Do you suck at billiard? How about using computer-vision to improve your shots?
An open-source Arduino IDE focused on experienced programmers, but that beginners can also use.
Home-made arcade machine
Remember the classics from your youth with this home-made arcade
Silk Screen FROM dummies
My first experiences with silk-screen. I'm documenting everything I learn, so other dummies like me can also create their own tees.
An Arduino library that plays the famous catch-phrases of this Brazilian TV celebrity. Used on our hackerspace bell door
A totally fake hollywood-style bomb, used for speakers controlling time during our lightning talks
My open-source version of the hit game Doodle Jump, written in less than 100 lines of code in Processing
A cheap, open-source and collaborative device for light-painting photography
How about using your oscilloscope to displays hand-drawn images? Check this open-source software that helps you to convert an vector image into a sound wave that reproduces the original image on an oscilloscope screen
Automatically calibrating a projector image
Every wanted to have a video projector that automatically detects where the projection screen is located? Do you want to join multiple projections to create a bigger image? Want to have a moving screen being followed by the video projector? Check this circuit!
Arduino + PlayStation controller = Simon game
An open-source Arduino based Simon game, that you play with your feet on a PlayStation dance pad
My implementation of Drawdio, a simple audio synth that gererate sound with your drawings on a paper.
The original project was created by Jay Silver.
Computer screen graffiti
How about showing the world your creativity without risking some jail nights? Get your infra-red spray can and express your self using your monitor as a virtual alley-wall
My first Android game: Control a sperm at the first race of its life, and avoid dying even before you're born!
Welcome to Alex's projects