The degree to which computed tomography has been a boon to medical science is hard to overstate. CT scans give doctors a look ...
The concept of an outlet tester is pretty simple: plug the gadget into a suspect wall receptacle, and an array of LEDs light ...
We’ve been interested in looking at how AI can process things other than silly images. That’s why the “Free AI Bot that ...
Did you know that backyard barbecues now come with WiFi? It should be no surprise, given the pervasiveness of cloud-enabled ...
In the world of audio there are a huge variety of esoteric technologies which are rarely seen. One such is the plasma tweeter ...
Let’s be real, nobody needs a tiny motorized escalator for their desk. But now that you’ve seen it, can you really say you ...
A recent tour of an old WWII-era aircraft carrier reminded us how hard navigation was before the advent of GPS. It used to be ...
Saulius Lukse] has been working on some single board computer, seemingly, running Linux. Naturally, that boots from a microSD ...
Among all the things you could find at MCH2022, there were a few CTFs (Capture The Flag exercises) – in particular, every ...
Pyrotechnical] thought about buying a CAT scanner and found out they cost millions of dollars. So he decided to build one for ...
Wow! We knew that the Hack it Back Challenge round of the Hackaday Prize would bring out the clever repairers among you, but ...
Here on Hackaday, we routinely cover wonderful informative writeups on different areas of hardware hacking, and we even have ...