Hi guys,It doesn't matter if your lab is in a garage, in an office, in your room or behind the washing machine.It doesn't matter if it is a mess or organized. This topic is to show where you develop…Continue
Hey guys,It doen't matter if you make in your garage, apartment, office or even in the laundry. We are sure that cool stuff is coming from there.So, SHARE them! We really want know about the robot,…Continue
While debates continues about the legality of fire guns in the USA, the authorities remain alert about the unquestionable risks of this kind of "project" making its way to the streets being that it is too violent.
Small quad-copter drones of the type that are now widely used to videotape animals, waves and landscapes, apparently can be…Continue
On the 23rd of July, the Hackaday published an article giving more details about the dispute over the Arduino brand, including the vision of Frederico Musto about this matter. In their dispute, the Chinese (and others) flooded the market with clone boards (legal) and fake boards (illegals) confusing the buyers. But at the same time cheapening the board, which in its genuine version, could be a lot cheaper, democratizing even more the learning and developing of…Continue
With the devices connectivity going foward, questions and concerns about safety pops up. There's no way to to run, or your system will be fated to invasion, like this example where it was possible to hack the system of a Jeep that was in motion, controlling the display, windshield wipers, air conditioning, engine and even the breaks!
It was all staged, of course, by our redoubtable rival, Wired magazine, whose Andy Greenberg knew only…Continue
An international team of researchers has demonstrated for the first time that a single molecule can operate as a field-effect transistor. The team published its results on Nature Physics in the August 2015.
The experiments were performed in Berlin at the Paul-Drude-Institut für Festkörperelektronik (PDI), in collaboration with researchers at the Free University…Continue