The ultimate physics sandbox game. A fantastic and free science teaching tool.
A stunning but trashy Geiger-counter for those wasteland excursions.
I’m trying to find the words for that problem: the one you face as a relatively competent specialist and/or expert in your particular field, where you can both design and execute (software-developer/hair-stylist/digital-fabricator/game-designer/PCB-designer/UI-UX-executioner/whatever), and a new requirement comes from a manager or client, and forces you to redo what you were working on and waste time on what you have already done. Wordy, but that problem.
Follow along as I rebuild a 1970s Bulgarian desktop calculator.
The story, the tour, the guts of the greatest calculator in the USSR.
A simple little echo terminal with Blynk. This example shows how strings can be passed around via virtual pins.
Some simple test code for running the BME280 sensor over Blynk.
Some simple NodeMCU ESP8266 exercises.
The results of the Cyberdeck Discord Community Survey are in! As they say in the classics: “Let me tell you about my mother…”
Quick and dirty guide to running a OLED on an ESP8266, NodeMCU or one of its relatives.