Hackaday Podcast Episode 266: A Author’s Deck, Patching Your Battleship, And Truth-Checking The Eclipse

Earlier than Elliot Williams jumps on a prepare for Hackaday Europe, there was simply sufficient time to satisfy up nearly with Tom Nardi to debate their favourite hacks and tales from the earlier week. This episode’s matters embrace the potential advantages of getting a dual-gantry 3D printer, utilizing microcontrollers to construct bespoke observe taking devices, the thrilling world of rock tumbling, and the right care and upkeep required to maintain your World Battle II battleship in form. They’ll additionally go over some old fashioned keyboard applied sciences, DIP chip repairs, and documenting celestial occasions with your own home photo voltaic array. By the tip you’ll hear concerning the real-world challenges of placing synthetic intelligence to work, and how one can safely put high-power lithium batteries to work in your initiatives with out setting your home on hearth.

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Episode 266 Present Notes:


What’s that Sound?

  • Congratulations to [Vinyl Ecstasy] for enjoying Remaining Fantasy and for getting picked by the random numbers!

Fascinating Hacks of the Week:

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