Navi Smartwatch


I built the Navi Smartwatch because i wanted to make a device that would benefit me and my life by programming many apps to it like a calculator, notes, timer/stopwatch, GPS/digital compass, a flashlight, games and a radio.

Using the Arduino with LabVIEW


Using the graphical programming environment of LabVIEW to control hardware and acquire data from an Arduino UNO; demonstrations will be presented using stepper motors, sequencing RGB lights to music, and sensing the environment by way of light, temperature and voltage. The aim is to show easy and fun programming can be, and how little hardware can do a lot!n

Success and failure, two sides of the same coin


Technology is speeding up, and makers of today already have little in common with the makers of yesterday. But one thing unites us: our passion for the new, for the untried
It is our biggest strength, as well as our most dangerous weakness. You work for months on that stunning project, and realize too late that no one really cares. Or maybe just mom
At the speed the world is going, you need to realize quickly if you are headed the right way, and build your product even faster
At BotFactory we decided to tackle part of that problem by building a rapid electronic circuit prototyper. Let me share a few tips I learned along the way.

Learning by Discovery


My book Make: Electronics encouraged readers to learn through hands-on projects that were fun and innovative. My new book, Make: More Electronics, extends this journey. It includes unique experiments with op-amps, comparators, logic chips, and sensors. The projects are entirely original and unlike those that you will find in most electronics-hobby books.


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