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All Sky Camera Housing This is an actively-cooled enclosure for housing an All Sky camera running an installation of Thomas Jacquin’s software. This camera is used for night time sky observation and can automatically generate timelapses, startrail images, and … Continue reading
With little more than four economical stepper motors, a Raspberry Pi Zero, and a 3D printer, [Thomas Barlow] made himself an awfully slick Smart Flip Clock that can display not only the time, but also weather data as well. This … Continue reading
Recently listed as one of Instagram’s Top 7 Women in STEM, software engineer and content creator Estefannie talks to Alex Bate about electronics, her online community, and why she can’t stop giving away free tech in her Instagram Live streams. … Continue reading
David Booth shared their custom temperature sensor using MQTT and CircuitPython. via raspberry pi pod and micro:bit base A custom, low power temperature sensor powered by a Raspberry Pi Pico with an LCD display and WiFi connectivity for integration into … Continue reading
| Buy | Link Designed for enjoying hot drinks on the go, the Toddy is a 100% leak-proof insulated mug. Its unique locking lid offers easy sipping but won’t drip a bit even if you toss a full mug in your bag. It … Continue reading
I’ve been playing with a few MicroPython projects recently on several different embedded platforms, including a couple of ESP32 WiFi modules. There are various ways to program these modules: Use a serial terminal and ampy (maintained by [devxpy] since being … Continue reading
Watch Colorized 1940s Footage of London after the Blitz: Scenes from Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace & More
“Regular features of the time: neatly swept-up piles of glass, litter of stone and splinters of flint, smell of escaping gas, knots of sightseers waiting at the cordons.” — George Orwell What was it like to live in London during … Continue reading
Raspberry Pi 3A + Pimoroni Inky Impression 7 colour e-ink screen + Ikea Himmlesby 10 x 15 cm frame + Some janky Python and Bash scripting = A quite serviceable, automatically updating art gallery
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The early Cold War years may have been suffused with existential dread thanks to the never-ending threat of nuclear obliteration, but at least it did have a great look. Think cars with a ton of chrome, sheet steel toys with … Continue reading