Tell us about yourself!
Rainbow Audio-Reactive Flute
Simple Solar Circuits
Great tips! Thanks
LEDs and Lighting Class
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DIY Lab Bench Power Supply
Fallout Inspired Fusion Cell - Internet Monitor
Nicely explained! I hope to give this a try soon. BTW I grew up with Lightening Bugs too. :-)Thanks.
Automatic Dark Detector Cum Jack-o'-lantern
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Literary Clock Made From E-reader
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7 Band Led Audio Visualizer
Wow! You put in a tremendous amount of work on this. Very very nice Instructable!
ESP32 WiFi Weather Station With a BME280 Sensor
I found it on hackaday.io. Thanks.
Sound Bending Synth
rob_hunt are you supplying it enough power?
Racer1TN I cannot find the raindrops program. Is it somewhere in the exaamples? Thanks.
This box is great fun! I plan to continue to program with this screen. It was nice to play without having to get out my soldering iron.
HackerBox 0036: JumboTron
nthue are you getting an error like this:-----------Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/dj/.arduino15/packages/esp32/tools/esptool/2.3.1/esptool.py", line 34, in <module> import serialImportError: No module named serialexit status 1Error compiling for board DOIT ESP32 DEVKIT V1.----------If so, then you are missing the python serial file. I am running Linux Mint, so the fix was:sudo apt-get remove python-serialsudo apt-get install python-pipsudo pip install pyserial----
Using Linux Mint, in Arduino IDE I had to select Tools/Processor/ATmega328P (Old Bootloader). Using the other selection caused sync errors on upload.
HackerBox 0035: ElectroChemistry
HackerBox 0034: SubGHz
HackerBox 0033: Toys of Summer
HackerBox 0031: the Ether
Versatile Volt, Ampere, and Power Meter
HackerBox 0030: Lightforms
HackerBox 0029: Field Kit
HACKERBOX 0028: JamBox
HackerBox 0027: Cypherpunk
DIY Solar Garage
A fun build! I modified it a bit to use NeoPixels.
Color Mixer With Arduino
HackerBox 0026: BioSense
Great unboxing and explaining! My CJMCU also did not have Blink. But it programmed fine, once I fixed the Linux permission issues.
Loved this HackerBox! Must be just my speed. :-)I enjoyed learning the different ways to use the LEDs and about a Rubber Duckie, which I may look into further later.....Cool knit hat!
Using Linux I could not upload to the LilyTiny until I added a new rules file. I would get an error: "micronucleus: library/micronucleus_lib.c:66: micronucleus_connect: Assertion `res >= 4' failed".Using the fix from "http://digistump.com/wiki/digispark/tutorials/linuxtroubleshooting" I added the file "/etc/udev/rules.d/49-micronucleus.rules" as root. Uploading to the LilyTiny works now.
HackerBox 0025: Flair Ware
Solar USB Charger
HackerBox 0024: Vision Quest
Circuit Displays Internet Data
I thought it was exciting when an email actually came in!
Circuit Triggers Internet Action
Internet of Things Class
Connected Cat Feeder Using a Strain Gauge and an ESP32
HackerBox 0023: Digital Airwaves
The link to python has an extra "." at the end so it gets a 404 Fail.http://python.microbit.org/editor.htmlThis one should work, or manually type it in. :-)
HackerBox 0022: BBC Micro:Bit
And now I am hungry! Nice Instructable.
Took it for a ride yesterday. It worked very well, with just one little hitch. For some reason partway through my trip it appears that I took a very quick detour to India! I think the GPS may have dropped a bit or two. My Long went from -441 to -278, then zipped right back to the correct -441. :-) Actually, my Long should be -81, but for some reason I continually get -360 + -81, so -441. GPS Visualizer seems OK with the -441.
Very nice! I am surprised at the accuracy of the GPS and it's replay. I plan to have a lot more fun using the pieces that I learned on this one. :-)
HackerBoxes 0021: Hacker Tracker
Very nice project. Love the saying.
Well it is done! WooHoo! OK, so a couple of the lights don't work, but the rest does! There were a few challenges with Linux as well as the LEDs, but it's all good.
Perfect! Nice job.
明和自動車 Nice project. I too loved the 100 Yen Shop! So many things to hack. Here in the US we have Dollar stores. Dollar Tree is the best because like the 100 Yen Shop, everything is a dollar! Looking forward to seeing more of your projects.
Ah yes, age. I am with you there. I was very bummed when I saw the SMT video before I knew what else was in this box. I got over it very quickly when I saw the RPiW. I will give the SMT a try, but as is stated above, I will not stress over it.
HackerBoxes 0019: Raspberry WiFi
Great idea! Thank you for using ingenuity instead of a 3-D printer. I will definitely make this. :-)
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