An nRF52832 based, low power wire / contactless badge with Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0 and NFC functionality.
It's not only a cool little badge with a tiny bubble display for nice words and numbers but also a dev board for prototyping.
Make a simple but challenging badge with an LED matrix display and an ATtiny13!
It's exactly what it sounds like. Carved with love from a fresh Yukon Gold potato. <3
This badge is a DIY dev board for MicroPython. Based on ESP8266, it has a lot of features which are possible to learn and have fun with!
Create an electronic name tag using TinyDuino processor and a TinyShield LED Matrix board!
An animated e-paper display badge for Hacksters.
Ugly sweaters everywhere just got even uglier sweater this holiday season. Can be used as a badge or tree ornament.
This is a Sony Watchman FD-2A that I hacked to receive a composite video feed from a Raspberry Pi Zero W, to use as a badge.
Terminator's Skynet comes alive in the form of a badge.
How to upgrade the BadgerStick Arduino board by SparkFun, if you got one at SXSW 2015
I built this little OLED name tag for events. It's really cool and can impress who-ever you meet. All built using XinaBox ☒CHIPS.
A badge that features an entire TCP packet design with funky LED show and an "Internet Explorer" mode that slows all of it down.
I recently got a Hackster logo badge PCB when attending an event. Here's a short tutorial on how to build it.
A laser projector made with 25 dot lasers, a micro:bit board, and Ada programming.
A badge to flash LED and play tone with adjustable tempo/blink rate.
A standalone wearable badge that will show people how far away they are so they don't accidentally run into you.
Learn how to hack you Maker Faire Badge to mount a 128x64 oled display on it.
Create a butterfly-shaped pin that can change color to match your clothes.
A badge with dot matrix cover that could be programmed using MicroPython..
PixelPad Indian is an electronic badge based on an ATmega32U4 microcontroller, which comes with many built-in features!
How to program an old BadgerStick (from SXSW 2015) using codebender
It's a dot matrix art, fun badge to draw 8x8 images on a RGY tri-color dot matrix display.
An artistic badge based on Digispark and design inspirations from Captain Jack Sparrow and Barbossa.