Split Keyboard Finder Stacks Them Up for Your Approval

Tired of a boring, single piece keyboard? Thinking about a change but don’t know what all your options are? Well prospective-keyboard-shopper, today is your lucky day. We at the Hackaday are here to… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/split-

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Popcorn Pocket P. C. Open Sourced

If you miss the days you could get an organizer that would — sort of — run Linux, you might be interested in Popcorn computer’s Pocket P. C., which was recently open-sourced on GitHub. Before you jump over to build one,… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/popcor

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Check out Cheepit, a project to create dev boards for smartphones, created by @tinyCodeSnippet.

Learn more: ed.gr/cql6m

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HOPE 2020 Delivers Historic Marathon Of Hacking

Anyone who’s ever attended a hacker conference knows that the talks and workshops are only part of the reason that people travel from all over the country (and indeed, the world) to be there. The social an… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/hope-2

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The Health (at) Home project has moved on to the next round of the IoT Design contest with @CypressSemi!

Check the projects → ed.gr/cql62

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Building a YouTube Remote Control Worthy of 2020

Back in 2018, [Gryo] built a remote control specifically for watching YouTube videos on his computer. It worked perfectly, but it didn’t quite fit the expectation one has for a modern media remote — it wa… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/buildi

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3D Printing Interactive Maps For The Visually Impaired

Most maps and educational materials for teaching geography are highly visual in nature. For those with a visual impairment, it can make learning more difficult when suitable resources are not availa… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/3d-pri

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We now embark upon a journey that will land the first woman and the next man on the Moon 🌑 by 2024.

Steve Taranovich @stevet49analog discusses on Steve's Space Corner → ed.gr/cqeu5

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Linux Fu: Remote Execution Made Easy

If you have SSH and a few other tools set up, it is pretty easy to log into another machine and run a few programs. This could be handy when you are using a machine that might not have a lot of memory or processing p… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/linux-

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Ring the Bell for the Hackaday Prize: Three More Weeks to Enter Your Project!

We are hurtling toward the close of entries for the 2020 Hackaday Prize. You need to have your project submitted within the next three weeks, by 7:00 AM Pacific time on Monday… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/ring-t

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A low-cost scanning tunneling microscope (STM), created by @Dan_Berard.

Learn more: ed.gr/cql6o

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Folding Raspberry Pi Enclosure Prints in One Piece, No Screws in Sight

[jcprintnplay] has challenged himself to making Raspberry Pi cases in different ways, and his Fold-a-Pi enclosure tries for a “less is more” approach while also leveraging the strong… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/foldin

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Our Trucks Won’t Need No Batteries! Electric Trucks Look to Overhead Wires for Power

As the world grapples with the spectre of the so-called “hockey stick” graph of climate change, there have been a variety of solutions proposed to the problem of carbon… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/our-tr

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ESPFLIX Brings Streaming Video To The World Of Microcontrollers

These days, if you’ve got a TV that’s a little too old to directly access streaming services, you’ve got plenty of options. Apple TV, Chromecast, and a cavalcade of Android boxes are availa… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/espfli

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3D Printable Kinematic Couplings, Ready To Use

Time may bring change, but kinematic couplings don’t. This handy kinematic couplings resource by [nickw] was for a design contest a few years ago, but what’s great is that it includes ready-to-use models in… hackaday.com/2020/08/11/3d-pri

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Glasgow Uses an FPGA as an Embedded Systems Multitool

Everyone who builds embedded systems wants tools to help build and debug systems faster, so it isn’t uncommon to see boards outfitted with various tools like serial port sniffers. We’ve seen a few in… hackaday.com/2020/08/10/glasgo

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Modular Vibrating ‘Bots Made From PCBs

Printed circuit boards, they’re a medium designed primarily to mount electrical components with the wires themselves places as copper traces on the boards. To accommodate wide range of needs that have arisen over d… hackaday.com/2020/08/10/modula

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