Posts Tagged: Arduino

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    Maker’s Dashboard

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    Some months ago some $long_list_of_insults stole our family car, a.k.a. our only car. That’s a shame, because I live in a very small hamlet where “public transports” means “just the schoolbus”. As I have four children, that means a greater hindrance in everyday activities. That’s a shame also because they stole it before I could hack… Read more »

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    Arduino Announces New Brand, Genuino, Manufacturing Partnership with Adafruit | Make:

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    In responste to the awkward (to say the least) situation, Massimo Banzi declares his Independence Day: Arduino, with the new brand of Genuino, will be manufactured in Manhattan, NY. This will greatly facilitate the U.S. market, starting from July – at least with the core products, to begin with. Now if you want to support the… Read more »

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    Make LiV Yours

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    The makers’ approach to sharing information is radically different from that of guild craftsmen. Sharing for a maker isn’t a bad thing. It is a powerful tool to help people reach their goals; collective intelligence is an unlimited and irreplaceable resource. We are not saying that a maker can’t and shouldn’t aim at creating brands… Read more »

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    MOSFET: the Whole Truth

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    When surfing the Internet for electronic hacks, it’s very easy to bump into a bunch of projects that use Arduino to drive almost everything you can image, from greenhouses to refrigerators and ovens (and even bigger loads). How is it possible? After all, Arduino can manage current up to 40 milliamps per pin: this value is very small,… Read more »

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    A New Protection

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    A New Protection: the Context A patent gives you exclusive rights to produce and sell that invention for a number of years; no one else can make money off of it without your permission. But lately, some people in the maker movement have concluded that this strategy – in a dynamic and distributed context –… Read more »