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28 Nov 2014

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Headless Ghost is a display emulator (dummy plug) that fits discreetly in to a HDMI socket.

It fixes a problem you probably didn’t even know you had – unlocking the full potential of your graphics card hardware.

By simulating the presence of an attached display, Headless Ghost allows you to use all of the power and available resolutions locked away inside your graphics hardware, which might otherwise be disabled when there is no screen available.

Headless Ghost – HDMI emulator - [Link]

21 Nov 2014

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The ultimate combination of an Arduino-compatible board and your day-to-day Gadget in one handheld Device.

Phoenard is an All-in-one Arduino-compatible prototyping Gadget powered by an 8-bit AVR ATMEGA2560, identical to the one you find in Arduino Mega. It is essentially a pocket-sized prototyping platform which you can use as the ‘brain’ in your projects, similar to using an Arduino. BUT, it has a lot more features built into a single case developed in such a way that you can use it as your day-to-day Gadget.

Phoenard: World’s 1st Arduino-compatible Prototyping Gadget - [Link]

20 Nov 2014

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Wireless. Easier. Safer. Longer Lasting Christmas lights. by Chris Higgins & Hardeep Johar:

The first ever wirelessly powered Christmas lights
Smartphone controlled energy efficient LED lights
Outshines any of the average Christmas lights by 20 years

AURA: The first ever, wirelessly powered Christmas lights - [Link]

14 Nov 2014

Re-invented robotic mobility to conquer stairs, bumps and more! The ground robotic revolution is here! Get a platform while they last!

Innovative leaders in robotics technology have recently announced the launch of their Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to bring Ground Drone, the next evolution of ground robotics, to the market.

Ground Drone Project: A versatile mobile robotic platform - [Link]


31 Oct 2014

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Focus a beam of sound at objects or into your head!

The Soundlazer directional audio project is the continuation of my first and very successful project here on Kickstarter. I developed the Soundlazer “Snap” during my quest to lower the cost of this amazing technology and give backers the opportunity to explore new possibilities in directional audio.

Parametric speakers like the Soundlazer are directional speaker systems. They use ultrasonic carrier waves to transmit audio to listeners in a focused beam of sound that acts like light from a laser. Generally speaking, only the person standing in front of a parametric speaker can hear the audio being transmitted. People to the sides of the directional audio source hear little or no sound.

Soundlazer “Snap” – The Directional Parametric Speaker - [Link]

30 Oct 2014

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Control Electronics quickly and easily with a USB key that runs JavaScript.

It’s a tiny microcontroller board that runs JavaScript, making it easier than ever to control electronics in the real world.

Espruino Pico has everything you need pre-installed. It can be used from virtually any device with a USB port so you can get started in seconds.

Espruino Pico: JavaScript on a USB Stick - [Link]

29 Oct 2014

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Low-cost, high quality reflow oven for surface-mount PCB assembly at home. Get professional results consistently and reliably!

ControLeo2 Reflow Oven - [Link]

17 Oct 2014

ArduinoMicroLink

by elektor.com:

If Arduino is your development platform of choice the tiny self-contained MicroLink board offers some interesting features. At just 50 x 32 mm it contains an ATmega328, an SIM800H quad band GSM module and on-board USB and battery charging capabilities. It has all the peripherals necessary to allow wireless remote control and monitoring and can use any standard 3.7 V LiPo battery for power which is charged when the USB port is connected. The charge state can be checked at any time from a remote location.

The Arduino compatible MicroLink - [Link]

30 Sep 2014

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It’s Like a Shield for your Shields! Makes debugging your Arduino projects super fast! by Guido Bonelli Jr @ kickstarter.com:

Do you love Arduino development BUT dread testing your hardware because there is no easy way to attach things like your meter, oscilloscope or probes?

Well fear not, ArduinoNaut, Dr.Duino™ is here to the rescue!

Dr.Duino – Arduino Debugging tool! - [Link]

17 Sep 2014

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by simsalapim @ instructables.com:

Ever been looking for your keys, and wanted to call them, before you realize that they are hideously analog pieces of metal? Or wanted to let someone into your house when you’re not at home, without having to lend them your keys?

Lockitron was the solution that descended from hardware heaven – a device that fits over the lock on your door and that is controlled via an app. It raised $2.2M on Kickstarter but missed its original shipping deadline by 1.5 years, leaving its backers in a deadlock (pun!). Are you one of them? Stop glaring at your empty mailbox and channel all your frustration into making your own awesome smartphone connected lock – The Bean Lock.

Open source BLE door lock - [Link]



 
 
 

 

 

 

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