Monthly Archives: July 2013

Uncut Tiny House Preview

edhagopian shared this story from Tiny House Design. The other day someone commented on Facebook and challenged tiny house designers to design houses with fewer angled cuts. They had spent the day cutting angles on their own tiny house. Since … Continue reading

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Wheelbarrow with internal combustion engine

edhagopian shared this story from adafruit industries blog. Wheelbarrow with internal combustion engine. via edhagopian’s blurblog http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2013/07/31/wheelbarrow-with-internal-combustion-engine/

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Oculus Rift + Kinect + KickR = PaperDude VR

edhagopian shared this story from adafruit industries blog. PaperDude VR is built in Unity with 3D assets created in 3D studio and textured in Photoshop. The KickR sensor detects the speed of the bike and has the ability to provide … Continue reading

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Arduino-based backyard aquaponics

edhagopian shared this story from adafruit industries blog. For the first couple of years he spent thousands of hours struggling to learn programming languages to automate his backyard mini-farm. Then while speaking at an international conference (along with Eric Maundu … Continue reading

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10 Tiny Development Boards That Are Up to the Task

edhagopian shared this story from adafruit industries blog. 10 Tiny Development Boards That Are Up to the Task @ EE Times. Not so long ago, the typical development board was big, bulky, and often handmade. Recently a flood of Lilliputian-size … Continue reading

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Arduino quadcopter iPhone control

edhagopian shared this story from Electronics-Lab.com Blog. Arduino quadcopter iPhone control: This Arduino Quadcopter by Kyle Fieldus has iPhone Control, similar to the AR Drone you can tilt the phone to control the quadcopter. Touch OSC is being used to … Continue reading

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Smartphone Charger Powered by Fire

edhagopian shared this story from Electronics-Lab.com Blog. Joohansson @ instructables.com writes: The reason for this project was to solve a problem I have. I sometimes do several days of hiking/backpacking in the wild and I always bring a smartphone with … Continue reading

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