Friday Fun is back and this time we go micro!
Got £10 spare and need a USB 2 to HDMI capture device? Well you are in luck.
Monitor everything on your Linux box with this great tool! It feels like I am working in a high tech 1980s control centre!
Learning to code in the 1980s wasn't too far removed from today. And here is the proof!
Light up the lives of our key workers! Here is one project that we can build using arts and crafts materials. We will look at four common boards and how we can use them in the project.
Bored and need something to do? Well here are a bunch of free tutorials taken from the pages of Linux Format magazine.
Make a Scratch game where YOU are the controller!
TinyGo, what is it and how easy is it to use? Read on my friend!
Super tiny neopixel LEDs from Aliexpress, but are they any good? I took the hit for you!
I take two CHEAP soldering irons through their paces so you don't have to! Well unless you really want to.
Make an LED blink using a Commodore 64! Yes this is 2020, and yes I am doing this for fun, with a little bit of learning too!
I'm learning to write code in BASIC on a Z80 board from Tindie
Use OBS and need fast access to change a scene, start a recording or mute a mic? Then Keybow may be just what you need!
SMS is the most available method of communication, it works across the world on every level of network. So why don't we use it to control some Neopixels connected to a Raspberry Pi? Using Node-RED and Nexmo we can do it!!
Build a working circuit with cardboard, slug tape and some light up parrots!
17 Free projects to keep the kids busy all summer long!
Hey, you! Fancy writing a web app in Python? An app that shows live data from a running Raspberry Pi? Ok..read on!
Want the latest cool gadget to show off your skills at a conference? Well here is how we make it!
Build a neopixel powered weather station and get your weather data in style!
Four more projects from the Linux Format archives. Shared with special permission from the editor.
In this blog post we build a robot for as cheap as possible!
Using a cheap micro controller and some NeoPixel LEDs we can make our own rainbow animated cinema sign!
Control the real world from a Python powered web app...oh and make all the lights flash like you are on the bridge of the USS Enterprise...but no exploding consoles!
Taking a break from tech this week and in this post we learn how to convert a tool keychain into a folding keyholder.
Six new projects covering Python, Pi, Arduino and much more!