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Drums are an exciting instrument to learn to play, but often prohibitive if there are housemates or close neighbors involved. For that problem ...

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It’s fair to say that right now is probably the worst possible time you could choose to design a new piece of hardware. Of course the reality is ...

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When fully-3D video games started arriving in the early 90s, some companies were more prepared for the change than others. Indeed, it would take ...

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It’s been a year of anniversaries, what with the 40th birthday of both the Commodore 64 and the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. But there’s another ...

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is quite a wizard when it comes to using coils of wires in projects, especially when their application is within easy-to-build metal detectors. ...

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In a recent video, created a tidy tool storage system for their slim garage workbench. We have seen the “five knuckle” 270 degree hinges used here ...

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Douglas Engelbart’s 1968 “Mother of all Demos” introduced the world to a whole range of technologies we take for granted today, the most prominent ...

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When it comes to 3D scanning, a perfect surface looks a lot like the image above: thousands of distinct and random features, high contrast, no ...

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One of the issues with 3D printing is that when a print is done, you need to go back and pull the print off the bed to reset it for the next one. ...

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Like most home consoles, the Xbox Series X was specifically designed to fit neatly in the average home theater unit. thought that wasn’t quite big ...

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came into possession of an old spectrophotometer, which measures the absorbance and transmittance of light in a sample. Getting data out of the ...

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At Hackaday, we love those times when we get a chance to follow up on a project that we’ve already featured. Generally, it’s because the project ...

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