Improve mobility, data acquisition and establish a real-time video feed when flying drones and other unmanned aerial vehicles.
A laser harp using 5V laser diodes and a PocketBeagle. Play musical notes just by waving your hand!
Move, Explore & Gift it forward!
A word clock with two interchangeable 8x8 face designs, an RGB LED matrix, laser cut bamboo dovetailed enclosure and mirror acrylic faces.
Build your own version of Banksy's "Self-Destruct Artwork Frame."
Build a word clock with just two parts. A Wemos D1 Arduino and an 8x8 RGB LED matrix.
"Team Laser" built the dirt-simple app that fires SLAZER, a wearable laser smartstrap accessory for Pebble Time. Lasers! Right?
Laser-cut snowman ornament that blinks and plays music with a custom-made PCB for easy assembly.
A robotic vacuum made to help the elderly. We used Drawing Route for Car on the Office's Map (made by phpoc_man).
Realise your K40 laser's potential with open software for productivity and upgraded hardware for enhanced engraving and cutting quality.
In general, my project is a kind of kinetic art. It has a strong audio amplifier 5W and Arduino board, and both are made from scratch.
Some hints and kinks with using Benbox software with an Eleks Laser Engraver kit (such as from GearBest /Banggood).
A 2-in-1 CNC machine with both a rotary tool and a laser module.
The mechanism of the project depends on the motion of many wires connected with each other...
A 4x4 keypad that uses mechanical switches with individually backlit keys powered by an Arduino Pro Micro.
The work combines art and electronics. The art part makes the skeleton and consists of 11 layers of medium density fiberboard.
This project introduces a functional extruder at a reasonable price, which can be affordable to the fablab community and others.
This alarm clock is an attempt to get our toddler to stay quiet in the morning while we try to continue sleeping.
In this tutorial you'll learn how to use a laser engraver to make your own homemade printed circuit boards (PCBs).
I made this for homeroom as a kind of motivational card and as a way for students to get prizes.
Alternative clock that resembles a Nixie tube.
Create a tiny Tiny85 controller board that drives some NeoPixels and turn it into laser LED light display.
I found a Kickstarter for a product called "FLYTE" and I loved the design. Therefore, I tried making my own!
A quiz buzzer box system using Arduino.