• A 3D-printed e-drum pad Januar 19, 2017
    After making his first drum with a laser cutter, Ryo Kosaka redesigned it as a 3D-printed structure so more people could build it. If you’d like to practice playing the drums, but would rather not disturb your family, roommate, neighbors, dog, etc., then an electronic version is probably a good idea. Since you’re reading our […]
  • Interactive geodesic LED dome = extreme geometric fun! Januar 19, 2017
    We’ve all seen geodesic domes in one form or another, whether as a modern experiment, as housing from a bygone era, or perhaps as a gigantic structure in Orlando (technically a geodesic sphere). Jon Bumstead apparently wasn’t satisfied with current dome options, and instead created his own, integrating elements from programmable LED tables to make it […]
  • Emulate a Commodore 64 keyboard with a modern PC and an Arduino Januar 18, 2017
    Using an Arduino, Adam Podstawczynski is able to translate keystrokes on his notebook to character inputs on a C64. If you enjoy using a Commodore 64, but either don’t like (or perhaps don’t have) its keyboard, Podstawczynski’s project could be a great solution. His build runs a Python script on a PC, Mac, or Linux computer, which […]
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