FPGA chips are looking to become more commonplace in the Maker space, which is a definite win for all of us! The smaller boards are reputed to sell at $12-$18, so that's definitely within the average price range for most projects. This is what things like the ioLinker from jinvent.de are leading up to. Read… Continue reading The Coming of the Age of the Maker FPGA Board – Hackster’s Blog
This is a smaller, indoor version of something that I've considered doing. I've been interested in hydroponics since reading older Heinlein, Asimov, and Norton sci-fi, and how it could combine air and water recycling, along with providing food.
Feedspot has put out a "Top 20 Arduino Blogs on the Planet" post, and somehow they put me at #17.
He makes some really good points about portability, and that is a really good reason to use this. As is basic user-experience. But this is also a good starting point for security.
If you have ever wanted to create an Internet of Things (IoT) project, then you've probably run into the problem of making it communicate what it senses, or talking to other sensors in a different location.
Hey, @ThinkMaking is doing a pretty awesome giveaway if you're interested in 3D printing. While I am interested in it, I don't have a 3D printer at this point, so I'm not going to enter and take away chances from someone who can actually use the prize. But if anyone sees this, go and take a… Continue reading Great 3D Printing Giveaway at @ThinkMaking!