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REALLY BIG UPDATE!!!!1111!1 Digital Speedo - YouTube

REALLY BIG UPDATE!!!!1111!1 Digital Speedo - YouTube

DIY New PCB Toner Transfer -- NO Soaking, Just peel off backing - YouTube

DIY New PCB Toner Transfer -- NO Soaking, Just peel off backing - YouTube

ESP8266 GMail sender

Hello and welcome to my first Instructable. I will show you how to send emails from any wifi module using Gmail server.This instructable relies on Arduino.

ESP8266 230V I/O Modul – LUANI

ESP8266 230V I/O Modul – LUANI

How to Use MQTT With the Raspberry Pi and ESP8266 tutorial

In this Instructable, I will explain what the MQTT protocol is and how it is used to communicate between devices.Then, as a practical demonstration, I shall show you.

Convert PY to EXE - YouTube

This video demonstrates how to convert .py to .exe so you can run a python script without python on the host computer using pyinstaller.

This is a guide showing an easy way to set up an LCD touchscreen interface with arduino, or other similar microcontrollers.It's also shameless self-promotion of my...

This is a guide showing an easy way to set up an LCD touchscreen interface with arduino, or other similar microcontrollers.It's also shameless self-promotion of m.

Multi-Room audio with Raspberry Pi, shairport-sync, and squeezelite

Multi-Room audio with Raspberry Pi, shairport-sync, and squeezelite

Raspberry Pi audio player

DIY Audiophile Raspberry Pi Audio Player projects with Volumio. Audiophile distribution for embedded platforms: UDOO, BeagleBone Black, Cubietruck and

Control your world with your Pi without programming

This Instructable shows you how to use a simple affordable extension board named PiFace on top of the Raspberry Pi to control the world around you, without any.

Prior to SketchUp, I just made designs with pencil and paper and a couple of general computer applications that were not intended for furniture design. I felt constrained, and the limitations of the tools were negatively affecting my designs. I wanted to gain the efficiency of a “real design tool” that would allow me to work in three dimensions with a tool set that was purpose-built for detailed illustrations, so I finally made a commitment to learn SketchUp.

Prior to SketchUp, I just made designs with pencil and paper and a couple of general computer applications that were not intended for furniture design. I felt constrained, and the limitations of the tools were negatively affecting my designs. I wanted t