Let your Arduino ride the rails to make realistic crossing flashers for your model train setup.
Build this nightlight on steroids to keep twilight walkers safe and your electric bill down.
Just as other sculptors are blessed with the vision to see their works of art hidden in wood and marble, I have developed the ability to see antennas hidden in metal. After working with antennas for a while, I believe most everyone can probably develop an eye for dimensions that are quarter-wave multiples of their favorite frequencies.
Yep. We’ve got yet another parking assistant project that will save you from the ’ol hanging tennis ball.
Never be at a lack for music with this incredibly flexible system that features the Pi MusicBox software.
Of all the ingredients that make up a weather forecast, knowing what the current atmospheric pressure is doing is the most important.
The air that we breathe indoors — whether at home or at work — can put us at risk for health problems if there are common pollutants in it. Be sure of what you’re breathing with this prototype system that features many types of sensors.
Reader Questions Answered Here (08.2015)
Answers to questions about furnace data acquisition and electronics around vehicle fuel tanks.
The Design Cycle
Giving Our “Board” Wings to Fly Over LANs or the Internet
The A-10 Thunderbolt II (also known as the Warthog) is built around its 30 mm cannon. This month’s offering is built around its own 10 MB Ethernet port. I’ve got the itch, so let’s scratch-build the “board” which is based on the Microchip PIC32MX795F512L.
by L. Paul Verhage
CubeSats — Part 5: Designing a Model CubeSat for School Use
As CubeSats continue to play a pivotal role in space exploration, it’s important to introduce more schools to this technology. Here’s a kit that can do just that.