Fans Add Reality to Virtual Driving

A few decades ago you might have been satisfied with a crude wireframe flight simulator or driving a race car with the WASD keys. Today, gamers expect more realism, and [600,000 milliliters] is no different. At first,… hackaday.com/2020/12/05/fans-a

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Sierpinski PCB Christmas Tree

It’s holiday time again! And that means it’s time to break out the soldering iron and the RGB LEDs! If you’re going to make a custom PCB to put those LEDs on, you’ll notice that you get few copies of your PCB in your order,… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/sierpi

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HackadayU is searching for experienced Reverse Hardware Engineering and Security instructors for our winter classes!

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The Protein Folding Break-Through

Researchers at DeepMind have proudly announced a major break-through in predicting static folded protein structures with a new program known as AlphaFold 2. Protein folding has been an ongoing problem for researchers si… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/the-pr

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FM Radio from Scratch using an Arduino

Building radio receivers from scratch is still a popular project since it can be done largely with off-the-shelf discrete components and a wire long enough for the bands that the radio will receive. That’s good eno… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/fm-rad

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Transforming Work Light Is More than Meets the Eye

While it does use the same M12 batteries, this impeccably engineered work light isn’t an official Milwaukee product. It’s the latest creation from [Chris Chimienti], who’s spent enough time in the garag… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/transf

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Remoticon Video: How to Use Machine Learning with Microcontrollers

Going from a microcontroller blinking an LED, to one that blinks the LED using voice commands based on a data set that you trained on a neural net work is a “now draw the rest of the owl… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/remoti

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Check out the latest from @MaxMaxfield in the Electronics & Microcontrollers for Absolute Beginners series!

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Circuit VR: Squaring with Schmitt Triggers

In the fantasy world of schematic diagrams, wires have no resistance and square waves have infinitely sharp rise times. The real world, of course, is much crueler. There are many things you can use to help tame… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/circui

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Hackaday Podcast 096: Diaphragm Engine, DIY Dish Washer, Forgotten Soviet Computers, and a Starlink Teardown

Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys discuss the latest and greatest in geeky goodness. This week we saw a Soviet time capsule come … hackaday.com/2020/12/04/hackad

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Flipbook Automation Saves Your Thumb

You’ve probably seen a flipbook. That’s a book with pictures on each page. Each picture is slightly different than the last one so if you flip rapidly through the book you get a little animation. We like the German w… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/flipbo

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This Week in Security: iOS Wifi Incantations, Ghosts, and Bad Regex

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving last week. My household celebrated by welcoming a 4th member to the family. My daughter was born on Wednesday morning, November 25th. And th… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/this-w

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Hang out today for the IoT Happy Hour with @balena_io!

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nerfnet Tunnels TCP/IP over NRF24L01 Radios

There’s an excellent chance you’ve already worked with the nRF24L01. These little modules are an easy and cheap way to shuffle data across a 2.4 GHz radio link at a respectable rate, making them great for remo… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/nerfne

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Incredible Discrete MOSFET Rover has Maximum Blink

What do you get when you stick 1738 MOSFETs together? If your answer was a ‘4-bit CPU’, you would be totally correct. Available as a product over at Marutsu as the ‘CPU1738’, it seems to target beginner… hackaday.com/2020/12/04/incred

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Hardware Keymapper Routes Through Raspberry Pi

There are a lot of keyboards to choose from, and a quick trip through some of the forums will quickly show you how fanatical some people can be about very specific styles or switches. [Crdotson] doesn’t see… hackaday.com/2020/12/03/hardwa

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FTDI VCP Chips With Custom PIDs Not Working On MacOS 11 Big Sur

An anonymous reader pinged us about an issue that affects people who jumped onto the latest-and-greatest OS from the Apple gardens: USB devices that stop working due to the FTDI-based USB s… hackaday.com/2020/12/03/ftdi-v

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PinePhone Gets 3D Printed Mechanical Keyboard

Do you remember when smartphones had real physical keyboards? Working the command line on some remote machine over SSH was a breeze, and you could even knock out a few lines of code if you were so inclined. … hackaday.com/2020/12/03/pineph

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NSF Releases Video of Arecibo’s Final Moments

Today the National Science Foundation released a pair of videos that document the collapse of the Arecibo Observatory with incredible detail. A wide shot, apparently taken from the Visitors Center, shows the… hackaday.com/2020/12/03/nsf-re

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