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A Deepfake Video Never Lies
Making a person appear to say or do something they did not actually say or do has the potential to take the war of disinformation to a whole new level.
Swimming to Antarctica with the NuttX RTOS
Are you working from home under lockdown from the coronavirus? Are you going nuts? If so, maybe this free 2020 NuttX Online Workshop is for you.
Kunning Kool Kinetic Klock
I love the clickety-clackety sounds of split flap displays, but -- in the case of this kinetic clock -- I’m enthralled by its sedately silent revolutions and evolutions.
Resurrecting 21-Segment Victorian Displays
Would you believe that the clever Victorians had incredibly cunning 21-segment incandescent lamp-based displays as far back as 1898?
Want a $160 Laser Engraver?
The Wainlux K6 is a compact, powerful, simple-to-use laser engraver. It’s also incredibly low-priced at around $160 for an Early Bird pledge.
12 x 12 Ping Pong Array Simulator (Part 1)
Well, things just took an unexpected turn and I now have a “Hmmm, that’s very interesting” look on my face.
Pass Me My Pencil Pointer
After inventing the Pencil Pointer, Ed Cayo retired on royalties from it and traveled the world to live happily ever after.
Feel the Power of the PoE FeatherWing
The PoE FeatherWing provides a drop-in replacement for Adafruit’s existing Ethernet FeatherWing, but it also powers your Feather and provides a unique MAC address.
Mesmerizing Kinetic Sculptures
Fashioned predominantly out of wood and powered by mechanical wind-up mechanisms, these awesome kinetic sculptures can run for up to 48 hours on a single wind.
There’s No Need to Eat CrowPi2
If someone had gifted me with something like this when I was a teenager, I would have thought that all my Christmases had come at once.
I Still Believe in America
As always, I’m left musing to myself as to how everyone has an interesting story to tell -- all you have to do is ask.
The Color of Virtual Drips
When I was a kid, my teacher told us that the primary colors were red, yellow, and blue. What she didn’t tell me was...