Classic Gadgets Turned into Felt

A variety of iconic items from the past are turned into lovely felted and embroidered items by blublythemonster on Flickr. There's some amazing work here and I'd love to see them all in person. Just so that I could briefly touch them to make sure they're real. Flickr setvia bbgadgets

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Teaser for an upcoming project

The design is near final and it should be ready in mid January.  It's not 100%, but it is close enough to put together a video with - I did three; Teaser 1: Teaser 2: Teaser 3: Anyone guess what it is?

Posted by Gadget Gangster 8 years ago


Got an old 775 intel processor

Hello everyone !  So let me explain myself, I got an old socket 775 intel pentium dual core e5200 processor and I wonder if I could turn it into a usb heater like this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSgW9AMeIjo The only problem is that I can't find out where to solder the USB wires using the datasheet : http://www.intel.com.au/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/datasheets/pentium-dual-core-e6000-e5000-datasheet.pdf So my question is can someone find out where I could solder the wires ?

Posted by jyroman 3 years ago


What's up with the Glovebox Gadget Contest?

So, it has been around two weeks since the winners should have been announced and we are all left in the dark. What is going on? I have never seen this before with other contest.  Here is the link to the contest: https://www.instructables.com/contest/glovebox/

Posted by Zaqq 3 years ago


Clever gadget sock case idea, need advice

I just made my first instructable!!!, which is a clever little play on the quintessential "ipod"/gadget sock case...I have an idea to make the same type of case for something possibly as large as a laptop... Unfortunately, I do not have a sock that wide, nor am i willing to knit my own sock that large.. Any ideas on what sort of available alternative I could use? (I was thinking of cutting up an old hoodie...)Instructable here

Posted by urlostinmyworld 10 years ago


WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE GADGET OR CONTRAPTION THAT MYTHBUSTERS BUILT

From the steam canon to the lead balloon,talk about the gadgets and contraptions the mythbusters built.

Posted by comodore 10 years ago


Go Go Gadget Forums!

I want to be Inspector Gadget for Halloween this year, replete with a bunch of cool Go Go Gadgets. I was wondering if any of you have some ideas or suggestions. What I'm really looking for are plans for exploding messages, extendable hands, and maybe even a hat umbrella or helicopter (non-functional, obviously).

Posted by Aunguna 10 years ago


Gadget Gangster Propeller Platform

The Propeller Platform Module (pictured below) includes an 80Mhz, 160 MIPS Parallax Propeller microcontroller, 32kb of EEPROM with space for a second EEPROM, 5V and 3.3V Voltage Regulators and the pin sockets to add additional Gadget Gangster Platform modules like the LCD UI Module or the Prototyper Module.All Gadget Gangster Platform Modules utilize .1" pin spacing and are breadboard compatible. Here's a little video demonstration of the LCD UI and Propeller Modules: What is the Gadget Gangster Platform?The Gadget Gangster Platform is a lot like the Arduino with a few improvements on the basic idea;-Modules (a.k.a. shields) can be connected to each other on top and bottom. For example, you might have a Propeller module in the middle, an LCD UI on the top, and a prototyper on the bottom. We've got a few initial modules to start, and we'll continue to expand on the selection with more modules and microcontrollers.-Pin spacing is .1". This makes the Platform compatible with breadboards, and it lets you use Platform modules in combination with other project boards.-The board footprint is 3.8" x 2.5", which is the same footprint as ExpressPCB's MiniBoard service. This makes it easier to add your own custom module.-Because they're featured in Jon Williams' Spin Zone column in Nuts and Volts, they're well documented. The Propeller Platform Module will be the basis for many of projects described in his upcoming columns and the LCD UI module will featured in his September '09 column. -Platform Modules are licensed under the MIT license (essentially public domain), giving you the flexibility to use the design in commercial products or anything else without restriction.[/list]I'm super-excited about these new project boards. There's more info on Gadget Gangster but if you have any questions, you can just reply to this thread.

