Who does not like flashing toys. Some time ago I created Led Staff a stick with led lights where each LED can be individually programmed using bluetooth creating unlimited number of beutiful patterns. The instruction on how to build it is as follows.
It is possible that many of you are playing card and board games esspecialy that such games have recently becoming popular again. Unfortunately, these games always have one flaw which is fac that not always we have somebody to play with. And although game among friends gives the most fun there are some interesting computer alternatives. One of most interestings are OCTGN and Vassal Engine.
Certainly while learning programming, you not once thought of creation a video game. For many, this is often the reason why they become interested in programming. There are now many framworków and libraries to help us create a fully functional games. Personally, some time ago I became interested in Libgdx.
When creating electronic designs often we use the bread board. Nevertheless, we would like that our project would took a more permanent form. In such case we may transfer our project to PCB. Best of all is that everyone can prepare such board at home.
Binary clock is a relatively popular gadget among programmers in many stores you can buy a version of alarm clocks or to wear wrist. However, nothing gives more satisfaction than create such a watch yourself. This post will show you how to build your own binary clock using Ardunio and several electronic components.
Probably not once after creating Web application you would like to put it on a remote server. Personally, I like to use for this services of openshift (httpss://www.openshift.com) in the case of the free version it allows registrations of 3 projects and supports such containers as Tomcat, Jboss or WildFly and there is no problem to hook up a database. For larger projects there is a paid version of these services. Unfortunately the service may at first seem quite complicated but in this may help present tutorial.
Did you ever needed to move real objects from your surroundings on to your computer, and I’m not talking about the pictures but a fully three-dimensional model. Possible for 3D printing. There are for this purpose special 3D scanners, but in most of theme prices starts from a few thousand, and few of us can afford them. One day I was looking for cheaper alternatives and it turned out that this can be achieved by using affordable solutions.