We have a good balance of products for this week. Check them out and see if one can be a solution for a problem with your project.

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Check out this project/tutorial about building your own face tracking camera!

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A fellow maker with a great project!

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Check out this project to build your very own thermographic camera.

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Tech Support's very own Michelle shows you how to use an X2 Gateway in your next project.

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Check out this awesome project from Make.

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So you want an Arduino compatible microcontroller with a small footprint? Look no further!

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You'll never have to walk again with this DIY Segway.

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Check out this awesome project from a couple of Eastern Washington students.

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Archive your photos and documents without spending all day at the scanner.

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Announcing a new class series all about XBee!

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We're just back from Maker Faire so check out this nice project we saw while we were there.

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Check out this nice e-textiles project from a SparkFun customer.

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The perfect project if you just can't get enough Facebook.

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Check out another awesome KickStarter project!

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Check out this awesome quadcopter project

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Check out the Peep Show - and no, it's not that kind.

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Making a GPS unit that integrates with Google maps.

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Yarn Monster

Not as scary as it sounds - but very helpful!

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Great thread! Star Trek and Adventure were the first two games I remember playing on a computer (‘70’s), usually over a 300 baud modem (we…
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Nate, not to be too pedantic, but the thing in the first picture is a teletype like the ASR- or KSR-33, not an early computer. The…
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