The Todd Rogers dragster saga is one of the juiciest stories in all of video game history. I was addicted to researching the dispute when it arose on Twin Galaxies and the entire story has never been portrayed properly. This only barely touches the tip of the iceberg of the corruption that went on between Rogers and Twin Galaxies.
Part Fusion’s Robert Fitzsimons has released a batch of hand-built through-hole technology LEDs with a difference: they’re built to a 10X scale compared to a standard 5mm LED.
More cool new things to help you enjoy your games! Are they worth your time and money? Check out how well they work in this video!
In this episode of Electronic Basics I will show you what make the popular 555 Timer IC tick and how we can use it in our circuits as a monostable, bistable and astable multivibrator in order to create delays or even PWM Signals.
This video will show you how to make a small yet functional lab bench power supply, with the added feature of being able to power it from any DC power source anywhere between 3 and 50V.
This might be the best Touchtroller for Call of Duty mobile on iPhone but what is a Touchtroller? Half physical game controller half touch controls and it actually works really well.
I was very skeptical at first but after using them with my iPhone 11 Mac Pro I’m convinced that these are a viable option for gaming on IOS. In this video, I take a look at GameSir GS6 controller for iPhone “IOS” Its pretty much the same thing as the Games G6 but the G^S has dual vibration motors built-in.
With a single analog stick,10 customizable buttons and Bluetooth 5.0 this is a great option for gaming on an iPhone for games like PUBG Mobile, Free Fire, World of tanks Call Of Duty Mobile and many many more.
This tutorial shows how to make a cheap and simple UPDI Programmer and upload a sketch to the new ATtiny micro controller series. The programmer is made from an old Arduino Nano and requires only two additional passive components. The megaTinyCore library provides an Arduino core to start developing. A short blink sketch demonstration should provide a good start for every beginner in this matter.
In this video we will have a look at the Blue Pill development board that is based around an STM32 32-bit ARM uC. Along the way I will show you how to easily program it with the Arduino IDE and what advantages/disadvantages it offers in comparison to the traditional Arduino.
I ran into a problem this week with a 3D-printed part that came out slightly too small and didn’t fit. This is a common problem with 3D printers. Today we’ll take a look at the problem, talk about what causes it and show how to solve it.
In this video I will be showing you how RFID and NFC works. Along the way we will have a look at a few RFID readers, how to use them for Arduino projects and in the end determine whether contactless payment is truly safe. Let’s get started!