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Tindie Maker Marketplace 7h
Back in Stock! LearnIR (v2), advanced infrared learner module IR by
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Elektor North America 3h
Article: "The Elektor LoRa Node" - A long-range, 868-MHz remote control with state feedback and inside. Convinced of the combined power of open-source hardware and software, Elektor smashes the myth that is for pros only!
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Tindie Maker Marketplace 3h
Back in Stock! vDrive QL - Microdrive Hardware Emulator
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Elektor 3h
The Elektor ‘Intelekt’ Chess Computer (1981): Tiny Chess 86 ported to the 8088!
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VideotronicMaker Nov 7
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VideotronicMaker Nov 5
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MAKERDEMY 20h
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Elektor North America 10h
Free Article: "Using E-paper with the Arduino" - a sketch for the EPA20-A!
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Tindie Maker Marketplace Feb 24
Back in Stock! Compact Flash Module for CP/M RC2014 Computer by
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envox Jan 8
🌐 is finished. We have backers from 32 countries! 🎉 Looking forward to expand BB3 family with new members as pre-order began at:
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Erin St. Blaine Jan 19
Neopixel fairy bottles adorning my Tree Ent! This was a nightmare wiring project, but all nine bottles are now connected and animating beautifully. 🤩
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Tindie Maker Marketplace Feb 25
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Elektor Deutschland 11h
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Richard Campbell Nov 18
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Elektor 16h
Hey, engineers and makers. Join Elektor's global community of engineers and makers! Start reading Elektor mag today.
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Cute Lava 10h
another tiny IoT test, to write more library code for the real projects 😃. ➡️ follow @officialcutelava for more 🤖 Tag A Friend That Would Appreciate This Post ... 📷
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envox Jan 6
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Psychiceyeclix Feb 25
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Kickstarter & Indiegogo - New & Trending Dec 19
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Elektor North America 4h
Project: Long-Range IR Beam Interruption Detector. Built around a standard 38-kHz IR receiver module and a bunch of timer chips, this design covers distances of up to 7 m.
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