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A roundup of Hackster projects perfect for our favorite holiday!

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An in-depth look at the winners of our IoT for Everyone contest

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Reagan talks about making the CubeRinth Maximus for Two Bit Circus.

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Soldering together a robot solder badge and a WeevilEye kit.

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MakerCamp was a month long camp where makers, designers and mentors from different parts of the world and with varying skill sets came together to work on projects they wanted to dive deeper into. The group of participants flew in from all over the globe last month (August) to hack, make, teach, work together, and document their making process. In the end they came away with a global community of support for prototypes that can be kick-started into real life projects. As SparkFun was a partner in the camp, we wanted to showcase some of the awesome people and projects from the camp last month.

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We’ve probably used the word “maker” more times in the last year than we have in the last ten years. It’s pretty evident that making is blowing up. Makerspaces have made their way into blogs on education, hackerspaces are being featured in The New York Times, and a White House Maker Faire was held in lieu of the annual White House Science Fair this year. I think it’s fair to say making is so hot right now.

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Boulder Hackerspace autoponics project gets love from CU and NASA

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A brief history of Solid State Depot, the Boulder Hackerspace.

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Do any of these have a native video out capability? Or would I have to build that from scratch for myself?

Thanks! The necessary sample rate is sort of dictated by the tempo of typical children's music. For example Jingle Bells, Mary Had a Lamb,…

creative idea! and nice write up!! what were your initial concept ideas for the needed sample speed?

Awesome. But how did you disable the highly vulnerable receiver built in to your garage opener?

Ah cool. For the comparison, I wanted to keep it simple with only temperature measurements. The humidity/temperature sensors lowers the cost…

I studied linear circuits and analysis in my second smester of university and i struggled a lot in making circuits especially digital clock.…

I have 11 temperature sensors in and near my house. They are of four different models, none of which are on your list. AM2302, AKA DHT22:…

I have tested the DS18B20 briefly. It is an alternative option for that distance using its the digital output. This was one of the…

I was using an analog input on the ATmega328P to read the TMP36 without a library. The spike between 55 to 72 was surprising to me as well.…

I would look a little closer at your data for the TMP36. When it changes from 68 to 72, the bits go from: 10001001 10010001 That single-bit…

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