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This Arduino-powered rig puts you in the cockpit of an RC car

This Arduino-powered rig puts you in the cockpit of an RC car At the turn of the millennium, I fell in love with the RC car madness of Re-Volt.Now, two students have built a simulator that puts you right inside an actual RC car.

Bugs in the Bug: 100 million cars, especially VW, may be at risk for unlock hacks

Bugs in the Bug: 100 million cars, especially VW, may be at risk for unlock hacks Weaknesses in Volkswagen’s wireless security leaves 100 million cars at risk for being unlocked and started remotely, researchers say.They estimate just four shared key codes are used in 100 million Volkswagens.

Feed Your Tinkering Impulses With This $30 Arduino Starter Kit

Feed Your Tinkering Impulses With This $30 Arduino Starter Kit Lifehacker has posted more Arduino projects than Trump has tweets, and Amazon’s selling starter kits for $30 today, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen.This beginner-friendly set includes 44 components to get you started, including cool stuff like vibration and temperature sensors, a small screen, and a PDF to get you started with the basics.

This 18-year old wants you to build your own game console

This 18-year old wants you to build your own game console A game console that teaches you about programming, electronics and Arduino.A Kickstarter project called Makerbuino offers a cheap, Arduino-based 8-bit console that comes as a kit, meaning you'll have to acquaint yourself with soldering iron to make it functional.

Build Your Own 8-Bit Game Console for $35

Build Your Own 8-Bit Game Console for $35 The open-source, Arduino-powered, handheld game console is fun and portable, but also a learning experience: It ships as a DIY kit, with various electronic components for you to build and customize.Starting at $35, the box costs as much as, if not less than, a new console game—Gajšak’s way of motivating kids to “learn something new and enter the wonderful world of DIY electronics.

This $33 Arduino Starter Kit Should Satisfy Your Appetite For Tinkering

This $33 Arduino Starter Kit Should Satisfy Your Appetite For Tinkering Lifehacker has posted more Arduino projects than Trump has tweets, and you can build some yourself with this $33 starter kit, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen.This beginner-friendly set includes 38 components to get you started,with a heavy focus on RFID, but with plenty of other knickknacks like a temperature sensor, a water sensor, buttons, and more.

Looking for a fun electronics project? Here’s 12 easy Arduino-based gizmos you can build

Looking for a fun electronics project? Here’s 12 easy Arduino-based gizmos you can build AR Laser Cutter ChalKaat There are hundreds of cool Arduino projects out there, but none of them are quite as cool as this “augmented reality laser cutter,” a phrase we just like saying over and over.To be clear, you will need to use an open-source laser cutter for this project, because it needs to be compatible with your Arduino unit.