When I first started this blog it was designed as a repository of thoughts as I read though, and complete the projects within, The Maker's Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse. I purchased the book because I was excited to use
Back in September 2016, inspired a bunch of cool looking projects I found on Instructables, along with access to a laser cutter, and some stock art, I decided to fully embrace this whole maker thing by making a project of
When we last left our handsome hero he was securing the perimeter using a PIR sensor and an Arduino. The rig was designed to raise an alarm via a piezo buzzer when the sensor detected movement. With the ability to
A couple of months ago I got really excited when I saw that Adafruit had launched a curated box of products suitable for anyone that's part of the maker scene. The AdaBox follows the same concept as something like Loot
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