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MUDITA PURE PHONE, HELPS YOU MEDITATE AND AVOID DISTRACTIONS

Smartphones are pivotal to our day to day activities. They help us in many ways, but too often they become a time-consuming burden we carry with us all the time. Due to this, Mudita addressed this problem, through designing Mudita Pure phone. The Mudita Pure phone has a minimalist design for simple living. The company says: Designing Mudita Pure was …

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Save 20% on this DIY robot dog to keep the kids busy this summer

If you want your kids to get off of their tablets and phones this summer, you need something exciting to spark their interest. And what’s cooler than a robot dog you can build and code yourself? The previously featured Petoi Bittle is a DIY kit that allows you to create your own open-source bionic robot dog(opens in a …

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Sensors in Phone and Arduino Serial Communication

Sensors are one of the crucial things when it comes to building projects/robots. Many a times the sensor might be not available locally or it might take too long to ship. Smart phone have most of the basic sensors like proximity, accelerometer, light, magnetometer, gyroscope, etc. embedded and we can in fact use these sensors …

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HDD VENDING MACHINE WORKS LIKE A VENDING MACHINE SHOULD

The concept of vending machines in hackerspaces is nothing new, but [iooner] took it a step further – as hackers ought to. Putting HDDs into the rotating spring of a repurposed vending machine, right where you’d expect to see a Granola bar, isn’t revolutionary – but we don’t remember anybody doing it before this. And, with how …

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DIAL A FOR ARDUINO

A lot of phrases surrounding phones don’t make sense anymore. With a modern cellphone, you don’t really “hang up” and there’s certainly no “dial” to be had. However, with [jakeofalltrades’] project, you can read an old-fashioned phone dial using an Arduino. The idea behind a phone dial is actually pretty simple. When you pull the dial back …

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