Posted by Gadget Gangster 8 years ago


Infrared transmitter and receiver

I want to make a gadget which sends a few kb of data via infrared and also receives data via infrared with a timestamp. However, I am stuck as I have only used arduinos before and I have to design a circuitboard which I have never done before, with PIC microcontrollers (must be cheap ones). I need help a) choosing a microcontroller and b) assembling all the components into a circuitboard (ir transmitter, receiver, microusb port to transfer data to pc, battery). Gadget will eventually be portable so make everything light. Thanks Khalid

Posted by khabro 5 years ago


iDropper LEDComm Electronics

Has anyone used the iDropper and/or the LEDComm as mentioned in some posts on throwies recently. How does the rfid option work with these things.

Posted by sswcharlie 9 years ago


Are You Charles Yarnold?

I've just watched the first episode of Sky TV's new show, Gadget Geeks.  It's a mixture of review show, trying out real gadgets in semi-real situations, and Maker show (in this episode, they built a portable bullet-time camera rig, turned an electric tricycle into a monster truck, and made a toothbrush into a sander. This last might sound familiar, and I think there'll be a few more Instructables seen on the show, but I think there's good reason. It was only a passing moment, which I had to pause to take this photo (with my iPod - my proper camera has flat batteries).  On the lid of Charles Yarnold's laptop, for all to see, is an Instructables sticker! Are you Charles Yarnold?  Do you know him?  Did you give or send him the sticker? Did you meet this man at the Newcastle Maker Faire? The community needs to know!

Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago


Excellent Forum, Glad I Joined

I just recently joined as a Pro member, but I've received a lot out of Instructables over the years. The last "prank" instructable that I participated in were those cell phone zappers. I don't know what kind of experience or success rate other members had with this, but I just wanted to die laughing at times when in stores, doctors offices, etc..., and someone would either call or receive a call, and 'ye olde zapper' went into action, and I'd estimate a good 90+% of the time, the call was terminated very shortly because of a dropped [or loss of] signal. My unit was rigged  up in a book, so it was really drew no attention.

Posted by eagleshadow 8 years ago


Ziphius, the aquatic drone

Hello everyone, Ziphius is an aquatic drone controlled by your smartphone or tablet. Although we are still in stage of development, we already have a fully functional prototype. This prototype has a Pi and Arduino inside. Right now, we are using Unity for the games development. It will be available to both Android and iOS. If you're interested, check our video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDlNh2fgUpo Your feedback is very important for us, specially now that we have been selected to be one of the semi-finalists on the Insert Coin competition, organized by Engadget. engadget (dot) com/2013/02/15/insert-coin-new-challengers/ Thank you.

Posted by Roaz 5 years ago


MAKE's Gadget Freak Design Contest

MAKE has just launched its Gadget Freak Design Contest. Design a gadget and enter the contest to win $1,000 and have the kit for it sold in the Maker Market. Second and third prizes are $500 and $100. Calling all gadget freaks!

Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago


Neat Gadget

I just made an 'ible for a really neat gadget, the mini grapple gun, check it out

Posted by evilkidjr 9 years ago


Cool Gadget

This might be old news but I've just found this and thought it was a very nice thing .http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/features/this-gadget-rocks-the-worlds-newest-musical-instrument-791234.html

Posted by FriendOfHumanity 9 years ago


How could i produce fake steam/smoke effects for a steampunk costume?

I am in the process of making a steampunk/mech themed costume for an upcoming comicon. As the centerpiece for the costume i am trying to make a literal chimney tophat which i would like to emit steam or smoke or something similar in appearance from its open top. I need some kind of gadget or means to produce the desired effect that can be fixed inside the body of the hat. It needs to work in a safe manner and be compact and lightweight enough to wear inside the cylindrical part of the chimney hat just above my head. As a back up, in case i cant find a solution to the above problem in time, im intending to hack a bubble gun and use that for a stream of bubbles but i would prefer to have a means of producing a relatively convincing stream of fake steam/smoke. Any ideas are appreciated thanks... P.S. im not sure if this should be posted here or perhaps in 'science' so apologies if i posted in the wrong area

Posted by ambientvoid 6 years ago


Inateck Contest For Giveaways : Grab the chance in the last week !!

