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Single Part Boost Converter Challenge (Completed)

posed an interesting challenge. Create a boost converter that can light a blue LED using a nearly dead battery and one part. Well, we were skeptical until we saw he wasn’t counting an ATtiny processor as a part. 74 more words

ATtiny Hacks

Single Part Boost Converter Challenge (Completed)

posed an interesting challenge. Create a boost converter that can light a blue LED using a nearly dead battery and one part. Well, we were skeptical until we saw he wasn’t counting an ATtiny processor as a part. 168 more words

ATtiny Hacks

TORLO is a Beautiful 3D Printed Clock

What if you could build a clock that displays time in the usual analog format, but with the hands moving around the outside of the dial instead of rotating from a central point? 253 more words

3d Printer Hacks

LED Tail Lights for Improved Motorcycle Visibility

Motorcycles are hard to see at the best of times, so riders are often concerned with making themselves as visible as possible at all times. wanted to do this by creating a custom tail light for his Ducati 749. 71 more words

Transportation Hacks

LED Tail Lights for Improved Motorcycle Visibility

Motorcycles are hard to see at the best of times, so riders are often concerned with making themselves as visible as possible at all times. wanted to do this by… 191 more words

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From Proof of Concept to Prototype

From the Rebooting Electronics blog by Steve Mayze:

From Proof of Concept to Prototype

In the last entry for the Timed LED Lighting Controller, I realised that there are no working examples of an I²C driver for the ATtiny20.

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Musical Toothbrush by Joe Grand

Hackaday wrote about a nifty hack by Joe Grand:

Toothbrush Plays Music That Doesn’t Suck

It’s not too exciting that has a toothbrush that plays music inside your head.

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