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Alcohol breath tester with Arduino
posted December 19 2010 15:25.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Daniel Andrade probably got some tickets for drinking and driving, so he decided to make a breath analyzer to check for alcohol. The basic component of this project is the alcohol...

[Link: daniel andrade]
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Tags: electronic project   chemistry   microcontroller   auto/moto   arduino   sensors   health & nature   



Vehicle road-trains: The SARTE project drives is close
posted December 14 2010 6:21.57 by Giorgos Lazaridis




What is the SARTE project? Suppose that you are on the highway and your car is equipped with the SARTE system. Then, you find a SARTE lead truck in front of you, running at 90 mph...

[Via: gizmag]    [Link: SARTE project]
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Tags: auto/moto   remote control (RC)   commercial   research   inventions   wireless   articles   environment   autonomous   health & nature   green   science   








Arduino Vehicle Data Logger
posted December 9 2010 6:16.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Youtube user bigdinotech had posted this July an interesting video with his project. He designed a data logger, which captures data from the OBD (On Board Diagnostics) connector...

[Link: bigdinotech]
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Tags: electronic project   microcontroller   auto/moto   arduino   accelerometer   avr   



Vintage car radio receiver plays MP3
posted December 8 2010 17:16.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis




User nali posted this mod in the the amc forum. He wanted to play MP3 on a vintage car radio, because he did not want to spent $$$. So, he got a normal jack socket with mechanical...

[Link: theamcforum]
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Tags: crazy hack   diy   music   auto/moto   fm/am   



Spybot with portable control station and night vision
posted December 7 2010 18:17.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Brad from lucid science sent me another creation, the remote spybot. This green beetle is based on the chassis of a 4x4 RC car. He kept also...

[Link: lucidscience]
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Tags: electronic project   robot   rc servo   auto/moto   remote control (RC)   wireless   monitor   








Steam-powered record player
posted November 30 2010 15:34.38 by Giorgos Lazaridis




If someone begins a sentence with "steam-powered..." and you're supposed to end it, would you end it like "...train" or "...record player"???...

[Link: Asciimation]
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Tags: crazy hack   physics   diy   music   auto/moto   mechanical   



How Speed Radars Work
posted November 29 2010 10:29.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Jeri is making her own TSA body scanner. To do so, she had to provide herself a microwave transmitter and receiver. She discovered that she could get one really cheap...

[Link: jeriellsworth]
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Tags: research   auto/moto   physics   microwave   



2x4x4 RGB sequencer Bicycle Back-Light
posted November 24 2010 6:13.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is not a conventional bicycle signaling light as we all know. Instead, it has two 4x4 RGB LED matrices! The maker used the ATmega168...

[Link: My 2µF]
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Tags: electronic project   led   microcontroller   battery   avr   auto/moto   








Digital Car Indicators
posted November 22 2010 10:47.07 by Giorgos Lazaridis




User ah2002 posted an interesting car mod instructable. He used two old projects he had made, the LED Speedometer controlled with a stepper motor and an LED RPM gauge...

[Link: instructables]
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Tags: electronic project   auto/moto   mods   

















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