Here at Hackaday, we love it when someone picks up the ball from a previous project and runs with it. That’s what we’re all ...
The use of concrete and steel have both become the bedrock of modern-day construction, which of course also means that there ...
Intel processors, at least for PCs, are ubiquitous and have been for decades. Even beyond the chips specifically built by ...
Join us on Wednesday, May 29 at noon Pacific for the Camera and Lens Repair Hack Chat with Anthony Kouttron! Unlike the ...
Some of us may have recently stumbled over these mysterious ‘Mini 560’ synchronous buck converter modules at various ...
You walk into a home office and see an attractive standing desk that appears bare. Where’s the computer? Well, if it is [DIY Perk]’s office, the desk is the computer. Like a ...
We’re all used to wireless networking, but if there’s one thing the ubiquitous WiFi on 2.4 or 5 GHz lacks, it’s range. Inside ...
Although much of the software that runs on the ESP32 microcontroller is open source, the Wi-Fi driver is not. Instead, it uses a proprietary binary blob. This was no problem for [Jasper Devreker]’s ...
Amidst the push for more low-carbon energy, we see the demolishing of one of the pillars of electric grids: that of a careful ...
When you need to make very tiny measurements, even noise in closed relays can throw you off. [Marco] was able to observe this effect and wanted to build a switch that didn’t have this ...
Some people trick out their cars. Some, their computers. There are even people who max out their audio systems, although back ...
In many ways, ICQ has always been a bit of a curiosity. It was one of the first major instant messenger clients of the 1990s.