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Arduino guru, 3D printing enthusiast, and cosplayer Alina Spoon makes among the coolest projects we've seen. From Excalibur swords to 3D printed props, and STEM discussions, Alina is a brilliant maker. You can catch her regularly participating in panel discussions at the likes of Anime Los Angeles, and hitting up the likes of PAX East. Join her over 1.8K Twitter followers in enjoying content related to cosplay, IoT, and DIY electronics.
Everyone seems to love this sword, and I do too! So hopefully no one minds me spamming it for a bit. Sad to see this go, and hoping it’s owner will love it lots and I need my desk space back. CAD, electronics, finishing, paint by me! #saberalter #excali… https://t.co/giknQLWmlo pic.twitter.com/qHqxpWGuw8— Spoon Makes (@AlinaSpoon) January 31, 2019
Arduino Co-founder Massimo Banzi is a renowned maker with over 40K Twitter followers. Banzi weighs in on a bevy of tech topics including artificial intelligence, app data security, and the Internet of Things. For talk about the latest tech trends, news, and opinions, Banzi is a go-to.
Arm and Leading Test Laboratories Unveil Independent Security Certification for IoT Devices https://t.co/c3vxJGtGla— Massimo Banzi (@mbanzi) February 25, 2019
The Arduino Guy, features everything from an article on a RetroPie arcade cabinet build to a Blynk UI Internet-connected heating controller.
electronics starter kit for micro:bit. Monk Makes also hosts guides covering topics like getting started with its amplified speaker kit for Raspberry Pi, and he's a published author. Add to Monk's solid 4K Twitter followers.
Embedded software dude, test engineer, and Arduino projects buff Marcel Kruse is a source for nifty maker projects. He's whipped up an infinity mirror, wearables, and complex DIY electronics. Aside from tweeting about Arduino projects, Kruse chats about 3D printing, events, and Raspberry Pis.
Two days until the wearable contest deadline from @DesignSparkRS. All the pieces are here, now I need to connect everything. My #RSwearable project is almost ready! #electronics #Arduino #3Dprinting pic.twitter.com/bs7H10zTEp— Marcel Kruse (@marcelkruse) February 27, 2019
Top Arduino Experts and Hobbyists to Follow on TwitterA quick Twitter search for Arduino-related topics reveals a bevy of tweets from a smattering of sources. You'll find anyone from Arduino official accounts to makers, hobbyists, and tech professionals. Here on Electromaker, we've got a robust collection of Arduino tutorials, reviews, and news. You might also consider following the best Raspberry Pi experts and hobbyists to follow on Twitter.
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