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This week on Maker Update: Smokin' cosplay, a password ring, secret messages, a PCB starship, 3D Printed Furniture, Project Egress, and Happy Birthday Hackaday!
Light Theremin - The rapid switching on and off of this “astable oscillator circuit” generates sound — buzzes and tones of different frequencies.
One of the things I've noticed about home security systems is how expensive they are!
Welcome to the 2019 Guide to Boards!
Who is ready for another piece of pi?
This tutorial will cover how to get started with FreeRTOS that comes with STM32CubeIDE.
The STM32 line of microcontrollers are based on the ARM Cortex-M series. We examine the naming convention of the STM32 family, how they work together, and how to program them. Specifically, we will use STMicroelectronics’ STM32CubeIDE to create a simple blink program for an STM32 Nucleo board.
Projects with Bluetooth allow for increased flexibility and connectivity with a wide array of options, projects, and features.
Learn how to build an H-bridge to control a DC brushed motor.
On this STM32 video, we’re going to introduce FreeRTOS and show how to run multiple threads using the CMSIS-RTOS interface.
When you see that the “S” is missing from IoT, that is because there is a large amount security missing from modern day internet connected devices.
This guide will show how to set up the Wi-Fi on the Raspberry Pi 4 B, 3 B, and 3 B+ via the graphical user interface (GUI) and command line(CLI), how to connect a Bluetooth keyboard and also a Bluetooth speaker to play audio.
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