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In This Issue:

Feature

Electronic Homebrew

Compared to a modern computer, you can't do a whole lot with with a 68K computer. But the knowledge that comes with it, makes...

Matt Lacey

Issue 3, September 2017

Fundamentals

Keeping it Regular

Not all power supplies are stable, or provide the right voltage. But there’s an easy way to solve this. For many makers,...

Daniel Koch

Issue 3, September 2017

Projects

MQTT Light Switch

Everything has an app to control it these days, but wiring in electrical hardware to control a mains light switch is still...

Tim Blythman

Issue 3, September 2017

Feature

Man's Best Robo-Friend

k9 replica, robot, Dr Who, Android, animation, servos, rc

Fergus Haines

Issue 3, September 2017

Secret Code

Arrays and Loops

Last month we looked at data types with variables. But what if we have a group of values that we want to store? That’s what...

Oliver Higgins

Issue 3, September 2017

Projects

This is SAM - Somewhat Autonomous Robot

Sure, a robot that cooks you dinner or can walk the dog is great, but before our robotics skills can run, they must walk (or...

Oliver Higgins

Issue 3, September 2017

The Classroom

Resistors and How We Use Them

This month in The Classroom, we’ll take a break from absolute theory and instead look at something students and makers alike...

Daniel Koch

Issue 3, September 2017

Projects

Raspberry Pi Network Video Event Recorder

Using a Raspberry Pi as an event-triggered video recorder for IP camera streams, and the Raspberry Pi camera. IP surveillance...

Rob Bell & Mike Lewis

Issue 3, September 2017

Feature

Getting Some Air

You may recognise CREATE UNSW from last month’s VIVID Installation feature. Well, they’re back - this time with some...

CREATE UNSW

Issue 3, September 2017

Going Pro

3DBRINK

It’s rare that you come across a great new Aussie-developed piece of hardware, but Stephen Brinks at 3DBRINK is an exception...

DIYODE TEAM

Issue 3, September 2017

What The Tech

How MQTT Works

The MQTT protocol (and its different versions) have a lot more features than what is mentioned here. The following is based on...

Tim Blythman

Issue 3, September 2017

Projects

Part 2: Alarmduino

Last month we set ourselves on the journey of exploring how alarms work. The project, while fully functional, lacked some...

Oliver Higgins

Issue 3, September 2017

Feature

Badge of Horror

Ingenious use of circuit board material, some clever engineering, a little PIC code, these badges are WICKED! As with many...

SIMON Ludborzs

Issue 3, September 2017

Circuit Modd

The Adventures of Circuit Modd - 003

DIYODE Magazine

Issue 3, September 2017