Let's Make Robots!
Using artificial intelligence to identify a disease by its symptoms
Update March 15, 2015: My medical tricorder project is now a Hackaday Prize 2015 entry 1. Introduction Read more
Tells me when someone is standing in my doorway
One of the drawbacks of working in a University Institute is the noise.  Student researchers have to talk with Primary Investigators and Co-PI's, printers hum and … Read more
Quick and simple tester for LIPO voltages
This was a quickie project for checking LIPO voltages before parallel charging and can also check individual cell voltages of multi-cell batteries or anything using … Read more
Sense light levels
This is my first project so it may not be very impressive. This  costed arpund $10 to build however I am in the UK... What the project does: if the light level is … Read more
Was in home for a one day holiday. Decided to do something. Was pretty simple to make, with ATMEGA by my side. Video quality isn't so good bcoz i am in a hurry, and … Read more
supports bots while not in use
as it says on the tin, this two piece stand with a loo roll for the height. Read more
Self-diagnoses medical conditions
While the world encounters more and more Ebola cases, the human kind seems to be more than ever in need of a medical tricorder, known from the science fiction TV … Read more
Transmit your own voice and WAV's on any FM frequency
Title and video pretty much says it all... Raspberry Pi based, Python scripted. Read more
Its LARPing Laser Tag melee madness. Annihilate your friends!
For the past few months I've been working all hours in my lair building this game. If I haven't been around much, this is the why. I just launched this project on … Read more
gyro wheel toy plays itself
New video using smoothing routine(linear) and my bicycle speedometer reed switch. Using the smoothing routine only on the downstroke. Much smoother operation … Read more
I thought it was time to tell a little about the application I'm working on these days. Though very far from finished, it's starting to look like something bit by … Read more
Exercises gyro wheel toy so I don't have to.
9-17-2014 - This is version 1 of my project to automate a gyro wheel toy. I really wanted to use reed switches but didn't have any available so created my own … Read more
Makes a loud, piercing noise!
If anyone would like a look, I've posted a 3D printed loud noisemaker on Instructables and Thingiverse -  The Orange Screamer -  which is proving to be rather … Read more
This is a little board I made in anticipation of Mr. Bdk6's toolchain for the LPC1114. BdkdevThis toolchain is amazing.  Really, if you are wanting to break away … Read more
We are listed in the program but i don't remember any discussion on the subject.  Is there a LMR table to look for? Read more
Some years ago I made this software oscilloscope and shared it on this site. Then a couple of years passed without me logging on, and in the meantime the link to … Read more
Measures my Heart activity on a FPGA chip
At Last I have been able to experiment with my  terasic Deo_Nano FPGA Development Board. It uses an Altera Cyclone IV, EP4CE22F17C6N, FPGA chip. My example above … Read more
Control every robot with a customizable app
I just finished a project I have been working on for quite a while now - a fully featured universal Bluetooth remote for Android. Most controllers I have seen on … Read more
Uses the ATMega32u4 of the Pro Micro to pass keyboard commands to a PC based on what footswitch is pressed.
I am in the process of putting together a project for another hobby of mine; music. I am a trombone player, who dabbles with many many other instruments, playing in … Read more