LEGO Drone Kit Capable Of Carrying A GoPro Action Camera (video)

LEGO Drone

Lego fans that enjoy building constructions using the iconic bricks might be interested in this new Lego drone kit, which is launched over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website this week.

The Lego drone kits can provide just the mechanics for you to provide the Lego bricks or can be purchased as a complete drone kit which includes all the Lego bricks and assembly instructions.

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Arduino GPS Map Navigation System

Arduino GPS

Makers, hobbyists and developers that enjoy building projects using the Arduino platform might be interested in this awesome Arduino GPS Map Navigation System which was being built by Kathy Yang.

The Arduino GPS system uses an Arduino UNO, GPS, SD card, TFT, GPS map navigation system and has been built to provide users with real-time position information via GPS which is then displayed on your desired map.

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Raspberry Pi Helmet Camera And GPS Plotter (video)

Raspberry Pi

Makers looking for a new projects to use with their Raspberry Pi mini PC might enjoy this awesome helmet camera and GPS logging and plotter system that has been created by Martin O’Hanlon.

The Helmet camera system is power by a Raspberry Pi and was specifically designed to capture Martin’s exploits while snowboarding and is capable of capturing speed, altitude and temperature, as well as record video footage.

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Ceramic 3D Printer Built For $700 Based On Delta Design (video)

Ceramic 3D Printer

Johnathan Keep has unveiled a new ceramic 3D printer he has built which cost around $700 and is capable of printing using a clay medium rather than the more traditional plastic filament, metals or plastic pellets.

The design of the ceramic 3D printer has been based on the Delta style of 3D printers currently available and has been modified using parts from a Techcon Systems dispensing gun to create the clay extruder. Watch the video after the jump to learn more and see the clay printing 3D printer in action.

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Power Your Raspberry Pi Via Ethernet With New PoE Adaptor Board

Raspberry Pi

Anyone who enjoys building electronic projects using the awesome Raspberry Pi single board mini PC. Might be interested to know that this week Silvertel the UK-based manufacturer has released a circuit and PCB layout for a new 5V PoE adapter board.

The 5V PoE adapter board enables you to power your Raspberry Pi over Ethernet and the documents provide you with a list of all the components you will require to purchase to construct your PoE splitter board.

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RasPiO Portsplus 2 Port ID Board For The Raspberry Pi Model B+

Raspberry Pi

Hobbyists, makers and developers looking for Port iD board to make using the Raspberry Pi Model B+ single board mini PC even more enjoyable might be interested in the new device launched this week called the RasPiO Portsplus 2.

The RasPiO Portsplus 2 has been designed for the new Raspberry Pi B+ and provides handy labelling for the ports removing the need for youth count the pins every time you would like to make a connection.

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3D Printed Oculus Rift Style DIY Virtual Reality Headset (video)

Virtual Reality headset

If you have a 3D printer and fancy creating your very own Oculus Rift style 3D printed virtual reality headset you might be interested in a new tutorial which has been created by the team at Adafruit.

The design of the DIY virtual reality headset is similar to that of the VR2GO mobile viewer and is made up of a number of components including a 5.6″ Display, 9-DOF IMU Breakout board and a Arduino Micro board. Check out the video after the jump to learn more.

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The TI-Pi An Awesome Raspberry Pi Powered TI-99/4A (video)

Raspberry Pi

Makers and developers that enjoy building projects using the awesome Raspberry Pi single board minicomputer, are sure to enjoy this new creation which has used the Raspberry Pi to power a TI-99/4A which has now been aptly named the TI-Pi.

The Texas Instruments TI-99/4A was one of the first home computers and was released way back in 1981 and was the predecessor to the popular Commodore 64.

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TeeBotMax Folding 3D Printer Build Instructions Now Available Online (video)

Folding 3D Printer

Makers and hobbyists that would like to build their very own portable folding 3D printer might be interested to know, open source design files and instructions for the foldable TeeBotMax 3D printer have now been published online and are available to all.

Emmanuel Adetutu, designer and developer of open source TeeBot 3D printer has this week released his designs for an improved version of the printer in the form of the folding TeeBotMax.

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PopPet Arduino Open Hardware DIY Robot Kit (video)

Arduino

Makers and hobbyists that enjoy building Arduino projects, might be interested in this new open hardware and DIY robot kit called PopPet, which can be programmed using the Arduino platform.

The PopPet has been created by Jaidyn Edwards and currently has three days left of its Kickstarter crowd funding campaign to run, looking to raise $8,000. Watch the video after the jump to see the Arduino robot in action and learn more.

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Raspberry Pi Honeypot Network Security Device Created By Arizona Student

Raspberry Pi

University of Arizona student Nathan Yee has created a network Honeypot device using a Raspberry Pi which can be used to keep your networks secure from intruders enabling you to see when an unwanted guest has arrived.

A Honeypot device is a trap set to detect, deflect, or, in some manner, counteract attempts at unauthorised access to networks and pretends to be a system on the network but is actually isolated and monitored and is actually bait to entice a would be hacker to the honeypot device.

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