In a straight fight between a houseplant and a human, you might expect the plant to be at a significant disadvantage. So ...
Egged on by adoring fans who demanded more aircraft videos, [ProjectAir] has decided to break the world record for rubber ...
While the x86 architecture certainly isn’t going away anytime soon, it seems that each year more and more of our computing is ...
We’ve seen a lot of clever re-imagining of the classic 7-segment display, and proving there is still room for something new ...
The airplane that many called “the flying barrel” is also widely considered the ugliest plane ever built. However, [Dark ...
If you are reading the Lightburn forums, you probably already have a laser cutter of some kind.  But, if you are like most of ...
For eons, hacker minded people have looked at various items their pile of stuff, came up with an outlandish idea and thought ...
While we wish colleges and universities competed more on academics, we can’t deny that more people are interested in their athletics programs. Oregon State, however, has done a little of ...
We’ve seen many cyberdecks and home built computers in our time here at Hackaday, but we’ve not seen many so tiny and so ...
In the first article, I’ve given you an overview of Lithium-Ion batteries and cells as building blocks for our projects, and ...
Erosion is all around us, from the meandering course of rivers and other waterways, to the gradual carving out of channels in ...
We’ve seen credit card-sized computers before, but [Kn/vD] shows us a PIC18-based computer with 9 components that is only 2mm thick! With 13K of RAM and 128K of flash, you can’t do ...