Franken Pc

Combining a laptop from the grave with a newer desktop graphics card, a true hardware Halloween.

Windows Wrist Watch 2.0

A wrist watch that can (kind of) run 3 versions of Windows using the new HyperPixel 4.0 and a Pi 3B+ with voice control!

Pinhole Camera Made With 3d Pen

Pinhole camera is a simple device capable of capturing a picture without using lens. The most important aspects for the pinhole camera are making a light-tight space where you can load photosensitive material and creating a pinhole which should be as tiny and accurate possible.

Fully Functional Rc Plane

Just imagine that you throw a model plane and it doesn’t fall down on the other side of the classroom to provide the teacher with an easy opportunity to pick it up and never return it to you. Rather, you will control its motion with a sophisticated, hidden RC and possibly navigate it to a safe place

Ball Track With A 3d Pen

This project is a chance for you to create your own ball track which could become either your children’s favourite toy or your personal means of relaxing. The complexity, largeness, steepness, colourfulness, and other properties are completely up to your taste and patience.

Phoenix Fire Lily - Solar Rechargeable Decor

Solar rechargeable battery connected to a flickering LED inside an artificial lily flower residing in a hand-crafted wooden vase.

Build Your Own Simon Game With Netduino

Use the power of Netduino to make a compact size Simon game on a half breadboard with LEDs, push buttons, and a piezo speaker.

Step Sequencer

Step Sequencer is a small expansion board for Arduino Uno that realizes a six-stage step sequencer producing 8-bit tone sequences.

Zelda Song Player

Assemble an Arduino Uno-based device to recreate an N64 controller to play the first six songs from the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time!

Pidp-8: A Pdp-8 Minicomputer On Raspberry Pi

Everyone wanted a PDP-8 minicomputer. Well, in 1968. Blinkenlights! Just boot the SD image on a Pi, maybe add the front panel later on.

Kim Uno - A 6502 Kim-1 Computer On Arduino

Replicate the 1976 KIM-1 computer on an Arduino. Pocket-sized 6502 coding! Use serial port, or add small PCB to make a stand-alone device.

Retro Arcade: Get Your Game On With Pocketbeagle

Tutorial on creating a retro style arcade using BeagleBone's new PocketBeagle

Vintage Wi-fi Internet Radio

An vintage radio turned into a modern Internet Wi-Fi radio

How To Build A Retropie Console With Raspberry Pi 3

How to build a RetroPie gaming console step by step from start to finish using Raspberry Pi 3! Is an easy project which you can do in 1 hour