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Arduino Make Your UNO Kit lets you build your own microcontroller from scratch

If you are interested in learning how to solder and code you may be interested in the launch of a new electronics kit in the form of the Arduino Make Your UNO Kit. Created to enable you to build, code and solder your very own Arduino UNO Micro controller board by mounting every single component. …

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Learn More about Electronics with This Arduino Kit on Sale

If you’ve always wondered what makes your favorite devices tick, then it may be worth getting down and dirty with electronics. The idea of tinkering with circuits and wires is understandably intimidating for beginners, but there are many resources out there that teach you the basics of electricity and physical computing under the guise of fun, hands-on …

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2022 SCI-FI CONTEST: CYBERGLOVE TESTS YOUR REACTIONS

Since the 1980s, we’ve seen innumerable attempts to revolutionize the way we interact with computers. Since the advent of keyboards and mice, we’ve seen everything from magic wands to electric gloves, with [Deemo Chen]’s project fitting into the latter category. The build takes on a cyberpunk aesthetic, with addressable LEDs installed along each digit. The various …

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FLIR ETS320 Thermal Imaging Solution for Electronics Repair

Thermal Imaging Solution for Electronics Testing The FLIR ETS320 is the first true electronic test bench camera, designed for Quick temperature checks on PCB boards and electronic devices. The FLIR ETS320 is sensitive enough to detect subtle temperature differences with an accuracy of ±3°c, so you can quickly find hot spots and potential points of …

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ENGINEERS PRODUCE SMALLEST 3-D TRANSISTOR YET

Process that modifies semiconductor material atom by atom could enable higher-performance electronics. Researchers from MIT and the University of Colorado have fabricated a 3-D transistor that’s less than half the size of today’s smallest commercial models. To do so, they developed a novel microfabrication technique that modifies semiconductor material atom by atom. The inspiration behind the work was to keep up …

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Crazy Circuits: an Open Source Electronics Learning System

The education and home market is flooded with modular electronics ‘learning’ systems designed to teach kids and adults key STEM and STEAM concepts. Products such as LittleBits or Snapcircuits seem to dominate every holiday gift guide or parent blog for educational toys. However, these systems always come with a hefty price tag attached and many …

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