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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by Steven Smethurst tagged project

I have created what I think may be the most beautiful Settlers board on the planet, and I don't want to keep it to myself.  This board is a joy to work on just as much as it is a joy to play on, so I want to make a bunch of them and let other people enjoy them as much as I do.

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Polycase has over 1400 styles, sizes, and colors of plastic electronic enclosures for your project!

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Six-legged locomotion is a simple, robust system of walking that is very popular both in the animal kingdom and among robotics hobbyists. Robot hexapods range from simple one-motor toys to advanced platforms with 18 or more servos. This tutorial shows you how to build a very simple autonomous hexapod robot using just three servos. The 2"-high hexapod is capable of walking forward and backward, and can turn left and right. Two forward-looking distance sensors provide obstacle avoidance. The brain of the hexapod is the Pololu Micro Maestro, a 6-servo controller that can read inputs and play motion sequences in a stored script.

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ClockingIT is a free hosted application,
keeping track of all your
tasks and the time you
spend on them.

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Inspired by the d12 and d20 bags at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories (thanks, Olivia!), I decided to try my hand at making dice bags that look like dice. Genius!

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Visualizing Sensor Data With the Arduino using Processing and an Infrared Distance Sensor. This article was submitted by Cory Barton as part of the uCHobby giveaway program. Cory shows us how to combine the Arduino, sensors, and the Processing environment to visualize real world sensor measurements.

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Hundreds of people are flocking each night for a close-up look at Richard Box' artistic display of 1301 fluorescent bulbs that are lit by the overhead high-power lines -- just from the ambient energy surrounding the lines. The display, called "Field," whi

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Build Your Own TeRK Robot With Our Robot Recipes

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display a working clock on the surface of a CRT tube as used in most oscilloscopes. It's not easy to find large numbers of identical CRT tubes, so I only made a kit that provides the x-y signals. You can connect this kit to any oscilloscope that supports

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