C’est le genre de projet un peu dingue qui montre les possibilités acquises par de simples particuliers ces dernières années. Arriver a réduire de 90% le châssis original de la console pour proposer cette GameCube Nano est assez ahurissant. Le projet est assez simple en théorie.
Marble runs are fun enough on their own, but what if you could eat the marbles? Gumballs are the satisfying answer to that question. To that end, [Adrian Seeley] whipped up a system for producing gumball runs programmatically for entertainment and candy dispensing purposes.
Power tool batteries are a convenient portable power supply for all manner of different things. [Zachary Goode] noticed that Ryobi was using them to power soldering irons, but no such tool existed in the DeWalt range. Thus, he set about to build such a rig himself.
Jeff Geerling a été visiter l’usine Sony qui fabrique les Raspberry Pi et revient avec une vidéo très complète. On y découvre les méthodes employées pour assembler les cartes, les tester et les empaqueter. Une visite intéressante a plus d’un titre.
Building a modern computer is something plenty of us have done, and with various tools available to ensure that essentially the only thing required of the end user is to select parts and have them delivered via one’s favorite (or least expensive) online retailer.
This is the first in a (probably) three part series. About a year ago, I decided to upgrade my old spring mattress to a TEMPUR-Contour Elite Breeze and I cannot say enough good things about it. I opted to also get an adjustable base (this one) for it, which has also been great.
It’s easy to find a cheap clock at any dollar store that will manage to tell the time, but chances are that the plastic-fantastic construction won’t do you any aesthetic favors.
I have set up an electronics lab bench for all my hobby and product development projects. In this article, I will dive deep into every part of the setup and guide you through the structure, organization, tools and parts.