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DC/DC Converter Controller Using a PICmicro Micro [Design Idea]


Microchip has a very good Application Note (216) explaining how to properly design and calculate a DC/DC converter circuit using a PIC microcontroller:[...]

Drive a Nokia 5110 84x48 LCD display with Arduino [Project]


A step-by-step guide on how to prototype and drive the all-mighty Nokia 5110 LCD with the Arduino board. The video has clear steps to follow as far as[...]

Using a TV Remote Controller to Control LEDs [Project]


I've worked around TV remote controls myself and i know how fun can this be. This project was submitted to Electronics & Communication Engineering[...]

Autobot Closet Transforms to Workshop [Project]


Its a typical situation - When you turn into a daddy, the home-workshop must turn into the baby's room... Sinzu is in that very same situation and[...]

CNC Pen Plotter from Computer Trash (mainly) and Arduino [Project]


I repair CNC machines every day, so I know myself that making a small-size CNC is just a matter of price alone, not a big deal. But this guy walked the[...]

Shine Bright Like a Diamond DIY Necklace [Project]


Well, frankly speaking, I'm not quite sure how your girlfriend would love to have a flashing ornament hanging from her neck, but that may be just[...]

New Innovative Technology Gives Hope to Paraplegics [Technology]


A spinal injury can lead to paralyzing the limbs and other body parts. This sort of injury breaks the connection of the nerves running through he spine[...]

DIY Flash Light (really, FLASH light) [Project]


A flash light usually makes one think of a flash light or a flashing light. kludge77 uploaded this instructable of a different flash light[...]

Hacking the AirWick Freshmatic - Chopping its Knock-Off Refill Limitation [Hack]


Alan from Hacked Gadgets is back with a new hacked gadget, the AirWick Freshmatic. Alan was very annoyed when he saw in the instructions that this item[...]

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