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Assemble Your Own Modular Li-Ion Batteries

Low-voltage DC power electronics are an exciting field right now. Easy access to...

Parametric Hinges with Tinkercad | Hackaday

Simple tools are great, but sometimes it is most convenient to just use...

Atlanta Spent $2.6M to Recover From $52,000 Ransomware Scare

The City of Atlanta spent more than $2.6 million on emergency efforts to respond to a ransomware attack that destabilized municipal operations last...

Detoured: Caltech’s Hackerspace | Hackaday

Over the last few months, the folks over at the SupplyFrame Design Lab, home to...

3000W Unicycle’s Only Limitation Is “Personal Courage”

Electric vehicles are fertile ground for innovation because the availability of suitable motors,...

Tiny Vacuum Chamber Arm to Help with Homemade Semiconductors

wants to make semiconductors at home, and that requires some unusual tools. Chief among...

Teardown: LED Bulb Yields Tiny UPS

Occasionally you run across a product that you just know is simply too good to...

‘Westworld’ Recap, Season 2 Episode 1: No More Heroes

A favorite motif of Westworld is the shattering of its heroes. Bernard isn’t only a thoughtful-yet-murderous host, he’s Arnold! Then there’s gallant, love-struck...

Bargain Bin Barcode Scanner Keeps Track Of Shopping Needs

For most people, a Post-It note or dry-erase board suffices to ensure that...

Augmented Reality Is Transforming Museums

New York’s Museum of Modern Art is under siege. Well, a virtual siege, at least. A group of renegade artists has co-opted the...