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HackSpace Magazine: Issue 51

February 2022

by HackSpace Team

HackSpace Magazine: Issue 51

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Human beings come in all shapes and sizes, all abilities and disabilities. So why should we have to fit in with technology, when technology can so easily be changed to suit us? That's the key question that unites the projects in this issue. From joystick adaptations to prosthetic limbs, we take a look at the ways that open source hardware is making life better for millions of people.

- Make shiny LED jewellery;
- Explore the Inception-like properties of hexaflexagons;
- Design for pipes in FreeCAD;
- Our most ambitious make yet: building a laser cutter from scratch!

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download HackSpace Magazine: Issue 51 ebook for free in PDF format (64.2 MB).

Table of Contents

Section 1
Top Projects
Section 2
Objet 3d'art
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Assistive technology
Section 7
How I Made: Raspberry Pi Pico racetrack
Section 8
Improviser's Toolbox String bags
Section 9
In the workshop Blinkenlights
Section 10
SoM CircuitPython
Section 11
Tutorial Monitor air quality
Section 12
Tutorial Translucent PCBs
Section 13
Tutorial Raspberry Pi
Section 14
Tutorial FreeCAD
Section 15
Tutorial Jewellery
Section 16
Tutorial Pomodoro timer
Section 17
Tutorial Beyond K40
Section 18
Best of Breed
Section 19
Review SparkFun smol
Section 20
Review Troika pens

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HackSpace Magazine: Issue 51
Computer Science
Raspberry Pi Press
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64.2 MB

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