Arduino Hacks

Hello 3D Printed Dolly

Hello 3D Printed Dolly

[Ivan] likes to take time lapse videos. Using his 3D printer and a stepper motor he fashioned a rig that allows him to control the camera moving any direction on a smooth floor. The dolly has a tripod-compatible mounting plate and scooter wheels. An Arduino runs the thing and a […]

Cellular Automata Explorer

Cellular Automata Explorer

  Well all know cellular automata from Conway’s Game of Life which simulates cellular evolution using rules based on the state of all eight adjacent cells. [Gavin] has been having fun playing with elementary cellular automata in his spare time. Unlike Conway’s Game, elementary automata uses just the left and […]

Electronic Message In a Bottle

Electronic Message In a Bottle

  We remember going to grandfather’s garage. There he would be, his tobacco pipe clenched between his teeth, wisps of smoke trailing into the air around him as he focused, bent over another of his creations. Inside of a simple glass bottle was something impossible. Carefully, ever so carefully, he […]

Hackaday Prize Entry: LipSync, Smartphone Access For Quadriplegic People

Hackaday Prize Entry: LipSync, Smartphone Access For Quadriplegic People

For most of us, our touch-screen smartphones have become an indispensable accessory. Without thinking we tap and swipe our way through our digital existence, the promise of ubiquitous truly portable computing has finally been delivered. Smartphones present a problem though to some people with physical impairments. A touchscreen requires manual […]