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Kids Stuff Coding, Robot Kit and 8-bit Wonders

January 18, 2015

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Incentives to get kids coding are everywhere. But it doesn’t just have to be kids stuff and anyone can get a head start on programming by trying simple, fun and creative coding games, robotics and electronics kits. Gaming now comes with a large dash of education and coder cool thanks to companies that emphasise learning […]

Make Hack Two: LED love, Power Ups and WTF Builds

November 13, 2014

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Make it better harder faster stronger. Update two on makes and hacks including LED wearables with the wow factor, WTF Builds and energetic Power Ups. There are some incredible maker projects out there on my favourite tech, science and creative websites, but rather than simply repost I thought I’d give a rundown of some of […]

Make Hack One: Cams, drone power and retro gaming gear

October 18, 2014

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Laser camera triggers, drones guided by Oculus Rift and haptic gaming vests are just a few of the incredible projects cooked up by skilful and enthusiastic makers then shared with the world. Welcome to the favourites list of made and hacked devices. This is our rundown of the best maker projects doing the rounds: the […]

Sonic Pi: Raspberry sounds inspire coders and musicians

October 2, 2014

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Raspberry Pi computers are at the centre of many of the coolest open source creative technology projects, whether it’s a home automation controller, weather station, drone or even a supercomputer cluster. So when Raspberry Pi programmer Sam Aarons spoke about Sonic Pi at Newcastle’s SuperMondays event, the level of interest was amped up to 10. Sonic Pi is Raspberry Pi’s […]

3D Light Painting With A 3D Printer

July 9, 2014

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Easily Turn Your Raspberry Pi into an FM Transmitter

July 9, 2014

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Originally posted on Hackaday:
Have you ever wanted to be your own radio DJ? [Kevin] has made it easier than ever with his Raspberry Pi FM Transmitter program. The program is written in C. [Kevin] has made source code is available along with a compiled binary. PIFM allows you to load up any audio file and specify…

PiGates Validates Your Concert Tickets

July 9, 2014

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Originally posted on Hackaday:
[Seph] works for a company that handles ticketing for concerts and special events. One of his primary tasks is to check for counterfeit tickets at the gates of an event. Depending on the venue, this can be mag-stripes, bar codes, or one of several breeds of RFID. Until recently, netbooks coupled with USB readers…

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