Richard Elliot

Residing on the south coast of England, Rich has spent the last few years building Electomaker.io from the ground up. He is usually found behind a laptop coordinating the rest of the EM team and occasionally finding time to contribute articles to the blog. When not tapping away at a laptop, he can be found either paddleboarding, at the beach, playing golf (badly), or camping with his family.

Free Electromaker Swag Giveaway!

Free Electromaker Swag Giveaway!

We are a generous bunch here at Electromaker. That’s why we have decided to giveaway some free swag to our fans!
Help us make Brighton’s young people ‘future-proof’ with #BrightFutures

Help us make Brighton’s young people ‘future-proof’ with #BrightFutures

Our mission at, MakerClub is to ensure that young people have the stuff to thrive in the 21st Century.

We have launched!!! ???

Hello and welcome to Electromaker! Today we launched phase one of the website, which we plan to develop and expand further over the coming months.

Programming WS2812B LEDs with ATtiny85

In this tutorial, we shall delve a little deeper into what we can achieve using the ATtiny85 and some Neopizel RGB LEDs
MeArm Pi Review

MeArm Pi Review

A robotic arm kit designed specially for the Raspberry Pi
A smart portable power solution for your Raspberry Pi

A smart portable power solution for your Raspberry Pi

After an unfortunate two-year delay following its wildly successful Kickstarter campaign, the PiJuice has finally arrived. As the name suggests, it’s all about supplying power (juice) to the Raspberry Pi so you can set it free from the mains to use in projects in the great outdoors.
Libre Computer Project AML-S905X-CC “Le Potato” Review

Libre Computer Project AML-S905X-CC “Le Potato” Review

Another day, another single board computer (SBC) hits the market, but this one from Libre Computer Project hopes to be a more powerful “drop-in replacement” for the Raspberry Pi. But does it meet the high standard of the Raspberry Pi? Well, let's find out.
Build a wildlife camera using a Raspberry Pi and PiJuice

Build a wildlife camera using a Raspberry Pi and PiJuice

Build your own motion-sensing wildlife camera with a Raspberry Pi and PiJuice portable power