I’m not sure if I remember Post Oat Flakes cereal, but I’m sure a few people out there have felt their oats!
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As part of Project Xyberpunk for element14 Presents, I needed to teardown the Xybernaut MAIV wearable computer. In this video, I’ll take the Xybernaut MAIV teardown to green boards to find out what kind of processor runs the Xybernaut MAIV as well as determine what other hardware is present inside it.
If you’re looking for the best Bluetooth shower speaker, look no further than the Soundbot SB510 waterproof Bluetooth speaker. This Soundbot SB510 review will show the features and use of the best waterproof Bluetooth speaker available.
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Project QuickShot is a variation on the Nintendo NES Zapper light gun that is designed to provide emulated light gun functionality for modern displays. QuickShot uses an ATmega32u4 to create mouse movements based on the relative movement of the Zapper’s barrel. It’s a different skill set, so it’s a different kind of hand-eye coordination challenge from the original!
The LSM9DS1 is a 9-degree-of-freedom accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer module that can add motion-sensing capabilities to any Arduino project. In this video, I will show you how to use the LSM9DS1 with Arduino IDE including how to set up the LSM9DS1 libraries in Arduino.
After suffering my Harbor Freight helping hands for the umpteenth time, I decided it was time to get the best helping hands for the price that I could find. This search led me to the PSIVEN Helping Hands Third Hand Soldering Tool And Vise, a $40 set of helping hands that prove invaluably sturdy for the novice while still being perfectly adequate for a professional. The PSIVEN Helping Hands are the best prosumer level soldering helping hands that I have been able to find!
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There’s not much documentation on how to use a tiny OLED screen with RetroPie, so in this video, I’ll walk through the process of setting up one of Adafruit’s teeny-tiny OLED screen modules with a Raspberry Pi Zero.
Watch the complete Project Kongmas build video at element14.com
Raspberry Pi GPIO Pinout: element14.com/raspberrypi
In my quest to make the World’s Smallest Donkey Kong Arcade Cabinet, I needed to tear down the 2018 Hallmark Keepsake Donkey Kong arcade cabinet Christmas tree ornament and see how I could use the shell to house my electronics. In this video, you’ll see the complete process (including a lot of trial and error) as well as what makes this “magic” ornament tick!
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