Just want to share with you this contest activity. Inateck launched this activity as a reward  for fans’ support and participation. They totally listed 5 free newly-launched products as the following : Prizes: 1. 1 X Inateck HB5001 4-Port USB 3.0 + 1-Port Charging Hub 2. 1 X Inateck KT4004 4-Port USB 3.0 PCI-E Express Card For MAC Pro 3. 1 X Inateck FE2003 USB 3.0 Superspeed HDD External Enclosure 4. 1 X Inateck FD1003 USB 3.0 HDD Docking Station 5. 1 X Inateck Kindle Paperwhite Cover Ends on 08/04/2014 11:00 am CEST (Tue.) Terms and rules please refer to this link : https://www.facebook.com/inateckofficial/posts/479331545505114 Wish to be a luck guy with you !

Posted by andersonlono 4 years ago


Gadget Category

I was wondering, Why isn't there a 'Gadget' catergory for Instructables? you reasons will be much appreciated.

Posted by Tom Buckey 8 years ago


How to make gadgets ?

I want to know how to make gadgets like iphone (touch screen things), mobiles like nokia nseries, etc. Which course i need to study to make gadget's (especially touch screen tech's) hardware and software ?, I saw Chinese people make duplicate ipod's mp4 players..etc including hardware and software. how do they do it ?

Posted by milans 10 years ago


Has anyone made a gadget or machine to seal drinking straws in bulk.

Hi. my names ziyaad and i am from south africa.i recently started making a pixie stick, honey stix type candy in south africa.but i am having one problem which is sealing the straws in bulk.have no time to seal few at a time.need to seal like 2000 an hour.any ideas or help in this would be highly appreciated?

Posted by mzminty 5 years ago


Question about converting a 9v Battery Gadget to AA's.

Hi. I have a Boss DS-2 distortion pedal, but my problem is, it drains the 9 volt batteries like a semi-trailer. So I basically wanted to convert it to AA batteries. Technically speaking, I'll need 6 AA's to make 9volts, but 9 volt batteries have a different current don't they, or will that not matter in this application. I'd also like to insert an on/off switch because it drives me crazy that the only way to remove it, is by pulling out the 'input' cord (guitar to pedal). Please respond if you know the answer.

Posted by Noodle93 10 years ago


iPhone 3G - Anyone getting one??

The new iPhone was released yesterday and is available for purchase on July 11th, is anyone here going to get one or considering getting one?? This one is alot cheaper so im going to take the plunge and buy one :D

Posted by =SMART= 10 years ago


what gadget is the best

At my work place this topic has been talked about so i wanted to see if any of you thought that this gadget is best so please tell me witch one is best

Posted by disco diva 11 years ago


Miniature chainsaw, mortar and ping pong blower

(a few tiny ideas) Basically a toy chainsaw that can cut through paper. Using hobby-R/C-like parts such as those tiny light motors would be a start. Reduced size, like a cellphone at most, mountable on a figurine soldier would be great. The miniature mortar should throw marbles on "mortar trajectories", you should be able to set the angle of the launch and (optionally) somehow the speed, though this wouldn't be necessary if the angle part is done well and the power is relatively constant at all shots. For ease it should be built only for angles above 45 degrees and the angle slider (or whatever the solution) should have marks (ticks) such that a user can remember and even create tables if he so wishes, in his war against coffee cups. Simplest solutions of "powering" would be rubber bands or coils from broken toys. A ping pong blower would be a tiny but strong fan (brushless outrunner motor) that keeps a ping pong ball "levitating" in mid-air straight up, but most excitingly even blown under an angle too. This wouldn't be a problem (physics takes care of it alone) just that the mount of the fan (ducted or not) should be operated and tilted as needed. This "levitron" would be a nice display on the desk running as long there's juice in the battery or else. Sorry if I'm not posting in the right place, these are just some ideas i'd love to build but i'm too clumsy and lazy :( Though my source of inspiration is the variety of USB gadgets commercially available, i'd like these to be more "free" and simpler if possible.

Posted by screwgravity 10 years ago


Youtube-How to squize these gadgets into Videos

I am A Youtuber and I have been lately contemplating about how to use these gadgets in video. Not those how to videos but, comedy movies like Smosh. so if you have an idea or have please comment or continue the forum.

Posted by Undergroundoga 10 years ago


Some rather cool gadgets I came across while looking for something else....

