What do you get if you strap a microscope onto a CNC and throw in a gaming controller? The answer, according to Reddit user [AskewedBox] is something kind of awesome: you get a microscope that can be controlled with the game controller for easier tracking of tiny creepy-crawlies.
Can you believe that [Tom Tilley]’s wife was just going to pawn off this perfectly good salad spinner on the thrift store when it’s so ripe for hacking? We couldn’t, either. Fortunately, he caught it just in time, right before dinner.
This project was developed to allow the usage of a Raspberry PI PICO within a gameboy cartridge. For now, the project has a basic menu UI that allows you to boot into various roms baked into the PICO Elf code.
The trick to producing great 3D printing time-lapse animations is to ensure that the extruder has moved out of the frame each time a photo is taken — which usually requires OctoPrint to be controlling both the camera and printer.
In terms of units sold, it’s no secret that the GameCube was one of Nintendo’s poorest performing home consoles.
Once a popular craze, most of the public has sold or stashed away their plastic video game instruments and forgotten the likes of Guitar Hero and Rockband. Having never been quite satisfied with his scores, [Nick O’Hara] set out to create a robot that could play a Guitar Hero controller.
This is the second part in my Arduino controlled toy cars.Once again it is an obstacle avoidance one. In this car I’m using an Arduino Nano instead of an Uno.The motor driver is a L298N module.
While it might not be quite as revered as its predecessor, the Game Boy Advance is arguably the peak of “classic” handheld gaming, before things got all 3D and dual screen on us.