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Hacking the Lego EV3: Build Your Own Object Sensor “Eyes”

Although the Lego Mindstorms EV3 kit comes with a variety of cool sensors, wouldn’t it be awesome to build your own custom sensing device? This project will show you how to create your own unique object sensors for your Lego EV3 controller using basic electronic components found in your junk box or purchased from  distributors …

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Hacking Raspberry Pi -E-book

E-Book description: ePUB is an open, industry-standard format for eBooks. However, support of ePUB and its many features varies across reading devices and applications. Use your device or app settings to customize the presentation to your liking. Settings that you can customize often include font, font size, single or double column, landscape or portrait mode, …

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11 Arduino projects that require major hacking skills—or a bit of insanity

Raspberry Pi has received the lion’s share of attention devoted to cheap, single-board computers in the past year. But long before the Pi was a gleam in its creators’ eyes, there was the Arduino. Unveiled in 2005, Arduino boards don’t have the CPU horsepower of a Raspberry Pi. They don’t run a full PC operating …

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