Laura Kampf made this cool looking plywood chair with a storage space for books. She says she’ll upload plans for making one of your own soon.
If you like videos of people making things, I highly recommend Laura’s YouTube channel. She makes a new thing every week, such as a cargo bike, a bike trailer for her dog, and a solar food dehydrator. I don’t know how she does it!
The Raspberry Pi Foundation recently introduced a low-cost 7-inch touchscreen display for the Pi (compatible with all models expect the Pi 1). It’s a great display for retro-games and other projects. Here’s a quick review from ETA Prime.
In case you don’t know, HackSpace is a terrific monthly maker magazine from the U.K. Published by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, HackSpace includes articles by bunnie huang, Andrew Lewis, Marc de Vinck, Sophy Wong, Bob Knetzger, and many other authors you many recognize from the pages of Make: magazine and other domains of the maker […]
My daughter loves the flip sequin shirts that are all the rage for kids these days. Ekaggrat Singh Kalsi’s daughter digs them too and she inspired his fantastic Sequino clock that “writes and rewrites” the time by flipping the sequins. Kalsi posted his build notes over at Hackaday. Sequino: A Clock Which Rewrites Time Again […]
There’s a school of thought that change and innovation is always inevitable in software programming. By that logic, a coding language like Java, which has been a backbone of the discipline since the 1990s, would be poised to give way to Python or Ruby or one of the host of newer, flashier programming languages currently […]
We’ve all seen the news stories for weeks. And they’re frightening. Whenever a mysterious ailment like the coronavirus springs to life, it inevitably triggers a wave of global concern over the state of public safety. But while the coronavirus doesn’t appear to be an airborne condition (although it’s not impossible), there are literally still thousands […]
The world just isn’t made for lefties. From baseball gloves to can openers to credit card readers with slots on the right side, the 10 percent of the planet with a dominant left hand long ago realized they’re trapped in a world crafted by the other 90 percent. Among all those indignities, there may be […]