Professional Ventilator Design Open Sourced Today by Medtronic

Medical device company Medtronic released designs for one of their ventilators to open source for use in the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a laudable action, and there is plenty to glean from t… hackaday.com/2020/03/30/profes

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Printed Door Handle Turns Key With a Servo

[Madalin Valceleanu] had a somewhat unique problem. He wanted to make his front door a bit “smarter”, but none of the IoT door locks he found were compatible with the style of reinforced door he had. So he set … hackaday.com/2020/03/30/printe

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Hey! Come in here and join us at our Hacker Check-in hosted by @Leeborg_ starting right now!

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Teardown of Costco Ceiling Light Reveals Microwave Motion Sensor and Hackable Design

[hclxing] eagerly picked up an LED ceiling light for its ability to be turned on and off remotely, but it turns out that the lamp has quite a few other features. These … hackaday.com/2020/03/30/teardo

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We can still be social via the virtual world! Come join us for our Hacker Check-in hosted by @Leeborg_ today at 12pm (PST)

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SOLID Promises A New Approach To How The Web Works

As it stands on the modern Internet, your data is no longer your own. Your emails, photos, and posts all live on servers owned by large corporations. Their policies give them access to your data, which … hackaday.com/2020/03/30/solid-

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We might not be able to meet in person right now, but that doesn’t mean the exchange of ideas has to stop. We've started a of virtual classes and hangouts that you can take part in from the comfort of your own home.

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Laser Artistry Hack Chat

Join us on Wednesday, April 1 at noon Pacific for the Laser Artistry Hack Chat with Seb Lee-Delisle!

It’s hard to forget the first time you see a laser light show. A staple at concerts starting in the 1980s, seeing a green lase… hackaday.com/2020/03/30/laser-

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Designing Printed Adapters For Power Tool Batteries

Unless you’re particularly fond of having multiple types of batteries and chargers, you’d do well to make sure all your portable power tools are made by the same company. But what do you do if there’s … hackaday.com/2020/03/30/design

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Coronavirus Testing Follow-Up: Rapid Immunologic Testing

When I started writing my recent article on COVID-19 testing, I assumed that I would be doing a compare and contrast sort of article. Like many people, I assumed that the “gold standard” test woul… hackaday.com/2020/03/30/corona

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Vinyl Cutter Migrates from Scrapbooks to Gaskets

We know it all too well: another smoothly-operating night in the garage easily halted by a broken component. In the late hours of the night, no hardware store will open its doors. And while waiting may re… hackaday.com/2020/03/30/vinyl-

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Ammo Can Battery; 50 Ah LiFePO4 Clad in Army Green

For the price of a mid-range Android phone, [Kenneth Finnegan] turned a 50 caliber ammo can into a 50 amp-hour portable power supply. The battery pack uses four 3.5 V LiFePO4 cells wired in series to ac… hackaday.com/2020/03/30/ammo-c

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Rock Out While You Knock Out Germs

We don’t know about you, but we’re pretty tired of singing two rounds of “Happy Birthday” or counting Mississippi to 20 each time we wash our hands. It’s difficult to do it without thinking about the reason why, and th… hackaday.com/2020/03/29/rock-o

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Can You Print With Highlighter Ink?

With huge swathes of people either out of work or working from home, many are now attempting all manner of exciting or silly projects in their downtime. [Emily Velasco] is no exception. She decided to explore the feas… hackaday.com/2020/03/29/can-yo

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Hackaday Links: March 29, 2020

It turns out that whacking busted things to fix them works as well on Mars as it does on Earth, as NASA managed to fix its wonky “mole” with a little help from the InSight lander’s robotic arm. Calling it “percussive maint… hackaday.com/2020/03/29/hackad

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