There are many 3D printing projects available on the web, but there is one in particular that really impressed me. The project we will discuss today allows you to print all the structural components of a spectroscope at home and then adapt the lenses and the mechanical parts (for the movement mechanisms) obtaining an instrument to use at home, perhaps connecting it to a telescope
There are many projects published on the Internet that use the Raspberry Pi boards in communication with other devices. This is to enhance these boards by exploiting their high adaptability and ease of setting up communications with different protocols. In this article you will see a recent project in which, using a simple Kindle device available at home, it is possible to create an ultraportable laptop at really cheap prices. This project was called precisely Kindleberry.
The world around us is not always visible to the human eye. Sometimes some photographers can perceive the art that is hidden from our eyes, and that’s what Justin Zoll did that he found in the crystals of the most widespread substance used by the men of the spectacular colored motifs through not the lenses of a lens , but those of a microscope.
This article is taken from a beautiful post by Eben Upton. Recently there has been a lot of discussion about some security vulnerabilities found in many processors, called Spectre and Meltdown. There are many processors that have been found to be vulnerable to these attacks, including many processors as Intel, AMD and even some ARM cores.