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Enhance your viewing experience by adding a DIY Ambilight-style system to your TV.

Enhance your viewing experience by adding a DIY Ambilight-style system to your TV.

I have always loved those old TV series with futuristic tech in those futuristic vehicles. I decided to use a raspberry pi to make my own car computer.

I have always loved those old TV series with futuristic tech in those futuristic vehicles. I decided to use a raspberry pi to make my own car computer.

motorcycle speedometers - http://www.motorcyclemaintenancetips.com/motorcyclespeedometers.php

motorcycle speedometers - http://www.motorcyclemaintenancetips.com/motorcyclespeedometers.php

Maker’s Dashboard Don’t let the limited features of your car’s dashboard get you down. Here are some projects that will help you customize your cockpit.

Maker’s Dashboard Don’t let the limited features of your car’s dashboard get you down. Here are some projects that will help you customize your cockpit.

Inground Brick and Stone Firepit

Inground Brick and Stone Firepit

How to build a bluetooth speaker — Medium

How to build a bluetooth speaker — Medium

Everything you need to know about (re)using stepper motors - from printers and scanners

Everything you need to know about (re)using stepper motors - from printers and scanners

Do you know these wonderfully cheap SSD1306 based OLED displays with the crispy display? For a while now the NodeMCU Lua firmware for the ESP8266 supports them

Do you know these wonderfully cheap SSD1306 based OLED displays with the crispy display? For a while now the NodeMCU Lua firmware for the ESP8266 supports them

DIY Your Own Home Audio and Lighting Automation with a Raspberry Pi

DIY Your Own Home Audio and Lighting Automation with a Raspberry Pi

Create Your Very Own Thermal Imaging Camera With An Arduino Nano (Video) - The Arduino Nano thermal imaging camera has been created by user Kaptein QK over on the EEVblog community forum and uses an IR temperature gun bought from eBay. | Geeky Gadgets

Create Your Very Own Thermal Imaging Camera With An Arduino Nano (Video) - The Arduino Nano thermal imaging camera has been created by user Kaptein QK over on the EEVblog community forum and uses an IR temperature gun bought from eBay. | Geeky Gadgets