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Is this Best ESP32 board? New T-Display S3 ESP32S3

Now that the move is complete and more of my stuff is out of boxes, I look forward to tinkering with electronics again. I finally received new Lily GO T-Display S3 development board. Old version TTGO T-Display is one of my favorite boards. In this video I will show you features of new board, we […]

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Beating 5 Scam Arcade Games with Science

Mark Rober built 5 robots to beat the 5 most popular arcade games.

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A DIY 65816 Computer

This guy built his own SBC with a 65816 processor at it’s core. This week, I decided to do a little show-and-tell on the 65816-based ‘single’ board computer that I’ve been working on on and off for the last three or so years.

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How to Build Your Own Retro Toy Robot

John Kennedy, a retro computer and IoT enthusiast who has a fascination for classic robot toys from the 80s. He’s finally got his hands on the toy he wanted from his youth, but instead of being content there, he’s given it a brain.

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Building the MakerVerse

Jen Schachter joins Adam Savage to talk about what to expect from the MakerVerse panels and workshops at the convention.

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Basic Electronics Part 1

Instructor Joe Gryniuk teaches you everything you wanted to know and more about the Fundamentals of Electricity. From the classrooms of Lake Washington Technical College in Kirkland, Washington.

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How to Build an Automatic Irrigation System with Arduino

In this video learn how to build an automatic irrigation system using Arduino. You can do this simple project for fun, for a science project in your school/college or to impress your grandma by watering her garden without actually watering manually.

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Product Showcase: SparkFun MicroMod Alorium Sno Processor Board

Snō’s FPGA(!) provides a reconfigurable hardware platform that hosts an 8-bit AVR instruction set, compatible with the ATmega328, making Snō fully compatible with the Arduino IDE. Snō SoM has a compact footprint, making it ideal for space-constrained applications and an obvious addition to our MicroMod form factor for prototyping.

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