Revisiting one of my favorite projects, the sound reactive desk lamp! Doing a slight improvement this time!
Making a Custom Wii took alot of effort, custom PCB design and a custom 3D printed case, follow along to see how it was made.
A lot has changed since Back To The Future was released in 1985. During these last 3.5 decades, we’ve seen a plethora of hybrid and electric cars enter the market – from the practical Toyota Prius to the industry disrupting Tesla. The EV revolution has also inadvertently led to a new era in DIY electric cars. With more electric cars on the road, Motors, inverters and battery cells, which used to be hard to come by, are now readily available on the after market.
John DeLorean’s DMC-12 – the car we all know and love as Doc and Marty’s Back to the Future Car was meant to be the definitive sports car of the 1980’s. The gull-wing doors and stainless steel exterior made it a unique curiosity for car enthusiasts. However, there was one big problem with the DMC-12, its small 6 cylinder engine put out a feeble 130 hp. But for one special DeLorean, a Buick Grand National Engine swap created, what was referred to as, the world’s fastest DeLorean. The turbocharged 4.3 liter v6 was tuned to 570 horsepower.
IOT PET FEEDER This project works based on IOT app. The app is connected to io.adafruit.com. When “FEED”button is pressed in the app, the data is sent to cloud. Food dispenser monitor the cloud, when it receives the “FEED”command then it opens the food in the tray.
In today’s video we look at how to extend the range of an existing WiFi network by repeating the signal. This extension will be done using an ESP32 NodeMCU. This process also works for ESP32 only.
ESP32 as WiFi NAT router. It can be used as — Simple range extender for an existing WiFi network — Setting up an additional WiFi network with different SSID/password for guests or IOT devices.
Measuring low resistances with a standard multimeter is difficult and very inaccurate. This device solves this problem and serves for accurate measurement of small resistances in the range of 0.1 ohm up to 50 ohms.
Jeri shows a bass guitar she build from an old C64. It uses the original sound chip (SID 6581) for keytar and string sounds.
Apple says they are aiming for zero climate impact by 2030. So to me that says a device should be able to be repaired when the time comes to, preventing it from becoming e-waste. But is that true?
Let’s explore the NEW Raspberry Pi 400 “Complete Computer Kit”! We’ll unbox, teardown, test RetroPie, the keyboard, & more! Could this be the ultimate retrocomputing emulator?
In this video I am looking at using millis function in the code. Describing the advantages it has over using delay function. This video is also introducing the concept of multitasking in Arduino code.