An artificially intelligent tea maker you can control using SMS

An artificially intelligent tea maker you can control using SMS

Building an artificially intelligent tea maker that would make Guy Martin the perfect cup of tea based on how he was feeling on that day.
Furlexa: The Furby-Raspberry Pi Cross with Added Alexa!

Furlexa: The Furby-Raspberry Pi Cross with Added Alexa!

Smart toys are all the rage these days, but what about hacking an older toy into 21st century awesomeness?
Cut Your Grass with a DIY Robot Lawn Mower!

Cut Your Grass with a DIY Robot Lawn Mower!

Your lawn is probably settled for the winter – but what plans have you made for the first cut of the year? Another time-consuming battle with the over-long grass of the global warming age?
Make Your Raspberry Pi Mobile with the NoodlePi

Make Your Raspberry Pi Mobile with the NoodlePi

Your Raspberry Pi is so small that it should be mobile by default. But it isn’t – so what are your options? Smartphone battery rechargers can be used to keep a Pi running on the go, but without a display, and a keyboard, it’s a largely unedifying experience.

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.

It's Easy to Build a 3D Printed Arduino Controlled Spiderbot

The concept is simple: you take an Arduino, some servos, and a 3D printer, and you build a spider-like robot (commonly known as a spiderbot).
Repurpose Lego Dimensions and Disney Infinity Boards with This Software

Repurpose Lego Dimensions and Disney Infinity Boards with This Software

It is a sad truth that toys-to-life video games have a finite lifespan. While the toys themselves can be reused (especially in the case of Lego Dimensions), the NFC-based toy boards that ship with the core titles have limited prospects.
Google Endorses Raspberry Pi Zero, ZeroPhone Fans Get Excited

Google Endorses Raspberry Pi Zero, ZeroPhone Fans Get Excited

Recently hitting the crowdfunding stage, the ZeroPhone – a Raspberry Pi Zero-based smartphone – is perhaps the ultimate in DIY communications projects.
Pirtual Boy Gives Forgotten Nintendo Failure a New Lease of Life (Part 1 of 3)

Pirtual Boy Gives Forgotten Nintendo Failure a New Lease of Life (Part 1 of 3)

Back in 1995, Nintendo released the Virtual Boy, ostensibly a portable console built into a 3D stereoscopic headset. Although marketed as a VR experience, the Virtual Boy suffered from monochrome graphics, weight, low-quality games, and a poor 3D effect.