Here is a link to a listing of really Cool Gadgets and such... And what is up with this ? Newtonian Fluid ? I think I want one of these chairs :-) As well as the Sun visor @ mp3/.TV/.DvD listed there. Items like the Rubik's Cube for the blind are cool too. There is even an RC camera car and matching virtual headset combo :-)

Posted by Goodhart 10 years ago


Gadget Gangster Father's Day Contest Winners

We've announced the winners of the Father's Day Contest - the challenge was to build an electronics project to help Dad around the house. The 1st place project is awesome!See the winning projectsThought I'd pass it along - a lot of the projects have the sourcecode available, and a few have instructables up, too.

Posted by Gadget Gangster 9 years ago


Gadget Graveyard

Ever wonder where your recycled electronics go? From Wired:"Pictured here is the "demanufacturing" center of the company's [Sims Recycling Solutions] Roseville, California facility, where workers disassemble everything from printers, cameras and computers to Jumbotrons for their reusable materials. The facility receives roughly 150,000 pounds of used electronics a day."Wired Article.How to recycle old electronics.

Posted by drinkmorecoffee 9 years ago


Citations

How do you cite the page. It doesn't say webmaster's name.

Posted by Gadget Master 10 years ago


How to make a "Yes" "No" gadget

Okay i'm looking to make a gadget so that pressing a red button makes it say "No" and pressing a green button makes it say "Yes". How would I go about making such a thing??? I'm presuming i'll need momentary switches of some kind. Thanks for any help :) Note: this is for a guy who is autistic and won't speak. It will enable him to be able to have an opinion by just pressing the button

Posted by RosJordan 5 years ago


Ground Penetrating Gadget

Hello, out there, I would like to find how to build a ground penetrating gadget. I think there are a lot of 'us' would like to have something that can 'peek' underneath the surface of the ground, not necessary very deep. For example, such a gadget that can help fossil hunting tremandously. And it does NOT have to go all the way to Ground Penetrating Radar. As long as it can detect the differences between the matrix and interested object up to say 50 cm in depth, it will be good enough. And it doesn't matter what physical principle is used: GPR, ultrasound, electrical resistance or capacitance, ... (whatever). What I have in mind in such gadget would be tied to one of the shoes (so, it must be very light weight), using wifi to transmit the signal to iPad/iPhone so that the user can just walk and know the place to dig. Any help or comment will be greatly appreciated.

Posted by DinoDragon 6 years ago


Inspector gadget heli-hat

Hey all, So this year I am going as Inspector Gadget for Halloween and wanted to do my best to have a couple functioning gizmos. The piece I'm focusing on for now is the trademark helicopter that comes out of his hat. I just want the blades to move. Preferably it would be something with an on/off switch (I'm thinking a toggle with strings or something that lead down the handles). Unfortunately I have little small motor experience and I don't know where to start. I know this wouldn't be a very difficult thing for a seasoned person, so I was hoping to get a little direction. Thanks a bunch!

Posted by TheUnholyTaco 6 years ago


Adding Reference

Hi, I went through this article https://www.instructables.com/id/Accelerometer-Gyro-Tutorial/ and it really helped me to write my thesis. Can I please know the author’s name who is mentioned as Gadget Gangster. Thank u __ Regards, Dilshan

Posted by ChamiraW 1 year ago


Green Gadgets Design Competition Winners

Core77's Greener Gadgets Design Competition wrapped up last Friday and the first prize went to a couple of friends of ours, Limor Fried from Adafruit Industries and Phillip Torrone from MAKE magazine! Their winning entry was the Tweet-a-Watt, A twittering power meter. Their prize was $3,000 which they donated to Engineers without Borders. Congratulations!To make the whole event even cooler, one of the three judges was Instructables co-founder Saul Griffith.It was a roller-coaster ride of a panel discussion at the Live Greener Gadgets Design Competition Judging at the close of Friday's Greener Gadgets Conference in New York City. After a 10-minute overview of some of the notable entries by moderator Allan Chochinov from Core77, the judges--Jeff Kapec of Tanaka Kapec Design Group, Jill Fehrenbacher of Inhabitat, and Saul Griffith of Makani Power--toured the audience through 13 of their favorite projects before deliberating to get things down to the Top 3 (In pre-judging sessions, they were unable to decide on a set of TOP 10). It was a difficult journey, with the audience ultimately chiming in with shout outs, criticisms, defenses, philosophical meanderings, and all the good stuff you would expect from a wonderful, engaged audience. Link

