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HackSpace Magazine: Issue 46

September 2021

by HackSpace Team

HackSpace Magazine: Issue 46

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Book Description

Anyone can be a scientist, and this issue we'll show you how. Whether you're interested in space, traffic, the oceans, or something else, there's a citizen science project for you. The world has never been more connected - so let's use that connectivity to make our planet better!

- We talk to a real-like scientist about the emotional links between making and materials;
- Turn empty drinks cans and a bit of 3D printing into a heat-exchange system for a laser cutter;
- Coax random numbers from a humble ESP32 board;
- Make music with a Raspberry Pi Pico;
- Build a glorious piece of retro tech in the shape of a crystal radio.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download HackSpace Magazine: Issue 46 ebook for free in PDF format (42.2 MB).

Table of Contents

Section 1
Top Projects
Section 2
Objet 3d'art
Section 3
Meet the Maker: Matthew Read
Section 4
Columns
Section 5
Letters
Section 6
Kickstarting
Section 7
Citizen science
Section 8
How I Made: Crystal radio
Section 9
Interview: Anna Ploszajski
Section 10
Improviser's toolbox: Nails
Section 11
In the workshop: Vinyl cutting
Section 12
SoM MIDI
Section 13
Tutorial Random number
Section 14
Tutorial Retro Pie
Section 15
Tutorial FreeCAD
Section 16
Tutorial Laser cutter mod
Section 17
Tutorial Finish your projects
Section 18
Best of Breed
Section 19
Review Jay-D
Section 20
Review Pico screen
Section 21
Review Hot plate

Book Details

Title
HackSpace Magazine: Issue 46
Subject
Computer Science
Publisher
Raspberry Pi Press
Published
2021
Pages
116
Edition
1
Language
English
PDF Size
42.2 MB
License
CC BY-NC-SA

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