A Humanoid project with Google Aiy, raspberry pi, robotis bioloid servos, USB2aX, micro hobby servos, 16 adafruit channel for servos, oled
This is a sensor designed to send a notification to your phone and OLED Remote Screen whenever a 3D print is sliding on the print bed.
3D Printable Mold OR Planter.
Design, development, and validate a low-cost, open-source (OS) water testing platform which costs less than commercially available tools.
The robot is controlled with an Arduino Nano and only uses 2 motors and 2 sensors. The program to control the robot is only 843 bytes big.
A 3D printed version of the fountain of my dreams providing boundless Cabernet.
The mechanism of the project depends on the motion of many wires connected with each other...
We want to combine DIY electronics and 3D printing to turn anything into a smart device.
A 3D printed Hummingbird automata I designed and assembled for my wife.
I am always curious about the sensors that can recognize colors, it will be cool to make a color grab flashlight and put into my backpack.
A volume control for the TV/receiver using Arduino Nano.
3D-printed enclosure makes it look lite Amazon Dot.
Raspberry Pi opens a lot of possibilities for do-it-yourself projects. It’s affordable and full of potential.
I’ve smashed my game unit in an epic tear-down and transformed it into a miniature 3D printer on the cheap.
The most useful cup ever! Once you print it, you will never leave home without it.
How many Nicoles are there in Belgium? Use this awesome 3D-printed map to find out!
This article is about controlling the TP-Link HS100/HS110 smart home automation power sockets via Machinekit HAL.
An awesome open source, 3D-printed vase stand with addressable RGB LEDs that fade between selectable colors to light up your life.
Self-replicating, rapid prototyping open source 3D printer using an Arduino 101 that can be controlled via Internet.
Connect your front door to the internet and unlock it with your smartphone.
This project introduces a functional extruder at a reasonable price, which can be affordable to the fablab community and others.
A cheap DIY version of Nanoleaf RGB LIGHT with ATtiny85 and WS2812 RGB strip.
A successful attempt at making a fully functional Telemetry CanSat using 1Sheeld.
Pi Zero is crazy tiny and it works well for low-er use CPU programs like the Repetier-Server.
BigFDM has a printing area of 800 x 800 x 900mm, a BOM less than $3,000, and can be made in any fab lab near to you!