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


Gadget Trak 3 released

I'm not one to promote or advocate a lot of products but this is pretty cool. I even know of one person who got their iPhone back after it was stolen. It's not cheap but it seems to work, catch criminals and it's still cheaper than the replacement cost of getting new stuff. I haven't checked yet but I'm guessing it'd also get you a break on your insurance if you insure your gear. Might be enough to pay for the service.  www.gadgettrak.com/

Posted by Culturespy 7 years ago


Last Call: Core77 Greener Gadgets Competition

Final reminder: the deadline for the Core77 Greener Gadgets Competition is coming up on the 15th!It's a great match with our Green Year 2009 theme, and run by the awesome folks at Core 77. Note that there's nothing to stop you from entering your Green Gadgets winning design into some of our later Green contests on Instructables, and vice versa. This is your last week to submit your designs, so get cracking!Official blurb:In association with CEA, Core77 is proud to announce the launch of this year's Greener Gadgets Design Competition 2009, challenging designers to create the next generation of greener gadgets. Once again, finalists will be JUDGED LIVE at the Greener Gadgets Conference, this year slated for February 27th in New York City. Prize money is $3000 for 1st Place, $1000 each for 2nd and 3rd Places.We were thrilled with the response from last year's competition, and in addition to the prize money, winners, finalists, and several notables received an incredible amount of press from magazines and websites around the world. Since this year's competition will also incorporate public online voting during the 2-week period before the conference, top designs will be receive unprecedented media attention. This is an amazing chance to use design to contribute positively, and to show the potential of sustainable design practice, so we encourage all designers to get in the game!Deadline is January 15th, 2009. Here's what you need to get started:OverviewThis year's Greener Gadgets Conference will take place on February 27, 2009 in New York City. (http://www.greenergadgets.com). As part of the event, Greener Gadgets has once again partnered with Core77 to generate outstanding design innovations for greener electronics. This design competition challenges established design firms, emerging designers, and design students to come up with new and innovative solutions to address the issues of energy, carbon footprint, health and toxicity, new materials, product lifecycle, and social development. The top 50 entries will be published on the web for voting and commenting, and top finalists will be showcased live at the Greener Gadgets Conference for judging by an expert panel. Awards will be given out at the end of the conference program, and winners will be showcased on Core77.com, GreenerGadgets.com, CE.org, and Inhabitat.com.Design BriefWe invite designers to explore the concept of "Greener Gadgets." Designs should seek to minimize the environmental impact of consumer electronic devices at any stage in the product lifecycle. Areas of sustainability to consider include:1. Energy2. Materials / Lifecycle / Recycling3. Social & Educational DevelopmentParticipants are encouraged to consider their designs as part of the entire product ecosystem, and should think as holistically as possible. Designers may choose to focus their entries on a particular area of human enterprise (learning, playing, communicating, etc.), or a particular context (work, home, school, etc.), a particular material, or a specific device. Entries may also seek to create new paradigms for products and services.Ultimately, we are looking for "great gadgets" of the greener kind.All rules, registration and schedule at the site. URL: http://www.core77.com/greenergadgets/

Posted by canida 9 years ago


Techno-Wearables - Steampunk Handmade Reconstructed Mechanisms

Http://edmdesigns.etsy.comMy creations have been recently featured on with an interview on Wired (gadget lab and Geek dad sections) and notably featured on Boing Boing.Super fantastic for Father's Day and Grads without lining the pockets of corporate mkfgrs- paying homage to the Handmade Arts - People eat this stuff up and always so excited when someone (blogger, editor, reviewer) with an esteemed reputation guides them to cool, sincere places to get these style of items. http://edmdesigns.etsy.comWired Article: http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2008/05/inside-the-mind.htmlBoing Boing Article: http://www.boingboing.net/2008/04/13/clocky-steamy-jewelr.html

Posted by kitanah 10 years ago


Infinite LED Tunnel, DIY Glow Stick, Go Go Gadget Copter

Infinite LED Tunnel DIY Glow Stick Go Go Gadget Copter Organize with Library Furniture Security Camera Lamp One Leg Therapy Stool Soda Can Tinwork Genie on a Flying Carpet Duct Tape Hammock Muppet Animal Costume A Week Without Stuff Endless Rain Wheel Amazing Evil Clown Cake Repair a Telephoto Lens Instructables.com - 82 2nd St. - San Francisco, CA

Posted by randofo 7 years ago


Invisible LINUX ?

