key Electronics. We’ve been dialing into makerspaces all over and getting a live tour!
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