After much trial and error, I’ve refined my simple and cost effective process for making PCBs w/ soldermask at home.
The place for most of the things that I do for fun in my free time.
It’s about time I stop soldering wires directly to lithium batteries so I salvaged a microwave transformer to make a cheap battery spot welder.
I started off my winter break by finally upgrading the Pi 3 that had been powering my website to a proper x86-64 server.
Just for fun, I wrote a simulator for the flood fill algorithm for the MicroMouse DeCal I helped teach this semester.
Just about everything you need to know about setting up a WordPress server yourself.
In a relatively straightforward build, I learned how DC current clamp meters work and ended up with a surprisingly functional device.
Some free time and a project idea provided the perfect opportunity to get my feet wet with TensorFlow and OpenCV.
Compact, Ergonomic, Functional – behold my Wireless Arduino Nunchuk 🙂
Curiosity as to the identity of a mystery accelerometer taught me about logic analyzers, the ATtiny817, and low level communication with the nRF24l01+.
Turned a leftover arc lighter kit into an even smaller version of my first one.
It’s the perfect way to transport and rejuvenate etchant while being really easy to manufacture.
What better way to light things on fire than with electricity?