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We heard your feedback loud and clear: you love our blog and enjoy fresh daily features but wish to remain under a single platform without the need to log in, worry about your privacy, or encounter a metered paywall on Medium. Plus, many of you have mentioned that it would be nicer to maintain product and project hyperlinks under one roof versus two completely separate sites. We totally agree.
Starting September 30th, the Hackster Blog will be hosted on Hackster.io …
The Green Box is an automated hydroponics system.
Use a MiniZed Zynq FPGA SoC to implement a real-time edge detection algorithm for lane detection.
Creating a high performance edge processing node using the Ultra96, MIPI and DisplayPort.
Use a wireless PlayStation 2 (PS2) controller and an Arduino Uno pilot a robotic tank.
With the recent Sony/Disney disputes, what better time to make a wearable Arc Reactor from Iron Man 2?!
A PIC16F886-based CW auto keyer with USB and Morse key interfaces.
Construct a 20 x 15 LED matrix to display cool graphics and text while allowing for future upgrades.
MATRIX Voice ESP32 standalone satellite mics for a Raspberry Pi server running Snips. Credit to Paul Romkes for this amazing project! …
Make an action camera in a vintage flash unit with Raspberry Pi Zero and camera module.
A Boeing automated honeycomb repair system.
Wheelchair add-on allows quadriplegic individuals to have greater freedom with a puff-controlled robotic arm and various safety mechanisms.
Using M&Ms to show students how computer vision object classification and detection works.
The aim is to convert basic symbols that represent the 26 English letters as mentioned under American Sign Language script and display.
Use unique NFC tags for your next edge, IoT, or AI project.
Design a PCB that uses a Teensy, an LCD screen, joystick, buttons, battery and speaker to create a GameBoy-like gaming system! …