PlayStation manufacturer claims its updated VR technology will ‘push the boundaries of play’
Credits to mikelllc This project describes the design of a very low budget 3D Printer that is mainly built out of recycled electronic components. The result is a small format printer for less than 100$. First of all, we learn how a generic CNC system works (by assembling and calibrating bearings, guides and threads) and then teach the machine to respond to g-code instructions. After that, we add a small
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Why do some people see #TheDress as blue and black, and some as gold and white?
If you are one of the lucky ones to own a 3D Printer then this STL (STereoLithography) file template might be worth looking at as a toy model of a Toyota 4 Cylinder Engine. Completely print a fully rotating model. Working crank, pistons, and valve train. The valves open and close!!!. It may not be the most exciting engine but its the only one I had in my garage. Great
With all the power cuts recently thanks to Eskom and their “Load Shedding” I decided to re-use my old APC UPS to power something other than my computer and monitor. With the Multiplug plug hack I connected the conventional “Kettle” plug cable to an ordinary household 220v multiplug adapter. So far I was able to power my Telkom ADSL router, 8 port switch, PlayStation 3 and even a hair clipper. !!!WARNING!!!
I got hold of a used APC Back-UPS RS 800 but unfortunately did not get the data cable which gets supplied with the unit when purchased new so i decided to make my own. The problem with these units is that the data port at the back uses a RJ50 instead of a RJ45 connector and these cables are kinda hard to come by. The difference between the two is
If you have an old ATX power supply lying around the home then you will be pleased to know that you can use it for more than just powering your computer motherboard. A typical one normally outputs +12, +5 and +3.3 volts which is enough to power almost any small home electronic device around the house, for example you can charge your phone, power an LED strip, a car amplifier, car
So after years of good gaming the R2 Trigger button on my Dualshock 3 PS3 controller decided to give in. The button was no longer springing back and as a result once pressed the button would stay engaged making contact and basically making the controller useless, so I decided to open up the controller and found that the coiled up spring had broke. With no money to buy a new