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Unexpected Maker 5h
This might not look impressive, but If you knew how this was put on the screen and settings changed and re-drawn.... IT WOULD BLOW YOUR MINDS!!!
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MaFyKe Dec 4
It's written in and runs on a graphing calculator with a OS. It's possible to win one.
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David Culp Dec 6
If you live near a , they have the BBC Go Kit on sale for just $9.99. Great , tool! I like using on it.
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Unexpected Maker Nov 29
I’m re-writing my code base for my Pro board from scratch in - It’s slow going… but I’m making progress.
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Matthew Croughan Dec 4
Welcoming to via , telepresence on our powered esp8266 running . Video calling via P2P WEBRTC. Julian is controlling this via MQTT Websockets on a control dashboard.
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mikemckenna Dec 6
Micro:bit and Neopixel examples with Micropython at
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ELIE Nicolas Dec 1
Finished! Automatic day counter before Christmas chimney is done all from my imagination. Santa by my honey. makes everything magical.
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Digi XBee Dec 5
So, you’ve got a great project idea. Time to design and build! Digi WDS can provide the development resources you need - , , Windows, , , custom drivers, board support packages and more. Learn more:
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Elektor North America Dec 4
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Kody Dec 5
I got to spend today with some of my favorite people teaching and to make simple hardware prototypes. We practiced switching relays with a button, made a night light, controlled lasers, motors, servos and more!
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adafruit industries Dec 2
Cyber Monday is CIRCUITPYTHON MONDAY at Adafruit: Use the code ADATHANKS to get 20% off CircuitPython boards and 15% off items storewide! 🐍
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Sven Haiges Dec 5
The BBC micro:bit runs , advancing from block-based programming becomes very easy this way... - soon prepping a workshop at school, will share material.
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Unexpected Maker Nov 30
Though I’m annoyed I’m having to add fundamental stuff like this to my ILI9341 driver, I am proud I’ve manage to implement it…
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Electromaker.io Dec 6
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S Organ Dec 5
A very quick activity based around Santa’s reindeers
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Doug MacMillan Dec 5
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りなたむ || RYOTA NAKAMURA Dec 4
何気に結構みられてるなー☺️
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りなたむ || RYOTA NAKAMURA Dec 2
Advent Calender 2019 書きました。 はいいぞー
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Sidney Nakatani Dec 1
Nesse Post vamos utilizar um sensor de chuva para detectar água no sensor e enviar o sinal para um NodeMcu utilizando Micropython.
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Unexpected Maker Nov 30
Replying to @ArkElectron
Well, I’m still working on in - I’ve got a long way to go, but honestly, I much prefer coding in MP and than C/C++
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