"To Jim Zemlin you need no longer care about your operating system." Full story here... "You don't buy an operating system. You buy a gadget that runs a program. The gadget and its software are one unit. I call this Invisible Linux." - Posted by Dana Blankenhorn @ 2:57 am

Posted by Goodhart 9 years ago


USB Power(ed)

I'm obsessed with USB powered gadgets, but i'm not sure what the USB current limitations are, I know that the power output is about 5v,  but i dont know if i can attach gadgets that uses less or more voltaje, so I was wondering if anyone here can give a piece of advice about what can or cant I do with usb power.

Posted by patotec 6 years ago


Star Trek Funeral

Go out in (some kind of) style in a Star Trek casket / coffin, or have your dust gather dust in a Star Trek urn Should have been out already, but not yet (via Gadgets for God at Ship of Fools) L Ashes to ashes, funk to funky, planet earth is blue and there's nothing I can Doohan

Posted by lemonie 9 years ago


Bluetooth gadget

Hi gadgeteers :) I know what I want and I know how I want it to work. I have seen on here and other sites circuits and projects that almost do what I want, but the they are too complex. Basically I want a keyless vehicle ignition using bluetooth. What it needs to do: When my mobile moves into range it will turn on (and stay on). When my mobile moves out of range it will turn off. It needs to run from vehicle power or recharge itself from it. It specifically does not require an app on the subject device. I normally keep my bluetooth turned off, so it would actually be when it is turned on or off.

Posted by iphillips3 5 years ago


help me

How can you increase a bluetooth module range(hc 05)???i know it range around 10m.I want it to be 50m because i need it for a rc plane project.

Posted by Alexander heron the inventor 1 year ago


138 Years of Quirky Inventions

Amusing. www.popsci.com/gadgets/gallery/2010-05/archive-gallery-138-years-great-inventions

Posted by lemonie 8 years ago


Help needed: electronic light/sound gadget

Hi guys, I'm hoping someone can help direct a complete newbie. I'm a magician trying to build a gadget that looks like a steampunky-science-device. I'm working on a routine like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTikFSOBIA8 If you go to the 09:00 mark you'll see it in action. I bought the instructional DVD from the man in the video which supposedly includes instructions on making the gadget, but although he explains the flash-paper-ignition part clearly he doesn't even touch on how to make the lights and sound. I'm fine with woodworking, soldering etc. but I have no clue what pieces I need to buy to make flashing lights, squeally squawky adjustable sounds etc. If anyone can tell me what parts I need and how to string them together, or where to go to find suitable instructions, I'd be very grateful.

Posted by MalcolmR15 1 year ago


How Google Translate works

Read this article: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/features/how-google-translate-works-2353594.html Isn't AWESOME?

Posted by rimar2000 6 years ago


audio spotlight?

Any one know how to make one of those sound from ultra sound gadgets? I saw an instructable for a kit once but I can't find it. thanks in advance!

Posted by clasic_traveller_diehard 9 years ago


Design a Green Gadget and Win Some Cash

Want to make the world a little greener and be rewarded for it? The folks at core77 are running a contest called the Greener Gadgets Design Competition. They're asking people to submit ideas that reduce environmental impact of consumer electrical devices.Three of the areas they want designers to consider are:1. Energy2. Materials / Lifecycle / Recycling3. Social & educational developmentThe contest sounds like a good one with the first prize winner taking home $2,500 and two runners up winning $1,000 each.Each entry needs three images and a 500 word description. The set of images must tell the story of the design at three scales:- one image showing context- one image showing object- one image showing details, exploded view, etc.You have to get the design in by January 27th 11:59pm EST. Try it! link

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Looking for Arduino gadget reviewers

Hi gang, DealExtreme here. A lot of you shop us for parts and pieces for your projects and we love to see everything you create. Right now, we are looking for one of more folks to do reviews on Arduino compatible stuff that we can supply. Any mad geniuses out there interested? We have greatly expanded our arduino stuff recently so we want to get the word out. If anyone is interested, please PM me for details.. Thanks! ~J

Posted by GadgetNut 5 years ago