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Oct 15, 2021

Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys chew the fat over the coolest of hacks. It's hard to beat two fascinating old-tech demonstraters; one is a mechanical computer for accurate cheese apportionment, the other an ADC built from logic chips. We gawk two very different uses of propeller-based vehicles; one...


Oct 8, 2021

Hackaday editors Tom Nardi and Elliot Williams bring you up to speed on the most interesting stories of the week. Hackaday's Remoticon and Germany's Chaos Communication Congress are virtual again this year, but the Vintage Computer Festival will be live. We'll also talk about ocean-going drones, the recreation of...


Oct 1, 2021

Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys peruse the great hardware hacks of the past week. There's a robot walker platform that wirelessly offloads motor control planning to a computer. We take a look at automating your fishing boat with a trolling motor upgrade, building the hoover dam in your back yard, and...


Sep 24, 2021

Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams marvel at a week packed full of great hardware hacks. Do you think the engineers who built the earliest home computers knew that their work would be dissected decades later for conference talks full of people hungry to learn the secret sauce? The only thing better...


Sep 17, 2021

Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys look back on a great week of hardware hacking. What a time to be alive when you can use open source tools to decode signals from a probe that has long since left our solar system! We admire two dirt-cheap builds, one to measure current draw in mains power, another to mill...